Trump Lost New Hampshire by 2,700 Votes. Local Jewish Voters Are Preparing for Battle

In a state where politics is everyone’s ‘favorite sport,’ the restrictions imposed by COVID-19 have hit campaigners hard – while the virus itself has forced some voters to switch allegiances

Allison Kaplan Sommer
Allison Kaplan Sommer
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MANCHESTER, New Hampshire – On the weekend before a presidential election, the streets of New Hampshire’s cities normally bustle with activity as local candidates and swarms of volunteers hand out pamphlets on sidewalks, knock on doors and hold rallies. But as this year’s Election Day approaches, these traditions and routines have been upended across the United States by the pandemic.