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US Voters' Views 2008: New Hampshire

In the run-up to the US presidential elections we are asking a panel of BBC News website users to share their opinions and views.

The state of New Hampshire prides itself on always being the first to the vote in the US primaries. The state's choice is an indicator of the country's mood and voting intentions. As New Hampshire's results came in, we asked six residents to give us their reactions.

Lance Klass
Lance Klass

Tristen Hall
Tristen Hall

Stephen Parker
Stephen Parker
Joyce Brothers
Joyce Brothers

Charles Grant
Charles Grant

Jerry Amos
Jerry Amos

We also want to hear what you think, so send us your comments using the form after each person's views.

The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider US public opinion.

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