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Sen. Hillary Clinton made a dramatic comeback at Tuesday?s New Hampshire primary election, and Long Islanders have mixed feelings about her win. There is still a long way to go before a new president

News 12 Staff

Jan 9, 2008, 6:18 PM

Updated 6,038 days ago

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Sen. Hillary Clinton made a dramatic comeback at Tuesday?s New Hampshire primary election, and Long Islanders have mixed feelings about her win.
There is still a long way to go before a new president is elected, but did Clinton?s dramatic comeback on Tuesday help to recharge her campaign? Some residents say after her loss in Iowa, people now see her credibility and experience. Others say her display of emotion the other night helped to show her sensitive side.
Plainview resident Victoria Cataldo says she would like to see a woman president. However, Cataldo says the fact that Clinton did show her emotions could mean she?s not ready to lead the country. Cataldo feels a president should be able to stand up in tough times.
It is too early to tell who will come out on top, and the race can still belong to anyone. However, anything can change on Super Tuesday, when many states will simultaneously hold their primary elections. Candidates must do well on this day if they hope to secure their party?s nomination.
Super Tuesday is Feb. 5 this year.
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