In a tight race, Sanders held the lead ahead of former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, followed by Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
By Associated Press
Looking past New Hampshire, Joe Biden is telling voters not to count him out because minority voters haven't yet weighed in on the race.
By Associated Press
Warren said that both Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg had “strong nights” and congratulated her “friend and colleague” Amy Klobuchar for how wrong political pundits are “when they count us out.”…
By Steve Peoples, Kathleen Ronayne, Hunter Woodall, Associated Press
By night's end, New Hampshire could begin culling the Democrats' unwieldy 2020 class, which still features nearly a dozen candidates battling for the chance to take on President Donald Trump this fall.
By Josh Boak, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
Only 14% of New Hampshire Democrats said they were "very confident" that the process for picking a presidential nominee would be fair, a sign of possible doubts lingering in voters' minds ahead of the state's Tuesday primary.
Voting is underway in New Hampshire in the first primary of this election year. After confusing Iowa caucus results, many hope New Hampshire will clarify a crowded Democratic race. Judy Woodruff reports from Manchester and talks to WGBH’s Adam Reilly…
New Hampshire voters are heading to the polls Tuesday in the state’s first-in-the-nation primary election. Will the results help to clarify and narrow a crowded field of 2020 Democrats? Lisa Desjardins joins Amna Nawaz from Manchester to discuss how undecided…
By Amanda Latimore, The Conversation
America’s opioid crisis has hit New Hampshire hard, creating an epidemic of overdoses and addiction-related health issues in the early primary state.
By Steve Peoples, Kathleen Ronayne, Thomas Beaumont, Hunter Woodall, Associated Press
Since the chaotic Iowa caucuses failed to perform their traditional function of winnowing the race, it now falls to New Hampshire to begin culling the Democratic field, which still features almost a dozen candidates.
By Holly Ramer, Associated Press
New Hampshire has one of the nation's lowest percentages of native-born residents, with only a third of those age 25 and older having been born in the state.
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