DemDaily New Hampshire: While we wait for the final results

While tonight's New Hampshire primary is just the second contest in the four-month nomination race, it is an important benchmark in narrowing the candidate field.
Most polls are open from 7am to 7pm, but under NH state law, towns with populations of under 100 are eligible to cast their vote when the clock strikes midnight - then close the polling station as soon as everyone has voted (Dixville Notch, population 12, cast the first votes this morning).
Odds are on Sanders to beat Clinton by a comfortable +12 margin, and Trump to prevail with +16 spread, but the real contest is for the runner-up slots.

 HRC-inNH

HRC and crew in
New Hampshire
 
 
See the current Presidential Primary & Caucus Schedule on DemList.com.

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