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February 3, 2016 7:08 am

Clinton and Sanders Set to Go All Out in New Hampshire

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Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton debating on CNN. Photo: Screenshot.

Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton debating on CNN. Photo: Screenshot.

New York Times – Hillary Clinton is digging in for a tough fight against Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont in next week’s primary in New Hampshire, her advisers said Tuesday, trying to spark political momentum and fund-raising energy after only a razor-thin victory in the Iowa caucuses.

The Clinton campaign had considered shifting its focus to Nevada and South Carolina, which hold nominating contests later in February. But Mrs. Clinton, with the strong support of former President Bill Clinton, decided she would help herself more by closing the gap in New Hampshire, where polls show Mr. Sanders with a double-digit lead. The Clintons even hope she might pull off an upset win here, as she did in 2008, given their long history of campaigning in the state.

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