In about one year from today, if you can believe it, New Hampshire voters will participate in their 2020 Presidential Primary, famous for its long-time status as being first in the nation. The small state’s out-sized political role has made it a must stop for politicians of all levels of popularity. And the list of politicians who have visited the state so far is growing fast.
But this cycle, as other states move their primaries earlier, the role of the New Hampshire primary in the national race may be changing. Josh Rogers, NHPR’s Senior Political reporter tells us what we can expect from the Granite State in 2020.