The following collection of stories was contributed by a group of journalism students from the University of News Hampshire who were on the front lines of today’s historic Election eve visit to campus by President Obama.
The President was there to get out the vote for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The students were getting a front-row seat to what New Hampshire politics is all about, and captured the day with video, photos, a podcast and stories with a variety of voices from those who came out to be heard.
UNH Journalism students hit the streets to capture the campus activity on Election even as a visit by President Obama created excitement and traffic jams – and even a few headaches for those students more concerned with studying and exams than the Election 2016 sideshow.
A live report from UNH reflecting the traffic chaos that accompanied a visit by President Barack Obama on Election Eve. Continue Reading →
There was a massive turnout at the University of New Hampshire’s Whittemore Center in Durham to hear President Barack Obama campaign on behalf of Hillary Clinton Monday afternoon. However, not everyone there supported the Democratic nominee. Among those were Brian Shields and Daniel Day, volunteers for Libertarians Gary Johnson and Bill Weld. Continue Reading →
A podcast by UNH Journalism students, with an inside perspective on what NH college students are thinking about Election 2016. Continue Reading →
As the 2016 election cycle comes to a close, the long-term effects of tomorrow’s vote loomed over the crowd lined up to hear President Barack Obama speak on behalf of Hillary Clinton at The University of New Hampshire on Monday Continue Reading →
Weekend polls suggest that Hillary Clinton is ahead in the key battleground state of New Hampshire, which leads many to believe this appearance by President Obama plays a larger role than just campaigning for the presidential election. Continue Reading →