New Hampshire Democratic primary 2016: Live results and update, Bernie Sanders’ challenges the front runner
The New Hampshire 2016 primary is going to be a major test for the two remaining Democratic presidential hopefuls. Bernie Sanders who amazed everyone with his impressive show in Iowa is working overtime to make his lead more formidable.
While he has been working overtime with his team in New Hampshire, his Democratic opponent and the frontrunner Hillary Clinton has deployed her husband and former President Bill Clinton, a great orator to attack Sanders.
And Bill Clinton whose supporters claimed was now out of politics made scathing attack against the Democratic socialist Senator Bernie Sanders. The language he used against the Senator showed Clinton campâ€™s desperation against Bernie Sanderâ€™s surge in recent weeks.
While asking New Hampshire Democratic fans not to vote for Sanders Bill Clinton said â€œIt is good for America, I donâ€™t think so. Is it good for New Hampshire? I donâ€™t think so. The New Hampshire I knew would not have voted for me if I had done thatâ€, said Ms Clintonâ€™s husband. If that was not enough he went on to discuss the ugly â€œBernie Broâ€ phenomenon that the Sanders campaign has denounced â€” backers who harass female Clinton supporters online and accuse them of â€œvoting with their vaginaâ€ and call them â€œbitches.â€ Clinton called them â€œvicious trolling and attacks that are literally too profane … not to mention sexist.â€
If you are looking for New Hampshire primary schedule, your should keep in mind that there is not a single time for opening the primary. Polls open for the 2016 New Hampshire primary at various times throughout the morning Tuesday so Democrats and Republicans can cast their votes. The state law requires polls to be open between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday, but each town and city sets its own hours. Most are open between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. Three tiny towns â€” Hart’s Location, Dixville and Millsfield â€” open their polls at 12:00 a.m. for those aggressively early-bird voters. The polls in the towns soon close after everyone has voted. There are bout 20 communities which are allowed remain open until 8 p.m.