Bernie Sanders Secures Victory Over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire

Sanders credited his win to a "huge voter turnout" while Clinton said she has "work to do" recruiting young voters.
2:52 | 02/10/16

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has to say. The democratic race Bernie sanders walking away with a huge double-digit win over Hillary Clinton and now all eyes on South Carolina and ahead to Nevada. Let's go back to ABC's Cecilia Vega also in Manchester for us this morning. Good morning, Cecilia. Reporter: Robin, good morning to you. Bernie sanders is certainly celebrating this morning while Hillary Clinton is waking up to that embarrassing upset. Her team knew she would lose her, they were hoping it would not be this bad. Thank you, New Hampshire. Reporter: Overnight Bernie sanders celebrating a victory that was, well, huge. Because of a huge voter turnout and I say huge. We won. Reporter: But before coming on stage sanders celebrating on the basketball court playing hoops with his grandkids. He is optimistic about the fight ahead. We have sent the message that will echo from Wall Street to washing Washington, the government of our great country belongs to all of the people. And not just a handful of wealthy campaign contributors and their super PACS. Reporter: Hillary Clinton conceding defeat. I want to begin by con great lag senator sanders. Reporter: With bill and Chelsea standing on stage remaining deninth about the future. It's not whether you get knocked down that matter, it's whether you get back up. I know I have some work to do, particularly with young people. And here's what we're going to do, now we take this campaign to the entire country. We are going to fight for every vote in every state. Reporter: And Clinton concedes Bernie sanders managed to tap into a real sense of anger among voters but her camp is telling us this morning they are shifting their focus now to those upcoming states south Carolina and Nevada, robin, where they hope she can tap into her support among Latino and african voters. Cecilia, what are we hearing about these reports of a possible shake-up within the Clinton campaign? Reporter: Well, for now, robin, there is adamant denial inside the Clinton team saying that's not going to happen but we know they are moving staffers around to upcoming states. Certainly this morning there is some serious soul searching happening inside team Clinton. They know they've got to get this base in South Carolina and Nevada active and supporting her if they want this nomination to happen. They've got to do something differently. As she also said tap into those young voters, as well. All right, Cecilia, thank you very much.

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