Clegg are closely watching a little town in New Hampshire that's going to vote at midnight.
And so reporting that doesn't interrogate that institution.
And he was able to get a lot of attention and raise a lot of money online, and, you know, increase in the polls as a result.
And while getting an endorsement from a paper is something that any campaign would want.
Her story went up on a Facebook page for a town called Millsfield.
Instead of viewing social media posts as competition, reframe them as a source of information.
He says New Hampshire makes better presidents.
And some people certainly are not pleased with that, including local journalists like Joe McQuaid, editor at large of the New Hampshire Union Leader , the only statewide newspaper that we've got.