Eric Moskowitz

Moskowitz is a Metro reporter who joined the Globe in 2007. He contributed to the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the marathon bombings and has won multiple honors for feature writing and reporting. He previously worked for the Concord (N.H.) Monitor and The Standard-Times of New Bedford, after studying history at the University of Pennsylvania. A Needham native and Boston sports fan, he sold souvenirs at Fenway Park in high school and shares Celtics season tickets today.

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In N.H., the circus has packed up and gone home

By , Globe Staff

New Hampshire basks in the attention that comes with its first-in-the-nation contest every four years. And then — poof — it all disappears.

Finally, it was time for N.H. voters to choose

By and , Globe Staff

After months of taking measure of the candidates, voters flooded the state’s polling places Tuesday.

Long lines, traffic jams plague Merrimack polling place

By , Globe Staff

It’s not pretty when a town like Merrimack, N.H., outgrows its election operation. The result? Long, long lines on primary day.

Snowy showdown awaits N.H. primary voters

By , Globe Staff

Presidential candidates like to talk about campaigning through the snows of New Hampshire. On Monday, they actually did.