Students Take Primary Role in N.H.

The students chat during down time as if they were sitting over Sunday waffles in a dining hall rather than clutching staple-gunned campaign materials in the cold before the start of the work week.

“It’s not opposition,” Rogers explains. “We sort of have mocking, jesting punches at each other, but everyone knows we’re on the same team in November.”

In Nashua, when a car drives into the parking lot with a “Bush-Cheney” sign in the window, supporters for all the Democratic campaigns join in a loud chorus of boos.“That’s one thing we can all agree on!” one volunteer shouts.

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