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NH Agrees to Hold 2012 Election in 2012

New Hampshire sets primary for Jan. 10, instead of December
By John Johnson,  Newser Staff
Posted Nov 2, 2011 3:22 PM CDT
NH Agrees to Hold 2012 Election in 2012
New Hampshire residents vote in 2008.   (Getty Images)

(Newser) – Good news: The early-voting states have finally stopped fighting over who gets to sit in the front. New Hampshire today set its primary for Jan. 10, after threatening at one point to move it into December of this year in a feud with Nevada. This means the early GOP calendar is now set, notes Politico:

  • Jan 3: Iowa caucuses
  • Jan 10: New Hampshire primary
  • Jan. 21: South Carolina primary
  • Jan. 31: Florida primary
  • Feb. 4: Nevada caucuses
(Read more New Hampshire stories.)

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