In New Hampshire today a busy day of campaigning for Democratic presidential candidates. John Edwards launches his four-day bus tour in the state in Hanover this morning. Hillary Clinton will began her full day of campaigning with a policy speech next door in Lebanon.
The Associated Press scoops that Edwards will embrace a new message of "change".
In an advance copy of the speech provided to the Globe, the former North Carolina Senator will say in Hanover that "We as a nation must choose whether to do what America has always done in times like these - change direction and move boldly into the future for the sake of our children, if not for ourselves, or wander in the same stale direction we have traveled in our recent past."
In the Globe there is a front page story examining the role of political donations from college and universities both locally and nation-wide.
The Union Leader's editorial page gives praise to Joe Biden for trying to save retail politics.
In New Hampshire news, the Union Leader reports that US Representative Paul Hodes, a Democrat, expects a big fight on special education funding.
- 10:30am, John Edwards, bus tour kick-off, Hanover
- 1pm, Hillary Clinton, policy speech, Lebanon
- 1:30pm, Edwards, town hall, Keene
- 3:15pm, Clinton, visit bookstore, Warner
- 4pm, Edwards, town hall, Peterborough
- 4:15pm, Clinton, house party, Concord
- 6:30pm, Edwards, town hall, Hooksett
- 7pm, Clinton, house party, Manchester