Feature Reporter

Sarah Schweitzer

Schweitzer is a feature writer for the Globe. She was named a Pulitzer finalist in feature writing in 2015 for her story “Chasing Bayla.” She joined the Globe in 2001. She previously reported for the St. Petersburg Times in Florida and the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire.

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N.H. voters try to decide as bold rhetoric changes primary

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It’s a scrambled political world — one that, at least in New Hampshire, looks almost nothing like the one people imagined back, say, a year ago.

Christie says of Clinton that he would ‘beat her rear-end’ in debates

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“I’m the last person she wants to see,” the New Jersey governor said at an event in New Hampshire.

As first-in-the-nation primary looms, the frenzy builds

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Candidates descended on New Hampshire on Tuesday as their campaigns announced a string of upcoming events.

Anger, frustration is driving voters on the left and right

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Insurgent candidates are benefiting from the discontent voters say they feel in this election cycle.