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New Hampshire primary results: Andrew Yang drops out

Polls have closed in the New Hampshire primary. Check back for updates throughout the night.

Three candidates – Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar – were leading the board as the results came in.

MSNBC projected that those are the only three who will end up with pledged delegates when the results are final.

Sanders, the Vermont senator who won New Hampshire handily in the 2016 primary, was at the top.

Buttigieg and Klobuchar were closely behind.

“Looks like Bernie will win but not like he did in 2016,” tweeted Joe Lockhart, who was former President Bill Clinton’s press secretary. “State of the race no clearer tonight.”

Although no candidate is likely to leave New Hampshire with the frontrunner title, the primary did narrow the field. Two candidates – Andrew Yang and Michael Bennet – suspended their campaigns before the results were final.

– Maureen Groppe

Sanders supporters feeling confident 

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Loud cheers erupted from Sanders supporters at his election night party, held in a basketball gym on the campus of Southern New Hampshire University, when CNN showed him in first with 28 percent of the vote.  

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