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11:30 PM ET, January 6, 2008

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CNN:
Poll: Obama jumps ahead of Clinton in New Hampshire  —  MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CNN) — With two days to go until the New Hampshire primary, a new CNN/WMUR poll out Sunday afternoon suggests that Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois has opened up a double digit advantage over New York …
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USA Today:
Obama up by 13 points, McCain up by 4 in USAT/Gallup Poll in N.H.  —  Sen. Barack Obama has opened up a 13 percentage point lead over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in the battle for votes in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, according to a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll conducted in the state from Friday through this afternoon.
The Politico:
Hillary advisers fear N.H. loss  —  MANCHESTER, N.H. — Sen. Hillary Clinton's strategists, desperate for a win in New Hampshire, have decided against unleashing attack ads against Sen. Barack Obama before Tuesday's primary, Democratic sources said.  —  The senator's aides concluded …
Dean Barnett / Weekly Standard:
Is There Something Happening Here?  —  Something rather odd is happening in New Hampshire, and for once it has nothing to do with my Nashua based in-laws.  While bearing in mind that what follows may be a Romney guy struggling to keep hope alive...  Rasmussen's polls show the race tightening.
Discussion: Hot Air
WMUR:
Barack Moves Into Lead; McCain Holds Onto Top Spot  —  Tracking Poll Shows Movement In Democratic Race  —  MANCHESTER, N.H. — The latest WMUR/CNN tracking poll shows that Barack Obama has moved into a significant lead over his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton.
USA Today:
Poll: Obama, McCain leap ahead in N.H.
Hugh Hewitt / Townhall.com:
Romney's Weekend  —  Mitt Romney had an excellent exchange …
Discussion: Oliver Willis and The Corner
Paul Steinhauser / CNN:
Poll: Obama surges past Clinton in N.H.
Mark Blumenthal / Pollster.com:
POLL OF POLLSTERS: RATING THE NH POLLSTERS
Discussion: race42008.com
Kate Gibson / MarketWatch:
Polls: Obama, McCain hold edge in New Hampshire
Discussion: Democratic Strategist
Michelle Malkin:
Sunday night roundtable: The Fox News/GOP debate  —  9:35pm Eastern.  Wow.  Frank Luntz's focus group was just asked about Romney.  Only a few raised their hands to say they supported him before the debate.  Almost all raised their hands to say they were supporting him afterward.  Look:
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The Big Trunk / Power Line:
SCORING TONIGHT'S GOP CANDIDATES' FORUM  —  I'd like to score this discussion like a prize fight, by round.  Here we go.  First round: … I score this round on taxes as a tie between Giuliani and Romney.  Third round: Moderator Chris Wallace turns the subject to Social Security:
The Corner:
Huck & McCain  —  Huckabee, after three ducks, now suggests that he raised taxes because of a court order.  Now, all those taxes weren't raised because of a court order.  —  This is important because we are now hearing how tax cuts are not a big issue anymore, yet Huckabee and McCain clearly …
Discussion: Say Anything
Monday Morning Clacker / GreenMountainPolitics1:
Bad Romney Staffer!  Bad!  Bad!  Bad!  —  Absolutely hilarious.  —  GMP1 thinks that the girl in the video is a Romney staffer.  —  Anyway, what Romney staffer (or volunteer or supporter) pulls a stunt like this in front of at least two video cameras (the one recording the footage …
CNN:
Edwards vows to stay in race to convention  —  WASHINGTON (CNN) — Democrat John Edwards said Sunday he will stay in the presidential race through the party's convention in late August, even if he fails to win any of the early presidential primary states.  —  “This is the call of my life …
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ABCNEWS:
Obama Exclusive: Barack Sits Down for First Interview Since Iowa Win  —  Diane Sawyer Talks With the Presidential Hopeful About Debate Performance and More  —  After pulling off a victory in Iowa, and with only two days before the New Hampshire primary, presidential hopeful Barack Obama, D-Ill., is on fire.
Washington Wire:
ClintonÂ's Message on Change Goes Unchanged
Discussion: Open Left
Mary Katharine Ham / TownHall Blog:
Winners and Losers: Rank 'Em Up  —  1. Mitt: He was a stronger, more real version of Mitt tonight.  I truly enjoyed it, and I haven't thought he's won a debate since the very first Republican debate.  I think he probably did himself a lot of good in New Hampshire tonight, and the Luntz focus group shows it.
Discussion: Hot Air and Sister Toldjah
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Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
GOP DEBATE WRAP-UP  —  First, I think you have to say that tonight's Republican debate didn't hold a candle to yesterday's in terms of entertainment firepower.  That said, all jokes aside, Mitt Romney did much, much better than he did last night.  It didn't take much of course.
Discussion: Matthew Yglesias and The Corner
Kevin Drum / Washington Monthly:
THE PACK....Ezra Klein watches pack journalism at work, 2008 style, and it's not pretty.  Nickel version: If some other reporter says Hillary Clinton melted down because she displayed a flash of emotion in last night's debate, then she melted down.  After all, who are you going to believe, the spin room or your own lyin' eyes?
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Robin Koerner / The Moderate Voice:
Obama Lifts Lid on Latent Global Pro-Americanism  —  A list of the most recent headlines posted by the global news aggregator, Watching America, shows that the Obama phenomenon is sending ripples far and fast.  There's enough global output that WA is continuing its multiple Obama feature with new content into the new week.
Discussion: Watching America
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Back to Iraq  —  In Nashua, Hillary skates on the edge of Iraq revisionism: … Now, that's probably true in the literal, alternate history sense: As president, she wouldn't have taken the U.S. into war.  But it also revives a conversation that had flagged, about her initial vote for the use of force.
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Alessandra Stanley / New York Times:
He Came, and He Saw, but Did He Moderate?  —  The first debates after the Iowa caucuses were a crucible for the candidates, but they were also a test of the Gibson Doctrine.  ABC's anchor, Charles Gibson, began the evening with a policy statement: “The less of a moderator, the better.”
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Jonathan Martin / Jonathan Martin's Blogs:
Despite his tough talk tonight, McCain has raised much cash from pharmaceuticals
 
 
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The Corner:
GOP tonight  —  Fred was great.  He's like Perry Como.
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Discussion: Suburban Guerrilla
Henry Olsen / Wall Street Journal:
The GOP's Time for Choosing  —  Mike Huckabee's stunning victory …
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Andrew Sullivan / The Daily Dish:
A Liberal Reagan?  —  That's the possibility I raise in my Sunday Times column today.
Ben Smith / The Politico:
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