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After more than a year of campaigning and seven debates, the unwieldy field of more than two dozen Democrats has shrunk and it’s nearly time for voters to finally have their say: The Iowa caucuses will be held in less than three weeks and voters cast the first ballots in New Hampshire soon after. The Globe’s politics team will help you sort through the noise with timely, in-depth news coverage, and sharp analysis of the state of the race. Here’s how to stay in the know:

Ryan Huddle

Daily analysis: Who won the last 24 hours?

Political reporter James Pindell dives into the furor of the campaign trail to find out who came out on top and why. Read his dispatches, published every weekday morning, beginning in the run-up to the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary.

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Letter from the campaign trail:

As political reporter James Pindell covers his sixth presidential primary season, he is offering his insights in an occasional letter to readers, exclusively for Globe subscribers. Get a feel for what things are like on the ground in the early primary states in the heat of an unpredictable political era. Sign up below.



The Boston Globe/WBZ-TV daily N.H. tracking poll

The Boston Globe, WBZ-TV, and Suffolk University will publish a daily tracking poll on the state of the New Hampshire primary race, beginning on Monday Feb. 3 and continuing until Sunday Feb. 9.

Watch for fresh insights on who is ahead among likely Democratic primary voters nightly at 11 p.m. The results of the tracking poll will be posted on BostonGlobe.com and aired on WBZ-TV. Each day will include a two-day rolling average of 500 likely voters in the Feb. 11 New Hampshire Democratic primary.

Want more from New Hampshire? Join a live Q&A conference call with James Pindell on Monday Feb. 10th at noon

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We’re inviting subscribers to join us for a live conference call Q&A with Globe political reporter James Pindell. Simply register using the form below, and you’ll receive the details required to take part in the live, interactive session covering the issues matter most to New Englanders on the eve of New Hampshire primary.

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Conference begins promptly at 12-noon EST, Monday, Feb. 10th and will last for 30 minutes.

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