Politics with Amy Walter: Behind the New Hampshire Primary

February 07, 2020

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On Tuesday, voters in New Hampshire will cast their votes in the first primary contest of the 2020 election. Typically, the candidate who emerged as the winner in Iowa would slingshot to New Hampshire where the momentum picks up or gets checked, but a delay in the final tally has muddled the outlook.
Priscilla Thompson, 2020 campaign embed with NBC and Josh Rogers, Politics Reporter at New Hampshire Public Radio join Politics with Amy Walter to discuss. 

Executive Director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party, Amy Kennedy, weighed in on how The Party plans on engaging the state's contingent of Democratic voters. Dante Scala, professor of political science at the University of New Hampshire explains the impact the Iowa caucuses have on voters on Tuesday. 

David Weigel of The Washington Post weighs in on the State of the Union Address and the Senate's vote to acquit President Trump on two articles of impeachment. 

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