new hampshire

New Hampshire Results

The New Hampshire primary delivers big wins for the anti-establishment candidates in both parties.

  Last night’s New Hampshire primary results came in earlier than anticipated, with both winners finishing big. Senator Bernie Sanders ran off with 60% of the Democratic votes, Hillary Clinton a distant second with 38%. On the GOP side, Donald Trump took the win a 35% majority. Governor John Kasich came in second with 16%. Next on the campaign trail: …

First Primary Tonight

All eyes are on New Hampshire for tonight's primary.

  The one hundred year old tradition continues tonight as New Hampshire holds the first primary of the Presidential election. This year is expected to draw a record turnout thanks to a combination of state pride and the crowded field of candidates. There’s no clear front-runner, either- polling shows almost half of voters are undecided.

New Hampshire Eve

Presidential candidates make their final efforts to sway voters before tomorrow's primary.

    Things are looking tight before tomorrow’s New Hampshire primary. Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton spent the weekend in Flint, Michigan, to meet with residents affected by the water crisis. Following a narrow victory in Iowa, she trails Senator Bernie Sanders in the New Hampshire polls. For the GOP. Donald Trump is looking to bounce back from his loss in…

Democratic Debate Dogfight

Senator Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton pounded away at one another in last night's Democratic Debate.

    The two Democrat candidates still running for President faced off in a one-on-one debate and despot the small size, they made noise. Hillary Clinton needed to stem some of Bernie Sanders’ momentum following her narrow win in Iowa. Sanders was building on his high polling, even higher in New Hampshire, and continued his progressivist campaign. The New Hampshire…

Democratic Town Hall

Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders participated in the same town hall event in New Hampshire.

It wasn’t a debate, but both remaining Democratic presidential candidates discussed their views and progressive records during a town hall meeting in Derry, NH. Fresh off her narrow win in the Iowa caucus, Clinton is polling behind Sanders as the New Hampshire primary is a week away.