by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
One day before New Hampshire voters head to the polls for the nation’s first presidential primary (following last week’s Iowa caucuses), the John Locke Foundation today analyzed the presidential race and other major contests on the 2016 ballot.
Newsmax chief political correspondent John Gizzi offered a Washington view of the hotly contested presidential race, while Republican media strategist Marc Rotterman and JLF Chairman John Hood shared analysis from closer to home.
Gizzi explained what the electoral successes of Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders say about American’s attitudes toward the major political parties.
Hood offered his assessment of the current state of the GOP presidential contest and its potential impact on North Carolina’s governor’s race.
Rotterman weighed in on Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton and the key Republican contenders.
Click play below to watch the entire event.