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Republican billionaire businessman and television celebrity Donald Trump and Democratic Senator and self-described socialist Bernie Sanders notched impressive wins in the New Hampshire presidential primaries on Tuesday.

The Union Leaderdaily in the small northeastern state featured the two winning candidates on the top of its front page Wednesday, with further coverage on Hillary Clinton's efforts to minimize her defeat in the Democratic race, as well as the surprise second-place Republican showing for Ohio Governor John Kasich.

By dawn on the East Coast, the New York Timeswas reporting that Trump had finished with 35.1% to Kasich's 15.9%, with former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and Texas Senator Ted Cruz following close behind.

Sander's won in a landslide, with 60% of the votes over Clinton who garnered 38%. "The government of our great country belongs to all of the people and not just a handful of wealthy campaign contributors and their super PACs," Sanders said after his victory.

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