In New Hampshire today, the fallout of the rhetorical punch Senator Barack Obama gave to rival Senator Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire plus a look ahead to visits from Bill Richardson and John Edwards this weekend.
Yesterday US Representative Paul Hodes endorsed Obama in a downtown rally. The Concord Monitor covers it, as does the Globe, the Associated Press, the Nashua Telegraph, and WMUR-TV. The Union Leader didn't.
In an interview with the Globe, Obama continues the attack back on Clinton saying, ""She, I think in this debate, is representing a kind of conventional Washington thinking that led her to vote to authorize a war without asking some tough questions."
The Concord Monitor takes a look at John Edwards ahead of his two-day visit this weekend and says he is a "moderate no more".
The Monitor noted the endorsement of the former head of NEA-NH, teachers' union, to Senator Clinton.
- Noon, Bill Richardson, policy address, Manchester
- 2pm, Richardson, meet with firefighters, Salem
- 5:15pm, Richardson, town hall, Nashua
- 7pm, Richardson, job interview