As The Primary Nears, Candidates Converge In N.H.07:15

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With a little more than two weeks to go to the nation's first presidential primary in New Hampshire, the candidates are practically tripping over each other as they campaign across the Granite State.

It almost happened Thursday night in the small town of Wolfeboro on Lake Winnipesaukee — where Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican John Kasich held separate town meetings within an hour of each other.

WBUR's political reporter Anthony Brooks, who caught both events, joined Morning Edition from Wolfeboro.

This segment aired on January 22, 2016.

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Anthony Brooks is WBUR's senior political reporter.