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New Hampshire Primary - in progress



New Hampshire 2020 Primary: Live Coverage as Voting Begins


https://www.nytimes.com/live/2020/new-hampshire-primary-02-11

  • The first-in-the-nation primary is underway as New Hampshire voters weigh in on an unsettled Democratic presidential field. Polls will begin closing at 7 p.m.

  • Bernie Sanders has led polling averages, with Pete Buttigieg nipping at his heels and Joseph R. Biden Jr., Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar in the mix. Tulsi Gabbard, Andrew Yang, Tom Steyer, Deval Patrick and Michael Bennet have also campaigned hard in the state.

  • In a surprise move, Mr. Biden announced that he would leave New Hampshire early and head for South Carolina, where he expects to do well.

  • More than 40 percent of voters are independents and can participate in either party’s primary. There’s a Republican primary, too, but President Trump faces no serious threat.

  • A handful of votes have already been counted from tiny towns that vote after midnight, so our results pages already have some data filled in (but not much of it).


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Reply #1 posted 02/11/20 5:26pm

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Yang just dropped out.

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Reply #2 posted 02/11/20 5:28pm

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Updated 8:24 PM ET15% reporting

CandidateVotesPct.
Sanders Bernie Sanders 10,643 29.0%
Buttigieg Pete Buttigieg 8,249 22.5%
Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar 7,190 19.6%
Warren Elizabeth Warren 4,298 11.7%
Biden Joseph R. Biden Jr. 2,889 7.9%
Yang Andrew Yang 1,085 3.0%
Steyer Tom Steyer 973 2.6%
Gabbard Tulsi Gabbard 815 2.2%
Total Write-ins Total Write-ins 265 0.7%
Patrick Deval Patrick 123 0.3%
Bennet Michael Bennet 103 0.3%
Booker Cory Booker 15 0.0%
Delaney John Delaney 14 0.0%
Harris Kamala Harris 10 0.0%
Williamson Marianne Williamson 8 0.0%
Burke Steve Burke 6 0.0%
Koos Tom Koos 6 0.0%
Bullock Steve Bullock 5 0.0%
Sestak Joe Sestak 5 0.0%
Thistle David Thistle 4 0.0%
Dunlap Jason Dunlap 3 0.0%
Ellinger Michael Ellinger 3 0.0%
Gleiberman Ben Gleiberman 3 0.0%
Greenstein Mark Greenstein 3 0.0%
Hewes Henry Hewes 3 0.0%
Boyd Mosie Boyd 2 0.0%
Castro Julián Castro 2 0.0%
Wells Robby Wells 2 0.0%
Krichevsky Rita Krichevsky 1 0.0%
Moroz Raymond Moroz 1 0.0%
Torgesen Thomas Torgesen 1 0.0%
De La Fuente III Roque De La Fuente III 0 0.0%
Kraus Lorenz Kraus 0 0.0%
Sloan Sam Sloan 0 0.0%
Others Others 3,461 9.4%



LOL, who are these people?

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poppys said:

Updated 8:24 PM ET15% reporting

CandidateVotesPct.
Sanders Bernie Sanders 10,643 29.0%
Buttigieg Pete Buttigieg 8,249 22.5%
Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar 7,190 19.6%
Warren Elizabeth Warren 4,298 11.7%
Biden Joseph R. Biden Jr. 2,889 7.9%
Yang Andrew Yang 1,085 3.0%
Steyer Tom Steyer 973 2.6%
Gabbard Tulsi Gabbard 815 2.2%
Total Write-ins Total Write-ins 265 0.7%
Patrick Deval Patrick 123 0.3%
Bennet Michael Bennet 103 0.3%
Booker Cory Booker 15 0.0%
Delaney John Delaney 14 0.0%
Harris Kamala Harris 10 0.0%
Williamson Marianne Williamson 8 0.0%
Burke Steve Burke 6 0.0%
Koos Tom Koos 6 0.0%
Bullock Steve Bullock 5 0.0%
Sestak Joe Sestak 5 0.0%
Thistle David Thistle 4 0.0%
Dunlap Jason Dunlap 3 0.0%
Ellinger Michael Ellinger 3 0.0%
Gleiberman Ben Gleiberman 3 0.0%
Greenstein Mark Greenstein 3 0.0%
Hewes Henry Hewes 3 0.0%
Boyd Mosie Boyd 2 0.0%
Castro Julián Castro 2 0.0%
Wells Robby Wells 2 0.0%
Krichevsky Rita Krichevsky 1 0.0%
Moroz Raymond Moroz 1 0.0%
Torgesen Thomas Torgesen 1 0.0%
De La Fuente III Roque De La Fuente III 0 0.0%
Kraus Lorenz Kraus 0 0.0%
Sloan Sam Sloan 0 0.0%
Others Others 3,461 9.4%



LOL, who are these people?


