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Bernie Sanders

Bernie SandersDeclared Winner

25.7%76,324 votes

Pete Buttigieg
24.4%72,457 votesAmy Klobuchar
19.8%58,796 votesElizabeth Warren
9.2%27,387 votes

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Donald Trump

Donald TrumpDeclared Winner

85.6%129,696 votes

Bill Weld
9.1%13,787 votesOther Candidates
5.4%8,119 votes
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