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PHOTO: New Hampshire primary at 100

From left: Sybil Dupuis, House Speaker Terie Norelli, Gov. Maggie Hassan and David Berry cut a New Hampshire-shaped cake at the "New Hampshire Presidential Primary 100th Anniversary" celebration in the State House in Concord; Tuesday, May 21, 2013. Dupuis is the great-granddaughter of Stephen Bullock, author and sponsor of House Bill 430, which created New Hampshire's first official presidential primary. "This is one of the biggest honors of my life," Dupuis, who resides in Wells, Maine, said about being asked to speak at the celebration. 

(TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

From left: Sybil Dupuis, House Speaker Terie Norelli, Gov. Maggie Hassan and David Berry cut a New Hampshire-shaped cake at the "New Hampshire Presidential Primary 100th Anniversary" celebration in the State House in Concord; Tuesday, May 21, 2013. Dupuis is the great-granddaughter of Stephen Bullock, author and sponsor of House Bill 430, which created New Hampshire's first official presidential primary. "This is one of the biggest honors of my life," Dupuis, who resides in Wells, Maine, said about being asked to speak at the celebration. (TAEHOON KIM / Monitor staff)

From left: Sybil Dupuis, House Speaker Terie Norelli, Gov. Margaret Hassan and David Berry cut a New Hampshire-shaped cake at the “New Hampshire Presidential Primary 100th Anniversary” celebration in the Executive Council Chambers at the State House in Concord on Tuesday, May 21, 2013. Dupuis is the great-granddaughter of Stephen Bullock, author and sponsor of House Bill 430, which passed on May 21, 1913. The bill created New Hampshire’s first official presidential primary, held in 1916. “This is one of the biggest honors of my life,” Dupuis, who resides in Wells, Maine, said about speaking at the celebration.

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