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During this national presidential election cycle, one issue in particular attracted widespread attention during the New Hampshire primaries: heroin addiction. This sensitive subject reflects an epidemic of opioid drug problems impacting voters in the Granite State. Although the topic may not have received as much attention from politicians recently, it represents a lingering concern on the part of many voters, especially in the hard-hit New England region.   Top Recent Campaign Issues   Unless you know of a loved one who might benefit from attending a substance abuse treatment facility, those outside of New England may not have considered heroin addiction a serious national concern during the 2016 presidential race. Recent surveys indicate that the top five issues researched by voters online this year relate to political subjects widely covered by the national media, such as immigration and gun control.   Yet in New England, and especially within New Hampshire, heroin addiction emerged as a serious concern for large numbers of voters during the primary campaigns. Indeed, this issue has been dominating many local election forums in the Granite State. Authorities report a significant increase in the number of drug related fatalities in New Hampshire. An estimated one death per day from drug related causes has impacted the State in a significant way. In New Hampshire, drug addiction and substance abuse remain key issues.   Heroin Addiction Within New Hampshire   Many in New Hampshire would benefit from attending a…