Democrats Campaign Across the Granite State

On the last full day of campaigning for the New Hampshire Primary, NPR sent reporters out across the Granite State with the major candidates to spend this final day with them. First, we talk with NPR's Scott Horsley, covering the Kerry campaign. Next, NPR's Mara Liasson weighs in with her observations of how John Edwards is making out. Then we hear about Joe Lieberman's campaign from New Hampshire Public Radio's Doug MacPherson. NPR's Linda Wertheimer checks in from the Clark campaign, and we wrap up with a visit to the Dean campaign with NPR's Robert Smith.

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