EXETER, N.H. (CBS/AP) — The latest Republican entry into the race for the 2012 presidential nomination he’s going to appropriate New Hampshire’s famous motto “Life Free or Die” for his own.
During an appearance in Exeter, former Utah Gov. John Huntsman told the crowd the appropriate he and his family thought an appropriate motto for his campaign would be similar to the motto displayed on many New Hampshire license plates.
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The 51-year-old former governor and former ambassador to China flew in to New Hampshire, the site of the nation’s first presidential primary.
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He had just given a speech in New Jersey that was repeated almost verbatim for New Hampshire audiences.
He heads next to Florida.
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