Sweet: Sugar the bomb sniffing dog. Photos from the New Hampshire field.

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Sugar meets Sweet. Sugar is a three-year-old black lab who has been in the bomb-sniffing work her entire life. The traveling press corps for the past two days had their gear “swept,” or checked out by dogs at the start of the day. (Photo by Lynn Sweet)


The line outside the Nashua North High School Saturday morning, waiting for the doors to open for an Obama rally (photo by Lynn Sweet)


Inside the Nashua North gym near 10 a.m. (Photo by Lynn Sweet)


Inside the Nashua North gym near 10:20 a.m. (time lapse photography by Lynn Sweet)


Sugar, the bomb sniffing dog with journalists. (photo by Lynn Sweet)


The Obama traveling press corps at a filing center on Friday (photo by Lynn Sweet)

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