I would love to meet the 10 people who voted for Kamala.

Apparently they don't even realize she dropped out long ago!


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Reply #4 posted 02/11/20 6:38pm

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Amy and Biden's standing are the interesting points to me.

Biden and his supporters should be shitting brinks.


Amy and her supporters should be happy as hell.

poppys said:

Updated 8:24 PM ET15% reporting

CandidateVotesPct.
Sanders Bernie Sanders 10,643 29.0%
Buttigieg Pete Buttigieg 8,249 22.5%
Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar 7,190 19.6%
Warren Elizabeth Warren 4,298 11.7%
Biden Joseph R. Biden Jr. 2,889 7.9%


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Reply #5 posted 02/11/20 6:47pm

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v10letblues said:

Amy and Biden's standing are the interesting points to me.

Biden and his supporters should be shitting brinks.


Amy and her supporters should be happy as hell.

poppys said:

Updated 8:24 PM ET15% reporting

CandidateVotesPct.
Sanders Bernie Sanders 10,643 29.0%
Buttigieg Pete Buttigieg 8,249 22.5%
Klobuchar Amy Klobuchar 7,190 19.6%
Warren Elizabeth Warren 4,298 11.7%
Biden Joseph R. Biden Jr. 2,889 7.9%



Yeah, that is pretty cool. She's gotten a lot accomplished in her career too, admirable.

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Reply #6 posted 02/11/20 7:01pm

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24 delegates in New HampshireIn Progress
55.81% precincts reporting
Candidate
Delegates added
Votes
Percent of vote
Bernie Sanders
3
37,493
26.5%
Pete Buttigieg
3
33,502
23.68%
Amy Klobuchar
0
27,991
19.78%
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Reply #7 posted 02/11/20 7:56pm

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Buttigeig is doing great.....ESPECIALLY as all progressive media has been uniformingly gunning for him.

Good to see that people are ignoring the loons at TYT and and the like.

Good to see Amy get her props.

Good to see a man like Bernie getting the props he deserves, especially because of how mainstream media did him dirty last election.

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This is Bernie territory. so his campaign has to worry about a newcomer nipping so close at his heels. Still a big win for Bernie.

The Hill, TYT, Sam Sanders, Jimmy Dore and RT, the whole lot of loud supposed democratic friendly "progressive" outlets are going to have to work overtime. to figure out how to derail Buttigeig. No one is buying their bullshit. i think people are starting to figure out those people get that they are either just fools, or out no shame patsies like Russian Television.

Anyhow, good for Buttigeig.

THE STAR of the moment is Amy. She has been running a calm cool campaign without the help of the creeps listed above and keeps chugging along with the refreshing voice of reason.

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Yes, winning was a huge blow to Sanders. Buttigieg lost, which is clearly a win for him, especially losing to Sanders, to whom he's lost twice now, making Sanders' win even more disappointing. Team Sanders needs a big loss to win next time.

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I'M JUST KIDDING (and stealing someone else's joke as well)

I think Buttigieg is a bland, sucking-up-to the establishment candidate who would lose to Trump and even if he didn't would do nothing for the disenfranchised in America bar talk in empty sub-Obama wannabe platitudes. However, there is no denying that he has his supporters and is doing very well so far.

It'll be interesting to see what happens to him when Bloomberg tries to buy the election.





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jaawwnn said:

I'M JUST KIDDING (and stealing someone else's joke as well)

I think Buttigieg is a bland, sucking-up-to the establishment candidate who would lose to Trump and even if he didn't would do nothing for the disenfranchised in America bar talk in empty sub-Obama wannabe platitudes. However, there is no denying that he has his supporters and is doing very well so far.

It'll be interesting to see what happens to him when Bloomberg tries to buy the election.





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After listening to that tape of him in his own words doggedly embracing the targeting of "brown kids" in minority neighborhoods (creating the data loop) he purports supports his circular logic...he is unelectable.

