Tuesday, January 10, 2012

LIVE FEEDS: New Hampshire Primary (Open-Thread)

I thought it would be a good idea to post as many live sources to today's New Hampshire primary as possible. Especially since many don't have cable access to some of these networks. Most networks will be covering the caucuses throughout the day especially after 7 PM EST.

Not all the links below will be covering the caucuses continuously so you will probably need to click on different ones throughout the day.

I am also hoping to have Fox News embedded here as well as an additional source beginning at 7PM EST.

ENJOY!


Check the following feeds for New Hampshire Primary programing:

Click the desired button bellow to open that feed:

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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Check this out! Newt is such a hypocrite!

http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/287660/gingrichs-ties-buyout-industry-brian-bolduc

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for this. It's very difficult for a guy like me who live in Sweden to get some good coverage of the election. Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

What a crazy news cycle the past two days...can't wait for the results tonight.

Thanks to everyone here at Rightspeak...what a great place to connect with you all.

My Prediction:

Romney 35%
Huntsman 21.4%
Paul 21.2%
Santorum 10%
Gingrich 8%
Roemer 3%
Perry 2%

Gordon

BOSMAN said...

Romney 39%
Paul 20%
Huntsman 17%
Santorum 12%
Gingrich 9%
Perry 3%

leighrow said...

Gordon

I predict Romney 40,Paul 21,Huntsman 19,Santorum 14, Gingrich 8,Roemer 1 Perry 1

I think the NH voters will punish Gingrich and Perry by coming in at 40 plus for Romney...Ha Ha ha..wishful thinking.

Doug NYC GOP said...

Congrats to Mitt!! Great acceptance speech!

Terrye said...

Mitt won..needless to say the talking heads will act as if he actually lost.

And that was a good speech.

leighrow said...

Terrye-

You are right Fox News already has pooed pooed him as a weak front runner. I am really hoping the win margin increases when all votes are in.