Sidelined by the impeachment trial this week, several Democratic presidential candidates are working on alternative ways to connect with voters, including sending out surrogates and planning satellite interviews and remote events over Skype.
Other candidates, including former Vice President Joe Biden and former Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg, have been free to campaign in person and have been doing so intensely this week in the two early voting states.
Meanwhile, in several N.H. Democratic primary polls, Senator Sanders is in the lead, though margins vary widely. Still, many voters remain undecided; and, in one poll, nearly half of respondents said there's still a chance they will change their mind before the primary.
Air date: Jan. 24, 2020
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- Ella Nilsen - Politics and Policy Reporter for Vox. Read all of Ella's political coverage, including on the presidential primary, here.
- Dean Spiliotes - Civic scholar in the School of Arts and Sciences at Southern New Hampshire University.
- Trent Spiner - Politico reporter covering the N.H. primary; former executive editor of the New Hampshire Union Leader. Some recent stories by Trent: On the recent Sanders-Warren dispute and on Senator Michael Bennet and his intense focus on New Hampshire.