MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Ahead of Tuesday's primary, opinion polls make the Republican race a close one in New Hampshire between John McCain and Mitt Romney.
Mindful of the polls, Romney won't predict victory in a state where he had led in surveys for months. However, McCain isn't nearly as reluctant, saying, "We're not gonna lose here."
GOP presidential hopefuls have been hop-scotching their way to several events on a final full day of campaigning.
Striking a populist and conservative tone, Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor, flipped pancakes at one stop in a state known for its maple syrup.
Rudy Giuliani began his day greeting patrons at a Nashua diner, then went to a jewelry store, restaurant and City Hall. He has said he's confident he'll do well in future primaries and isn't worried about how he'll place in New Hampshire.
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