Just thought you'd like to know: New Hampshire is our 46th largest state and has a population about one-fifth the size of Maryland.
Yet this is the state which may decide the Democratic nominee for President today. In fact, this little state may provide a decisive turning point in the 2008 election and significantly influence the eventual outcome.
It's a good bet that there are almost more media types in New Hampshire today than there are undecided voters. And it seems that every undecided voter in the granite state has been scrutinized, polled and analyzed ad nauseam.
Is this any way to pick a President?