The 2020 New Hampshire primary

By Meg Wagner, Fernando Alfonso III, Mike Hayes and Veronica Rocha, CNN

Updated 1:50 AM ET, Wed February 12, 2020
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8:47 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

Elizabeth Warren thanks supporters and her dog Bailey

From CNN's Lauren Dezenski

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Elizabeth Warren made it clear her campaign will continue beyond New Hampshire. “I am here to get big things done,” Warren told supporters.

Warren addressed her election night crowd in Manchester less than 30 minutes after polls closed entirely in New Hampshire, where early returns showed her in fourth place behind Amy Klobuchar. Every other candidate who has spoken thus far tonight has dropped out because of disappointing returns.

“Our best chance of beating Donald Trump is with a candidate that will work … a candidate who can build a campaign to unite our party and a candidate who can build a movement who is ready to take on corruption and win,” Warren said, repeating common refrains from her stump speech. 

“Amy and I are the only candidates in this race who are not either billionaires or supported by Super PACs,” Warren said of she and Klobuchar.  

Expectations were high for Warren’s performance in New Hampshire -- she has served as a senator in neighboring Massachusetts since 2012. 

“Tonight, I am here to say thank you,” Warren said, adding her thanks for every volunteer, door knocker and volunteer, as well as her husband and “good boy,” her photogenic golden retriever Bailey.

8:42 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

Sen. Michael Bennet drops out of race

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Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet is dropping out of the presidential race. He focused his campaign on New Hampshire but got little pickup in the polls.

Watch more analysis on Bennet here:

8:50 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

Elizabeth Warren: If we're going to beat Trump, we need a "huge turnout within our party"

Speaking to supporters in Manchester, New Hampshire this evening, Sen. Elizabeth Warren called on voters to head to the polls this November to beat President Trump.

"If we're going to beat Donald Trump in November we're going to need huge turnout within our party," Warren said. "And to get that turnout, we will need a nominee that the broadest coalition within our party feels like they can get behind."

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8:25 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

Here are the top 4 candidates with 20% of precincts reporting

Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to lead with 27.7% of the vote in the New Hampshire primary with 20% of precincts reporting.

Sanders is followed by Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

Watch analysis here:

8:23 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

Watch Andrew Yang speak to his supporters

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Any minute now Andrew Yang is expected to speak after the presidential primary in New Hampshire. 

Yang plans to announce he is suspending his presidential campaign during a speech Tuesday night in New Hampshire, two sources tell CNN.

You can watch it live here.

Watch the moment Yang makes the announcement:

8:09 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

Trump wins New Hampshire GOP primary

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President Trump will win the New Hampshire GOP primary, CNN projects.

8:14 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

These are the top 4 candidates right now

With just 14% of precincts reporting in New Hampshire, Sen. Bernie Sanders has pulled ahead with 28.3% of the vote.

In second is Pete Buttigieg, followed by Sen. Amy Klobuchar and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

Watch more results:

8:09 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

JUST IN: Andrew Yang to suspend 2020 presidential campaign

By CNN's Dan Merica

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Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

Andrew Yang plans to announce he is suspending his presidential campaign during a speech Tuesday night in New Hampshire, two sources tell CNN.

It's the end to an upstart run that vaulted the businessman from obscurity to a Democratic contender backed by a devoted following known as the Yang Gang.

Yang's decision will come a week after a disappointing finish in Iowa, where the campaign invested millions and spent two weeks on a bus tour leading up to the caucuses. The investment didn't pan out: Yang finished with just 1% support in Iowa and, after leaving the state with depleted resources, had to lay off staff as he looked to trim his campaign's costs.

"With a crystal ball, we might not have invested as much energy in Iowa, because I think that that lack of clarity afterwards hurt every candidate," Yang told CNN the day before the New Hampshire primary. "But we're excited about being here in New Hampshire."

See an update here:

8:01 p.m. ET, February 11, 2020

All of the polls are closed

All polls are closed in New Hampshire. You can follow for results here.