Bay State activists pour passions into New Hampshire
They are the true believers who see Tuesday’s presidential election as crucial to the fate of the nation. They are willing to knock on hundreds of doors or make thousands of calls, driven by the conviction that they are swaying the vote in favor of their candidate. Trouble is, they reside in Massachusetts, where Obama is projected to win easily. So dedicated followers of both candidates are taking their talents to places where the election will be decided, first and foremost just over the border in New Hampshire.