Hello, and welcome to another edition of ‘Live-Blogging on Shish on Politics’. Tonight it is 2020 New Hampshire Primary. The question will any democrat beat Bernie Sanders in a neighbor state of him.
It is 2020 New Hampshire Primary, coming up shortly.
7:22 p.m.: Andrew Yang dropped out of the race.
7:22 p.m.: Former Vice President Joe Biden is in South Carolina, getting ready for that Primary in February 29th. Why isn't Biden in Nevada? Nevada Caucus is on February 22nd.
7:27 p.m.: Bernie won the Under 45 Voters, while Klobuchar won the Senior Voters.
7:30 p.m.: Elizabeth Warren with 11% of the vote with 15% of the precincts vote.
7:36 p.m.: Colorado Senator Michael Bennet drops out of the race.
7:41 p.m.: CNN has Buttigieg cut into Bernie Sanders' Lead. Klobuchar is in 3rd with 20% of the vote, with 32% precincts reporting. Warren is under double-digits.
7:46 p.m.: 57 % of the New Hampshire Vote are female. Klobuchar has the lead in White-College Women. Bernie Sanders has the lead with White Men without a college degree.
7:59 p.m.: Elizabeth Warren calling for unity.
8:05 p.m.: With 42% precincts reporting, CNN reporting Bernie leading with 27.8 % of the vote. Buttigieg is 2nd, with 23.5 % of the vote. And Klobuchar is in 3rd, with 19.7 % of the vote.
8:18 p.m.: MSNBC is worried about Trump getting revenge over impeachment.
8:24 p.m.: Newsy is in their Newsy Tonight.
8:25 p.m.: Fox Business is reporting Bernie Sanders' is at 26.8 % of the vote.
8:36 p.m.: Newsy has 44 % of the precincts reporting, Bernie still leading with 27.6%. Pete Buttigieg is in 2nd, with 23.6% of the vote. Klobuchar has 19.9% of the vote.
8:39 p.m.: Concord has Klobuchar is in 2nd, with all of the precincts reporting.
8:40 p.m.: Joe Biden speaking in South Carolina.
8:41 p.m: Amy Klobuchar is now speaking at her New Hampshire Headquarters.
8:41 p.m.: CNN has 52 % of precincts reporting, Bernie has 27.1 % of the vote.
8:42 p.m.: Klobuchar told her supporters that she is going to Nevada, South Carolina, and rest of the country. At least she wasn't as psychotic as Howard Dean.
8:48 p.m.: With 56% of precincts reporting, Bernie leading Mayor Pete 26.7% of the 23.8% of the vote.
8:52 p.m.: CNN is giving a lot of air time for Amy Klobuchar, unlike the other candidates.
9:08 p.m: Cheddar is reporting Bernie under 26 % of the vote. Klobuchar is over 20.0 % of the vote.
9:15 p.m.: CNN has 66% of precincts reporting. Bernie 26.4 %, Mayor Pete 23.9 %, Amy 20.0 %
9:19 p.m: Fox News has 63 % of precincts reporting. Bernie 25.9%, Mayor Pete 24.0 %, Amy 20.1 %
9:22 p.m: MSNBC is not using decimals. Bernie 26%, Mayor Pete 24%, Amy 20%. Mayor Pete still has a 1 delegate lead over Bernie Sanders.
9:25 p.m.: MSNBC shows the map of New Hampshire. They are looking at 4 spots on the borders of New Hampshire. But their a few of the precincts by the Concord Area still awaiting results. They are precincts not called by the New Hampshire/Maine Border.
9:30 p.m.: Josh Johnson is complaining about Iowa and New Hampshire starting off the primary and its demographics. He claims Klobuchar is speaking to voters outside Democratic Voters.
9:37 p.m: Lawrence O'Donnell called the Bill Weld Voters, 'The Romney Block'.
9:40 p.m.: MSNBC has 79% of precincts reporting. Sanders has a 4100 vote lead over Mayor Pete. Precincts near Concord are not called yet.
9:49 p.m.: Washington Post Writer almost speaking an euology for Joe Biden's Campaign, if he doesn't win South Carolina. And the talk of Michael Bloomberg was bought up.
9:51 p.m.: MSNBC has 82% of the precincts reporting. Sanders leading Buttigieg by 4200 votes.
9:53 p.m.: Mayor Pete is speaking to his New Hampshire Faithful.
9:54 p.m.: Congratulates Bernie Sanders for his 'Strong showing Tonight'.
9:57 p.m.: Mayor Pete using the Howard Dean, 'Moving On' speech minus the craziness.
9:59 p.m.: MSNBC called the race for Bernie Sanders.
10:00 p.m.: Fox News has 75% of the precincts reporting. Too Close to Call. Bernie 26.2 %; Mayor Pete 24.2 %; Amy 19.7 %.
10:02 p.m.: CNN has 86 % of the precincts reporting. Bernie 26.1 %; Mayor Pete 24.3 %, Amy 19.8 %
10:07 p.m.: Bernie Sanders now speaking to supporters.
10:07 p.m.: CNN has 87% of precincts reporting. Bernie 26.0%; Mayor Pete 24.3%; Amy 19.9%
10:08 p.m.: Bernie is declaring himself the winner of New Hampshire.
10:10 p.m. Bernie limited his Howard Dean impression to Nevada and South Carolina.
10:15 p.m.: Bernie did his platform talking points.
10:16 p.m.: CNN has just called the New Hampshire Primary to Bernie Sanders.
10:18 p.m.: Fox News has projected Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire Primary.
Bernie had a scare by Mayor Pete, but Bernie hold on for the win. Not surprising Mayor Pete won the most delegates in Iowa and Bernie won New Hampshire. A big surprise that Senator Amy Klobuchar finished 3rd.
A big disappointments for Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden. For Warren she couldn't attract voters in a neighboring state of Massachusetts. For Biden, not surprising he lost, but only having single digit percentage points.
Biden putting his hopes on South Carolina, but he realistically he needs to win Nevada Caucus, where a union presence is over there for a caucus format. Mayor Pete needs to win Nevada if he wants to win the nomination.
But the wild card is Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, waiting for Super Tuesday on March 3rd.
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