Vice President Joe Biden jetted into the First In The Nation state yesterday to trumpet the record of the Obama Administration, touching on familiar themes in regards to the economy and in response to Republicans who say the country is on the wrong track.
Biden stoked the partisan fire a bit while in Nashua, according to the Union Leader coverage. The dinner was a Democratic Party fund-raiser. The AP story leads with Biden saying the killing of Osama Bin Laden will help Obama's re-election chances. The Nashua Telegraph reports Biden boasting that the president has a "backbone of a ramrod."
Elsewhere, around the New Hampshire news horn, the Foster's online leads with the new UNH Survey Center poll that former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has a clear lead in the race for the Republican nomination.