TITLE

Clinton takes New Hampshire

AUTHOR(S)
Advincula, Anthony D.
PUB. DATE
January 2008
SOURCE
New York Amsterdam News;1/10/2008, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the results of 2008 New Hampshire primaries. Democratic Senator Barack Obama lost to his Democratic rival senator Hillary Clinton by merely 2-3 percent of the votes. When the result came Obama thanked New Hampshire in a Nashua public high school gathering. He said that he is still fired up and ready to go. For Republicans, Senator John McCain, who had been counted out six months ago, won the New Hampshire primary over Mitt Romney.
ACCESSION #
28516640

 

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