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2020 Dems look to more diverse states after N.H. primary shrinks field

February 13, 2020
Amna Nawaz | PBS NewsHour
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, former Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar emerged from Tuesday's New Hampshire primary with new momentum, while the Democratic field also shrank by three, as Andrew Yang, Sen. Michael Bennet and Deval Patrick left the race. But the road to the Democratic convention is long, and eight candidates are still in the running.
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'Stakes are incredibly high': New Hampshire voters feel the pressure as primary looms

February 10, 2020
Susan Page | USA Today
The volatility in the New Hampshire electorate and the high stakes of its primary fueled an escalation in political attack and counterattack during a fierce final weekend of campaigning. Whatever happens Tuesday, the results are likely to clarify the contest, streamline the field and signal the Democratic message ahead.
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Buttigieg, Sanders nearly tied as Iowa caucus results narrow

February 6, 2020
Julie Pace, Steve Peoples | AP
Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders are nearly tied in the Iowa Democratic caucuses, with nearly all results counted in a contest marred by technical issues and reporting delays.
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Buttigieg and Sanders take lead, Biden fades in partial results from marred Iowa caucuses

February 5, 2020
Toluse Olorunnipa, Annie Linskey, Chelsea Janes | The Washington Post
Former South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg emerged Tuesday as the early leader in the Iowa caucuses, running ahead of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and other top Democrats, according to partial results released Tuesday after almost a day of delay and confusion.
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In Iowa, anxiety and unpredictability cloud caucus finish

February 3, 2020
Julie Pace, Sara Burnett | AP
Underlying the bold pronouncements, campaigns and voters acknowledged a palpable sense of unpredictability and anxiety as Democrats begin selecting which candidate to send on to a November face-off with President Donald Trump.
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Andrew Yang Puts Autism In The Spotlight, But Policy Questions Linger

January 4, 2020
| NPR
Some advocates say his policy proposals meant to help people on the autism spectrum and with disabilities lack heft and specificity
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