Sanders, Trump take NH primary; Sanders becomes first Jew to win presidential contest

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, defeating former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton to become the first Jewish candidate ever to win a presidential nominating contest.
His victory is a political setback for Clinton, who won in Iowa on February 1 by less than half a percentage point. She nevertheless maintains strong leads in the states to come– including in South Carolina and Nevada, the next two immediate contests.
Sanders and Clinton are in a head-to-head race after former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley dropped out of the race last week. Eight candidates remain in the Republican contest.