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Herman Cain to Attend Debate in New Hampshire

Presidential candidate Herman Cain will be participating in a New Hampshire debate hosted by CNN, WMUR and the New Hampshire Union Leader. The debate is schedule for 8pm to 10pm on June 13th at Saint Anselm College in Manchester. The event will be broadcast on WMUR in New Hampshire and nation wide on CNN.

“I look forward to sharing my ‘common sense solutions for America’ and my record of real results with the people of New Hampshire and those watching at home,” Cain said. “I am especially excited about the ‘town hall’ format that will allow for me to speak directly with the people of New Hampshire about their concerns facing this country and my vision for getting America back on the right track.”

Mr. Cain is largely thought to have won the first Republican presidential debate held in South Carolina in early May.

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