We’re a little more than two weeks from the New Hampshire primary — and, as you might expect, we’re in for another busy weekend on the campaign trail.
All three Democratic candidates are set to swing through the state at some point between Friday and Sunday. Many on the Republican side are poised to do the same. In all, there are more than three dozen stops planned throughout the state, with a majority concentrated in the southern and central regions. (To check out the events in store for this weekend, scroll down to the map below.)
If you’re feeling like you could use a break from politics, you might be in luck — at least temporarily — after this weekend wraps up. The Iowa caucuses are set for Feb. 1, so most of the candidates are likely to turn their attention almost exclusively to the Hawkeye State ahead of that contest.
We might, of course, still see some of the Republican candidates who’ve decided their best hope for victory lies in New Hampshire instead — Chris Christie, John Kasich or Jeb Bush, for example.
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After the caucuses, though, we’re likely to see a non-stop parade of candidate stops leading up to the Feb. 9 New Hampshire primary. (Anyone who’s been around for a primary in the past will tell you to expect campaign stops to unfold at a breakneck pace between those two contests.)