As New Hampshire votes today, we're going to take a look beyond 2008 at whether this election cycle might be the last with New Hampshire in the spotlight with its First-in-The Nation Presidential Primary.
This year, New Hampshire was bruised in the pushing and shoving contest between states trying to be first, or close to first, and there's no sign that fight closes with today's vote.
WBUR's Bob Oakes surveys a spectrum of opinion about the primacy of the New Hampshire Primary.
WBUR's Sarah Bush produced this report.
This program aired on January 8, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.