NASHUA , N.H. -- Looking for a much-needed win in the New Hampshire primary, Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., spent Friday campaigning in the Granite State as an agent of change.
Clinton plugged the same message pundits say helped her chief rival, Illinois Sen. Sen. Barack Obama, win the Iowa Democratic caucuses Thursday.
Clinton told voters in Nashua, N.H., she wants to be president because she wants to restore the country to peace and prosperity, The Hill reported.
"This is especially about all of the young people in New Hampshire who need a president ... who won't just call for change, or a president who won't just demand change, but a president who will produce change, just like I've been doing for 35 years," Clinton said.
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