Vice President Joe Biden's chances in N.H. for 2016
Vice President Joe Biden speaks at America's Central Port in Granite City, Ill., Wednesday, Feb. 19, 2014, to mark the fifth anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)
Wayne Lesperance: It is remarkable to think that a sitting vice president is not the frontrunner for his party’s nomination for president. But the polling data is clear. Joe Biden is a distant second to Hillary Clinton nationally and in New Hampshire. Still, if he does run, he will have the organization and the resources to make a very strong case for his candidacy. And there is something to be said for providing voters with a credible alternative.
Phil Boynton: It all depends on Hillary.
Dante Scala: Hey, stop your chuckling. If Hillary’s out, the incumbent veep stacks up well against a field that can’t pass the “Who’s that?” test.