New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte is the frontrunner to become the next president of the United States, and it looks like she’s got a real shot at getting elected.
She is currently trailing her rival in the polls, former Florida Gov.
Jeb Bush, by about 1 point.
She’s not far behind in the delegate race, and she is expected to win a lot of delegates in the Democratic National Convention.
But she’s not even close to winning the nomination, and if she is, she’ll have to wait until after the Republican convention in July to do so.
Ayotte will need to pick up at least one more delegate to be on track to secure the nomination.
While she’s certainly got some momentum, the question is whether she can build a strong organization and a strong ground game to win.
Ayotts campaign is taking on a much larger challenge than just picking up delegates.
In the 2016 cycle, the Ayotte campaign launched a series of online advertising campaigns, which have paid for thousands of television ads.
But those are only half of the challenge.
New Hampshire has a complicated geography that puts it at a disadvantage in this race.
The state is a small state, and as the population has grown and the number of voters has increased, the number and the location of voters in the state has become more difficult to predict.
While the Ayotans campaign is focusing on reaching out to voters in smaller towns and villages, it also has to compete with campaigns in the suburbs, where it will be much harder to reach out to.
“I think there’s a lot going on in New Hampshire, but we are very, very focused on getting our message out to New Hampshire voters,” Ayotte said in an interview on Wednesday.
Ayott, the first woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate in New Jersey, was a Republican until 2008, when she ran for governor against Democrat Linda McMahon.
In 2014, she ran as an independent and lost.
Her first term as a senator was her last.
She was re-elected in 2018, but that was largely due to the support of a conservative Republican in the House, who became her first challenger.
That Republican, Republican state Sen. David Perdue, was elected governor and became Ayotte’s running mate in 2020.
“We are not going to be able to compete in a state where we’re already doing so well.
The Democratic Party is trying to get ahead of us in every way possible,” said David Gannon, a longtime New Hampshire Republican strategist and former political adviser to Mitt Romney.
“The Democrats are going to have to be even more aggressive and spend more resources to try to get as many votes as possible.”
The fact that Ayotte, who is from an influential family, is running as an Independent means that she can afford to be a little more subtle about her messaging.
She recently began airing her own commercials.
“There’s a huge opportunity for me in New England,” she said.
She also appears to be doing more outreach to New Jersey voters than other candidates.
“As you look at the Republican field, you see that you have a lot more establishment candidates that are out there,” Gannon said.
“That makes you think, ‘Is this someone that could actually win?'”
Ayotte won’t be able win the general election without winning New Hampshire’s 23 delegates.
She needs about 745 delegates to win her first primary.
In 2020, when New Hampshire voted for president, Trump defeated Clinton by 1,948 delegates.
That was a record low for New Hampshire.
In 2016, she won about 3.8 million votes.
She did better than Clinton did in 2016 with white voters, winning a record 8.5 million votes from white men and women.
While her campaign has focused heavily on young people and the working class, she also faces a primary challenge from her own party.
The party establishment has traditionally leaned Democratic, and Ayotte was the only Republican candidate to win statewide office in New York State for decades.
In a primary that was seen as a referendum on Trump and the GOP, she lost her seat.
In New Hampshire and nationally, Republicans are in the majority and hold both chambers of the state legislature.
But the Republican Party in New Hampshires is very conservative.
That’s because it’s a state that has a Republican majority in both chambers, and they’ve tried to keep it that way for years.
“For a lot, it’s about controlling the state government,” said Dan Newell, a political science professor at New Hampshire State University.
“They’re very conservative, and in many ways they’ve been the party of the old guard.”
That has allowed them to run in states like New York, which are often seen as more conservative than other parts of the country.
Newell said New Hampshire is often the first state that gets the attention of the national Republican Party.
“In New Hampshire they have a unique opportunity to change the landscape,” he said.
Ayots campaign has been a success in