Both presidential campaigns have been paying a lot of attention to the swing state of New Hampshire in the final days of the campaign.
President Obama was in Concord, N.H., on Saturday and Mitt Romney was in Newington on Sunday, with a stop in Manchester planned for Monday.
The renewed focus comes amid razor thin poll margins and an open, and often nasty, race for New Hampshire governor.
James Pindell, political director of WMUR-TV in Manchester, joined WBUR's Morning Edition Monday to talk about the races.
This program aired on November 5, 2012.