POLL: Who would you most like to see Trump beat in November?
The New Hampshire primary election Tuesday night shook things up among Democratic presidential candidates, bumping the previously-assumed front-runner down to fifth place and leaving three candidates near the top.
Two Democrat candidates, Andrew Yang and Michael Bennet, bailed out of the race Tuesday night, and another, former Massachusetts governor Patrick Deval, suspended his campaign Wednesday morning.
Socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders finished at the top at 25.7% of the vote, with former Indiana mayor Pete Buttigieg close behind him at 24.4%.
In a surprise move, Sen. Amy Klobuchar received third place, with 19.8% of the vote.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren fell to fourth place, and Biden trailed in at fifth place, with neither of them qualifying to receive any of the state’s delegates.
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Dennis Michael Lynch, founder of DMLNewsApp and TeamDML.com weighed in Tuesday on the alarming momentum of the socialist movement in the America, as Bernie Sanders has “escaped” to the top in the Democratic presidential race.
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