CONCORD, N.H. -- Hillary Clinton, the leading Democratic presidential candidate, told reporters Friday that she didn't believe her rivals were attacking her as a woman, but because she was the front-running.
"I don't think they are piling on me because I am a woman," Clinton said. "They are piling on me because I am winning."
Clinton officially filed paperwork to put her name on the New Hampshire presidential primary ballot. It was actually the third time she as entered the the New Hampshire Secretary of State office for the purpose of placing a name on the ballot.
As she sat with reporters in the office for the traditional post filing press conference there were pictures in front of her of when she filed for her husband in 1991 and 1995.
"Oh my look how my hair styles have changed," she said.
She also said she was "100 percent committed" to the New Hampshire Primary and Iowa Caucus.