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New Hampshire Democrats, weighing votes for either Hillary Clinton or Sen. Bernie Sanders, say that economic issues and the strength of the middle class are their biggest concerns. Both candidates have offered ideas about boosting jobs, reducing college costs and making health care more affordable. Political director Lisa Desjardins explores how their policies are appealing to different voters.
With less than 24 hours before polling starts in New Hampshire, presidential candidates made one final push for support around the state. Jeb Bush and Gov. Chris Christie criticized Sen. Marco Rubio for his debate performance and lack of experience, while Sen. Bernie Sanders’ drew sharper attacks from Hillary Clinton’s camp. Political director Lisa Desjardins reports Video.
New Hampshire is a famously elusive state for politics, with more than 40 percent of the state’s voters independent and up for grabs until the last minute. It’s also vitally important, as the first-in-the-nation primary.
VICE News’ Michael Moynihan spends the week leading up to the New Hampshire primary immersing himself in the state’s famous “Live Free or Die” culture to find out what’s at stake, and see the fight to win over independent voters.
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