In New Hampshire today Kansas Senator Sam Brownback makes rare campaign stops while reports suggested Barack Obama's answers during his visit yesterday were leaving some "unsatisfied".
Brownback, who has been to New Hampshire only a handful of times, will speak at a college in Merrimack and then visit a business in Barrington. He attended a house party last night in Bedford.
Brownback is part of a busy week of campaigning in the state. Yesterday Democratic presidential candidates Obama and Joe Biden were both in the state. Tomorrow Duncan Hunter will be in Manchester. On Thursday Rudy Giuliani and Mitt Romney will hold events. Giuliani will stick around on Friday when Mike Huckabee arrives.
Speaking of Huckabee the Union Leader's editorial page this morning says he is "a candidate to consider".
Yesterday, during an intimate setting at Hanover's classic diner, Obama was told by one woman from Claremont to stop fighting with Hillary Clinton. Later in the day Obama spoke to a rally of 600 in Nashua where his answers on Iran left some "unsatisfied", the Nashua Telegraph reports.
Also in Nashua yesterday, Biden unveiled his plan for helping veterans. He also met with veterans at three separate events in Tilton and Manchester.
In other news, the Globe reports that Romney is by far the richest presidential candidate. One professor says Romney holds too much foreign investment than is financially recommended.
The Globe takes a look at how Edwards's Iowa strategy is making people question his commitment to New Hampshire.
The Globe's Michael Kranish reports for page one that Karl Rove's resignation yesterday could mean a shift in strategy to the political center for Republicans.
Locally, crime dominated a Manchester Mayoral debate yesterday, the Union Leader reports.
- 8am, Sam Brownback, speech at Thomas More College, Merrimack
- 10m, Brownback, business tour, Barrington