How Fox News Nearly Screwed Up The New Hampshire Primaries With Fake Election Results

On the Democratic front, Sanders had a huge win over Clinton after a tightly contested battle in Iowa last week. The senator tallied a total 59.9 percent of the votes, while Clinton only got 38.4 percent.

Sanders also thanked his supporters after the results.

“Tonight we have sent a message that will echo from Wall Street to Washington, from Maine to California,” he said.

Martin O’Malley, who dropped out of the presidential bid after the Iowa caucuses, got 0.2 percent of votes.

The next primaries will be held in South Carolina on Feb. 20 for the GOP, and on the 27th for the Democratic party.

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