POLITICS & GOVERNMENT

Pollster says Dem race still ‘wide open’ after New Hampshire primary

BY Michael Aron, Chief Political Correspondent |

The deck’s been reshuffled in the Democratic Party’s race to replace the president next November. If the Iowa caucuses scrambled the starting line up, the New Hampshire primary thinned out the field by putting Bernie Sanders in the lead, some up-and-comers in play, and leaving the presumed leader of the pack an “also ran”. Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron looks at what happened and what it means for the presidential race.