Concord (New Hampshire), Feb 10: Republican Donald Trump rewrote the script in New Hampshire where the first primary for the nomination of the 2016 presidential election took place on Tuesday. For the Democrats, Bernie Sanders emerged victorious.
While Trump received 34.5 per cent vote-share, over a 10 per cent improvement from the Iowa caucuses, Sanders with nearly 60 per cent votes had a decisive victory over former secretary of state Hillary Clinton (39%).
Ted Cruz, the Republican who won at Iowa, finished third in New Hampshire with just 12 per cent votes.
Ohio Governor John Kasich finished second for the Republicans with just over 15 per cent votes.