How Are Progressive Voters In New Hampshire Thinking About Sanders-Versus-Warren?
As the Democratic presidential candidates sprinted toward the finish line in New Hampshire ahead of its first-in-the-nation primary Tuesday, how were blue voters deciding between progressives Senator Bernie Sanders and Senator Elizabeth Warren?

WGBH News' Adam Reilly spoke to voters at rallies for both campaigns in the New Hampshire cities of Manchester and Hanover to find out.

Elizabeth Warren On Her Plan To Regain Momentum In New Hampshire
On the Saturday before New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary, Democrats filled SNHU Arena in Manchester for the 61st annual McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club Dinner fundraiser.

Boston Public Radio co-hosts Jim Braude and Margery Eagan spoke with Senator Elizabeth Warren at the event about her campaign’s calculations for moving forward during a live taping of Monday's Greater Boston.

Should New Hampshire Still Host The Nation’s First Primary? Journalists And Candidates Weigh In
Criticism of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary grew louder in the wake of the chaotic Iowa caucus and due to increased focus on the state’s lack of diversity. What do the journalists who cover this story — and the politicians who have to take part in the tradition — think about it?

On a special episode of Greater Boston filmed live in New Hampshire on Monday, a range of media professionals and 2020 candidates shared their thoughts with Jim Braude, including: Mike Barnicle, Joy Reid, Tom Steyer, Deval Patrick, PJ O’Rourke, Judy Woodruff, and Lawrence O’Donnell.

At Rally In Manchester, It's 'All Trump, All The Time'
While news media covering the New Hampshire primaries have mainly focused on the Democratic candidates vying for their party's nod, supporters for President Donald Trump lined up outside the Southern New Hampshire University Arena to hear him speak Monday. WGBH News reporter Stephanie Leydon caught up with some of those supporters for Greater Boston.

Bill Weld Continues His Primary Challenge Against Trump
President Trump continues to register more than 90-percent support within the Republican party and his recent impeachment trial yielded dissent from only one Republican — Senator Mitt Romney.Nevertheless, former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld is continuing his primary challenge against President Trump for the Republican 2020 ticket.

IMHO: Behind-The-Scenes At The NH Democratic Debate
Jim Braude and Margery Eagan share their backseat view of the New Hampshire Democratic debate — the final one before the state’s first-in-the-nation primary.