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Four journalists from The Daily Pennsylvanian spent three days in New Hampshire covering the first-in-the-nation primary. The team attended a Donald Trump rally, a Bernie Sanders campaign event, and interviewed Elizabeth Warren at a town hall. They listened to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speak, watched The Strokes perform, and talked to Pete Buttigieg supporters at a primary night watch party. The following photographs depict the final moments in the race for New Hampshire.

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Engineering sophomore Ronak Bhagia traveled hundreds of miles to canvass for Joe Biden.

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Meanwhile, members of several Philadelphia-based Bernie Sanders support groups did the same.

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The Sanders canvassers worked out of a small office in Dover.

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Supporters sat on the floor for a better view of the stage at Elizabeth Warren’s town hall held the morning before the primary.

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People of all ages came to listen to Warren speak, have their questions answered, and take a selfie.

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Warren was surrounded by the attendees in Lebanon, cheering and waving their "vote for courage" signs. 

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The evening before the voting began, Donald Trump held a rally in Manchester. His supporters — and their red hats — came in spades. 

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More than 10,000 people filled the Southern New Hampshire University Arena.

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Trump spoke for about an hour, standing and gesturing at the podium.

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Ivanka Trump, Trump's daughter, attended the rally and gave her father a kiss on the cheek.

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As Trump's rally occurred in Manchester, Sanders held his final campaign event before the primary. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spoke in his support and engaged with the crowd.

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After Trump, AOC, and Sanders stepped offstage, The Strokes closed out the night before New Hampshire voters would wake up and head to the polls. 

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Voters across the Granite State went to schools and other polling stations to cast their ballots.

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The final polls in New Hampshire closed at 8 p.m. Attendees of Sanders' primary night rally waited for the result to come in and for Sanders to come out to speak.

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While the votes were being tallied, Sanders supporters passed the time by mingling.

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Around 20 minutes away from the Sanders rally, Pete Buttigieg’s supporters watched the results come in from Nashua at his primary night event.

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As it became clear that Buttigieg would finish in second place, he spoke to his supporters and gave his husband Chasten a hug.

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Sanders pumped his fist, declaring victory in the New Hampshire primary. 

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