After New Hampshire
Political Notes by John Ellis
So what did we learn?
1. New Hampshire confirmed that Sen. Bernie Sanders isn't the candidate he was in 2016. With 100 percent of the precincts reporting, Sanders received 76,324 votes. In 2016, running against Hillary Clinton, he received 152,193 votes.
Throw Liz Warren voters (all 27,387 of them) into his column and his 2020 total would still be rough…
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