MANCHESTER, N.H. — Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire’s Democratic primary Tuesday, soundly defeating Hillary Clinton in the state that helped revive her presidential campaign eight years earlier.“Together we have sent the message that will echo from Wall Street to Washington, from Maine to California,” Sanders told supporters. ”And that is that the government of our great country belongs to all of the people and not just a handful of wealthy contributors and their super PACs.”He said the message voters sent was that it was “too late for the same-old, same-old establishment politics and establishment economics. The people want real change.” His overwhelming victory ensures the Democratic nominating battle will remain fierce over the next several contests and continue at least into the month of March.“They’re also hungry, they’re hungry for solutions,” she said. “Now we’re going to take this competition to the entire country,” she said.She also addressed the challenges she’d face in winning over a demographic that’s been key to Sanders’ success. “I know I have some work to do, particularly with young people.”Despite polls showing her well behind, Clinton campaigned vigorously in the state that she won in 2008 and that made her husband, Bill Clinton, the “comeback kid” in 1992 after he battled back… Read full this story
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