In New Hampshire today there are wrap-ups of three subjects: Rudy Giuliani's visit, Elizabeth Edwards visit, and the impact of the John McCain staff shake-up on New Hampshire.
Giuliani was in the state yesterday where he held two public town hall meetings. The Concord Monitor and the Nashua Telegraph lead with terror as Giuliani's issue. The Globe picks up that Giuliani believes he is the "outsider".
McCain's national campaign manager and three other aides left his campaign yesterday. The Globe writes the shake-ups were due to money; the lack of it being raised and the amount being spent. McCain's New Hampshire strategists argued here and here that this means the campaign will focus more on New Hampshire and South Carolina.
Campaigning at three house parties Elizabeth Edwards said her husband is the most electable Democrat.
Lastly, the Concord Monitor writes up the re-election prospects of New Hampshire's two freshman Congressmen.
Today: 2pm, ONE Campaign kickoff with Republican Jack Oliver and Democrat Mike McCurry, ONE Campaign headquarters, Concord
Tomorrow: No major events.