Tonight MSNBC will host the first Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina. Nearly every Democratic campaign in New Hampshire will hold watch parties inside their state headquarters.
In addition to that the campaign staffs of Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, and Barack Obama will be holding separate "watch parties" in different parts of the state.
Chris Dodd's campaign will have one watch party from their Manchester headquarters, but the national campaign is going to try something unique. Instead of just issuing rapid response press releases they are going to have a live webcam where various campaign staff will rebut their rivals in real time.
They have also reached out to a progressive New Hampshire blog, Blue Hampshire, where members are encouraged to ask the campaign questions during the debate that might be answered on the live feed from the Dodd rapid response team.