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Sanders, Buttigieg lead in New Hampshire; Klobuchar gains ground

Reuters Monday, 10 February 2020 ()
Democratic presidential contenders Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders began the last full day of campaigning in New Hampshire on Monday hoping to build on their momentum after topping the field in the Iowa caucuses last week.
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News video: Sanders, Buttigieg In The Lead Going Into New Hampshire Primary

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Laura Podesta reports the latest CBS News Tracker poll shows Senator Bernie Sanders in the lead in New Hampshire with 29 percent support.

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