on new hampshire at this point. >> hillary clinton may not have much to dance about here new hampshire, but that just what she did after wrapping an event with female elected leaders of the manchester ywca. she said she's not giving up but she's clearly acknowledging the lack of support here for her candidacy. compared to bernie sanders. i've said before people kind of opined okay you one in iowa but you know you're running against the neighbor in new hampshire neighbors seem to win. secretary clinton made an open appeal to santa supporters who were moved by his talk of a political revolution. >> i know you may not be for me now, but i am for you. and i will work hard for you and i will be a president who puts your futures at the top of our national priority. at this point, secretary and it appeared to be looking far ahead beyond new hampshire. sanders when she gets the nomination. >> i look forward to working
. >> we want to send things back to our election headquarters and manchester new hampshire where the nation's attention is now shifted to as we take a live look.
hampshire independent voters. >> reporter: so many undecided at the 11th hour candidates are putting on the hard sell. >> i think voters realize i give the republican party the best chance to win. i'm as conservative as anyone in this field. >> if there's anything that i can do it's the ability to get people to work together. >> 4 hours to go. >> i know, i know. >> reporter: how does it feel? >> i think we're going to do really will. >> reporter: on the democratic side it's bernie sanders with a big lead. >> the people of new hampshire will have the opportunity to say that enough is enough. >> reporter: hillary clinton is fighting hard for new hampshire votes right to the end. >> you don't want to overpromise. the last thing we need is promises that can't be met. >> reporter: and, george, here at maryann's diner in new hampshire. we have still have a lot who are about to vote. who either hasn't made up their mind or could change their mind?
. >>> right now, one day away from the new hampshire primary, republicans and democrats crisscrossing the state launching new attacks. bill clinton is targeting bernie sanders overnight.
. >>> the big story this morning, the scramble for votes ahead of tomorrow's new hampshire primary. donald trump holding on a big lead in the polls. but he and several vying for second are mocking marco rubio from saturday. momentum getting a push from his brother. saying jeb will keep the country safe. >>> on the democratic side, former president bill clinton is criticizing bernie sanders and his supporters for what he calls vicious and sex yis attacks on
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