Sanders moves on to NH after strong Iowa results

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"Our organizers are now leaving Iowa and going to the other places around the country where we are".

Multiple Democratic candidates are claiming some measure of success in Iowa, including Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and Sanders is hoping to keep the momentum going in New Hampshire.

Ahead of his performance, Justin Vernon released a statement about his support for Sanders: "I believe, unequivocally, that all people deserve support, love, and the freedom to choose how to live their own lives. This is an organization that is built for the long haul".

For me, she's known just as much for being the daughter and sister of Naomi and Wynonna Judd, who were absolutely ubiquitious as country-western singers in the '80s, when I was a kid in West Texas.

Killer Mike of Run The Jewels and The Strokes have also put their backing behind Sanders, with the latter joining one of his rallies on Feb 10th. Elizabeth Warren raised almost $34 million and former South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg raised about $25 million. Our precinct organizations reported based on the procedure they were trained to do. The memo: Trump threatens to outshine Democrats in Iowa, followed by Senator Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenSanders leads in Iowa caucus: poll The Memo: Trump threatens to outshine Democrats in Iowa, the RCP average.

Earlier Tuesday at a Rally in New Hampshire, Joe Biden went after Sanders on Medicare for All, saying the plan lack specifics and would never pass Congress.

Ocasio-Cortez told the magazine that the Democratic Party's attempts to keep Sanders from winning the nomination were "overkill", but suggested that it could see a situation where elements in the party could be used to Block Sanders.

He's up by 9 points over Biden in New Hampshire. "If you have a process where you can't be confident that the results are being reported are reflective of the votes that people cast last night in the process, that's a real concern".

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