Bill Richardson, July 5, 2007, in Marlow, New Hampshire, became the first presidential contender to visit the samll New Hampshire town, population just under 800. (Lesley Clark/MCT)
Bill Richardson, July 5, 2007, in Marlow, New Hampshire, became the first presidential contender to visit the samll New Hampshire town, population just under 800. (Lesley Clark/MCT) MCT
Bill Richardson, July 5, 2007, in Marlow, New Hampshire, became the first presidential contender to visit the samll New Hampshire town, population just under 800. (Lesley Clark/MCT) MCT

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