WASHINGTON (AP) - Democrat John Edwards says the results in the Iowa caucuses show that voters are choosing change over the status quo.
Edwards, who lost a close race to Illinois Senator Barack Obama, says he'll campaign vigorously in New Hampshire. Edwards says he was "grotesquely outspent " and that his finish was good under the circumstances.
He says he plans to distinguish himself from Obama in New Hampshire by arguing that he is the candidate who can deliver the change that voters have shown they want.
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