***Live Updates*** New Hampshire Primary Results

***Live Updates*** New Hampshire Primary Results

New Hampshire holds the nation’s first-in-the-nation presidential primaries on Tuesday.

Stay tuned to Breitbart News throughout the evening for live updates. All times eastern.

12:20 AM: Team Bernie all over Blankfein Tweet.

This is what panic from the Wall Street elite looks and sounds like. https://t.co/5Di1iFO424

— Faiz (@fshakir) February 12, 2020

As Mayor Buttigieg speaks, @BernieSanders supporters chant, “Wall Street Pete!” pic.twitter.com/AqUObb1OXn

— Cara Korte (@CaraKorte) February 12, 2020

12:15 AM: Dem ad makers could make some powerful ads against Bloomberg:

I also wish we could put some of these boys who went thro stop & frisk MULTIPLE times in some commercials. I listened to one young blk boy recount the story of being thrown to the ground while going to the store to buy milk and diapers for his siblings. I almost broke down…

— Charles M. Blow (@CharlesMBlow) February 12, 2020

12:01 AM: This is Biden’s argument, but many, like Van Jones, have pointed out that black voters may wonder why Biden can’t win white voters.

Only two numbers matter tonight: 99.9 and 99.8. That’s the percentage of African American and Latino voters, respectively, who have not yet been given a chance to weigh in. Let’s see who hears their voices and wins their votes, starting in Nevada and South Carolina. https://t.co/1Wi1gW8Bd1

— Antony Blinken (@ABlinken) February 12, 2020

11:49 PM: Left-wing Justice Dems: “Biden’s fifth-place showing is disastrous.” Sanders’ opponents hoping that the phrase “good teams win, great teams cover” translates over to politics.

Tonight’s results are a major victory for the progressive movement.

Voters are showing that the key to beating Trump isn’t moderation, it’s motivation.

— Justice Democrats (@justicedems) February 12, 2020

11:05 PM: Sanders bigfoots Buttigieg and is on stage. He thanks “the people of New Hampshire for a great victory tonight.” He says “this victory here is the beginning of the end for Donald Trump.” He says he won Iowa via popular vote and New Hampshire and vows to win Nevada and South Carolina.

Bernie Sanders thanks supporters in New Hampshire “for a great victory” in the Democratic primary, as ABC News projects a Sanders win.

“Let me say tonight that this victory here is the beginning of the end for Donald Trump.” https://t.co/yt8ICZwU3X pic.twitter.com/rMP3K76hDV

— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 12, 2020

11:00 PM: Outlets Projecting Sanders Win:

BREAKING: Sen. Bernie Sanders wins the New Hampshire Democratic Primary, @NBCNews projects. pic.twitter.com/6l7nVVlEMZ

— NBC News (@NBCNews) February 12, 2020

BREAKING: Decision Desk HQ projects @BernieSanders
will win the Democratic #NHPrimary pic.twitter.com/hHWpblxaug

— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) February 12, 2020

JUST IN: CBS News projects Bernie Sanders wins the New Hampshire Primary pic.twitter.com/filSUeH1lk

— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 12, 2020

10:55 PM: Sanders Supporters Boo Pete:

Buttigieg onstage congratulating Sanders for “his strong showing,” which is what you say if you beat somebody, which Buttigieg is not currently on track to do. #fitn

— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) February 12, 2020

Pete Buttigieg: “I admired Senator Sanders when I was a high school, I respect him greatly to this day, and I congratulate him on his strong showing tonight.” https://t.co/PT0ouFYIIE pic.twitter.com/UJO5E8LsZp

— ABC News (@ABC) February 12, 2020

10:50 PM: “Popular Vote!”

Scene at ⁦@BernieSanders⁩ victory rally in #NewHampshire right now: lots of nervous people looking at their phones. #2020 pic.twitter.com/1mN3ltXCoa

— Joel B. Pollak (@joelpollak) February 12, 2020

New chant alert: the crowd here at #SNHU for @BernieSanders Primary night HQ chanting “Popular Vote!”

— Gary Grumbach (@GaryGrumbach) February 12, 2020

10:28 PM: The Pundit-in-Chief keeping close tabs on his potential opponents. Buttigieg closing the gap.

Bootedgeedge (Buttigieg) is doing pretty well tonight. Giving Crazy Bernie a run for his money. Very interesting!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 12, 2020

While we wait for more results, we have preliminary delegate numbers that seem unlikely to change.

Sanders 9
Buttigieg 9
Klobuchr 6https://t.co/oxc44fNzLh pic.twitter.com/NIdxaQPq46

— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) February 12, 2020

9:55 PM

It’s looking like Sanders’s margin over Buttigieg for 1st will end up being a little smaller than Buttigieg’s margin over Klobuchar for 2nd.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) February 12, 2020

9:40 PM: Klobuchar now speaking. “Hello, America,” she says. “I’m Amy Klobuchar and I will beat Donald Trump.” She says her heart is full because “we have beaten the odds every step of the way.”

