Sanders, Buttigieg Vie For Decisive Lead Out Of New Hampshire
After the uncertainty of the Iowa Caucus, many are looking to New Hampshire's primary Tuesday for clarity on the Democratic presidential race. In 2016, Bernie Sanders walked away from the primary with a 20-point lead over Hillary Clinton. But this year, there are far more candidates and people are far less certain about who's a frontrunner.
VPR reporter Liam Elder-Connnors was in the Granite State all weekend. He followed the Sanders campaign and spoke with voters, campaign boosters and more to get a sense on how Sanders and his 2020 rivals are faring in the run-up to Tuesday's primary.
Broadcast live on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.