12 February 2020
Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday called on the Democratic Party to unite even as she trailed in New Hampshire's Democratic presidential primary. With 25 percent of precincts reporting, Sanders led with 28% and Pete Buttigieg, the moderate former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, had 23%. Senator Amy Klobuchar was in third with 20%.
Joe Biden, the former vice president, was a distant fifth in the early results with 8.7%, behind Senator Elizabeth Warren with 9.4%. Warren promised her supporters she was staying in the race, acknowledging an "uphill battle" ahead. Democratic voters in New Hampshire chose a candidate from a ballot with 33 names, including candidates who dropped out weeks ago.
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