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Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren campaigns in New Hampshire

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Manchester (New Hampshire, USA), Feb 8 (EFE / EPA) .- The Democratic candidates are in New Hampshire, with Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg in front, where the second stop will be held of the electoral contest.(CAMERA: CJ Gunther)

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