Based on the ABC News analysis, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg will be second and Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., will be third.
Granite State voters headed to the polls on Tuesday for the first-in-the-nation primary. While Democratic presidential contenders were vying for 24 delegates, the Republican candidates were battling over 22 delegates.
For the Democrats, a win in the all-important New Hampshire primary could cement their status early as a front-runner and prove they have the staying power to last in a grueling primary. On the GOP side, as the incumbent Republican, President Donald Trump was set to capture a victory.
In 2016, the New Hampshire Republican primary was a momentous point in the contest for Trump, as it was his first win of the primary season, with 35.3% of the vote. But in the Democratic primary last presidential cycle, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suffered a double-digit loss to Sanders.