After New Hampshire, minority voters could reshape Democratic race
After Iowa and New Hampshire, candidates are still battling to break out. That may not be easy, as they head to states where they have to appeal to a more racially diverse group of voters.
It may have gone more smoothly than Iowa. But Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary did little to resolve the Democratic presidential nomination contest – and indeed, may have increased the likelihood of a long, protracted battle that could go all the way to the convention.
Winner Bernie Sanders and runner-up Pete Buttigieg – who narrowly leads...