PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- After a bomb scare in her Rochester office ended peacefully, Hillay Clinton flew to Portsmouth where he met wih hostages and their families. She also visited Manchester where she met with staff at the state headquarters.
The events in Portsmouth (including her comments to the press) can be found in this morning's Globe.
But her Manchester visit was too late to make the paper.
Driving in a caravan of two black suburbans, a Manchester police vehicle and a state trooper, Clinton arrived at the office at 11:00pm.
Clinton left the office twenty minutes.
The participants, around 50, were a mixture of staffers and volunteers and was closed to the press.
She then flew to Iowa where she plans to stick to her schedule of campaigning there.
-- Primary Source assistant Brian Lawson reported from Manchester.