Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump Win New Hampshire||Leadership

The New Hampshire caucus has just concluded their voting and the major winners are Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump for the Democratic and Republican parties respectively. Hillary Clinton won the votes of residents 65 years and older with an average income of 200,000+ per year. While Bernie Sanders won the votes of residents 18 to 65 years of age. He pretty much won everything else. Clinton lost by double digits but the race is not over yet. Donald Trump completely annihilated every candidate on the GOP and all the votes are not in yet. Sanders is currently winning 59% of the total 31% of the votes that are in. Donald Trump is winning 34% of the total 32% of the Republican votes that are in. No matter what the rest of the votes say, it won't matter at this time because the margins for the winning candidates on both the Democratic and Republican sides are two wide.