Elizabeth Warren turned her eye to New Hampshire following Monday’s Iowa Caucus fiasco, during which technical glitches delayed results from the Hawkeye State caucuses.
“Iowa is what it is,” Warren told reporters after a town hall in Keene, New Hampshire.
The Bay State senator addressed Granite State voters a week before the state’s primary, and told the press that she, Pete Buttigieg, and Bernie Sanders took the top three spots in Iowa according to internal results.
Voters in turn said the New Hampshire primary now takes on greater weight after Iowa’s mess.
“New Hampshire’s now the most important,” said Keene resident Arthur Simington.
“I just hope the New Hampshire primary goes much smoother,” said Keene voter Faith Cyr. “I’m hoping that Elizabeth can really take over.”
The top eight democratic candidates will go head-to-head in a debate in Manchester Friday night, airing on ABC at 8:00 p.m.