New Hampshire Results 2020 | What It All Means

Hey! I’m at the Buttigieg party, where they’ve crammed us into a gym and the Carly Rae Jepson is already blaring. I’m watching the suburbs, particularly those around Manchester, Nashua and Portsmouth. I realize that’s not a candidate, but whoever can run up the score in those communities will likely be in contention with Bernie Sanders at the top, if he pulls off a victory. Back in 2016, Sanders did well everywhere in New Hampshire, except in the suburbs. If there’s someone who can own those areas, that’ll give us a clue as to who of the non-Sanders candidates (say, Pete Buttigieg or Amy Klobuchar) may emerge in the other top slot. Buttigieg did well in the Iowa suburbs, can he do it again in New Hampshire? If Elizabeth Warren struggles there, too, may also be a bad sign for the long-term viability for her candidacy.

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