What New Hampshire's Primary Results Mean For The 2020 Elections
The votes are in and the New Hampshire Presidential Primary is now history. Our panel discusses who did well and who failed to live up to expectations. They'll also discuss the next phase in the race for the White House 2020.
Andrew Smith, professor, political science, University of New Hampshire; director, UNH Survey Center
Ronald Schmidt, professor, political science, University of Southern Maine; author, "Reading Politics with Machiavelli"
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