The economy is always a key issue in presidential campaigns.
But whose economy are we talking about? Many millennial voters are underemployed and crushed under thousands of dollars of student debt.
And perhaps nowhere is the problem more acute than in New Hampshire.
Seventy-six percent of the class of 2013 had loans. On average, each New Hampshire student was carrying $32,795 of debt, according to The Project on Student Debt. It's the nation's biggest student loan debt burden.