(CNN) – Hillary Clinton seems to be content letting her surrogates get their hands dirty going after Donald Trump. One of those surrogates did just that in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Hillary Clinton, making a campaign swing through New Hampshire.
Hillary Clinton, “We are more than our disagreements, we Americans. There is so much more that unites us than divides us.”
She’s got help from liberal darling Elizabeth Warren, senator from neighboring Massachusetts, who took aim at Donald Trump for this remark at the last debate.
Donald Trump, “Such a nasty woman.”
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, “Get this, Donald! “Nasty women” are tough, “nasty women” are smart and “nasty women” vote. And on November 8th, we “nasty women” are going to march our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever.”
For many Americans, Election Day has come and gone. According to an analysis from catalyst by CNN, five-point-one million votes have already been cast across the US through early and absentee voting, including an upsurge in women, who polls show tend to favor Clinton over Trump.
As Clinton and her campaign are feeling confident about her path to the white house. She’s focusing more on helping democrats take back the senate.
Campaigning here in the granite state with Governor Maggie Hassan, who is leading in the polls as she looks to unseat incumbent republican Kelly Ayotte.
Hillary Clinton, “Unlike her opponent, she has never been afraid to stand up to Donald Trump. She knows he shouldn’t be a role model for our kids or for anybody else, for that matter.”
It’s a familiar refrain Clinton is using. Over the weekend in North Carolina, she rallied voters for Deborah Ross as she tries to take on Senator Richard Burr.
Hillary Clinton, “Unlike her opponent, Deborah has never been afraid to stand up to Donald Trump. Because she knows he is wrong for North Carolina, wrong for America and people of courage and principle of both parties have stood up to reject his dangerous, divisive agenda.”
Clinton is steadily moving her focus beyond Donald Trump, upping her planning for what she believes will be her transition to the presidency, a source close to Clinton tells CNN. Clinton denies she’s getting ahead of herself.
Hillary Clinton, “You know, I am a little superstitious about that. We have got a transition operation going and I haven’t really paid much attention to it yet because I want to focus on what our first task is and that is convincing as many Americans as possible to give us the chance to serve.”