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Many voters still undecided ahead of Tuesday

NASHUA, N.H. – English professor Barry Brown will probably vote for Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren in Tuesday’s primary, although he hasn’t ruled out Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and he’s impressed by Pete Buttigieg.

“I like Andrew Yang, too,” he mused.

No reason to decide for sure too soon, he said. After all, the New Hampshire polls wouldn’t open for another 72 hours.

The volatility in the New Hampshire electorate and the high stakes of its primary fueled an escalation in political attack and counterattack during a fierce final weekend of campaigning. Whatever happens Tuesday, the results are likely to clarify the contest, streamline the field and signal the Democratic message ahead.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday predicted victory – he won here by double digits in the primary four years ago – but was still on the attack against Buttigieg as the candidate favored by billionaire contributors. The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, said he expected “a big night” but was still targeting Joe Biden as part of the old Washington establishment that has led the nation astray.

Democratic presidential hopeful Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses the Democratic Party's 61st Annual McIntyre-Shaheen 100 Club dinner at SNHU arena in Manchester, N.H., on Feb. 8, 2020.

And the former vice president, once the front-runner, acknowledged he had “taken a hit” with a fourth-place finish in the Iowa caucuses and would take another here, a sort of preemptive concession. But he made the toughest attacks to date on his rivals in hopes of holding on for a comeback in friendlier territory in the next two contests, in Nevada on Feb. 22 and South Carolina on Feb. 29.

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