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Sanders projected to win the New Hampshire Democratic primary: NBC News

Reuters Wednesday, 12 February 2020 ()
Bernie Sanders is projected to win New Hampshire's Democratic presidential primary on Tuesday, edging out rival Pete Buttigieg, solidifying his front-runner status in the nominating race, according to NBC News.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders is projected to win New Hampshire’s Democratic presidential primary. According to Reuters, Sanders is set to beat Mayor Pete Buttigieg by a slim margin. NBC News described Sanders’ win over Buttigieg as solidifying Sanders’ front-runner status. In a surge of popularity, Sen....

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