Feb 09, 2016

Not all women moved by historic Clinton candidacy | Washington Examiner

DURHAM, N.H.— Hillary Clinton is making a strong pitch to women voters, but not all of them are buying. On the eve of the New Hampshire primary, Bernie Sanders leads Clinton among female voters by 8 points, a large shift from the Iowa caucus, where Clinton led Sanders by 11 points in the same demographic. Sanders' female supporters have been attacked by older, more established Democratic women...

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