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Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) - Every morning at 7:30 am this group of New Hampshire political junkies has breakfast at Chez Vouchon. The conversations are always loud and lively, but Tuesday the finger pointing and laughter suffused the diner.
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All four are registered as independents.
Ray Scott, a salesman, said he was still unsure of his choice even as voting had already started.
"Money is the big factor so it's hard to decide," he said. "I want to beat Obama. Four and out!" He said his motto is the same as the state's "live free or die" and Obama doesn't seem to agree.
But he said "none of these candidates have struck a chord. I want to see fire in the belly."
Ray, with his Santa Claus whiskers, got so fired up about the lack of good choices that his beard shook when he talked about it.
Buck Mercier, voted for Huntsman. He's a hunter and a fisherman who said he believes in the right to own a gun. "Anyone against guns doesn't get my vote," he said.
His friend Kurt Schelzel used to be a pipe fitter. He was a union guy, but he's strayed from the Democratic party his union supports. He said he may vote for either Tuesday.
"I don't know. I got 3 candidates. Ron Paul. Perry. Santorum. Not Romney," Kurt Schelzel said.