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Ahead Of New Hampshire, A Look At Our Presidential Primary System

Jan 13, 2020

Leading Democratic presidential candidates meet once again on the debate stage this week.  The stakes are higher than ever for presidential hopefuls, because the first primaries are just around the corner. This hour, we check in with New Hampshire where voters will head to the polls in less than a month.

Is there a better way to narrow candidates for President than the state-by-state primary system? 

And later, a high-profile murder case in Connecticut has led to a proposal to reform the way domestic violence cases are treated in family courts.

Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

GUESTS:

  • Josh Rogers - Senior Political Reporter for New Hampshire Public Radio (@joshrogersNHPR)
  • Galen Druke - Host and producer of FiveThirtyEight’s politics podcast (@galendruke)
  • Karen Jarmoc - President and CEO of Connecticut Coalition to End Domestic Violence
  • Senator Alex Bergstein - State Senator for Greenwich, New Canaan, and Stamford (@Alex4CT)

Chion Wolf contributed to this show.