— Julia Manchester (@JuliaManch) February 10, 2020
New Hampshire’s reputation for volatility is already on full display. Buttigieg is +14 in less than a week in one tracking poll, and other pollsters warn big shifts are still likely in #FITN.
Plus, what CNN is doing to prevent another Iowa poll meltdown.https://t.co/bODgy7rdDf
— Steven Shepard (@POLITICO_Steve) February 8, 2020
“We can’t afford it” is literally the state’s proud motto (Live Free or Die
Trying). The general aim of their much-advertised #FITN primary is to be ‘Not Iowa’, because midwestern nice makes Granite Staters puke. No surprise some of them are abandoning their original favorite (bastard) son for two candidates whose current positioning is very much in line with the ‘make it do, wear it out, use it up, or go without’ New England puritan ethos…
In Nashua, Pete Buttigieg draws more than 1,800 people to first town hall of the day, biggest crowd of the year. pic.twitter.com/OT4JAMR6Fs
— Jonathan Easley (@JonEasley) February 9, 2020
In Salem, ?@amyklobuchar? sets the tone for the next two days in New Hampshire as she barnstorms the state:
“I have been bolted down and I am finally unleashed.” pic.twitter.com/gnePkSXFe2
— Jasmine Wright (@JasJWright) February 10, 2020
10 Democratic candidates spoke in Manchester tonight in front of an arena full of different campaigns’ supporters. Only one got booed, and only one group did the booing: Bernie Sanders’s supporters booed Buttigieg (after he took a dig at “revolution” being the only option)
— Edward-Isaac Dovere (@IsaacDovere) February 9, 2020
Buttigieg responds to Sanders hitting him for taking money from wealthy donors: "Bernie is pretty rich and I would happily accept the contribution from him."
— Dan Merica (@merica) February 9, 2020