FASTEST NH Primary Results – Total of 61.62% reporting

Sanders: 26.27%
Buttigieg: 23.51%
Klobuchar: 20.22%
Warren: 9.50%
Biden: 8.47%
Steyer: 3.60%
Gabbard: 3.25%
Yang: 2.83%

Total votes cast so far: 175,587

Full results here: https://t.co/J7J00UQxN8 pic.twitter.com/awt0yeMVS2

— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) February 12, 2020

9:27 PM: Biden says “the fight to end Donald Trump’s presidency is just beginning” to pretty muted applause. He says only 2 states have voted and “we need to hear from Nevada and South Carolina.” Biden says Democrats haven’t heard from the African-American community and the Latino community. Biden says Iowa/New Hampshire were the “opening bell” and not the “closing bell.”

Biden says the loyalty of black voters have been taken for granted and he claims he has never taken their votes for granted.

9:22 PM: He may regret it if Warren drops out.

Elizabeth Warren, sometimes referred to as Pocahontas, is having a really bad night. I think she is sending signals that she wants out. Calling for unity is her way of getting there, going home, and having a “nice cold beer” with her husband!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 12, 2020

9:21 PM:

Joe and Jill Biden were streamed into his party at the Radisson hotel in Nashua. “We’re going to be back in New Hampshire. We’re going to be back there to defeat Donald Trump in November.” pic.twitter.com/rlqhiwvAqn

— Jazmine Ulloa (@jazmineulloa) February 12, 2020


JUST IN: Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren won’t make the 15% threshold to earn any national delegates from New Hampshire, according to the CNN Decision Desk #cnnelection https://t.co/nxInq80zqR pic.twitter.com/3rCpa7ojHB

— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) February 12, 2020

9:05 PM: Sanders crowd confident with 42% reporting (Sanders 27.8%, Buttigieg 23.5%, Klobuchar 19.7%).

At Bernie Sanders headquarters, supporters are cheering each time new numbers are posted from the NH primary. Sanders has a 4 point lead over Pete Buttigieg with about a third of the vote counted. pic.twitter.com/VP02ze0zkH

— Jonathan Hall (@JHall7news) February 12, 2020

8:45 PM: Biden launch party in South Carolina:

.@JoeBiden’s South Carolina launch party is getting underway here in Columbia with some music from a choir of gospel singers from local AME churches. #SC2020 pic.twitter.com/YsaB7arUIP

— Gavin Jackson (@GavinJackson) February 12, 2020

WATCH: Joe Biden repeatedly said he would win New Hampshire.

He is currently projected to finish in FIFTH PLACE and get ZERO delegates. pic.twitter.com/iJfJ7pK5Ce

— Trump War Room – Text WOKE to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) February 12, 2020

8:35 PM: Michael Bennet drops out as well.

8:25 PM: Warren railing against “factions,” claiming her campaign is best positioned to beat Trump because she can unite the party.

Elizabeth Warren speaking right now “Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg are great people. Either one of them would be a better president than Donald Trump.” #WBZ

— Kristina Rex (@KristinaRex) February 12, 2020

8:22 PM: Math not adding up for Yang.

Andrew Yang tells supporters he’s ending his campaign: “You know I am the math guy, and it is clear tonight from the numbers that we are not going to win this race. I am not someone who wants to accept donations and support in a race that we will not win.” https://t.co/V0W44DZca3 pic.twitter.com/bBH4CoXxqV

— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 12, 2020

8:00 PM: All polls closed in New Hampshire. Sanders still holding the lead with 14% reporting. Yang reportedly will suspend his campaign.

7:51 PM (12% reporting): Sanders 27.7, Buttigieg 22.4, Klobuchar 20.9

7:50 PM: Interesting framing:

The 2 leading Democrats when put up against Trump (according to yesterday’s Quinnipiac Poll):

Sanders 51%, Trump 43%.

Bloomberg 51%, Trump 42%.

So should Dems put up a Democratic Socialist or an Oligarchic Capitalist to run against an Authoritarian Sociopath?

— Robert Reich (@RBReich) February 12, 2020

7:45 PM:

NEW: A senior official from the Yang campaign says tonight’s speech will offer clarity on Andrew Yang’s path forward.

The campaign hopes to offer an forward-looking, optimistic message centered on the grassroots movement they have built.#FITN #nhpolitics pic.twitter.com/dVPJHY1n1z

— Nicole Sganga 🗳 (@NicoleSganga) February 12, 2020

7:40 PM: Potentially disastrous night for Warren/Biden:

I’m not even sure Biden or Warren will break 10% in NH. It’s one thing to finish 4th/5th, but it’s another thing entirely to finish this far back.

— Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) February 12, 2020

7:35 PM: Klobuchar likely to exceed expectations:

Why might Klobuchar do better than expected tonight?

A whopping 48% of voters said they made up their mind in the past few days (up from 25% in 2016, 38% in 2008), per NBC News exits.

