Sanders draws a crowd at NH rally


"I arrived in New Hampshire to see we're tied for second". Bernie Sanders raised almost $35 million, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), with zero delegates.

When asked whether he thought Sanders or Trump would be more successful with the United States economy, Bloomberg replied, "I have no idea". "Minor problem. But other than that, we know that we did incredibly well", Klobuchar told a crowd of supporters who greeted her in Manchester.

Warren outperformed expectations in Iowa, and because of all these, I wouldn't count her out in New Hampshire either.

For me, she's known just as much for being the daughter and sister of Naomi and Wynonna Judd, who were absolutely ubiquitious as country-western singers in the '80s, when I was a kid in West Texas. Partial results show Sanders in an nearly draw for first with Pete Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, in the opening games of Monday's Iowa caucuses.

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Democratic Party officials in Iowa said the results of Monday's caucuses would be released later Tuesday as they verified results by way of the paper trail but reiterated that the fiasco was not caused by "a hack or intrusion".

It was Tip O'Neill, I think, who once noted that if the Democratic Party were transplanted to Europe-that is, to nations that had a multiparty system and proportional representation-it would break up into five separate parties. Late last week Justin Vernon of Bon Iver played an acoustic set at a Sanders rally in Clive, Iowa, while The Strokes recently endorsed Sanders and announced they'd be performing at an upcoming rally later this month.

He noted that the Trump administration and a Republican-led Congress came within one vote of repealing the Obama administration's health care law, which largely prevents private insurers from denying coverage for people with preexisting conditions.

With the Dems locked in a battle for New Hampshire, the three-week-long trial threw a curveball at the candidates.