January 9th, 2012
12:15 AM ET

Rivals turn up heat on Romney as N.H. primary closes in

With one day to go until the New Hampshire primary, Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney is facing attacks from all sides.

Romney, who is making his second bid for the GOP nomination, kicks off a full day of campaigning Monday by speaking at a Chamber of Commerce breakfast in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Romney has what amounts to home-field advantage as polls indicate the former governor of neighboring Massachusetts holds a large lead over the rest of the Republican White House hopefuls.

But being front-runner invites attacks from opponents, and it was anything but an easy Sunday morning for Romney, as he had the bulls eye on his back at an NBC/Meet the Press debate in Concord, New Hampshire.


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