Candidates trade jabs with each other, and with President Trump - NBC News' Jay Gray reports
MANCHESTER, N.H. (KYMA, KECY/NBC News) - Delivering donuts in Nashua, and stopping by a cafe in Conway, the Democrats who want to be President are working crowds across New Hampshire.
"I'm asking for your vote." said Pete Buttigieg.
Less than 24-hours ahead of the first-in-the-nation primary here...
"The whole country is not only looking at New Hampshire, in fact, the whole world is looking at New Hampshire." said Senator Bernie Sanders, (I) Vermont.
Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg top a new Boston Globe poll. They're followed by Senator Amy Klobuchar, (D) Minnesota, who's jumping into the top three for the first time in the campaign.
"We feel this surge and for me it's been a long time in coming." said Klobuchar.
While Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden are now considered long shots in the Granite State.
"It just makes me work harder." said Biden.
They won't win over this crowd...
"The Democrats should be worried, yes." said Trump supporter Jackie Kostas.
Long lines gathering hours before President Trump arrives for a rally to, as he says online, shake up the Dems a bit.
"How can I not attend a rally to see my hero Donald Trump in my own hometown?" said Edward Young, a Trump supporter.
New Hampshire may be a tiny state, but right now it's the center of the political universe.