- Sen. Bernie Sanders was predicted to win the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Tuesday night with 26%of the vote as of 11 p.m. ET.
- Sanders has actually long had strong assistance in New Hampshire, which neighbors his home state of Vermont, and he controlled the state’s 2016 primary with 60%of the vote to Hillary Clinton’s 38%.
Sen. Bernie Sanders was forecasted to win the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Tuesday night with 26%of the vote as of 11 p.m. ET.
Ballot in the days leading up to the primary showed Sanders leading Buttigieg by anywhere from 1 to 7 percentage points. Buttigieg gained on Sanders in the weeks before the primary, cutting into Biden’s support.
A CNN/UNH survey conducted last week revealed Sanders with a commanding lead amongst self-described liberal main voters and main voters under the age of 35.
But the CNN poll likewise found that almost half of New Hampshire voters hadn’t made up their mind on whom they ‘d vote for just days before the primary.
Sanders with former Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, and former Vice President Joe Biden prior to Friday night’s Democratic governmental dispute in Manchester, New Hampshire.
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The New Hampshire main represent just 24 promised delegates, 0.6%of the overall, but it typically signifies the end of some prospects’ projects.
Prospects’ attacks on one another intensified dramatically in the days between the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire main.
At a Democratic debate in Manchester, New Hampshire, on Friday night, a number of prospects, consisting of Warren and Klobuchar, took pointed shots at Buttigieg, implicating the previous mayor of being compromised by contributions from billionaires, lacking experience for the job of president, and not owning up to his record on race relations as mayor of South Bend, Indiana.
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- Amy Klobuchar is offering Pete Buttigieg a surprising run for his money in New Hampshire, setting up an important rivalry for the rest of the race
- Elizabeth Warren is floundering in New Hampshire, set to earn zero delegates as her campaign has a hard time in Bernie Sanders’ shadow
- Joe Biden suffers blistering loss in New Hampshire, with the former frontrunner winning no delegates simply a week after a disastrous Iowa caucus proving
- Andrew Yang drops out of the 2020 presidential race after disappointing showings in Iowa and New Hampshire