Can Donald Trump actually win? Did Marco Rubio stall out at the debate? And who will drop out next? What to watch in the New Hampshire primaries.
The presidential campaign has moved on from its stay in Iowa, a rural, heavily white, small, and nonrepresentative state, and alighted in a radically different place, the rural, heavily white, small, and nonrepresentative state of New Hampshire, where citizens vote today—starting right after midnight with Dixville Notch, Hart’s Location, and Millsfield.
On the Democratic side, most analysts have written off the contest as a certain victory for Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton may have done so, too—she was in Flint, Michigan, on Sunday, rather than, say, campaigning in Franklin. The question is: How big is Sanders’s margin, and what difference will that make as the race moves on?
The Republican side—that’s where the action is in New Hampshire.