Republican presidential candidates hit the streets of New Hampshire on Tuesday, hoping to catch up with GOP frontrunners when the primary polls close.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was back at his campaign headquarters in Bedford, New Hampshire on Tuesday.
The Christie campaign said they felt good about where they stood.
Christie said he felt momentum has shifted since Saturday night’s debate, where he came down hard on Marco Rubio.
Dr. Ben Carson was also out in New Hampshire on Tuesday, shaking hands and giving a big smile to a crowd of supporters chanting his name.
He thanked them for their help and took some pictures.
Carly Fiorina made a final push for votes Tuesday afternoon.
She told reporters she felt very good about getting her message out in New Hampshire and has no plans for backing down.
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