The candidates hoping to secure the Democratic nomination for president — and one notable Republican seeking his party’s nod — were out in force for New Hampshire’s “first in the nation” primary this morning.
Below, see how the candidates are spending their primary Tuesday, and check back as we continue to follow their travels around the Granite State during the course of this important day in the 2020 contest.
IS BLOOMBERG RUNNING ADS THERE? Moderator Tom Tillotson, supervisor of the checklist Joe Casey, and town clerk Deborah Tillotson look over a ballot as Coralie Stepanian stands ready to mark the tote board during the presidential primary midnight vote at The Balsams Resort in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, early Tuesday. Three of the five votes went to Democratic candidate and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a write-in candidate. —Paul Hayes/Caledonian-Record via AP HEY, I KNOW YOU: Fellow former Massachusetts governors Bill Weld and Deval Patrick meet up outside Webster Elementary School while campaigning in Manchester on Tuesday. Weld is seeking the Republican nomination, Patrick the Democratic. —Scott Eisen/Getty Images WELD WAVE? Weld waves to voters at Webster Elementary School. —Scott Eisen/Getty Images SENSE OF SELFIE: Patrick takes a selfie with a supporter outside of Webster Elementary School. —Scott Eisen/Getty Images HUGGING IT OUT: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren visits with voters outside of a polling place at Portsmouth Middle School. —Scott Olson/Getty Images NEW HAMPSHIRE RUNS ON DUNKIN’: Doughnuts were plentiful as Warren visited with voters and supporters outside of Portsmouth Middle School. —Scott Olson/Getty Images EVERYWHERE A SIGN: Voters walk past a contingent of people holding signs for presidential candidates outside of Webster Elementary School. —Scott Eisen/Getty Images HE’S NUMBER ONE? Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Michael Bennet greets supporters at Webster Elementary School. —Scott Eisen/Getty Images PETE’S PEOPLE: Democratic presidential candidate and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg meets supporters outside Hopkinton High School. —Win McNamee/Getty Images FEELING THE GLOVE: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar waves to supporters while visiting the polling location at Webster Elementary School. —Scott Eisen/Getty Images WHO WANTS $1,000? Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang take a photo with supporters in front of a polling station in Keene, New Hampshire Tuesday. —Justin Sullivan/Getty Images SANDERS SMILES: Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., accompanied by his wife Jane Sanders, depart after meeting people outside a polling place in Manchester, N.H. —AP Photo/Matt Rourke ARE THOSE THE BROS? Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., meets with people outside a polling place in Manchester, N.H. Tuesday. —AP Photo/Matt Rourke SIGN OF THE TIMES? Keith Ecklund, an electrician from Local 103 in Massachusetts, carries a Joe Biden sign outside the Parish of the Assumption in Dover, New Hampshire Tuesday. The former vice president wasn’t to be found in the Granite State this primary day, however; instead, he headed off to South Carolina to jumpstart his campaign there. —Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
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