November 16th, 2007
08:16 AM ET
7 years ago

Here's what's making news today in the Granite State:

The date of the New Hampshire primary is still in limbo. Secretary of State, Bill Gardner, is still waiting for Michigan to resolve its legal disputes before he can set a date.

Two big heavyweights, Al Gore and Arnold Schwarzenegger, are scheduled to discuss energy policy and climate change in the Granite state this month. Details are still in the works, but here is a sneak preview.

Mitt Romney is the frontrunner in New Hampshire, with the latest CBS/New York Times poll showing a 18 point lead over John McCain and Rudy Giuliani. Perhaps this is why.

Former Sen. John Edwards is a different candidate from 2004. Check out the Boston Globe's examination of the former North Carolina Senator.

And President Bill Clinton is campaigning in the state Friday. He has events scheduled in Gorham, Whitefield and Manchester.

–CNN New Hampshire Producer Sareena Dalla


Filed under: Al Gore • Bill Clinton • Extra • Hillary Clinton • John Edwards • John McCain • Mitt Romney • New Hampshire • Poll numbers • Primary Calendar • Race to '08
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