Voters are currently enduring the cold weather to cast their votes in the Republican primary, which features a competition between former President Donald Trump and his sole opponent, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.
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Voting ends at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. at the latest. While the delegate total is relatively small, the results will have an outsized impact on the race going forward.
Trump is seeking to replicate his victory from 2016.
A clear win during the Iowa caucuses that took place last week.
Haley is aiming to narrow the margin and sustain her campaign. She will probably require a notable performance to remain competitive in future races, such as in her home state of South Carolina and on Super Tuesday, March 5, when 16 states and territories hold their elections.
The Republican voters in New Hampshire were found to be more moderate compared to the voters who helped Trump win in Iowa. In the GOP primary, approximately 33% of voters identified as moderate in New Hampshire, while only 10% did in Iowa.
However, President Biden will not be a candidate in the upcoming election on the Democratic side. As a result of Tuesday’s outcomes, no delegates will be given out. The Democratic National Committee penalized the state because it chose to keep its position as the first state to hold primaries, contrary to the party’s preference for South Carolina to be first in the 2024 Democratic cycle. In lieu of this, the president’s campaign for reelection has encouraged Democrats to write in Mr. Biden’s name.
Stay up-to-date with the latest news as New Hampshire residents cast their votes.