In New Hampshire, on the campus of St. Anselm College will be the most important debates this cycle. The format allows and the intensity of the calendar demands it. Republicans first on ABC News at 7pm followed by the Democrats at 9pm.
Days to primary day: 3
Candidates in the state: Every major candidate is in the state today
There, of course, is plenty of coverage of New Hampshire.
The Globe, of course, has comprehensive coverage unmatched by any other local media outlet. (Though WMUR's remarkable coverage is probably the most important to New Hampshire voters. Note how many candidates take time out for the state's dominant television station.)
The Globe's Michael Kranish takes wraps up field reports from Globe staff at nearly every New Hampshire event yesterday (including his own reporting). The conclusion: up against the ropes, Hillary Clinton and Mitt Romney are going on the attack.
The Globe's Peter Canellos has a very smart analysis story on the role that working class Republicans are shaping their race.
The Globe also notices that Mike Huckabee will also do the David Letterman Show.
The Globe also sees similar audiences in the crowds of Barack Obama and Mike Huckabee.
The Washington Post examines if Huckabee is already looking past New Hampshire.