Feb 8, 2016

A FINAL PUSH FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE


A FINAL PUSH FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE. CANDIDATES FROM BOTH PARTIES ARE MAKING THEIR FINAL SPEECHES FOR VOTER SUPPORT BEFORE TOMORROW'S PRIMARY ELECTION. WE'LL SOON LEARN HOW WELL OHIO GOVERNOR JOHN KASICH APPEALED TO THOSE NEW ENGLAND VOTERS.   HE HAS SPENT MOST OF HIS CAMPAIGN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, HOLDING 101 TOWN HALLS TOTAL. KASICH SAID HE DOESN'T NEED TO WIN IN NEW HAMPSHIRE TO KEEP TRYING FOR THE WHITE HOUSE, BUT SEEMS CONFIDENT HE WILL.  RIGHT NOW DONALD TRUMP LEADS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE, WITH KASICH COMPETING FOR SECOND PLACE. AS FOR THE DEMOCRATS, HILLARY CLINTON STEPPED AWAY FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE TO VISIT MICHIGAN. SHE TOURED FLINT TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE WATER CRISIS THERE, AND WAS APPALLED BY THE CITY'S CONDITIONS. HER VISIT MAY HAVE HURT HER IN TOMORROW'S ELECTION. RIGHT NOW, BERNIE SANDERS HOLDS A STRONG LEAD AMONG VOTERS.

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