The New Hampshire Democratic primary did what it was supposed to do: It clarified the race. It looks like the contest is coming down to Bernie SandersBernie SandersProgressive journalist: Unions don’t want to ‘ruffle any feathers’ by endorsing in primary Behar, McCain get into fiery exchange over 2016 election in debate about Bloomberg Sanders leads Biden in latest Nevada poll MORE versus an anti-Sanders.Sen. Sanders (I-Vt.) established his primacy on the left by bumping off Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenBehar, McCain get into fiery exchange over 2016 election in debate about Bloomberg Sanders leads Biden in latest Nevada poll Senate Dems blast Barr for ‘clear violation’ of duty in Stone case, urge him to resign MORE (D-Mass.). A whopping 61 percent of New Hampshire primary voters called themselves “liberals” in the network exit poll. Liberals clearly preferred Sanders over Warren, 33 to 13 percent.The outcome was not so decisive among self-described “moderate” Democrats — voters Sanders would call “the Democratic establishment.” Why are “establishment Democrats” hostile to Sanders? Because they are convinced that he would lose the election and bring a lot of Democratic officeholders down with him.ADVERTISEMENTModerates in New Hampshire split between former South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete ButtigiegPeter… Read full this story
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