|February 10, 2020: With 100% of precincts reporting, the Iowa Democratic Party projected the national delegate counts for each candidate. Seven Democratic presidential candidates debated Friday night in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Since 1976, how many presidential candidates have won the New Hampshire primary and their party’s nomination after losing the Iowa caucuses?
“Bernie Sanders was battered in Iowa with more than $800,000 in TV attack ads that labeled him a socialist and argued he couldn’t beat President Trump.
Here in New Hampshire, the opposite has happened: The airwaves are free of anti-Sanders spots in the days before the first-in-the-nation-primary, and he’s watching the moderates shank each other.”
– Holly Otterbein and Stephanie Murray, Politico
Seven Democratic presidential candidates debated Friday night in Manchester, New Hampshire: Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer, Elizabeth Warren, and Andrew Yang.
The candidates discussed electability, healthcare, impeachment, foreign policy, drug policy, gun policy, the Supreme Court, race, and climate change. Sanders had the most speaking time at 20.1 minutes. Yang spoke the least at 8.1 minutes.
For highlights from the debate for each candidate, click here.
Iowa Caucus Results
With 100% of precincts reporting, the Iowa Democratic Party projected Pete Buttigieg will win 14 national delegates, Bernie Sanders 12, Elizabeth Warren 8, Joe Biden 6, and Amy Klobuchar 1.
The Sanders campaign announced on Sunday that it would request a partial recanvass of the caucus results before the extended deadline on Monday.
Flashback: February 10, 2016
Carly Fiorina and Chris Christie suspended their presidential campaigns after finishing outside of the top five candidates in the New Hampshire Republican primary.
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