Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton receives support from her husband, Bill Clinton, ahead of the Nevada caucus. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hilllary Clinton on Friday (February 19) received support at a campaign rally from her daughter Chelsea Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton. "You should pick someone to keep score the way she does. Will people be better off when I quit than when I started? Will children have a brighter future? And are we coming together instead of being torn apart? If you want to be able to answer a screaming, loud, joyest yes to that, show up and bring her home tomorrow," Bill Clinton said to cheering crowd. Bill Clinton, who was widely credited for helping Barack Obama win a second term in 2012, has become much more active on the campaign trail this month, especially in New Hampshire, where Hillary Clinton trails Bernie Sanders in several recent statewide polls. The two Democratic presidential hopefuls will face each other at the Nevada caucus on Saturday (February 20). "If they will stand with me tomorrow, I will stand and fight for them through this campaign no matter who the Republicans nominate. The thing I want you to remember is the Republicans have been after me for years and I'm still standing," Hillary Clinton said. Republicans in South Carolina also vote on Saturday in the state-by-state contest to pick nominees for the November 8 election, with opinion polls showing front-runner Donald Trump trying to solidify his spot at the top of the pack and rivals Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio fighting for a second-place finish.