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The tiniest battleground that could save or sink Donald Trump

DURHAM, N.H. – Around the field house, past the football stadium, beyond the tennis courts and onto a dusty dirt road stood 19-year-old Richelle Barone, ambling in a snaking, slow-crawling line on a chilly autumn afternoon with two college friends to see Hillary Clinton campaign with Bernie Sanders. The University of New Hampshire sophomore marked her ballot for the Vermont senator during the February primary – "For sure, I love him" she gushes.
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