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Democrats make final pitch to voters

Check back for updates from the New Hampshire campaign trail today before Tuesday’s primary:

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – Inside a packed unitarian church here in the city’s downtown, many New Hampshire voters waiting for a Sen. Elizabeth Warren event to begin Monday night said they were still undecided even with the first-in-the-nation primary looming the next morning.

Mark and Judy Fahnestock, of Madbury, New Hampshire, said they’re looking at Warren, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Pete Buttigieg, former mayor of South Bend, Indiana. They want a candidate who can appeal to a wide swath of voters during the general election, not just Democrats.

“There’s five states that matter, and you’ve got to run to the right of the Democratic Party during that time,” Mark Fahnestock, a research scientist, said of the type of Democrat he prefers. “It’s an ability to communicate an acceptance of others in a way that doesn’t turn off the independent voters to the right.”

Denise Johnson, 69, from Cape Neddick, Maine, came down to Portsmouth even though her state doesn’t vote until Super Tuesday. She was a state delegate for Sen. Bernie Sanders in 2016 and contributed to his campaign, but she also gave to Warren. She’s torn on who to support.

“I’m still feeling loyal to Bernie, but I’m still on the fence, I guess,” said Johnson, who volunteers for nonprofits. “What I’m mostly worried about is somebody going against the foul-mouthed president in the debates and beating him at the polls. I’m most concerned with that man should no longer be leading this country, and I’m very much concerned about what the debate and what that election is going to be about.

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