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Watch candidates duke it out before New Hampshire

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  • Six Republicans, four Democrats spar over immigration, terrorism, records
  • Candidates hugged, mingled among each other between their respective debates
  • It was last scheduled debate for Tuesday's primary in New Hampshire
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(CNN) -- Six Republicans and four Democrats sparred over immigration, terrorism and each other's records during a double-feature debate in New Hampshire on Saturday, just three days before the Granite State holds the nation's first primary.

It was the last forum in which candidates from each party were able to tussle over the issues on a national stage before New Hampshire voters choose their favorites.


The debates were held at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, and the GOP and Democratic candidates mingled briefly, hugged and shook hands between their respective debates.

Watch video clips of the animated debates among candidates, including one in which Republicans John McCain and Mitt Romney tussle over immigration. Video Watch McCain and Romney go at it » E-mail to a friend E-mail to a friend

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