A bill that would add the option of choosing “none of the above” on New Hampshire ballots seems like a quintessential proposal for the first-in-the-nation presidential primary state that prides itself on having discerning voters.
The order of candidate names on Massachusetts’ March 6 presidential primary ballots has been set, with Ron Paul’s name topping the Republican ballot.
Iowa may help winnow the field, but it will be New Hampshire that sends a clear message about which Republican presidential hopeful is the most electable, Jon Huntsman said Sunday.
While the Republican field campaigns in Iowa, only one major candidate is spending the entire week in New Hampshire.
Ron Paul is in contention to win the Iowa caucuses and positioned to do well in the New Hampshire primary two weeks before the first votes are cast.
New Hampshire has scheduled its first-in-the-nation presidential primary for Jan. 10, finally giving candidates a concrete calendar after months of uncertainty.