Things might be relatively quiet on the New Hampshire campaign trail right now, but there’s still plenty of activity: staffers rounding up volunteers for canvassing and phone calls; campaign flyers stuffed in voters’ mailboxes; ads flooding the airwaves, Facebook and plenty of other places.
None of those things that keep the campaigns running can happen, of course, without money. And for the last year, NHPR’s been tracking the fundraising and spending patterns shaping the campaign in New Hampshire.
Our reporters have looked at which candidates are raking in the most donations from Granite Staters and which politicians (and PACs) are spending the most on local TV advertising.
We’ve also looked at which New Hampshire companies and consultants are profiting from the primary.