A roundup of links to news and commentary on the New Hampshire primary and its aftermath.
-- The Manchester Union Leader's local take on the big national news. Lack of ballots, mild chaos and intense participation reign.
-- The Concord Monitor pulls together some final numbers on turnout at last night's New Hampshire Primary and ponders how it helped Sen. Hillary Clinton defeat favorite Sen. Barack Obama to reinvigorate her campaign.
-- The Monitor opinion page offers up thoughts on what Clinton and McCain 's victories mean. Also, the Union Leader on McCain.
-- The Union Leader pats the granite state on the back for a job well done.
-- The Union Leader's Nancy Foster heartwarmingly tells of a new citizen's first primary vote.
-- BlueHampshire talks turnout and the GOP's standing.
-- NH Insider Chaz Proulx takes the MSM to task for being so off about Clinton. (cross-posted at the Huffington Post)
-- Numerous pre- and post-primaries entries on everyththing from Al Gore to corporate e-vote counting conspiracies at Democracyfornewhampshire .
-- ConBlog gets it right. Meaning his predictions came true.