In New Hampshire today there is still a lot of post-mortem of what happened on Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.
Presidential campaign moves on to Nevada where Hillary Clinton will campaign today and Barack Obama will visit tomorrow. Tonight the Republicans will face off in a South Carolina debate. Yesterday Mitt Romney and John McCain began their fight in Michigan, the Globe reports.
In terms of New Hampshire, Time Magazine snagged Hillary Clinton's state director Nick Clemons for an interview who told her his campaign strategy was targeting women and getting absentee ballots in before results in Iowa were known. The Concord Monitor has Clemons talking about how it was actually his candidate's ability to connect that made the difference.
The Monitor also discusses how the town hall meeting and a weak Republican field allowed John McCain to come back.
The Union Leader notes the record turnout. The Concord Monitor considers the good and bad of the primary.
The big loser, a Globe story suggests, were the pundits.