(Mitch Wertlieb) Howard Dean finished out 2003 with a flourish, raising $500,000 with fundraising house parties before the new year kicked in. But the last days of 2003 were also rocky for Dean, who faced tough questions and criticism about his foreign policy judgment. And polls continue to show that Dean still comes out on the losing side in head to head competition with President George Bush.
But do polls and money tell the real story about who will win the Democratic nomination? The first in the nation New Hampshire primary will help paint a clearer picture and narrow the field. Joining us on the line for some insight into the concerns of Granite State voters is Guy MacMillan, editorial page editor of the Keene Sentinel in New Hampshire.