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Secretary of State William Gardner says his office is ready for Wednesday's re-count of New Hampshire's Democratic presidential primary.
Democrat Dennis Kucinich has paid $27,000 to Gardner's office to start the re-count.
Kucinich, who received less than 2 percent of the vote, says he is suspicious of the results, although he doesn't expect a re-count to change his vote count much.
Republican Albert Howard of Michigan also has asked for a re-count but has not paid for it yet.
Gardner says he will get started with the Democratic re-count and if Howard comes up with the money later, he will consider the request then.