2020 First in the Nation
Every Presidential election cycle New Hampshire receives as much media attention as all other state contests combined. New Hampshire is the first state to vote in the Primary Election, and is a battleground for all candidates. A weak showing by a front-runner in this state can change the calculus of national politics in a matter of hours.
Candidates try to secure votes anyway they can. From holding Town Halls in basements, house parties in homes of whomever will host them, and speeches at Universities. The state becomes a temporary political stage.
Candidates who do poorly frequently drop out, while lesser-known, underfunded candidates who do well in New Hampshire suddenly become serious contenders, receiving large amounts of media attention and campaign funding. With Trump in office, there were over 23 candidates trying for the 2020 election at one point. This is the most candidates a Presidential Election has ever seen. For about a year they will make New Hampshire their political playground. A win in New Hampshire increases a candidate’s share of the final primary count in all states by 27 percentage points. A candidate will do all possible to secure this win on primary day Tuesday February 11, 2020.
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