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Editor's note: Former Virginia Gov. Jim Gilmore ends his GOP presidential bid after a poor performance in both New Hampshire and Iowa. In New Hampshire, he received only 133 votes. Gilmore was set to be the only remaining Republican candidate left out of CBS' debate on Saturday, Politico reports. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson and John Kasich all remain in the GOP race. - Stephanie

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Editor's note: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's decision to suspend his bid for the GOP presidential nomination comes after he finished sixth in the New Hampshire primary. Christie had spent more than 70 days campaigning in the state. Christie's attacks on Sen. Marco Rubio during Saturday's debate, and Rubio's reaction, seemed to have an impact on Rubio's primary performance, The New York Times reports. However, it didn't appear to translate into votes for Christie. - Stephanie

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Donald Trump earns 10 delegates after winning New Hampshire GOP primary; John Kasich takes 4, and Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio each earn 3 - NBC News

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Final tallies show Bernie Sanders earning 60.4% of vote to win New Hampshire Democratic primary; Hillary Clinton takes 2nd place with 38% - Boston Globe

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Final tallies show Donald Trump earning 35.3% of vote to win New Hampshire GOP primary; John Kasich takes 2nd place with 15.8% - Boston Globe

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Update: Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has raised $5.2 million since New Hampshire polls closed Tuesday night, aides say; average contribution is $34 - BuzzFeed

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With 95% of precincts reporting, Donald Trump has 35.3% of vote in New Hampshire's GOP primary; John Kasich has 15.8%, Ted Cruz has 11.7% and Jeb Bush has 11% - New York Times

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Ted Cruz finishes 3rd in New Hampshire's GOP primary; Jeb Bush takes 4th, Marco Rubio ends up 5th - AP

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Photo: Scene at GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie's New Hampshire headquarters morning after state's primary - @mariatridas

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Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders raises $2.6 million between time when polls closed in New Hampshire on Tuesday night and 12:30 am - Politico

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Editor's note: NBC News' New Hampshire exit polls show presidential candidate Donald Trump did well among Republicans who say immigration is their top issue. He also won 42 percent of voters who support banning non-U.S. Muslims from entering the country, which Trump has called for. - Stephanie

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With 88% of precincts reporting in New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders has 60% in the Democratic primary, Donald Trump has 35.1% in the GOP primary - Washington Post

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Editor's note: It's still unclear who will place third in the New Hampshire Republican primary. Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio are in a close race for the No. 3 spot. Donald Trump is the projected winner and John Kasich is in second. - Stephanie

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NBC News allocates 10 delegates to GOP candidate Donald Trump, 4 to John Kasich, 2 to Ted Cruz and 2 to Jeb Bush after New Hampshire primary; 5 delegates remain unassigned

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NBC News allocates 15 delegates to Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, 8 to Hillary Clinton after New Hampshire primary; Clinton has backing of 6 out of 8 super delegates

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With 71% of precincts reporting, Donald Trump has 34.5% of votes in New Hampshire GOP primary; John Kasich has 16.3%, Ted Cruz has 11.5%, and Jeb Bush has 11.2% - New York Times

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With 70% of precincts reporting in New Hampshire, projected winner Bernie Sanders has 59.8% in Democratic primary; Hillary Clinton at 38.5% - New York Times

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GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie tells supporters in Nashua, NH: 'We leave New Hampshire tonight without an ounce of regret' - @edatpost

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GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio: 'Tonight we did not wind up where we wanted to be, but that does not change where we are going to wind up at the end of this process' - @SabrinaSiddiqui

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GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio, who is currently polling 5th in New Hampshire GOP primary race: 'Our disappointment tonight is not on you. It's on me' - @SabrinaSiddiqui

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