When you think of the New Hampshire primary, you probably imagine a dozen or so curious voters sitting in an intimate setting with a candidate, peppering him or her with questions as they try to make up their minds.
But this New Hampshire primary is different. According to the Boston Globe's Emma Platoff, there's been less small-scale retail politicking than in past cycles. What's more, President Joe Biden isn't participating on the Democratic side, though his supporters are pushing voters to write him in on their ballots anyway. And then there's the Republican primary, where former President Donald Trump is trying to fend off a challenge from former South Carolina Nikki Haley with enough force that his march to the nomination can proceed without further complications.
On Talking Politics, host Adam Reilly is joined by Platoff and Andrew Smith, the director of the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, to discuss the state of play heading into pre-primary weekend.
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