The Candidates are crisscrossing New Hampshire as the pivotal day draws closer. Here is a sampling of what we received here @ #outsiders from the Clinton & Rubio Campaigns--This is also as the "endorsements race" is also continuing as the June primary looms in California. Some insights from the Nooner, published by Scott Lay, is worth noting:
ENDORSEMENTS: Presidential race plays out in Congress: Which candidates do California's members support? [Sarah D. Wire LAT] - "At least 83% of the Democrats representing California in Congress support former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential bid. . . Half of the 14 Republican members also have endorsed candidates. Others, including House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Bakersfield), haven’t publicly announced who they will support."
California Here They Come, Maybe. Really. [Sherry Bebitch Jeffe and Doug Jeffe @ Fox & Hounds]:
If all three now-top-tier candidates remain viable until June, it is hard to foresee who would come out ahead in delegates garnered from the CA Primary, in which 159 GOP delegates are distributed winner-take-all by Congressional district.
It is hard to imagine that the Hillary Clinton-Bernie Sanders fight for the Democratic nomination will come down to California. Even with a big win in New Hampshire, it is doubtful that Senator Sanders can sustain momentum in states whose populations are more diverse than those of Iowa and New Hampshire. The rosy scenario for Secretary Clinton is to prevail in the delegate count before the uber-expensive California primary and without alienating Sanders’ base of younger voters.
Here is a sampling of the latest snapshots--Our team could not help but marvel at how customized they are and truly targeted they are from http://www.hillaryclinton.com:
After our win in Iowa
We've got quite a gap to close before the New Hampshire primary -- we're being outspent on radio and TV by a candidate with home-field advantage. But we’ve made history once already, and we’ll do it again, Mike. and night's debate, I've never been so proud of our team.