Her father, David, committed suicide upon returning from Iraq, where he served with the New Hampshire Air National Guard. Guindon had a history with the department, serving as a forensics intern in 2011 while pursuing her master's degree.
In the Republican race, Trump and rival Marco Rubio accelerated their political slugfest during dueling appearances in Arkansas and Georgia, exchanging an onslaught of personal insults that began on a debate stage on Thursday. For this reason, it is absolutely imperative that eligible voter turnout must be high on Super Tuesday, because Sanders will win if that happens. Along with blacks, she won most women and voters aged 30 and older, according to early exit polls .
The NBC News Entrance Poll also found that 61 percent said they wanted the next president to be from outside the political establishment, with only 33 percent saying they prefer a candidate with political experience. One of the states is Cruz's home of Texas , where Cruz leads in polls. On the first point, anti-Trump Republicans have made some progress: Rubio, who narrowly finished second in both SC and Nevada , has received a cavalcade of endorsements in recent days as Republican ...
Trump was asked on CNN's "State of the Union" whether he would declare that he didn't want Duke's support, or that of other white supremacists in the presidential election. Hillary Clinton, who received another burst of momentum Saturday after her lopsided victory in SC, turned her attention to the Republican field on Sunday, all-but-ignoring rival Bernie Sanders during campaign events in Tennessee.
Early polls of voters suggested a close race between the Democratic rivals. "She's being funded by all the top dogs, we're being funded by the people", Reyes said at a Las Vegas Strip caucus site at Caesars Palace. "As far as being too far left, I agree with a lot of the stuff he has to say". And he has one of the best ground games in SC A third-place finish will be blamed on voters thinking his campaign has played dirty tricks.
Cruz referenced Mitt Romney's suggestion that there could be a "bombshell" in Trump's returns , and speculated that it could be that Trump is "embarrassed" to reveal that he isn't as rich as he says he is, or that he is anxious about legal exposure for the years for which he is being audited.