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Topic - Steve Duprey
An anti-gambling coalition renewed its efforts Monday to block New Hampshire lawmakers from legalizing a casino.
A day after the first big debate of their presidential nominating campaign, Republicans sounded more enthusiastic about their field than before, but some say the big winner was one potential candidate who was not on the stage: Rick Perry.
With no clear front-runner in the Republican field, New Hampshire's first debate of the primary campaign season on Monday will provide a platform for all of the candidates to introduce — in some cases reintroduce — themselves to voters and to begin to lay out the reasons why they are a cut above the rest of the pack.
"He's sort of a victim of his own success," said Steve Duprey, a New Hampshire Republican National committeeman, in Fox News. "He was considered this hotshot rising star. Then a couple of issues like immigration haven't gone very far, so some people think his stock is falling."
Steve Duprey, a Republican National Committee member from New Hampshire who served as an adviser to Mr. McCain in 2008, said that Mr. Romney appears to have learned from his 2008 defeat and is sending a strong message about his campaign's focus by opening it up in New Hampshire.