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Can Klobuchar reach black voters?

By Mallory Payne CHARLESTON, S.C. — Sen. Amy Klobuchar spent several days in South Carolina trying to woo black voters in the days before the state’s first-in-the-South Democratic presidential primary. At a CNN town...

Listening to the voters

By Faith Boehm American University student Faith Boehm interviewed voters in Manchester and Concord, New Hampshire, before the state’s first-in-the-nation primary. Here’s what she found: Jerry Paulson, 60, has driven to...

The drive for diversity

By R. Fraser CONCORD, N.H. — Politics in New Hampshire is a core part of the state’s identity. Those politics are what has led to New Hampshire holding tight to its First In The Nation Primary status. However, as a...

Can a woman be elected?

By Colleen Wachenfeld MANCHESTER, N.H. — The question of electability has plagued the female candidates in the 2020 election, but in New Hampshire, the three remaining women in the race are facing voters with a historic...

New Hampshire boasts women breaking barriers

By Christian Peña MANCHESTER, N.H. — Donna Soucy, New Hampshire Senate president, is among the many women who are breaking barriers in state politics. Soucy is a Democratic family, once serving with her father and...

Steyer stresses diversity, economy issues

By Sarah Duval MANCHESTER, N.H. — Tom Steyer is by no means a front runner. With his national polling at 2.2 percent and a 7th place finish in Iowa, Steyer is lingering behind the pack. Despite this, the enthusiasm for...

Biden rally prompts tears, memories

By Carter Allen, Alexa Barnes, Robbie Heilberg, Joshua Ludden, Sophia Solano NASHUA, N.H. — Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden’s Get-Out-The-Vote rally Sunday afternoon highlighted his despair several times...

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