Reporter

James Pindell

Latest stories

In N.H., Warren gives her most forceful attack yet on rivals as her poll numbers stall

By and , Globe staff

Senator Elizabeth Warren traveled to the must-win state of New Hampshire on Thursday and launched an amped-up offensive against her chief rivals for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Oops. Missed call by Deval Patrick puts nascent presidential campaign in a jam

By , Globe Staff

Neither Deval Patrick nor his aides called the Michigan Democratic Party and asked to be placed on the ballot in the hours after he floated a White House bid. If Patrick’s team doesn’t collect another 3,300 signatures by Friday, he won’t be a listed choice for voters in the March 10 primary.

Ground Game

Why this week could be a (sneakily) important week in the Democratic presidential race

By , Globe Staff

No one who has failed to make a debate stage at any point this year is above 1 percent in early state or national polls.

Tiny Dixville Notch may see its midnight tradition disappear

By , Globe Staff

It is increasingly likely that the New Hampshire community is now too small to meet the legal threshold to be a polling place. That probably won’t change in the weeks leading up to the first-in-the-nation primary.