Hillary Campaign Retools Strategy, Predicts NH Win

03/28/2008 02:45 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to target what her campaign calls Barack Obama's inexperience over the next five days in New Hampshire and deliver much sharper -- and likely much more personal and negative -- attacks against the Iowa winner, according to Democrats familiar with the evolving strategy.

Clinton is recalibrating her campaign message, the latest in what has been a month-long process of shifting slogans and strategies aimed at slowing an ascendant Obama. This won't be easy. The so-called contrast strategy carries clear risk -- it could make her look desperate or turn off voters tired of conventional political tactics.

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