MANCHESTER, N.H. -- The top three Democratic presidential candidates are opening offices in New Hampshire and adding staff and interns.
The Globe has learned the first wave of 65 college interns for the Barack Obama campaign has arrived in the state where they will be in one of five offices. John Edwards recently opened his a second office in the state, this one in Concord, and plans are to add up to six new field staffers there. But the largest expansion is coming from the Clinton campaign, which in the process of opening seven new offices.
Besides the Manchester headquarters, the Obama campaign has offices in Concord, Keene, Portsmouth and Nashua.
The Clinton campaign also has their state campaign headquartered in Manchester and will add offices in Keene, Nashua, Dover, Concord, Portsmouth and Berlin.