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Jan072012

Romney Asks for a More Decisive Win in New Hampshire

ABC News(DERRY, N.H.) -- In an early morning rally just outside Manchester, Mitt Romney asked New Hampshire voters to deliver him a greater margin of victory than Iowans did, receiving an enthusiastic response from a crowd of hundreds that filled a school's gymnasium.

"Fresh from that landslide in Iowa, maybe can we double that number?" Romney asked the crowd, who cheered in response. "You know instead of an 8 point margin maybe 16? I sure hope so I wanna win."

Joining Romney on stage was South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, who Romney has campaigned with over the past few days in the south.

Haley urged the crowd to send Romney to the South Carolina primary with a victory.

"Get excited New Hampshire because this is what I need, we don't just need a win in New Hampshire, we need a landslide in New Hampshire," said Haley. "Let me tell you why we need the landslide, because guess where he’s going next? He's going to South Carolina."

"Mitt Romney's going to win South Carolina, by the way," she said. "But let’s make it a little bit easier for him and let’s get out and go tell ten people to get out."

Romney was joined by his wife Ann and his eldest son Tagg as well as several of his grandchildren. He spent more than 20 minutes shaking hands and signing autographs to supporters, handed more than once the latest issue of Time Magazine, which bears his photograph and the headline, "So you like me now?"

In December the magazine published an issue with Romney's image and the headline, "Why don't they like me?"

Signing the glossies, Romney quipped, "They got it right this time!"

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