Joe Biden has the slim chance to achieve what no other presidential candidate has done before, but to make it happen, he needs some luck—and a state—to go his way.
Thousands note similarity between the graphic used to illustrate the 2020 presidential candidate's primary victory and the former "SNL" star.
Former Vice President Joe Biden assured his supporters that "it ain't over" after a disappointing finish in the New Hampshire primary Tuesday night.
Andrew Yang dropped out of the Democratic race for president Tuesday night after disappointing New Hampshire primary results, leaving some to wonder who his supporters will choose to back in the election.
The woman said the "'stop Bernie' cynicism" she saw on the news channel is what ultimately spurred her to vote for the Vermont senator.
The final CNN poll of New Hampshire found Bernie Sanders in the lead with 29 percent support from likely primary voters.
The president's eldest son has not ruled out a future presidential run and came second in a poll of possible 2024 candidates earlier this year.
Senator Bernie Sanders was the top candidate for New Hampshire voters, according to polls conducted in the days leading up to the New Hampshire primary.
The New England state's first-in-the-nation primary takes place on February 11.
The final 7 News/Emerson College poll shows Sanders ahead with 30 percent support and Buttigieg on 23 percent.
New Hampshire will hold its first-in-the-nation primary on February 11.
Sanders had 24 percent support, followed by Buttigieg at 20 percent and Biden 17 percent, according to the Monmouth University poll.
Once you get past New Hampshire, it's pretty much down to a two-person race," Andrew Smith, a pollster and political scientist, told Newsweek.
"The people who expected to come out of Iowa on a speeding freight train are still waiting for the train to leave the station," veteran Democratic strategist tells Newsweek.
The Democratic candidates now move on to New Hampshire for last-minute campaigning without officially knowing how they performed in Iowa.
Biden was the only other candidate who fared better against Trump than Yang.
Half a million people are expected to vote in New Hampshire on Tuesday.
The Granite State's first-in-the-nation primary is less than a week away.