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And alas, my own data clearly supports the supposition that everyone who shoots themselves in the foot, or anywhere else, with their own stupidity cripples or killls himself..

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So let's save taxpayers a lot of money and focus directly on Bloomberg. We need to stop and frisk Bloomberg before he hurts anyone else.

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A year ago no one knew who Pete Buttigieg was, so props to his campaign for what they have managed to do in that time. A top teir openly gay married man leading the delegate count. No matter what happens thats history making shit.

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Reply #13 posted 02/12/20 11:50am

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As I said many threads ago, Buttigieg is a prime candidte for Vice. But maybe so is Klobuchar.

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I really think that Biden's time has passed. I believe that if he would have gotten in the race 4 years ago, that he would have gotten the nod instead of Hiliary. I understand his reason why he didn't throw his hat in because of his son Beau. This time around he threw his hat in the ring, and Hunter is the one who has brought him down.

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Reply #15 posted 02/14/20 7:32am

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PennyPurple said:

I really think that Biden's time has passed. I believe that if he would have gotten in the race 4 years ago, that he would have gotten the nod instead of Hiliary. I understand his reason why he didn't throw his hat in because of his son Beau. This time around he threw his hat in the ring, and Hunter is the one who has brought him down.

Hunter did not bring him down... but they should both be investgaged... what kills joe is in no order and not limited to:

his pervert Chester child molesting ways... (this can not even be argued)

he loony reactions... (this is not new) calling a woman dog face and a man fat?

His bragging about leveraging the billion dollars to get the guy fired in light of hunter getting a job (even he said looked bad and even he admitted he was not experienced in that field and that it would likely not gotten the job if not for his dad's position) a few weeks after joe got his gig.,,,

his record of placating minorities (saying republians want to put black people back in chains?)

No one is coming for your abortion: they just want common-sense abortion regulations: background checks, waiting periods, lifetime limits, take a class, and a small tax.
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Reply #16 posted 02/14/20 2:59pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

PennyPurple said:

I really think that Biden's time has passed. I believe that if he would have gotten in the race 4 years ago, that he would have gotten the nod instead of Hiliary. I understand his reason why he didn't throw his hat in because of his son Beau. This time around he threw his hat in the ring, and Hunter is the one who has brought him down.

Hunter did not bring him down... but they should both be investgaged... what kills joe is in no order and not limited to:

his pervert Chester child molesting ways... (this can not even be argued)

he loony reactions... (this is not new) calling a woman dog face and a man fat?

His bragging about leveraging the billion dollars to get the guy fired in light of hunter getting a job (even he said looked bad and even he admitted he was not experienced in that field and that it would likely not gotten the job if not for his dad's position) a few weeks after joe got his gig.,,,

his record of placating minorities (saying republians want to put black people back in chains?)

I guess I should have explained it better.

Trump using Hunter to bring Biden down.

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Reply #17 posted 02/14/20 3:45pm

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PennyPurple said:



OnlyNDaUsa said:




PennyPurple said:


I really think that Biden's time has passed. I believe that if he would have gotten in the race 4 years ago, that he would have gotten the nod instead of Hiliary. I understand his reason why he didn't throw his hat in because of his son Beau. This time around he threw his hat in the ring, and Hunter is the one who has brought him down.




Hunter did not bring him down... but they should both be investgaged... what kills joe is in no order and not limited to:



his pervert Chester child molesting ways... (this can not even be argued)

he loony reactions... (this is not new) calling a woman dog face and a man fat?

His bragging about leveraging the billion dollars to get the guy fired in light of hunter getting a job (even he said looked bad and even he admitted he was not experienced in that field and that it would likely not gotten the job if not for his dad's position) a few weeks after joe got his gig.,,,

his record of placating minorities (saying republians want to put black people back in chains?)



I guess I should have explained it better.


Trump using Hunter to bring Biden down.



Even Hunter agrees it looks bad so they should welcome an investigation.
No one is coming for your abortion: they just want common-sense abortion regulations: background checks, waiting periods, lifetime limits, take a class, and a small tax.
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Don't know where to put this 'hot' piece of information but I heard on ABC News tonight that Bloomberg is saying he will pick Hiliary Clinton as his running mate... eek BAD move. sad

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PennyPurple said:

Don't know where to put this 'hot' piece of information but I heard on ABC News tonight that Bloomberg is saying he will pick Hiliary Clinton as his running mate... eek BAD move. sad


Why do you think it's a bad move? It will help Bloomberg get the establishment Dem vote, and everyone who wants to see the first ever female VP.

