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Bloomberg turns heads with write-in win in New Hampshire hamlet

Reuters Tuesday, 11 February 2020 ()
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's shadow over the Democratic presidential race grew a bit longer on Tuesday after his surprise write-in win in a hamlet that traditionally kicks off voting in New Hampshire's closely watched primary election.
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