HUNTER WOODALL AND KATHLEEN RONAYNE
NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire rarely takes its cues from Iowa. And this time, there aren't clear cues anyway.
The Democratic presidential hopefuls descended on the small New England state on Tuesday, fresh off overnight flights, full of caffeine and without official results from Iowa. That didn't stop many of them from offering some form of a victorious message — and raising the stakes on the importance of New Hampshire.
"Everything we know is extremely encouraging," Pete Buttigieg said Tuesday after being endorsed by Jim Donchess, the mayor of Nashua. Bernie Sanders, whose campaign released its own caucus results with a claim of winning, wasn't expected to greet voters in the state until the evening. Andrew Yang held a midd