Notations On Our World: On the Aftermath of #NewHampshirePrimary

The numbers are in for New Hampshire.   Donald Trump has won New Hampshire.  John Kasich has come in second.     What is critical to underscore is that ultimately it is about Delegate Count.   Money and Organization will be pivotal.   As Marco Rubio came in 4th, he noted this:

John Kasich came in second and sent out this appeal to capitalize on his showing:


Our strong finish in New Hampshire proved that Americans want to see a positive campaign that's focused on solutions and bringing people together.
We're all Americans and our brightest days are ahead.
Our campaign has just begun and we have a long way to go on the pathway to the nomination - help us make it happen. 

Onward to victory,
John Kasich
Governor of Ohio & Presidential Candidate

Ted Cruz came in third and will be hitting the ground running--as the fight for the conservative vote is at hand as Donald Trump will have an interesting fight on his hands.      On the Democratic Side, Bernie Sanders ran away with it as he got 60% of the vote as he begins the day after with a meeting with the Rev. Al Sharpton in New York City on Wednesday.   Some are noting that South Carolina may well be Jeb Bush's last stand.     We are also seeing reports that Chris Christie will be reassessing his campaign and our team's assessment is he will be withdrawing.   IT

It will be an interesting few months......

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