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Judd Gregg

Crowded White House field faces next test as New Hampshire votes

The presidential hopefuls made their final pleas for votes in the New Hampshire primary, where expected strong turnout may do little to winnow a crowded Republican field led by billionaire businessman Donald Trump.

Trump stopped short of predicting victory, after seeing his weeks-long polling lead in Iowa last week evaporate and falling to second place there.

"I just want to do well. I want to win, even if it's by one vote," Trump told Fox News in Manchester. "We do the best we can. We put out the message."

One of Trump's main rivals, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, was dogged by protesters dressed as robots while visiting polling sites, an apparent...