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Poll: Sanders hits 50 percent support among college students

https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/482940-50-percent-of-us-college-students-support-sanders-poll

Warren is #2 with 18%. A 32% margin with college voters is huge.

Priebus and Spicer coming back.

https://www.salon.com/2020/02/13/president-trump-rehires-reince-priebus-and-sean-spicer-to-white-house-roles/

Wow. Hicks, Priebus, Spicer, etc. all coming back to the crime scene. Wonder what that signals.

LATINO Latinos gave over $23M in 2019 to Democrats in presidential race; Sanders got the most

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/latinos-gave-over-23m-2019-democrats-presidential-race-sanders-got-n1135001

Looks like Bernie is going to win the Latino vote. He got the most money from Latinos in almost every state and city.

2020 candidate Michael Bloomberg says he doesn't regret backing Iraq war

https://www.latimes.com/politics/story/2020-01-06/bloomberg-presidential-campaign-iraq-iran

Woa! Trump is now attacking the Jury Foreman in the Stone trial.

https://talkingpointsmemo.com/muckraker/trump-escalates-crisis-with-attack-on-roger-stone-jury-foreman

This man is insane! He needs to be dragged out of the White House now. We cannot wait until November.

I'm so sick of this crime syndicate masquerading as a party.

https://twitter.com/thehill/status/1227648593483436033?s=20

Turnout looks to be really good.

This might get closed, but I know a lot of GD posters don't go to the primaries forum so I just wanted to point out turnout in New Hampshire is likely to break records.

2008 was the highest primary turnout ever and Dems got 287, 556.
This year we're over 273,000 with only 85% of the vote in.


This will be the biggest primary turnout in New Hampshire history.

Two thoughts on New Hampshire.

1) Any thoughts why Bernie didn't get a larger percentage? I know it's split by lots of people unlike 2016, but doesn't that indicate more people want a moderate this year?

2) Turnout looks to be really good. NYT is reporting over 269,000 with 84% of the vote in. The highest turnout for either party ever in New Hampshire was 2008 Dems with 287, 556. It's looking like this year might surpass that.

Sanders projected winner in New Hampshire

Bennett just announced he's ending his Presidential Campaign.

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