On the eve of New Hampshire’s 1st in the nation primary, Tulsi Gabbard held a town hall meeting at the Rex Theatre in Manchester, just hours before voting was set to begin. Gabbard spoke passionately, at one moment even dropping the F-Bomb, in a final plea for votes. Gabbard also answered questions from voters. Gabbard made the case to voters why she believes her experience makes her the right person to be Commander in Chief. Citing her experience serving in combat, Gabbard talked about how her military service informs her foreign policy views and why she believes she has the temperament to be able to deal effectively with foreign leaders, end wars, and bring about peace in troubled places across the globe.