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Voting is officially underway in the New Hampshire Primary after Democrats appealed to voters.

Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden came fourth in the Iowa caucus, way behind democratic rivals Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, leading people to ask whether he could seriously beat his opponents in the race for the party's nomination.

Tuesday's primaries in New Hampshire are the next in a long line of votes and meetings to determine who will be the Democratic candidate to take on Donald Trump in November's election. Joe Biden had been expected to perform well in the state, but recent surges of support for Bernie Sanders and centrist candidate Pete Buttigieg could put a stop to his progress. Image: AP


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