Shields and Paul Gigot provide analysis of the New Hampshire
coverage of the vote and reaction
in the nation's first presidential primary. (2/1/00)
Republicans: After excerpts from Bush and McCain, Paul Gigot
and Tom Oliphant assess the GOP campaign.
Democrats : Following excerpts of the speeches, Oliphant and
Gigot analyzes the state of play in the Democratic race.
Historians: What might be the long-term impact of tonight's
results, the NewsHour historians discuss.
Smith reports on how
the media shape the New Hampshire political landscape. (2/1/2000)
hundreds of campaign stops and millions of dollars spent, the small
town of Dixville Notch cast the first
primary votes of Election 2000. (2/1/2000)
Ifill reports on the final hours of
the Democratic race in the Granite State. (1/31/2000)
Listen to a discussion with
two New Hampshire editorial page writers on the final day of
primary campaigning. (1/31/2000)
Republicans down to the wire
GOP spar in debates
26: Hatch quits, backs Bush
17: Polls have McCain, Bradley
Warner examines the New Hampshire political scene as GOP
candidates prepare for the nation's first primary. (1/28/2000)
Mark Shields and Paul Gigot take on the Iowa Caucus, the President's
State of the Union address and the upcoming New Hampshire primary.
Hampshire is the nation's first primary
of the presidential campaign. And through the 20th century
with one exception it's been vital to winning the White House.
State voters have become increasingly disappointed with the major
parties in recent years and now
independents outnumber Democrats and Republicans.