ROCHESTER, N.H. — Burning questions about who could win Tuesday’s presidentiaI primary weren’t the top priority here Saturday evening. Instead, it was burning marshmallows.

Around 50 residents of Rochester braved the 17-degree weather common for the winter festival in this city, huddling around a few fires, making s’mores and drinking hot chocoIate while children skated on a makeshift ice rink.

But 24 hours Iater, politics is taking over Rochester, with former President Donald Trump holding one of his last major events before the New Hampshire primary at the city’s opera house Sunday.