Marco Rubio hopes to gain more momentum in New Hampshire

Coming off of a third-place finish in Iowa, Senator Marco Rubio focused his attention on New Hampshire on Tuesday. 

Early Tuesday morning, he stopped by a diner in Manchester to shake hands with voters and try to drum up support. 

Tuesday night he will hold a rally in Exeter. 

"We need to unify the conservation movement and the Republican party," Rubio said. "I can do that better than anyone that’s running." 

Rubio was one point behind Donald Trump in Iowa and is positioning himself as the most electable Republican candidate. 

"Here’s the bottom line, we can’t, this country cannot afford Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders," he said. "And, not only am I principled and a strong conservative, but I can grow the conservative movement. I can take our message to people who have not voted for us before and bring them on, into the
conservative movement. And that means we win the election and we win the future." 

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