I am here in New Hampshire with Decision Desk, helping them to offer the fastest and most accurate election coverage of the NH primary.
It’s snowing, the roads are slippery, and Boston’s Logan Airport is mostly shut down. But the volunteers assembled here in Nashua from all over the country. Brandon Finnigan has a vision:
The point is to be able to deliver fast and accurate calls from on the ground in New Hampshire, and do it using a method we’ve never tried before.
The upstart group that’s set out to revolutionize election reporting called the Iowa Caucuses nearly an hour before the networks, using its own network to collect and process the results as they are available.
We project that Ted Cruz has won the 2016 Iowa Caucus.
— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) February 2, 2016
From the war room, here’s where the New Hampshire primary will be called first.
Nashua office starting to get busy. Less than seven hours now until the first results. pic.twitter.com/C0oxREX01l
— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) February 8, 2016
Stay tuned and keep your browser set to decisiondeskhq.com.