Following a tight decision in Iowa, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton rallies supporters in New Hampshire ahead of next week's primary. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told a campaign rally in New Hampshire on Tuesday (February 2) that they now had the responsibility of preventing Republicans from rolling back the gains made by the Obama administration by choosing a candidate who could fend off a Republican challenger in November. The Democratic presidential front-runner, whose campaign ran off the rails in Iowa in 2008 against Barack Obama, was dealt another setback on Monday (February 1) in the Midwestern state that begins the 2016 race for the presidency. The former secretary of state, Clinton, 68, was pushed to a virtual tie with Sanders, a 74-year-old U.S. senator from Vermont. As the final votes were still being tallied in Iowa, Clinton pushed on to New Hampshire to make a final push for votes there, as the state prepares to cast ballots in its presidential primaries February 8.