Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is hoping to win big over challenger Bernie Sanders in South Carolina. Linda So reports.
NATS: DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE HILLARY CLINTON, SAYING: "Let's go make America all it should be, again!" Hillary Clinton is seeking a big win in South Carolina. As voters head to the polls for the state's Democratic primary, polls show Clinton with a solid double-digit lead, fueled by strong support among African-American voters. Seeing the writing on the wall, challenger Bernie Sanders left the state and headed for Texas, one of more than a dozen states that will vote on Super Tuesday. Before leaving, Sanders made his final pitch to South Carolina voters. NATS: DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE BERNIE SANDERS, SAYING: "We are going to invest in our young people." Clinton has spent the entire week in South Carolina, protecting her lead. Her campaign hoping for a breakout win that will act as a firewall against Sanders, who beat her in the New Hampshire primary and posted strong showings in Iowa and Nevada.