New Hampshire Primary: What Women Are Saying Today

5 years ago

As New Hampshire voters head to the polls in the first Republican primary of the 2012 Election, BlogHer is keeping an eye to what women in social media are saying, and will also be tweeting results. Check out what the politics bloggers in the BlogHer Publishing Network are saying, too! (Note: The story stream may take a moment to load.)

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Jan. 10, 2012 - Sanbornton, New Hampshire, U.S. - Sanbornton ballot clerk CRISS MCGEE looks up a voter as New Hampshire residents head to the polls to cast their ballot in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary. (Credit Image: © Alexander Cohn/Concord Monitor/

Jan. 10, 2012 - Penacook, New Hampshire, U.S - Ashley Constant, 5, Penacook, peeks out of the voting booth while her mother Denise Constant votes. Local citizens vote at the Immaculate Conception Parish polling place in Ward 1, near Concord, in the Village of Penacook, NH. on the day of the New Hampshire Primary. .20120110 Mary F. Calvert/Contract Photographer (Credit Image: © Mary F. Calvert/

Jan. 7, 2012 - Derry, New Hampshire, U.S. - Republican presidential frontrunner MITT ROMNEY greets supporters at a rally at Pinkerton Academy where he cautioned supporters against over confidence before Tuesday's primary. 'Don't get too confident with those polls,' he said at a breakfast rally in a gym at Pinkerton Academy. 'I've watched polls come and go. Things change. it's very fluid.' (Credit Image: © Mary F. Calvert/

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