CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE — For many across the country, the 2020 presidential campaign is still a distant thought, even while 18 Democrats have signaled their candidacy.
But in New Hampshire, home of the first-in-the-nation primary, residents say they’re excited to participate in what they call their state sport: politics.
“İt’s not early to be campaigning,” Danny Arnold, a Dover, New Hampshire, resident, said while waiting for New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand to speak at a local coffee shop.
“İ want to hear all the candidates before I make any decisions on who I’m going to vote for,” he added.
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