Aug 8, 2015 2:27 PM
New Hampshire voters assess GOP presidential hopefuls
The Associated Press
CONCORD — A trio of televised events in the past week corralled the large and unruly field of Republican presidential hopefuls but brought little clarity to a cluttered field.
That's the case even New Hampshire, where voters have been lavished with attention from candidates for months.
For many voters, Monday's forum in New Hampshire and Thursday's two debates in Ohio offered the first chance to see the candidates side by side, although Fox News limited participation in its prime-time debate to 10 candidates, and relegated seven others to an earlier show.
In New Hampshire, which will hold the first primaries in 2016, The Associated Press is following a group of Republican, Democratic and independent voters as they assess the candidates. Several of them say the forum and debates did little or nothing to help them decide.