GOP presidential frontrunners Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney have been stumping hard in New Hampshire in advance of the primary, desperately trying to highlight their differences.
Romney is blasting Giuliani's record as mayor of New York City and claims he backs unlimited government spending. Giuliani, capitalizing on his renown in the aftermath of the 9/11 disaster, repeatedly returns to the need to combat terrorism.
So far, voters seem to be noticing more differences in style than substance. Giuliani tends to be blunt, while Romney is "practiced," says the New York Times. One GOP voter characterized Romney as polite. "I find Rudy to be the street tough [with] that New York temperament, knock-off-the-kneecaps if I want to get on that bus," she said.