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Pokeno4Money said:

PennyPurple said:

Don't know where to put this 'hot' piece of information but I heard on ABC News tonight that Bloomberg is saying he will pick Hiliary Clinton as his running mate... eek BAD move. sad


Why do you think it's a bad move? It will help Bloomberg get the establishment Dem vote, and everyone who wants to see the first ever female VP.

Actually, if he brings her in then it's going to be the same ole, same ole. It's time for a change. We need younger people, who are up with the times.

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PennyPurple said:

Pokeno4Money said:


Why do you think it's a bad move? It will help Bloomberg get the establishment Dem vote, and everyone who wants to see the first ever female VP.

Actually, if he brings her in then it's going to be the same ole, same ole. It's time for a change. We need younger people, who are up with the times.


Well, younger people as in Pete. Not the far left liberals with little experience.

Regardless of what's a better option, Hillary can only help Bloomberg's chances.

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PennyPurple said:

Don't know where to put this 'hot' piece of information but I heard on ABC News tonight that Bloomberg is saying he will pick Hiliary Clinton as his running mate... eek BAD move. sad

that sets them up for a challenge as they are both currently from New York. Wasn't this almost an issue with Bush and Cheney? Cheney at the time resided in Texas. But moved back to wyoming. So if this happens who will move?

No one is coming for your abortion: they just want common-sense abortion regulations: background checks, waiting periods, lifetime limits, take a class, and a small tax.
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OnlyNDaUsa said:

PennyPurple said:

Don't know where to put this 'hot' piece of information but I heard on ABC News tonight that Bloomberg is saying he will pick Hiliary Clinton as his running mate... eek BAD move. sad

that sets them up for a challenge as they are both currently from New York. Wasn't this almost an issue with Bush and Cheney? Cheney at the time resided in Texas. But moved back to wyoming. So if this happens who will move?


Both can't be from the same state? Interesting, I never knew that. Why is that rule in effect?

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Pokeno4Money said:

OnlyNDaUsa said:

that sets them up for a challenge as they are both currently from New York. Wasn't this almost an issue with Bush and Cheney? Cheney at the time resided in Texas. But moved back to wyoming. So if this happens who will move?


Both can't be from the same state? Interesting, I never knew that. Why is that rule in effect?

they can both be from the same state but there is an issue with how electors can vote. Something like an elector from a state can not vote for a P and VP from their state... it's the 12rd amendment... or something.

So from a large state like NY it could happen that we has a Dem President and a Rep VP (those electors would not vote of the other party but for some 3rd party...at least that is what i would do)

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

they can both be from the same state but there is an issue with how electors can vote. Something like an elector from a state can not vote for a P and VP from their state... it's the 12rd amendment... or something.

So from a large state like NY it could happen that we has a Dem President and a Rep VP (those electors would not vote of the other party but for some 3rd party...at least that is what i would do)

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Okay thanks!

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PennyPurple said:

Pokeno4Money said:


Why do you think it's a bad move? It will help Bloomberg get the establishment Dem vote, and everyone who wants to see the first ever female VP.

Actually, if he brings her in then it's going to be the same ole, same ole. It's time for a change. We need younger people, who are up with the times.

Oh. please - she would not consider it.

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DiminutiveRocker said:

PennyPurple said:

Actually, if he brings her in then it's going to be the same ole, same ole. It's time for a change. We need younger people, who are up with the times.

Oh. please - she would not consider it.

Let's hope not, we need a Dem to win office and picking her isn't going to win anything.

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PennyPurple said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

Oh. please - she would not consider it.

Let's hope not, we need a Dem to win office and picking her isn't going to win anything.

Why put hope or any energy into an unfounded rumor. shrug

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

Pokeno4Money said:


Both can't be from the same state? Interesting, I never knew that. Why is that rule in effect?

they can both be from the same state but there is an issue with how electors can vote. Something like an elector from a state can not vote for a P and VP from their state... it's the 12rd amendment... or something.

So from a large state like NY it could happen that we has a Dem President and a Rep VP (those electors would not vote of the other party but for some 3rd party...at least that is what i would do)

[Edited 2/16/20 13:21pm]

Huh? We don't vote for VP's.


Do you have a link?


I know that the mods always tell me I have to post the links...

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