Hillary Clinton, seeking a comeback victory in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary, reprises much of her caucus-eve message to Iowans in a primary-eve appeal to voters tonight.
The two-minute spot is airing on WMUR-TV's 6 p.m. newscast. (Watch it here).
She promises to "stand up" for Granite State residents in the White House if they'll stand with her on Tuesday.
"And when you vote, I hope you'll ask one question. Who's ready to be president on day one?" she says.
"America is at a crossroads," Clinton continues. We're a nation at war in a dangerous world. We have a faltering economy, an energy crisis, and 47 million people without health care. But, after seven long years of this administration, we finally have the opportunity for a new beginning. Tomorrow, you can take the first step.
"After all the town meetings, it comes down to this," she says, repeating her argument that she is the most well-equipped to bring change. "Who's ready to be president and ready to start solving the big challenges we face on day one?"