MANCHESTER, N.H. -- In New Hampshire Today Barack Obama unveils an ambitious (a.k.a expensive) education plan at Manchester Central High School, Bill Richardson hits several stops and Dennis Kucinich gets a haircut.
Obama is riding high off a new Iowa poll showing him with a four point lead over rival Hillary Clinton and eight points ahead of John Edwards.
In response to a question yesterday, John McCain said he would not use signing statements if he were elected president.
The Globe also looks at how Mitt Romney's charity donations are helping his campaign.
The Michigan Legislature convenes at 1:30pm where, among other issues, they will take up their presidential primary date.