By Dan Barrick, NHPR
New Hampshire political history resounds with the names of candidates who used the state's first-in-the-nation presidential primary to vault to the White House. But what did those primary elections look like in the moment, town by town across New Hampshire?…
By Daniel Bush
As the first voters of 2016, Iowans play an outsize role in shaping the presidential primary races. Even so, only one in five registered voters in Iowa shows up to caucus, leaving just a sliver of partisan activists to anoint…
If all Latino millennials voted in 2016, they'd have major sway in the presidential race. But that will depend on boosting turnout among young voters who make up almost half of the overall Hispanic electorate.
By Michael D. Regan and Associated Press
The Democratic presidential debate is underway, with three candidates set to clash over health care, gun policy and more.
By Michael D. Regan and Ken Thomas, Associated Press
Vowing to achieve universal health care, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders released a sweeping proposal hours before Sunday's Democratic presidential debate to create a new single-payer health care system in the United States paid for with a variety of widespread tax…
With three weeks to go before voting begins,Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has a substantial lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire. But Clinton does have an important edge: Her experience winning the state in the 2008 primaries.
By Jasmine Wright
As the 2016 election gets into full swing, all eyes are on Ted Cruz, Hillary Clinton and the rest of the top-tier candidates vying for strong finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire. But what happens to all the long-shot candidates…
Senator Marco Rubio and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush have received more endorsements from Republican governors and members of Congress than the rest of the GOP presidential field combined. But 2016 may test the power of big-name endorsements.
By Rachel Wellford
From Donald Trump’s rise to the top of a crowded Republican field to John Boehner’s resignation and the growing influence of the Black Lives Matter movement, 2015 was full of unexpected twists and turns.
Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio both have a legitimate shot at becoming the nation’s first Hispanic presidential nominee. And yet their ethnicity has received far less attention than Barack Obama’s race did when he ran for president eight years…
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