State Representative Kathy Hoelzel gives Jeb Bush two thumbs up after he spoke at a senior center in Raymond, N.H. Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich are all staking their presidential candidacies on personal campaigning in New Hampshire — an idea that seems increasingly quaint in the social media age.
State Representative Kathy Hoelzel gives Jeb Bush two thumbs up after he spoke at a senior center in Raymond, N.H. Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich are all staking their presidential candidacies on personal campaigning in New Hampshire — an idea that seems increasingly quaint in the social media age. Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist The New York Times
State Representative Kathy Hoelzel gives Jeb Bush two thumbs up after he spoke at a senior center in Raymond, N.H. Bush, Chris Christie and John Kasich are all staking their presidential candidacies on personal campaigning in New Hampshire — an idea that seems increasingly quaint in the social media age. Ian Thomas Jansen-Lonnquist The New York Times

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