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The Trail: From New Hampshire to the White House

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Anyone who wants to be president has to come through New Hampshire first. From the lead-up before the primary to the presidential election, no one covers New Hampshire politics like WMUR.
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Democratic hopeful Julián Castro says he would work hard on everybody's behalf. Plus, Democrat John Delaney, who has been a declared candidate since July 2017, plans to press on and stand out in an increasingly crowded field.
As Washington Gov. Jay Inslee considers a run for president, he feels climate change should be a big issue in the 2020 election. Plus, Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang --his interview aired Jan. 14 -- advocates for a unversal basic income.
It's 2019 and New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation presidential primary campaign is gearing up quickly. We take a deeper dive into what has already become a historically diverse field of presidential hopefuls.
It appears President Donald Trump will face a primary challenge from at least one Republican, as former Mass. Gov. Bill Weld has announced the formation of an exploratory committee. Plus, Democratic hopeful Kirsten Gillibrand explains the evolution of her positions on guns and immigration. Meanwhile, former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says he has a plan to deal with running against the president, who he calls a "bully." Also, Rep. Adam Schiff was recently in New Hampshire to discuss the latest on the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. And finally, the head of the Democratic Party in New Hampshire, Ray Buckley, says he doesn't think the primary date next year will be moved up.
Fresh off declaring he's running for president, Bernie Sanders spoke with WMUR about what New Hampshire means to his candidacy as a whole. Plus, Kamala Harris spoke one-on-one with Adam Sexton on Feb. 18 about her campaign and key issues including the opioid crisis. Finally, Rep. Tim Ryan is considering his own run for president. He tells WMUR it's important for Democrats to reconnect with middle America.
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang answered questions directly from New Hampshire voters in the first installment of the Conversation with the Candidate series.
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney answered questions directly from New Hampshire voters in the second installment of the Conversation with the Candidate series.
At 37, Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is the youngest potential contender in the Democratic field. Despite his youth, Buttigieg says his experience is his asset. Plus, Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet recently visited the Granite State to test the first-in-the-nation waters as he weighs a potential run for the White House.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg answered questions directly from New Hampshire voters in the third installment of the Conversation with the Candidate series.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren explains her proposal to break up big tech companies like Amazon and Google. Plus, Sen. Cory Booker discusses his plan to reduce gun violence during a multi-day swing through the Granite State. And finally, WMUR political reporter John DiStaso weighs in on Beto O'Rourke jumping into the race for president.
Democratic presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson answers questions from voters in "Conversation with the Candidate," a town-hall style forum at the WMUR studios.
Presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard, who made several stops during a recent campaign swing through New Hampshire, tells Adam Sexton how she'd handle the country's foreign policy. Plus, Democratic Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton says he's close to announcing whether he will run for president.
Republican Bill Weld, who is considering challenging President Donald Trump for the Republican presidential nomination, answers questions from voters in Conversation with the Candidate, a town-hall style forum at the WMUR studios.
Democratic presidential candidate John Hickenlooper answers questions directly from New Hampshire voters in Conversation with the Candidate, a town-hall style forum at the WMUR studios.
Democratic presidential candidate Tim Ryan answers questions directly from New Hampshire voters in Conversation with the Candidate, a town-hall style forum at the WMUR studios.
Democratic presidential candidate Eric Swalwell answers questions directly from New Hampshire voters in Conversation with the Candidate, a town-hall style forum at the WMUR studios.
Fresh off declaring his candidacy for president, Democrat Seth Moulton spoke one-on-one with Adam Sexton while out on the campaign trail in New Hampshire. Plus, Democratic hopeful Marianne Williamson discusses the change she wants to bring to Washington if elected president. And finally, Republican Bill Weld officially became a declared presidential candidate last week. John DiStaso joins to discuss what a Weld win would look like in the Granite State.
Democratic presidential candidate Seth Moulton answers questions directly from New Hampshire voters in Conversation with the Candidate, a town-hall style forum at the WMUR studios.
Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro answers questions directly from New Hampshire voters in Conversation with the Candidate, a town-hall style forum at the WMUR studios.
Democratic presidential candidate Wayne Messam, the mayor of Miramar, Florida, stopped by WMUR during his first campaign visit to New Hampshire.
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