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2020: What New Hampshire Results Portend For Dem Candidates In South Carolina




Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) takes the stage during a primary night event on February 11, 2020 in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) takes the stage during a primary night event on February 11, 2020 in Manchester, New Hampshire.
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Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire’s presidential primary, edging moderate rival Pete Buttigieg and scoring the first clear victory in the Democratic Party’s chaotic 2020 nomination fight.

In his Tuesday night win, the 78-year-old Sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, beat back a strong challenge from the 38-year-old former mayor of South Bend, Indiana. The dueling Democrats represent different generations, see divergent paths to the nomination and embrace conflicting visions of America’s future.

As Sanders and Buttigieg celebrated, Amy Klobuchar scored an unexpected third-place finish that gives her a road out of New Hampshire as the primary season moves on to the string of state-by-state contests that lie ahead.

Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden posted disappointing fourth and fifth place finishes respectively and were on track to finish with zero delegates from the state.

We dive into last night’s results, as well as what’s coming up in South Carolina and Nevada. 

With files from the Associated Press.

Guests:

Daniel Barrick, news director at New Hampshire Public Radio; he tweets @danielbarrick

Jamie Lovegrove, political reporter for The Post and Courier, the daily newspaper for Charleston, South Carolina and the state’s largest newspaper; he tweets @jslovegrove

Amanda Renteria, senior advisor for Emerge America, a national organization that works to identify and train Democratic women who want to run for political office; she is the former national political director for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and has been a staffer for Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Debbie Stabenow (D-MI); she tweets @AmandaRenteria

Nomiki Konst, founding member and board director of the newly launched organization, Matriarch, which aims to help progressive working class women run for Congress; he is the host of “The Nomiki Show” on YouTube; former member of the DNC Unity Reform Commission, which worked to increase participation in the Democratic Party and reform the presidential primary process; former Bernie Sanders surrogate in 2016; she tweets @NomikiKonst

Zachary Courser, visiting assistant professor of government at Claremont McKenna College and co-director of the CMC Policy Lab ; he tweets @zcourser