ELSEWHERE IN the country, much is made over whether New Hampshire deserves its first-in-the-nation presidential primary status. Iowa gets similar criticism for opening the nominating process with its caucus, and the Democratic and Republican party chairs there recently offered a shared defense true of New Hampshire as well: “[A]nyone can come to Iowa, even with a small budget, and have a shot at being the President of the greatest country in the world.”

Brendan Williams is the president/CEO of the New Hampshire Health Care Association.

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