At the GOP debate in New Hampshire, several candidates got off to a very awkward start during the introductions. Watch some of the highlights.
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There’s one more debate before the New Hampshire primary. David Muir, Martha Raddatz, and Mary Katherine Ham will moderate for ABC News. Here’s how to watch online for free.
GOP candidates get one more debate before the New Hampshire primary. ABC News will host; David Muir and Martha Raddatz will moderate.
After a disappointing finish in Iowa, Donald Trump is the polling leader and an odds-on favorite to win New Hampshire
Ahead of next week’s New Hampshire primary, Donald Trump leads nationally and in the next two states, with Ted Cruz running second nationally, while Marco Rubio is surging in New Hampshire polls and has taken the lead in the national prediction markets.
Trump leads nationally, in New Hampshire, and in South Carolina, with Cruz running second in New Hampshire, while Rubio has the lead in national prediction markets.
GOP candidates will have one more chance to impress New Hampshire voters at the Republican debate Saturday, February 6 starting at 8 p.m. Eastern. Here’s everything you need to know.
Donald Trump leads nationally, in South Carolina, and by a significant margin in New Hampshire, with Ted Cruz running second and Marco Rubio has taken the lead in the national prediction markets.
Marco Rubio’s stock in prediction markets skyrocketed following the Iowa caucuses, while Donald Trump’s plummeted.
In the Iowa caucuses tonight, Iowan Republicans and Democrats will make the first official choices in the 2016 presidential election. Here’s where to find it on TV.
Iowa Republicans will make the nation’s first choice for the GOP nominee in the upcoming presidential election. We’ll have live updates throughout the night until a winner is chosen.
On the first real day of election season, Donald Trump leads nationally and in the first two states, while Ted Cruz leads some Iowa polls and is second in New Hampshire and nationally.
Iowa Republican and Democratic registered voters will choose their party’s nominee for President at the Iowa Caucuses today.