Sanders sets sights on New Hampshire following strong showing in Iowa

February 3, 2016 00:35


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Buoyed by a strong performance in the Democratic presidential caucus in Iowa the night before, US Senator Bernie Sanders on Tuesday set his sights on New Hampshire, which hosts the nation's first primary on February 9.

The underdog Bernie Sanders forced former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to a virtual tie, reigniting questions about her ability to close the deal with Democratic voters and turning up the pressure on her high-profile White House campaign.

"Last night in Iowa, we took on, we took on, the most powerful political organization in this country. Last night we came back from a 50 point deficit in the polls. And last night, we began the political revolution not just in Iowa, not just in New Hampshire, but all over this country," Sanders, said at a campaign rally in Keene, New Hampshire.

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