LAS VEGAS — Bernie Sanders scored a decisive victory in the Democratic presidential caucuses in Nevada on Saturday and gained a fresh burst of momentum, while Joe Biden appeared headed to a second-place finish that will give his struggling campaign new hope.
THE NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER has partnered with the nonpartisan, nonprofit Citizens Count to bring more details about the candidates’ positions to the readers of this First in the Nation Primary Guide.
Citizens Count's website features detailed summaries of all 1,000+ state bills passing through the Legislature, allows you to see who is running for office in your area and where they stand on issues, and offers articles from policy experts that help you understand New Hampshire issues with greater clarity.
Citizens Count determines where every candidate stands on the issues by surveying each one individually as well as by thoroughly researching voting records, candidate websites, campaign flyers, project vote smart surveys, news interviews, and more. The organization does not take positions on issues, endorse candidates, or stand for or against any elected official.
You can visit CitizensCount.org for more information on the 2020 presidential candidates and to learn about the other state and federal candidates that will be on the November ballot.
- Emily Devlin, Citizens Count executive administrator