In New Hampshire today life is returning to normal. Much of the campaign staff of candidates still in the race will get on a plane today for later primary and caucus states. I even overheard a conversation bookstore in Portsmouth talking about the Patriots. (Remember them?)
In fact the New Hampshire papers returned covering state Senators like Bob Odell, a Lempster Republican, who had an aide arrested for stealing money from his campaign account. There is also coverage of Medicaid and nursing homes and the governor's support of a carbon tax.
With Bill Richardson dropping out yesterday, one of his high-profile supporters in the state, former Portsmouth Mayor Steve Marchand tells the Portsmouth Herald that Richardson would make a good vice presidential pick.