In New Hampshire today, Ron Paul spends another day campaigning in the North County as he enjoys a second poll this week showing him in fourth place among Republican candidates in the Granite State.
Globe columnist Scot Lehigh profiled Paul this morning calling him the "wild card" in the Republican primary.
Paul may continue to go up in New Hampshire polls if independents continue to flirt with picking up a Republican ballot instead of the Democratic ballot they were eyeing for most of the year, the Globe reports.
Meanwhile one of the Republican front-runners, Rudy Giuliani, caught some fire a day after his national campaign manager flatly declared that Giuliani did not have to win in New Hampshire or Iowa to be competitive.
John Edwards spoke at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon yesterday where he proposed an expansion of the Family and Medical Leave Act. Last evening he spoke to 350 people at Salem High School.