Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets voters as the New Hampshire primary gets underway. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets voters outside a polling station near Manchester, New Hampshire, as voting began early Tuesday (February 9). Polls showed Bernie Sanders' big New Hampshire lead tightening but still sizable. Clinton hoped to make the finish close in a feat much like her husband's, former President Bill Clinton, in 1992 when he declared himself "the 'Comeback Kid.' Clinton was reported by Politico to be pondering a staff shakeup out of concern at the messaging of her campaign. As the New Hampshire polls stood on Monday, Trump would win and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, who won Iowa; Rubio; Kasich; Bush; and Christie would end right behind him in a tight bunch.