La primaire du New Hampshire est la première élection primaire tenue aux États-Unis tous les quatre ans, dans le processus d'investiture des candidats républicain et démocrate à l'élection présidentielle.

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  • La primaire du New Hampshire est la première élection primaire tenue aux États-Unis tous les quatre ans, dans le processus d'investiture des candidats républicain et démocrate à l'élection présidentielle. Tenue dans le petit État du New Hampshire, elle marque traditionnellement l'ouverture de la course à la présidence, même si ce statut tend récemment à être remis en question.À l'origine, la primaire se déroulait en mars, mais sa date a été avancée à plusieurs reprises afin de conserver ce statut devant les primaires des autres États, lesquelles ont lieu de plus en plus tôt. En 2008, elle s'est déroulée le 8 janvier.Depuis 1952, la primaire du New Hampshire est un test important pour les candidats à l'investiture républicaine et démocrate. Ceux qui réalisent de mauvais scores abandonnent en général, tandis que d'autres, moins connus mais gagnant plus de voix que prévu, peuvent devenir des concurrents sérieux, recevant une attention accrue de la part des médias et un budget de campagne nettement plus important qu'à l'origine.La primaire n'est pas fermée : les personnes qui ne sont inscrites dans aucun parti peuvent participer à la primaire de chacun. En revanche, elle n'est pas complètement ouverte, puisque les électeurs inscrits comme républicains ou démocrates ne peuvent voter dans la primaire de l'autre parti.
  • The New Hampshire primary is the first in a series of nationwide party primary elections held in the United States every four years as part of the process of choosing the delegates to the Democratic and Republican national conventions which choose the party nominees for the presidential elections to be held the subsequent November.Although only a few delegates are chosen in the New Hampshire primary, its real importance comes from the massive media coverage it receives (along with the first caucus in Iowa); in recent decades the two states received about as much media attention as all other state contests combined. An example of this massive media coverage has been seen on the campus of Saint Anselm College, as the campus has held multiple national debates and has attracted media outlets like Fox News, CNN, NBC, and ABC. The publicity and momentum can be enormous from a decisive win by a frontrunner, or better-than-expected result in the New Hampshire primary. The upset or weak showing by a front-runner changes the calculus of national politics in a matter of hours, as happened in 1952 (D), 1968 (D), 1980 (R), and 2008 (D).Since 1952, the primary has been a major testing ground for candidates for both the Republican and Democratic nominations. Candidates who do poorly frequently drop out, while lesser-known, underfunded candidates who do well in New Hampshire suddenly become serious contenders, garnering large amounts of media attention and campaign funding.It is not a closed primary, in which votes can be cast in a party primary only by people registered with that party. Undeclared voters — those not registered with any party — can vote in either party primary. However, it does not meet a common definition of an open primary, because people registered as Republican or Democrat on voting day cannot cast ballots in the primary of the other party.
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  • La primaire du New Hampshire est la première élection primaire tenue aux États-Unis tous les quatre ans, dans le processus d'investiture des candidats républicain et démocrate à l'élection présidentielle.
  • The New Hampshire primary is the first in a series of nationwide party primary elections held in the United States every four years as part of the process of choosing the delegates to the Democratic and Republican national conventions which choose the party nominees for the presidential elections to be held the subsequent November.Although only a few delegates are chosen in the New Hampshire primary, its real importance comes from the massive media coverage it receives (along with the first caucus in Iowa); in recent decades the two states received about as much media attention as all other state contests combined.
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