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July 16, 2015: A Busy Day for N.H. Primary Politics

Five presidential candidates were scheduled to be in the state on Thursday.

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Scott Walker stopped by Joey's Diner in Amherst, New Hampshire, on Thursday.
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Scott Walker posted this photo of his stop at Joey's Diner in Amherst, New Hampshire, on Twitter.
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There was a long line outside Joey's Diner in Amherst, New Hampshire, on Thursday waiting to see Scott Walker.
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Joey's Diner in Amherst, New Hampshire, has seen a number of presidential candidates this season. Scott Walker was the latest on Thursday.
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Joey's Diner in Amherst, New Hampshire, is a popular spot for presidential candidates.
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Hillary Clinton speaks in Dover, New Hampshire, on Thursday.
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As of noon, there was no line yet for Hillary Clinton's 2 p.m. Town Hall in Dover, New Hampshire, but her supporters were out in full force.
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A police K-9 sweeps the perimeter of Dover City Hall before Thursday's Hillary Clinton event.
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Long lines in Dover to see Hillary Clinton at her first town hall style event.
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Lindsey Graham posted this photo of his visit to Macy Industries in Hooksett, New Hampshire, on Thursday on Instagram.
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Donald Trump arrives in Laconia, New Hampshire. He was one of five 2016 presidential contenders in the state on July 16.
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The @PrezSelfieGirls are on a mission to take selfies with every presidential candidate. They caught up with Donald Trump on Thursday in Laconia.
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Chris Christie spoke in Franklin, New Hampshire, on Thursday.
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