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The Trail: 2012 Presidential News from the Field

QUICK TAKE: Huntsman: Three Tickets Out of N.H.

January 10, 2012

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman said that his campaign will continue on to South Carolina, even as early poll results showed him coming in third place in New Hampshire, telling CNN that “there are at least three tickets out of New Hampshire.”

Huntsman, who has bet his entire campaign thus far on New Hampshire, was considered a potential second-place finisher in the Granite State on Tuesday night, although he has insisted for months that he would carry on to South Carolina as long as the campaign was able to “beat market expectations.”

Huntsman reinforced that in comments to CNN, saying that despite a likely third-place finish, “where we stand right now is a solid, comfortable, confident position and we go south from here.”

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