Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Troy Price reiterated this during a news conference Monday in Des Moines.
Democratic voters who believed the New Hampshire presidential primary would produce a clear front-runner to take on President Donald Trump are likely to be disappointed.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren fell somewhere between those approaches, vowing to make a comeback but not predicting victory.
Second, the candidacy of Vermont Sen. Eleven percent of voters are undecided.
"The thing about Iowa is that it definitely decreased everyone's faith in the system, and people are seizing on the uncertainty - especially the candidates, like Bernie claiming he won and Buttigieg claiming he won", said Olivia Gresham '22. Bernie Sanders is premised on the theory that his ultra-liberal platform will turn out new voters, but that didn't happen in Iowa. "When there's this much fear, when there's this much on the line, do we crouch down?" "And that's where I part ways with my friend Senator Sanders".
Arguing that the Republicans must reject not just Trump but climate denialism as well, Weld says, "We've got choices about what kind of Republican Party we want going forward, and I hope we don't choose the know-nothing party". Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D., N.Y.) was in the house, as were The Strokes, a trendy rock band founded by trust fund kids.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), the prohibitive favorite to win on Tuesday after (sort of) winning the Iowa caucuses, also packed an arena at the publicly funded University of New Hampshire in Durham.
Biden and Klobuchar are hitting Buttigieg for inexperience: "I think, you know, being a mayor of a town smaller than Manchester is not quite like being a United States senator from the state of Illinois", Biden said.
The theme centered on his acquittal from office and trashing the Democratic Party in the lead-up to the New Hampshire primary on February 11. Criticising Nancy Pelosi, the Democrat speaker of the House, he said: "I had somebody behind me who was mumbling terribly, mumbling, mumbling".
'In case you haven't noticed, there are a lot of people here tonight, ' Sanders said.
"The debates have been an even playing field for me", Klobuchar told CBS News.
"With your help on November 3rd, we are going to defeat the radical socialist Democrats".
'This turnout tells me why we're going to win here in New Hampshire.
Warren, aiming for a stronger-than-anticipated finish in a state neighboring her home state of MA, kept her focus on the president, declining to criticize her Democratic rivals or to draw sharp contrasts between their policies.
At his new conference Monday, Price said he was "disappointed" by the comments from his national counterpart. Warren said to a standing ovation in Portsmouth.
This magnetism wasn't especially obvious in Iowa, either, where Klobuchar labored to fifth place, and it would be wise not to get too carried away.
Weaver instructed MSNBC Monday that this yr's Democratic nomination procedure "is not now rigged". His campaign recently put out a digital ad mocking Buttigieg's experience as a small-town mayor who paved sidewalks with "decorative brick" while Biden was passing legislation in the Senate.
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