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Who Loves A Parade?

Between the patriotic processions and the just-folks grilling, Independence Day is the perfect time for presidential campaigning.

Both sides of the field took to picturesque Main Streets from Iowa to New Hampshire to march, wave, and of course kiss babies. Here's what it looked like:

  1. Chris Christie
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    Chris Christie

    The New Jersey governor's big crowd of supporters sported tall signs in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.

  2. Marco Rubio
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    Marco Rubio

    Rested and well-fed after a sleepover summit with Christie at the $10 million lakeside home of the Republican Party's 2012 presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, the Florida Rubio greeted 2-year-old William Osgood and his dad, Tim, in Wolfeboro.

  3. Bobby Jindal
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    Bobby Jindal

    The Louisiana governor got a high five during a parade in Urbandale, Iowa.

  4. Hillary Clinton
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    Hillary Clinton

    The former secretary of state flexed with Miss Teen New Hampshire and Miss New Hampshire during a parade in Gorham, New Hampshire.

  5. Rick Perry
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    Rick Perry

    Marching in Amherst, New Hampshire, the former Texas governor got handed a flower.

  6. Jeb Bush
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    Jeb Bush

    Like Perry, the former Florida governor hit Amherst, with his logo on full display.

  7. Lincoln Chafee
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    Lincoln Chafee

    Rhode Island's one-time governor and senator, who's seeking the Democratic nomination, Chafee also headed to Amherst, where he later ran into Bush. The two men had lived in the same house in high school at Phillips Academy.