The first primary in the nation for the Republican presidential campaign is under way in New Hampshire, where former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has been the frontrunner.
The primary follows the Iowa caucus, the first formal statewide poll in the nation for the Republican nomination.
over former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum, with Ron Paul in third place.
The BBC is reporting that former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman is competing for second place in New Hampshire’s primary with Ron Paul. The Republican nomination will be in August.
Baltimore County Republican Central Committee Chairman Steve Kolbe is personally behind Romney. Kolbe was in New Hampshire last week for business and found Romney supporters wherever he went.
"Hopefully, we'll see all of team Romney's hard work up there result in a resounding victory tonight in the granite state," he wrote in an email to Patch.
The central committee is not endorsing candidates at this time, but Kolbe said they are united behind unseating the current Democratic leadership.
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