In New Hampshire today Bill Richardson announces his education plan at Manchester West High School and Hillary Clinton will campaign in Plymouth and Canterbury.
Richardson previewed the speech with the Associated Press last night. In his plan, students could get up to $24,000 for two years of public service.
While on the trail Clinton may have to explain why exactly she hasn't asked for her name to be removed from the Michigan primary ballot. As the Union Leader's John DiStaso points out she did sign a pledge not to "participate" in any state like Michigan that violates DNC rules.
And if that doesn't give Hillary enough questions, maybe Barack Obama's op-ed in this morning's Union Leader will.
The Concord Monitor this morning ponders what a 2007 New Hampshire would look like.