The latest news on New Hampshire
Shaheen won the New Hampshire Senate race.
McCain's old scene of comeback victory spurns him.
New Hampshire's Senate Seat
Obama is outspending McCain by a margin of 8 to 1 in North Carolina.
The huge wave of voters that turned out for the Iowa and New Hampshire Democratic contests has chilled GOP hopes for an easy congressional election cycle. In states like New Hampshire, where candidates like Sen. John Sununu are in election trouble, a big November Democratic turnout could doom Republicans, said key officials. An example: There were nearly 60,000 more votes in the New Hampshire 2008 Democratic presidential primary (about 285,000) than Sununu received in his first election bid in 2002 (about 227,000).
As he continues his tour of the Middle East, President Bush stopped in Saudi Arabia today to discuss Iran, Mideast peace, and democracy. Today was the first time the president had visited the kingdom, an ally of the United States, and he took the opportunity to announce to Congress plans to sell $20 billion in weapons to the Saudis. The announcement was timed to coincide with Bush's arrival in Saudi Arabia.
Clinton's surprising victory shows the nomination is very much up for grabs.
The number of independents and the opinion of women may not have been factored correctly.
New Hampshire results leave the races upended for at least a while.
The races in both parties remain dynamic. A big month is about to unfold.