Why New Hampshire Matters for 2012

Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Republican presidential hopefuls debated last night in New Hampshire, one of the early states that is important to win in the primaries along with Iowa. The two states are the first to hold presidential contests. The influence of Iowa and New Hampshire have made candidates pander to those states' needs, which can be markedly different than the needs of the majority of the United States. David Leonhardt, economics columnist for The New York Times explains.

Guests:

David Leonhardt

Produced by:

David J Fazekas

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