After the 2020 Lowa Democratic caucus debacle last week, New Hampshire heads to the polls today and it is the second biggest contest of 2020. Hampshire follows the system of direct vote. A native or a resident of New Hampshire will cast paper ballots, and the winner will be declared by tonight. The voting process is on its way and most polls close at 7 p.m. ET. All the polls in NH will be closed by 8 p.m. ET. The event will determine who among the eleven candidates currently seeking the Democratic Presidential Nomination will receive portions of the state’s 24 pledged delegates.
It is too close to call who will top the charts but one thing that’s sure is that the viewers can watch the New Hampshire primary results with or without cable. All the major cable operators will be having a special coverage of the primary polls.
How to check results?
The live coverage of the results starts at 5 p.m. ET tonight on CBS News website or CBS News app. One can watch the CBS News live stream for free without authentication, which means that the user is not required to log in or sign up. The prime polls can also be viewed for free online at C-SPAN.
A Cord cutter can also watch the New Hampshire primary polls with a live TV streaming service like Hulu Live TV, Fubo TV or Sling TV. Audio streaming is being made accessible on SiriusXM Channels 116,454, 795 and the Westwood One Radio Network. Fox News and CBS News are also providing live coverage for the results.
Though New Hampshire is not a big state, it is highly unrepresentative of the Democratic party at large, because of its status as the first primary in a presidential election year.