Buttigieg makes final campaign push in New Hampshire ahead of primary
MANCHESTER, N.H.—Former South Bend Mayor and current Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is making his final push to voters in the Granite State ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
The New Hampshire primary comes after the Iowa Democratic Party finally released caucus results, awarding Buttigieg 14 delegates on Sunday.
Buttigieg crisscrossed the state over the weekend, making stops in eight cities and appearing on multiple media outlets.
On Monday, Buttigieg is set to campaign in three towns all in an effort to win over undecided voters.
As of Monday morning, Buttigieg was neck and neck with Senator Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire, with a tracking poll from the Boston Globe showing Buttigieg in second place at 22%, a statistical tie with Sanders’ 24%. The same poll previously placed Buttigieg in first.
Voters in New Hampshire packed into a middle school to attend Buttigieg’s town hall on Sunday night.
“New Hampshire is a great state because the morals and the values here. We’re a tightknit community. I think his platform speaks to what we here in Londonderry really want,” said Natasha Bolton, a New Hampshire voter.