The presents have been opened, the champagne has been consumed, and it's back to work for most of us this Wednesday, the second day of 2008.
The candidates running for president have not rested during the last week. They have been campaigning ahead of tomorrow's caucuses in Iowa and Tuesday's first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary.
With less than a week to go until New Hampshire voters have their say in the nation's first primary, a new poll shows former Governor Mitt Romney has slipped to second place among Republicans. The Suffolk University and Channel 7 news poll shows Arizona Senator John McCain leading Romney.
Romney led McCain by 12 points in the same poll last month.
On the Democratic side, the new poll says Senator Hillary Clinton continues to have a wide lead over her competitors.
Joining us to talk about what's happened in the race while many of us were celebrating the holidays is political analyst Steve Stark.
This program aired on January 2, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.