GOP factions fight for N.H. voters and the future
Clip: 02/09/2016 | 5m 42s
Unlike Iowa, where 85 percent of Republicans identify as conservatives, about half of all New Hampshire GOP voters consider themselves moderate or liberal, while just 20 percent are far right. This divide means a wild intraparty fight for voters as moderate and hardline, establishment and antiestablishment candidates clash over the party’s priorities. Political director Lisa Desjardins reports.
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