EPPING — For New Hampshire, the perk of being the first in the nation primary is the parade of candidates crisscrossing the state and pressing palms with residents, in hopes of making a real personal connection with undecided voters.As longtime U.S. Speaker of the House Tip O’Neil would say, “All politics is local,” after all.But when should a presidential hopeful insert his or herself into a state’s hyper-local issues? If done tactfully, can it give a candidate an edge over […]

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