Senator Bernie Sanders is taking the lead in the 2016 presidential race in New Hampshire over Hillary Clinton. This is a significant victory for Sanders as New Hampshire is an important and crucial state to be polled.
“While Senator Sanders tries to make a case on electability based on meaningless polls, Republicans and their super PACs have made clear the candidate they’re actually afraid to face,” said Jen Palmieri, Clinton’s communications director. “Both Sanders and the Republicans know that Hillary is the candidate who can take them on and ensure the White House isn’t in Donald Trump or Ted Cruz’s hands.”
Hillary is stepping up her game trying to gain more supporters by deploying high-profile individuals to promote her.
NEW: Bernie Sanders opens up 60-33 lead against Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire poll: https://t.co/G3q3zJYvjd pic.twitter.com/GEgFKNik9N
— ABC News (@ABC) January 19, 2016
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