In New Hampshire today, Dennis Kucinich files to put his name on the state's presidential primary ballot and Joe Biden will address an AARP forum.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth Edwards will join in the celebration for Mike Vlacich, the former state Democratic Party Executive Director and Governor John Lynch's former campaign manager, who received a major award from the state's Young Democrats tonight.
Mitt Romney was in the state and he got some coverage. The Globe has a round-up of Mitt Romney's comments in New Hampshire about the Clintons. Globe columnist Scot Lehigh looks at Romney's Obama-Osama moment. The Union Leader notes he was hounded by medical marijuana advocates. (At least he didn't turn his back on the guy this time.) The AP notes a 15-year-old student at Phillips Exeter learned the lesson of quoting The New York Times to a Republican presidential candidate.
The Union Leader looks at (again) the ever-changing lay of the land for the primary calendar.
John Edwards sat down with the Concord Monitor editorial board and advocated a new "New Deal" of economic programs if elected president.
While Barack Obama was in the state the Foster's Daily Democrat picks up the nugget that he likely wouldn't pick Al Gore to be his VP.