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Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Confused by Iowa and unsure about who is electable, some New Hampshire Democratic voters are pouring water on the first-in-the-nation primary. 

With uncertainty clouding the outcome of the Iowa Caucus, and with so many different candidates still in the race—some of whom are here and some not -- many New Hampshire Democrats are questioning whether there will be a clear answer about the party’s future direction even after Tuesday’s primary.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Gay bar owners hoping for security and respect in new America

Ever since the former mayor of the South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg announced his candidacy for president a little more […]

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

As the parties grow apart, their economic outlook does, too

An October survey by the University of New Hampshire found that 86% of Republicans in New Hampshire expected good times for local businesses over the next year, but only 36% of Democrats did.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Courting the Youth Vote, But Will They Turn Out?

The New Hampshire Youth Movement’s platform advocates for the Green New Deal, Medicare for All, and free college for all.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Physicians’ donations shift to Democrats, biotech money supports GOP in the primaries

A Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) survey shows 85% of Americans are in favor of the government doing more to help provide health insurance.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Thriving while Sober in A Drug Crippled Industry

New Hampshire is in the midst of an addiction crisis that is now a front-and-center issue in the Democratic primary here.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Democratic Primary Boosts Business for Manchester and Nashua Establishments

Every four years, when the primary campaigns come to New Hampshire, that economic activity spikes even more.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Trade Wars and Tariffs Matter in New Hampshire

According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the ongoing trade war has threatened $415M in state exports to China and Europe with a potential impact on 183,900 New Hampshire jobs tied to international trade. 

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

The Uber Primary

Inside Karthik’s red minivan, summoned via app, that all could have been a world away. He kept the temperature at a solid 75, which he said was appreciated by fares in this weather, even for short trips.

Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020

Are Sanders’ New Hampshire Supporters “Bernie Bros”?

In 2016 Sanders struggled to match Hillary’s support in nonwhite communities. But this time around, Sanders’ movement is much more diverse, both racially and in terms of other metrics like gender and education level.