Is political compromise alive? Lessons from New Hampshire.
"We have a rule that’s kept us happily married,” says Chris Hagen, a Republican whose husband is a Democrat. “We live on a street corner, and we don’t allow any political signs on our lawn,” she says with a laugh.
The Hagens represent a significant swath of Americans who fall in between the more vocal groups on the far right and far left.
The bipartisan couple joined about 1,500 people Sunday at the Problem Solver Convention in New Hampshire’s largest city. Part pep rally, part voter and candidate...