gene lavanchy is following all the developments in new hampshire this morning. he is the primary headquarters. great to see you, gene. sara. if you live in new hampshire and want to meet a candidate for president, probably all you have to do is walk outside. they will be everywhere today. we are following both the republicans and democrats this morning. both sides very busy. as for the gop, iowa caucus winner ted cruz will meeting with people and won't wrap up until event at 9:00.
now in nashua, new hampshire, catherine parrotta, fox25 news. >> sara: >> gene: residents tell fox25 they have recently appeared neighbors and record what elections they actually voted and not registered with the state or federal governments and new list after the election. similar voter shaming letters
right to rise usa >>> you are looking at donald trump addressing a crowd live in portsmouth, new hampshire. fox 25 kathryn burcham is there. >> after a contentious week between donald trump and ted cruz, primary voters say they're ready for more substance and say that trump ads show him moving in the right direction. >> i came to hear donald trump
. >> reporter: the gloves were off in new hampshire yesterday. donald trump doubled down on his controversial position. >> i hit immigration, i hit it very hard. i talked about muslims. we have a problem. the problem. >> reporter: ted cruz took aim at the president. >> this is a president in the week of paris, in the wake of san bernardino, will not even use the words radical islamic terrorism. much less focus on defeating the enemy. >> reporter: candidates slammed the affordable health care act. >> you have to replace it with something that makes sense. it doesn't make sense.
. >>> well, we are approaching the final weekend before the new hampshire primary, and there is a lot happening that could change the mind of voters between now and tuesday. the professor and political from our primary headquarters. tom, what is up with last night's democratic debate. bernie sanders hits hillary clinton on ties to wreath. is he making inroads with that approach? >> i think it is certainly not hurting his candidacy, and she gave her strongest performance last night. on message and direct, and
. >> the key thing in new hampshire is the 40% undeclared here. and they can either vote in the democrat or republican primary. they can decide that day and you're talking about a lot of people that can shift just for
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