Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders both had their families with them on the campaign trail Monday as they pushed for last-minute votes ahead of the New Hampshire primary.
Clinton was joined by husband President Bill Clinton for breakfast at a Manchester diner in the morning, hoping to chat up any voters who may still be undecided.
At a later rally, daughter Chelsea appeared with them. Meanwhile, Sanders’ wife Jane and three of their grandchildren joined him onstage at a rally in Durham. The rally was the first of four Get Out the Vote events Sanders attended Monday.
Both Sanders and Clinton are looking to attract more women voters. At a recent Clinton event, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright told the crowd, "There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other," a statement Sanders called "unfortunate."
According to the latest 7News/UMass Lowell poll, Sanders has more women voters supporting him. Clinton told 7News she hopes to see more young women involved in this year’s election, even if they are voting for Sanders.
"This election is more about their future than mine," said Clinton. "And I want them to know even if they don’t support me, I support them."
In a one on one with 7News, Clinton responded to criticism about taking money from Wall Street.
"Senator Sanders has also taken money from Wall Street," she said.
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