Hillary Clinton, in her first presidential campaign, is greeted by supporters at Furman University in Greenville, SC, on Jan. 24, 2008. One S.C. analyst said at the time that if Clinton went on to lose the nomination fight, “political analysts will look back and say South Carolina is where it started.” Now Clinton hopes that the state that helped sink her in 2008 could help save her in 2016. ,
Hillary Clinton, in her first presidential campaign, is greeted by supporters at Furman University in Greenville, SC, on Jan. 24, 2008. One S.C. analyst said at the time that if Clinton went on to lose the nomination fight, “political analysts will look back and say South Carolina is where it started.” Now Clinton hopes that the state that helped sink her in 2008 could help save her in 2016. , GARY O'BRIEN Staff Photographer
Hillary Clinton, in her first presidential campaign, is greeted by supporters at Furman University in Greenville, SC, on Jan. 24, 2008. One S.C. analyst said at the time that if Clinton went on to lose the nomination fight, “political analysts will look back and say South Carolina is where it started.” Now Clinton hopes that the state that helped sink her in 2008 could help save her in 2016. , GARY O'BRIEN Staff Photographer
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