(CNN) – A poll released Monday indicates Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are tied in the battleground state of New Hampshire.
Likely voters in the Granite State are split 47% to 47%, according to a Suffolk University/7News survey. Two percent of voters support Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson, while 4% are undecided.
(CNN) - New polls in two presidential battleground states - Florida and New Hampshire - show the race for the White House is locked up there.
Republican nominee Mitt Romney's slight advantage over President Barack Obama among likely voters is within the sampling error of the American Research Group polls in both states.
(CNN) - President Barack Obama's advantage over Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the Granite State has shrunk, according to a new poll of likely voters in New Hampshire conducted both before and after last Wednesday's presidential debate.
The WMUR Granite State Poll found Obama at 47% and Romney at 41%, with Obama no longer holding the 15 point lead he had a week ago. The difference between the two candidates is now within the poll's sampling error.
Washington (CNN) - The Obama re-election campaign is spending $6.5 million to run the two minute ad it unveiled last week that could be seen as a preview of the arguments the president will make during Wednesday's debate, according to a Republican ad buying source.
It is unusual, especially more than five weeks from Election Day, for a campaign to put up such a long commercial.
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(CNN) – A new poll released Monday indicates President Barack Obama has expanded his margin over Mitt Romney in New Hampshire and now leads his Republican opponent by 15 points.
Fifty-two percent of likely voters say they will vote for the president, while 37% say they back Romney, according to the latest WMUR Granite State Poll, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.
Derry, New Hampshire (CNN) - Rep. Paul Ryan held a rally in New Hampshire on Saturday, marking the second visit to the Granite State in two weeks by the Republican vice presidential nominee.
He held a rally in Derry, 15 miles from the border of Massachusetts, which was governed by his running mate, Mitt Romney, from 2003 to 2007.
(CNN) - GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama spend Saturday off the campaign trail, but their running mates are stumping in several battleground states.
GOP vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan begins the day in New Hampshire, then heads to Ohio, while Vice President Joe Biden holds a rally in Florida.
See a schedule of the day's events after the jump.
Derry, New Hampshire (CNN) - Good morning from the Granite State, where Republican vice presidential nominee Rep. Paul Ryan is about to speak to a crowd of supporters.
Ryan's event at an academy in southern New Hampshire is also the location of a state GOP convention later Saturday.
(CNN) – New polls in Virginia and New Hampshire indicate close contests in those two swing states in the race for the White House.
According to an American Research Group survey released Friday in Virginia, 49% of likely voters support President Barack Obama, with 47% backing Republican nominee Mitt Romney.
(CNN) - New polls of likely voters in three battleground states show President Barack Obama with a lead over Republican challenger Mitt Romney in New Hampshire, and with a slight advantage in Nevada and North Carolina.
The NBC News/Marist/Wall Street Journal polls show Obama 7 points ahead of Romney in New Hampshire, 51% to 44%, a difference outside of the poll's sampling error of 3.1 percentage points.