(CNN) - The votes have been counted, the candidates have moved on to South Carolina, but remnants of a hard-fought battle blanket Manchester, New Hampshire.
The campaigns left behind hundreds, perhaps thousands of political signs on street corners and traffic medians from one end of the city to the other. Now someone has to go around and collect them.FULL STORY
Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) - As people head to the polls in New Hampshire, the campaigns will learn whether all the funds used for direct marketing to voters was money well-spent.
Mailings, robocalls, phone surveys, doorknob hangers, mass e-mails, texts - it's next to impossible to find a registered Republican or independent voter in the Granite State who hasn't received several of each.FULL STORY
Bedford, New Hampshire (CNN) - Dozens of people packed a home in suburban Bedford, New Hampshire to meet Jon Huntsman and listen to him speak Sunday evening.
The Republican presidential candidate was peppered with questions about budget cuts, taxes, immigration and foreign policy. Many in the crowd said they were still undecided ahead of Tuesday's GOP primary. Several times, Huntsman's answers were greeted with enthusiastic applause.
Manchester, New Hampshire (CNN) - The closer we get to the polls opening in New Hampshire, the more colorful characters you see in the streets trying to get their messages out.
Three men on horseback carrying a large, homemade Ron Paul banner through downtown Manchester stopped at Veterans' Memorial Park on Elm Street Saturday, home to the "Occupy the Primary" encampment. Supporters of the Republican presidential candidate and Texas congressman spoke with a few protestors about the primary and the current state of politics.