Residents of Portsmouth, Concord, Somersworth, Berlin, and Nashua woke-up with new mayors-elect the morning after city elections were held.
One of the bigger shocks of election day was the fact that four city councilors in Claremont were voted off the council. The closest outcome was in Portsmouth where a seat to the police commission was decided by three votes.
In presidential politics, John Edwards was New Hampshire yesterday with stops on the Seacoast. He continues another day in the state today.
Edwards is keeping the focus of his fight on Hillary Clinton. He said in Newmarket and Portsmouth that she "needs to be more clear with the American people" on her position in Iraq.
Clinton will have a chance to rebut those claims on a two-day swing she starts in the state this afternoon in Peterborough.
And don't forget Ron Paul who will be in Nashua and Concord.
But many observers of the New Hampshire Primary will be focused on Michigan tonight. There a meeting among members of the Democratic Party leadership are expected to decide whether or not they will change their primary date. If they don't change, then New Hampshire Secretary of State Billy Gardner could announce a date first thing tomorrow.