(NBC News) Presidential hopefuls are making their final push for votes in New Hampshire, where many voters remain undecided ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
With Donald Trump far ahead in GOP polling, Jeb Bush is dreaming of second place.
“I think we’re going to have a good night tomorrow night, and I’m in it for the long haul,” Bush said Monday.
Hillary Clinton, the national Democratic frontrunner, is also just hoping for a strong second place in New Hampshire, where Bernie Sanders looks set for a sure win.
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