In New Hampshire today four candidates are in the state. John Edwards and Barack Obama are in Southern New Hampshire while Rudy Giuliani and John McCain both file for the presidential primary ballot and hold events in the state, while Barack Obama visits the Boston Common for a rally with Governor Deval Patrick.
Giuliani also starts his day off in Boston with a fund-raiser and a press conference announcing he has the backing of former Massachusetts Treasurer Joe Malone.
In the morning papers there is a lot of discussion about a Republican National Committee threat to take away half of convention delegates away from New Hampshire and four other states unless they agree to hold their presidential primaries after Feb. 5. New Hampshire's response: whatever.
Obama was in New Hampshire yesterday where he filed papers to get on the presidential primary ballot and he held a state house rally afterwards with about 500 people.
Also on the campaign trail was former New Hampshire Governor Jeanne Shaheen, who is running for the US Senate. She talked about healthcare in liberal Newmarket.
McCain also stopped by the Nashua Telegraph editorial board yesterday and talked about the war.