MANCHESTER, N.H. (FoxNews.com) - Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders scored decisive victories in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary – as Ohio Gov. John Kasich surged into a second-place finish and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio was fighting to stay in the race with Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush for third.
After months of campaigning in the snow, the battle for the South now begins -- and the runners-up will be looking for new life, and in some cases survival, as the winners celebrate. “We are going to make America great again,” the victorious Trump told cheering supporters Tuesday night. “We are going now to South Carolina. We are gonna win in South Carolina!”
Chris Christie, though, is staying behind -- returning to New Jersey after a disappointing sixth-place finish, planning to make a decision by Wednesday on the way forward with the viability of his campaign now in doubt. Read more at FoxNews.com