Clintons Head to New Hampshire

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Following Hillary Clinton’s narrow win in Iowa, Clinton turned her focus to New Hampshire, which holds its primary on February 9. Clinton is currently behind in the polls, and both Bill and Hillary appeared at the first event in Nashua. Bill spoke first about Hillary’s ability to change things. When Hillary took the stage, she focused on the issue including clean energy, heath care, and climate change. A video from the event in Nashua is below.

Bill then spoke at an event in Laconia where he gave a speech about Hillary’s experience and her plans as president and how she differs from Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.

The final event of the day was in Hampton where Hillary was introduced by former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords. Hillary then gave a speech highlighting her proposals for gun control, heath care, and her pledge to not raise taxes on the middle class. She said that she understood why many in New Hampshire supported Sanders, but she asked them to think long term and going up against the Republican nominee in November. She said, “You all are going to be giving us the once over, the twice over, the thrice over, and I welcome it, because this needs to be a contest of ideas about who is ready to be our president and our commander-in-chief starting next January.” A video from the event will be added when/if available.

Tomorrow, remains in New Hampshire for three events and a CNN Town Hall Event. For all the latest, follow our revamped Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

News Source: CBS Boston, Masslive.com,

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