Hillary and Mike? Following the New Hampshire primary, who is in best position to get the Democratic nomination, and who has the best shot at beating Trump? That’s what On Target’s Larry Sparano is discussing today with veteran newsman and political commentator Bryant Thomas, most recently of the AP radio news bureau in Washington, D.C.
With the results of the Iowa Caucus still unclear, candidates are now hoping for a campaign boost from New Hampshire. But how much of a boost will it be in this unusual election cycle? Here’s On Target’s Larry Sparano talking with long-time political reporter Bryant Thomas, direct from New Hampshire:
It used to be that he (or now, she) who won New Hampshire had a very good chance of winning the Presidency. Does that still apply? On Target’s Larry Sparano discusses that with former AP Newsman Bryant Thomas, now living in the First-in-the-Nation Primary State:
Tonight’s debate in Iowa among Democrats carries with it lots of opportunity and landmines for those who would be President. Who will emerge with the momentum needed to score victories in the upcoming Iowa Caucus and New Hampshire Primary? That’s what On Target’s Larry Sparano and Kent Garrett of WIOX Radio New York are chewing on today:
The already crowded race for the Democratic nomination has grown even more crowded –and disjointed–with the entry of former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Will his money and management skills be enough to score him a bulls eye in his quest for the Presidency? Is it really as much of a long shot as many observers think? On-Target’s Larry Sparano and former AP Newsman Bryant Thomas discuss his chances: