New Hampshire’s primary is the first in the nation, and candidates are making their final pitches to undecided voters who will cast their ballots on Tuesday.
Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg came out on top of the Iowa caucuses. Both candidates received about 26% of state delegates.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren came in third, and former Vice President Joe Biden came in fourth.
Undecided New Hampshire voters are attending candidate events and doing last minute research, but some say they might not decide until voting day.
For more, watch this video report by Megan Lebowitz: