Uncategorized | 9:43 pm | January 8, 2008 | By Thomas Kaplan

LIVE: Primary night at Obama HQ

NASHUA, N.H. — Welcome to primary night in the Granite State. We are live from Nashua South High School, where Senator Barack Obama will speak tonight to supporters after the results from today’s primary come in. Our live blog is below. OBAMA CONCEDES; CLINTON WINS NEW HAMPSHIRE 12:22 a.m. | We’re signing off.  This place »

Uncategorized | 9:37 pm | January 8, 2008 | By Yale Daily News

Will it come down to the Dartmouth vote?

WEST CALDWELL, N.J., 9:36 p.m. — With about 2,000 votes separating Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton LAW ’73, CNN’s Anderson Cooper ’89 just raised the fact that the approximately 6,000 votes of Hanover, N.H. — the city that houses Dartmouth College, which is in session today — have not yet been counted. That’s more votes »

Uncategorized | 7:38 pm | January 8, 2008 | By Nniarchos

In exclusive interview, N.H. Secretary of State compares 2008 to 1984 primary

CONCORD, N.H., 7:15 p.m. — Secretary of State Bill Gardner is known as the man who saved New Hampshire’s status as the first primary state in the nation. But as is clear today, he did not only save any Hampshire presidential primary; he saved what may go down in history as the state’s most important »

Uncategorized | 6:37 pm | January 8, 2008 | By Thomas Kaplan

Temperature — and turnout — soars

NASHUA, N.H., 3:03 p.m. — The thermometer on my car’s dashboard is reading 67 degrees Fahrenheit. I am in New Hampshire. It is January 8th. Something is not right. Maybe this is a sign that Al Gore should have thrown his hat in the ring after all. (By the way — without an actual candidate »

Uncategorized | 12:47 pm | January 8, 2008 | By Nniarchos

In Henniker, even 8-year-olds watch C-SPAN

HENNIKER, N.H., 1 p.m. — For the people of this small town of Henniker, politics is more than something for pundits and politicians. Active participants in this microcosm of American democracy stand outside the local schoolhouse urging passers-by to vote on this beautiful primary day. “This is the way politics should be,” said Cathy Calob, »