New Hampshire

RED SCARE: Bernie Sanders Wins New Hampshire, Takes Command of Democratic Party

Klobuchar surges, Biden hunkers down in South Carolina, Warren tries her best

NASHUA, N.H. — Dreary weather failed to dampen voter turnout in New Hampshire's "first in the nation" primary, and it couldn't stop the socialist revolution brewing in the heart of the Democratic Party. ABC and NBC News declared Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) the winner of the Granite State primary on Tuesday, albeit by a narrower margin than many had anticipated.

MSNBC Has to Scroll to Find Biden in NH Results

Kornacki and Biden / YouTube MSNBC political correspondent Steve Kornacki on Tuesday had to scroll up twice to find Joe Biden's name on his New Hampshire exit poll chart, prompting anchor Brian Williams to say it's never a good sign when your name is near the bottom.

BERN NOTICE: Sanders Poised to Seize Victory in New Hampshire

Buttigieg blooms, Klobuchar surges, Warren persists, Biden participates

MANCHESTER, N.H.—The main players in the 2020 presidential race were all in New Hampshire on Monday making their pitch to voters ahead of the Granite State's "first in the nation" primary. Elizabeth Warren was also here, persisting, and promoting her "intersectional policy," though no one seemed to care. She did, however, offer some cheery soundbites about not quitting that will be fun to recall when she inevitably does just that.

Buttigieg Box Watch: Mayor Pete Has a Height Problem

Shorter than Bloomberg? Colluding with Google? The American people deserve the truth

Former mayors Michael Bloomberg and Pete Buttigieg are each vying to become the shortest U.S. president elected since William McKinley (5'7") in 1896. Only one of them, however, will take the stage Friday night at the Democratic primary debate in New Hampshire.