Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump won their respective party primaries in New Hampshire on Tuesday. Getty | AP
“Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders rode a wave of voter frustration with American politics to commanding victories in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primaries, adding crucial credibility to their upstart candidacies,” reports the AP.
Today’s Question: Are you pleased with the New Hampshire primary results?
“In New Hampshire, the night after the Iowa caucuses, it was hard not to feel the ‘Marco-mentum.’
“Florida Sen. Marco Rubio stood on a stage in Exeter surrounded by more than 700 rowdy supporters, who filled the picturesque town hall to the brink,” reports NPR.
Rubio is framing himself as a candidate uniquely qualified to both unite Republican voters, and reach out to lower-income and minority communities that have delivered reliably Democratic votes in recent decades.
Today’s Question: Is Marco Rubio the most electable Republican running for president?