Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton visits a cafe in Minneapolis, Minnesota to pose for photos with supporters and to ask for them to caucus for her. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton asked supporters at a cafe in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Tuesday (March 1) to go out and caucus on her behalf later in the evening. The state is part of Super Tuesday, a day on which 11 states hold nominating contests in the race for the White House. "There's a lot of work and I am ready to do that work," Clinton said. "I am prepared to do all aspects of the job of being president and I hope people in Minnesota will give me a chance to move forward to the nomination and I will work really hard for you." Clinton would go a long way towards cementing her path to the nomination if she scores big victories of her own over democratic socialist Bernie Sanders on Super Tuesday. Super Tuesday is the biggest single day of state-by-state contests to select party nominees for the Nov. 8 election to succeed Democratic President Barack Obama. Voting stretches from eastern states to Texas and Minnesota, with the first polls closing at 7 p.m. EST (midnight GMT) in Vermont, Virginia and Georgia and first results expected soon after.