Surging presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is set to open five new offices in New Hampshire, where he currently leads Hillary Clinton.
The campaign will establish its New Hampshire headquarters in Manchester, and it will open an additional four offices across the state for a total of six.
Kurt Ehrenberg, the campaign’s coordinator in New Hampshire, told reporters that the campaign is hiring new staff every day, and things are going extremely well.
“It’s nice to see that Bernie’s catching on. It’s clear that the more people know Bernie and feel like they know what his issues are, what he stands for, how authentic he is, how genuine his message is. They really like him and want to vote for him as president,” Ehrenberg said.
Sanders currently leads Hillary Clinton, according to the latest Franklin Pierce/Boston Herald poll in New Hampshire has him ahead 44 to 37 per cent.