Jan 6, 2016 9:51 AM
College students wrap up 3-day NH primary convention hosted by New England College
The Associated Press
MANCHESTER - College students from around the country are finishing up three days of soaking up everything related to N.H.'s presidential primary.
Organized by New England College, the 2016 New Hampshire Primary Student Convention gave participants the chance to meet candidates, elected officials, activists, senior campaign staff and journalists who cover the first-in-the-nation primary.
It started Monday in Manchester and comes to a close Wednesday.
The final day's agenda includes sessions on foreign policy, immigration and other issues, a discussion led by Secretary of State Bill Gardner about New Hampshire's special role in the nominating process and a town hall meeting with perennial candidate and performance artist Vermin Supreme.