Another busy day for the Republican Presidential candidates, as they continue courting voters in the Granite and Palmetto States - the next two states to hold primaries.
FOX News Radio's Rich Johnson reports from America's Election Headquarters in Washington, DC:
From America's Election Headquarters...
(Huntsman) "I've got to continue to make the sale of the people here in New Hampshire."
...Jon Hunstman on his all-or-nothing strategy leading up to Tuesday's New Hampshire primary. He'll be in the towns of Concord, Randolph and Bretton Woods today.
(Santorum) "Don't defer your judgement to what a national poll says."
Rick Santorum is in New Hampshire, but is mostly focusing on South Carolina, trying to ride his Iowa wave.
Mitt Romney starts in South Carolina before returning to New Hampshire tonight. Ron Paul has events in Nashua and Durham, New Hampshire. Newt Gingrich continues to go against the grain of most campaigns, playing UP his D.C. experience.
(Gingrich) "I'm pretty comfortable dealing with Presidents. No other candidate in this race has that kind of experience."
And it's back on the trail for Rick Perry, with events today in Beaufort, Bluffton and Hilton Head, South Carolina.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.