January 9, 2008
Republican John McCain, whose campaign was in big trouble over the summer, made his comeback in New Hampshire.
Democrat Hillary Clinton can also claim a comeback. Polls leading up to yesterday's vote had her down by as much as ten points to Barack Obama.
Clinton said her comeback began with a debate Saturday night and said she was able to connect with voters on a personal level.
McCain said he won the vote because he was simply "able to out campaign everybody."
Clinton said she will spend today mapping out strategy with her aides. Her top rival, Barack Obama heads to New Jersey for a couple fundraisers.
On the republican side, Mitt Romney will head to Michigan after a fundraiser in Boston. Rudy Giuliani is in Florida, a state he hopes will get him back in the race.
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