Latest polls show Elizabeth Warren trailing in N.H.

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks to members of the media on a media bus outside at a campaign stop at Rochester Opera House, Monday, Feb. 10, 2020, in Rochester, N.H. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

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UPDATED 7:37 AM PT — Tuesday, February 11, 2020

The latest polls in New Hampshire show Sen Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) lagging behind other Democrat presidential front-runners in the state. For example, a new Reuters poll showed Warren with 11 percent support, trailing behind Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden as well as former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

Warren was hoping to win in the Granite Atate as it shares a border with her home state of Massachusetts. The senator has been doubling down on claims that she’s running a grassroots campaign that doesn’t receive money from billionaire donors.

“I don’t have a campaign that has been shaped by a bunch of consultants, you figured that one out,’ she stated. “I don’t have a campaign that has a bunch of proposals that are carefully designed not to offend big donors, I passed that stop sign a long time ago.”

Warren has also taken aim at former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg in recent days, following his unexpected victory in Iowa. Meanwhile, Sanders has continued to outperform her in polls for her home state of Massachusetts.

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Indian voters head to polls for anticipated state election

People wait for their turn to cast their vote at a polling station closest to the Shaheen Bagh protest where Muslim women have been protesting for weeks against a new citizenship law, in New Delhi, India, Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri)

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UPDATED 1:08 PM PT — Saturday, February 8, 2020

Residents in the capital of India are taking to the polls for a highly anticipated state election. Voting stations opened on Saturday in New Delhi, where millions of voters took part in the election.

About 70 seats in the nation’s assembly of representatives are at stake due to the region’s ongoing unrest, which stemmed from a controversial new citizenship law. The law was imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government in an effort to make the path towards citizenship easier for immigrants.

However, it quickly sparked outrage. Many rejected the policy, which they said discriminates against Muslims.

“These Hindu-Muslim divisions are nothing, this is all rubbish. People should vote for people who do actual work. If (Arvind) Kejriwal loses this election, I am telling you, no politician will ever do any work. They will just divide and sit at home for five years. I can guarantee you that.” – Mohammad Rashid, local businessman

FILE – In this Jan. 1, 2020, file photo, an Indian student holds a placard during a protest against a new citizenship law in front of India Gate war memorial, in New Delhi, India. (AP Photo/Altaf Qadri, File)

The election will determine whether or not voters reject the prime minister’s political party in a critical battle for congressional majority. The final election results are expected to be announced on Tuesday.

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