MINNEAPOLIS (AP/WCCO) — As Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battle ahead of the New Hampshire primary, Clinton’s daughter Chelsea urged voters in Minnesota to consider her mother’s record on key issues, including expanded health care, women’s reproductive rights and equal pay.

Chelsea Clinton says the presidential election will be the most important one in her lifetime because the next commander-in-chief will have a fundamental role in shaping the country and the world for her 16-month-old daughter and her baby due this summer.

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Clinton made her first of three stops Wednesday at the home of House Minority Leader Paul Thissen where about 250 people had gathered, including Gov. Mark Dayton.

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Hillary Clinton is campaigning in New Hampshire Wednesday, where she is trailing Bernie Sanders by 18 points.

The next Democratic debate is scheduled for Thursday. New Hampshire holds the first primary in the nation next week.

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