NPR News Special: Analysis of the N.H. Primary Presidential hopefuls Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) emerged as the victors of the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday. Political analysts discuss New Hampshire's results and look ahead to Michigan, South Carolina and Super Tuesday.

NPR News Special: Analysis of the N.H. Primary

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Presidential hopefuls Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) emerged as the victors of the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday. Political analysts discuss New Hampshire's results and look ahead to Michigan, South Carolina and Super Tuesday.

Guests:

Ken Rudin, NPR's political editor, writes the weekly "Political Junkie" column on NPR.org

Arnie Arnesen, host of "Chowder in the Morning" and "Political Chowder" on New Hampshire radio and TV; member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives for 8 years

Ed Rogers, Republican strategist; senior deputy to campaign manager Lee Atwater for Bush-Quayle, 1988

Steve McMahon, Democratic strategist; media adviser for Howard Dean's presidential campaign in 2004

Andy Gobeil, host of South Carolina's "The Big Picture," a weekly news and public affairs program

Clarence Page, journalist and nationally syndicated columnist with The Chicago Tribune