(AP) – Hillary Rodham Clinton says her campaign is going on no matter what happens Tuesday in New Hampshire.
Polls show Barack Obama leading Clinton and John Edwards in New Hampshire, but Clinton continues to question the substance behind the Illinois senator’s soaring rhetoric.
In television interviews, Clinton says it’s time for Obama to be scrutinized the way she says she has been. But she tells CBS’ “Early Show” that she feels good about the whole process.
Edwards — who finished second in Iowa — is on a marathon bus tour of the state trying to rally support.
Polls show Edwards in third place behind Clinton.
Mitt Romney already knows what he needs to pull off a close win Tuesday in New Hampshire.
He declared, “We need some voters” Monday morning during one of his six scheduled events across the state. The former Massachusetts governor is trying to edge-out John McCain, who has been gaining support on the heels of Romney’s second-place finish last week in Iowa.
Polls show a tight race between Romney and McCain, who himself is on a seven-city swing called “The Mac Is Back” bus tour.
Iowa winner Mike Huckabee has already lowered expectations for Tuesday’s primary, telling CNN that his campaign would be doing well if it came in third or fourth.
Recent polls show him in third place ahead of Ron Paul and Rudy Giuliani.
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