In New Hampshire today there are several questions about Al Gore.
Gore, who won the 2000 New Hampshire Primary and the Nobel Peace Prize this morning, has no plans to visit New Hampshire, but a Draft Gore organization will have a booth at a climate change convention in Manchester tomorrow.
Yesterday both Bill Richardson and Hillary Clinton were in the state. Richardson is staying in the state today where he will start by doing Politics and Eggs in Bedford and end by speaking at a Portsmouth Democrats dinner tonight.
At an apple farm in Canterbury yesterday Clinton was asked directly if she thought "it was unacceptable for Iran to get the bomb." She refused to answer it that way but said that "it would be a bad thing" if Iran got the bomb. Then she possibly got in some trouble with her answer the Associated Press suggests.
She also wasn't helping herself with her explaination why she is going to stay on the Michigan presidential primary ballot. One caller on NHPR's The Exchange told Clinton she was "politics as usual" by saying one thing (that she will not participate in Michigan) but doing another (but allowing her name to stay on the ballot).
Richardson announced a $60 billion education plan in Manchester yesterday. He could not be happy with the way WMUR reported it.
In more local news, Concord City Councilor picked up some key endorsements in his attempt to win the open mayor's race.