And 32% said the debate was an “important” factor in their decision, 16% said “most important”

— Alex Seitz-Wald (@aseitzwald) February 11, 2020

7:28 PM: Sanders leading with 3% reporting. Buttigieg and Klobuchar battling for second.

Folks yelling “I believe that Pete will win!” here at ⁦@PeteButtigieg⁩’s event in Nashua pic.twitter.com/w2q24V1wek

— Hanna Trudo (@HCTrudo) February 12, 2020

7:10 PM: Much more scrutiny….

As New Hampshire voters made their way to the polls, Sen. Amy Klobuchar faced questions about a murder case she once oversaw as a prosecutor, in which a black teen was sentenced to life. The AP uncovered questionable police tactics in the Minnesota case. https://t.co/190zW4aZfR

— The Associated Press (@AP) February 12, 2020

“This momentum has even caught her campaign staff off-guard.”@rachelvscott reports that “something has happened in the last 48 hours…people have told me that they’re giving Amy Klobuchar a second look.” https://t.co/E7mDc03IQe #fitn pic.twitter.com/OxSGDHXAmu

— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 12, 2020

7:00 PM: Most polls now closed in New Hampshire.

If they were going to rely on a bunch of clueless non-Iowans to be precinct captains in Iowa, it would have been better to lower expectations in Iowa and focus on New Hampshire.

I am so proud of this campaign. Thank you to everyone who got us here. 🙏

— Andrew Yang (@AndrewYang) February 12, 2020

6:35 PM: The first polls close at the top of the hour. Sanders comes in as the favorite, but he may have to be “beat the spread,” so to speak, because of the media’s biases against him.

Biden already on the plane to South Carolina. Says it all:

Joe Biden fundraising email landing just after 6pm — as he is in the air to South Carolina: “My team tells me we need another $120,000 before 8 pm in order to fully execute our Get Out the Vote efforts in the Granite State.” pic.twitter.com/k1HPrzhaeZ

— Matt Viser (@mviser) February 11, 2020

Klobuchar must be getting the types of voters Biden needs. Looks like she–and her record–will get a lot more scrutiny…

Oh my — @Bakari_Sellers on Klobuchar: “disrespectful” and “not even trying” with black voters. “Is she even running for President?” Says she’s even worse than Pete with black voters.

— Peter Hamby (@PeterHamby) February 11, 2020

6:30 PM: CNN reports a lot of new voter registrations in crucial Dover. CNN’s Miguel Marquez says most of the people he has spoken to were for Sanders.

6:25 PM: Exit Polls: 81% of Democrats are ANGRY with the Trump administration.

Early exit poll reveals 81% of Democratic voters say they are angry as they cast ballots in first-in-the nation New Hampshire primary. Listen: https://t.co/Dw0cHZqOf8

— CBS News Radio (@CBSNewsRadio) February 11, 2020

NBC exit poll: 11% of voters 18-29 in New Hampshire (was 19% in 2016).

(corrected from earlier)

— Josh Kraushaar (@HotlineJosh) February 11, 2020

NEW EXIT POLLING: There is majority support (almost six in 10) in NH for a government health care plan that would replace private insurance for everyone. And for making public colleges tuition free –roughly two-thirds support.

Via Jen De Pinto, @CBSNews

— Cara Korte (@CaraKorte) February 11, 2020

NEW: Preliminary results from NH exit poll show that 45% of voters in early results are Independents; that compares with 40% in 2016

While Bernie won Independents big in ’16, that was a 2-person race, how they break in a multi-candidate race will be key

— Johnny Verhovek (@JTHVerhovek) February 11, 2020

Interesting: Warren scales back while attacking Sanders.

More from Warren memo on Sanders: “In New Hampshire, he is on track to receive around half of his 2016 vote share as well. And he hasn’t yet faced the scrutiny of his record that will surely come with any further rise.” https://t.co/Rpq4YVmUeU

— Shane Goldmacher (@ShaneGoldmacher) February 11, 2020

NEWS: The Warren campaign is pulling their money off of television in South Carolina, per a source.

They’re moving that money, plus some additional funds, towards television ads in Nevada and Maine, plus some radio and print ads in S.C.

— Kevin Robillard (@Robillard) February 11, 2020

.@ewarren greeted Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Biden supporters outside of a Portsmouth, New Hampshire, polling location after she said hello/took pics and brought donuts to her own volunteers pic.twitter.com/VGcz6sPndx

— Cheyenne Haslett (@cheyennehaslett) February 11, 2020

Last-Minute GOTV Efforts in the Granite State:

Last-Minute Get-Out-The-Vote Efforts in #NewHampshire Primary #2020 https://t.co/8FkySk7y85

— Joel B. Pollak (@joelpollak) February 11, 2020

Alton, #NewHampshire #2020 pic.twitter.com/PO4jWfiTji

— Joel B. Pollak (@joelpollak) February 11, 2020

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