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Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) - Tasha Gordon and Jason Segedy are both supporters of Ron Paul - even though they believe his solutions are out of the mainstream. They consider themselves independent voters.
"I think we need an extreme position because I feel like we lose our constitutional rights every day," said Jason.
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Tasha likes that he takes social issues out of the debate by pushing government out of people's lives. She is turned off by how the other candidates focus on stopping abortion and gay rights, which she sees as personal issues.
They are turned off by President Barack Obama's healthcare proposals because they say "when you earn $12,000 each you don't want to hear someone telling you to buy things you can't afford." Tasha is a hair dresser and Jason is studying with the help of the GI Bill.
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