The results of the Republican and Democratic Party primaries in New Hampshire set the stage for a showdown in South Carolina but also send an unmistakable ?wake-up call? to to the political establishment in both parties.
The outsiders had a very good night Tuesday. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Donald Trump scored landslide wins respectively, and Sen. Ted. Cruz, R-Texas, defied expectations by finishing in third place.
While getting less than a third of Trump?s vote total, Cruz still edged Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., who had been expected to finish second in New Hampshire. He also bested Jeb Bush, despite being outspent $36 million to $800,000.
As the race shifts to the Palmetto State, Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., told WND and Radio America the voting thus far shows people in both parties are fed up with business as usual.
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