The clock is ticking for Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders ahead of the primary vote in New Hampshire. Gavino Garay reports.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and opponent Bernie Sanders made last-minute appeals across New Hampshire for voters to get out and vote ahead of the New Hampshire primary. All eyes are on the two candidates after the Iowa caucuses saw Clinton narrowly beat Sanders by the slightest margin. According to a Reuters/Ipsos poll, Sanders and Clinton are in a dead heat nationally, nullifying Clinton's former 2-to-1 margin at the beginning of the year. Clinton has since gained the endorsement of another former secretary of state, Madeleine Albright. (SOUNDBITE) (English) FORMER SECRETARY OF STATE MADELEINE ALBRIGHT SAYING: "Just remember, there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. So Hillary... you are not only going to the White House, but to that other place." Sanders told voters it was up to them to take the primary. (SOUNDBITE) (English) DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE BERNIE SANDERS: "Here in New Hampshire, if we can bring out a decent vote on Tuesday, I am confident we are going to win." Sanders is currently leading Clinton by a wide margin in New Hampshire, host to the second party-nominating contest on Feb. 9.