In New Hampshire today Hillary Clinton visits the state a day after receiving a high-profile endorsement and news that a Congressional challenger in what might be the hottest race in the country raised more money than the current congresswoman or past congressman.
Clinton will deliver a policy address at the YWCA in Manchester today before attending events in Nashua and Salem. Yesterday Clinton received the endorsement of former Democratic Party chair Kathy Sullivan.
John Stephen, the former Health and Human Services Commissioner, announced yesterday that he raised $150,000 in the last three months for his race for Congress in the state's First District, which is more money that Democratic incumbent Carol Shea-Porter and his primary opponent former Congressman Jeb Bradley.
The filing period to the New Hampshire presidential primary began yesterday and the first few were a wild bunch, the Associated Press reports.