Coming off a very strong debate, he should have good, energetic crowds, and should he do well in the primary, he could knock some candidates out of the race," said New Hampshire
Republican strategist Craig Stevens.
Bill Clinton and John Kerry have placed New Hampshire
in the Democratic column in three of the last four presidential elections, and the current President Bush barely carried the state against Al Gore in 2000.
Stewart enters Sunday's race at New Hampshire
, the start of the 10-race Chase for the Championship, as the Chase leader.
, whose slogan is "Live Free or Die," won by a 10 percentage-point margin over second-place Wyoming.
But that doesn't make New Hampshire
any less critical.
and because of this, they knew the mood of the diocese of New Hampshire
and how highly the people of New Hampshire
thought of Gene Robinson.
voters don't want a repeat of the federal government's promise to fund 40 percent of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
Republican voters in Iowa and New Hampshire
performed their proper function by highlighting Dole's weaknesses as a candidate, but the blink-and-it's-over calendar then deprived the GOP of an alternative.
In 2 years, New Hampshire
had reorganized from a traditional organizational hierarchy to a flatter team structure; had developed a vision, mission statement, and values; revised their policy manual to 30 pages; and developed standards of performance.
Every four years, the four-tenths of 1 percent of American voters who live in New Hampshire
get a chance to reshape the nation's political landscape.
Up for sale were four huge blocks totalling almost a million acres in northern New England, including 97,000 acres in upstate New York, 90,000 in Vermont and New Hampshire
, and 800,000 in Maine.
Mayo, president of Cambridge Trust Company of New Hampshire
, helped design the most recent innovations in New Hampshire