In tonight’s installment, Anderson and colleagues report live from Manchester, New Hampshire to discuss the candidates’ final push in the state’s Primary tomorrow. John King then investigates how Barack Obama’s surge in the polls and victory in Iowa is forcing the Republican Party to change their tactics if their candidate has to face Senator Obama in November. Anderson is then joined by Candy Crowley, David Gergen, and Carl Bernstein to discuss what will happen to Senator Clinton’s campaign if she were to lose New Hampshire’s primary. Randi Kay then investigates why so many women are hesitant to cast their vote for Hillary Clinton. Also discussed is how John McCain and Mitt Romney are trying to show voters they are the best candidate to be elected and whether it is wise of Rudy Giuliani to focus his campaign on the state of Florida.