In New Hampshire today there are Veteran's Day observances and three presidential candidates in the state.
Mitt Romney will talk about boosting the number of troops in the Armed Services this morning in Manchester before attending a photo-op at a retirement home in Concord. John Edwards will also deliver a major policy address of his own in Plymouth. Barack Obama is working western part of the state with stops in Walpole, Claremont, and Lebanon.
The big news over the weekend was the Boston Globe poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire. The poll showed Hillary Clinton slipping nine points, but still having a double digit lead. On the Republican side, Romney kept his solid lead, but interestingly Fred Thompson dropped to sixth place while Ron Paul is now fourth behind Romney, Rudy Giuliani, and John McCain.
Yesterday the Globe profiled a recent day on the campaign trail with Thompson. The Globe also looked at the heavy use of the candidate's first names this year (as in Mitt, Hillary, Barack, Fred and Rudy).
The Concord Monitor heard McCain say he will win New Hampshire.