Comebacks in New Hampshire and the Road Ahead

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You don't have to be a political junkie to know that Hillary Clinton and John McCain are the comeback kids of yesterday's New Hampshire primaries—even though Mc Cain points out that he's hardly a kid. Barack Obama said Iowa proved white Americans would vote for a black man. Gloria Steinem said it proved gender is harder to overcome than race. Yesterday's results in New Hampshire have prevented a lot of story lines from becoming conventional wisdom. Is Hillary Clinton the front-runner after all? Can John McCain compete against major money in big states? Will religion emerge as an underlying issue?  What's up between now and Tsunami Tuesday?



  • Larry Sabato - Director of the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics and editor of Sabato’s Crystal Ball. He’s author of “The Kennedy Half Century; The Presidency, Assassination, and Lasting Legacy of John F. Kennedy.” - @larrysabato
  • Robert Ford - South Carolina State Senate
  • Tad Devine - Democratic Strategist, Devine Mulvey
  • Tony Fabrizio - Republican pollster, Fabrizio, McLaughlin, & Associates
  • Chris Christoff - Political Reporter, Detroit Free Press
  • David Damore - Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • Lee Bandy - Political Columnist, The State


Warren Olney