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Another Sign Of Early State Nervousness?

- January 22, 2016

Yesterday, Politico Reported That Bill Clinton Has Gotten Reportedly Nervous About Iowa And New Hampshire And Is Pointing To March 1 States

On January 21, 2016, Politico Reported That Bill Clinton Was Getting Nervous About Hillary's Campaign And Was Urging Hillary To Start Looking Toward The March Primaries, "A Shift For An Organizing Strategy That's Been Laser-Focused On The Early States." "Bill Clinton is getting nervous. With polls showing Bernie Sanders ahead in New Hampshire and barely behind, if at all, in Iowa, the former president is urging his wife to start looking toward the delegate-rich March primaries - a shift for an organizing strategy that's been laser-focused on the early states." (Annie Karni, "Bill Clinton Question Hillary's Super Tuesday Plan," Politico, 1/21/16)

The Day Before, Clinton Began Online Recruiting Volunteers In A Large Group Of March 1 States

According To A Snapshot Of The Clinton Campaign Website, As Of 12:15 PM On January 20, 2015, The State Volunteer Pages Had Almost Been Exclusively Limited To February Voting States, Except For New York - Where Her Campaign Is Based - And Colorado. (Launch Page, Hillary Clinton, Accessed On 1/20/16 Via Wayback Machine.)

On January 20, 2016, The Day Before The Politico Story, HillaryClinton.com Added Online Recruiting Pages On Its Site For March 1 States, Including Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, And Virginia. (Hillary For America, Accessed 1/21/16)

The New Links For Each State Lead To A Webpage To Volunteer For Clinton In That State. ("Volunteer In Texas," Hillary For America, Accessed 1/21/16)


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