Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney took Christmas Day off. Today, he’s back on the trail with less than two weeks before New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary.
The former Massachusetts governor plans to visit Concord, Henniker and Hooksett today to meet with voters. He plans a town hall-style meeting this evening in Merrimack at Thomas More College.
Presidential hopeful John Edwards is back in New Hampshire today, knocking on doors in Nashua and meeting with voters in Conway.
Edwards, a former North Carolina senator, is spending the day seeking support for his campaign with less than two weeks before New Hampshire votes in its primary. He plans also to meet with voters in Laconia, Manchester and Salem.