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"Mayor Pete" Buttigiege addressed voters at Dover Middle School on Sunday. photo by Michael Sterling

NH Primary Day 2020

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Candidates make their final pitches and voters make their final choices

The nation’s first presidential primary of 2020 has come and gone. Democratic candidates made their final pitches to New Hampshire voters in the days leading up to the primary on Tuesday, Feb. 11. In the end, Bernie Sanders came out on top with about 26 percent of the votes. Pete Buttigieg was a close second, and Amy Klobuchar had a strong showing in third. Elizabeth Warren was a distant fourth, with Joe Biden slightly behind her in fifth.

Here are a few scenes from the primary and the final days leading up to it.

mayor pete buttigiege doverA young supporter of Pete Buttigieg holds a sign at Dover Middle School on Feb. 9.

elizabeth warren south churchVoters file into an event for Elizabeth Warren at South Church in Portsmouth on Feb. 10.

elizabeth warren south churchElizabeth Warren addresses the crowd at South Church.

jack blalock amy klobucharFormer Portsmouth mayor Jack Blalock holds signs for Amy Klobuchar on primary day.

nh primary voting boothsVoting booths at Portsmouth’s Ward 5 polling place on primary day, Feb. 11.

To see more photos of presidential candidates in New Hampshire, click here.