It's coming down to this.
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it be 'Good-bye Rudy Tuesday' or will Rudy have a good showing in February?
January's Iowa and New Hampshire contests could remain important if they help winnow the fields before the big Super Tuesday battle. But their impact could be diluted if such well-funded candidates as Giuliani decide to bypass them by focusing their advertising dollars on the Super Tuesday states with big media markets, Muzzio said. (Douglas Muzzio, a professor at Baruch College's School of Public Affairs)
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Rudy Giuliani's messy personal life is a big turnoff to women, who favor Hillary Clinton over him by a healthy margin in a new Daily News national poll of female voters. Pitting the two New Yorkers against each other in a hypothetical general election, the poll found that Clinton wallops Giuliani among women, 45% to 30%.
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"I think we've done a very, very active campaign," Giuliani told reporters, after making his 14th annual Christmas visit to Hale House to read to young kids. "I have been running very, very hard, probably as hard - or harder - as any candidate," Giuliani said. He added, "That was our strategy, and we're going to stick with it. You know when we'll know the right strategy or the wrong strategy? When it's over."
Rivals Clinton and Giuliani feeling the heat:
Clinton is still the front-runner, but she's sputtering in national and state polls - a dilemma now shared by her nemesis, Rudy Giuliani, on the Republican side, who is trying to withstand a surge by former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. And that has observers wondering if the front-running New Yorkers are experiencing potentially fatal reversals of fortune - or just some last-minute buyer's remorse from the party faithful.
Hillary Rodham Clinton goes on offense in debate:
Fighting for her political life, Hillary Rodham Clinton charged Barack Obama with peddling "false hopes" and unrealistic promises of wholesale change in the last debate before Tuesday's fateful New Hampshire primary.
The former first lady went on the offensive almost immediately under the hot lights at Saint Anselm College underscoring her determination to halt Obama's momentum after Thursday's third-place loss in the Iowa caucus.
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In a night packed with high political drama, Hillary Clinton defied expectations of a humiliating rout and triumphed in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday, reviving her hopes of returning to the White House.
So what happened? Apparently, tears work. Clinton's stunning poll reversal was fueled by women, who spurned her in Iowa, but gave her a big margin in New Hampshire. Many of them decided on the last day.