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Hillary Clinton heads to New Hampshire after Iowa kickoff

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton participates in a small business roundtable discussion with members of the small business community on April 15, 2015 in Norwalk, IowaUS presidential contender Hillary Clinton will visit the key primary election state of New Hampshire early next week, after her first presidential election trip this week. The former first lady and secretary of state — now the clear frontrunner for the Democratic Party presidential ticket — will meet with students, teachers and small business employees, he campaign team said Thursday. This means the tour of the northeastern US state will be similar to one Clinton made through Iowa this week to formally kick off her campaign. During Clinton’s swing through New Hampshire, the 67-year-old will also meet privately with the state’s elected officials and group leaders.

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