Clinton, Sanders Head To New Hampshire

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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Hillary Clinton is trying to build on her debate performance by making a direct appeal to young voters.

Clinton is campaigning Wednesday in New Hampshire with Bernie Sanders. It’s their first joint campaign appearance since their “unity” rally after Sanders endorsed Clinton. She’s struggled to win over the young voters whose enthusiasm drove his primary campaign.

Donald Trump is claiming that the debate was a success for him, too. His campaign is celebrating what it says is about $18 million Republicans raised in the day after the debate.

Trump is campaigning in Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin.

Clinton’s campaign is also dispatching Michelle Obama to campaign for her in Pennsylvania. The first lady has been one of the most effective campaigners for Democrats this year.


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