EFEBy Albert Traver Manchester, USA

Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders on Tuesday won the New Hampshire primary but his rival Pete Buttigieg managed to somewhat clip the wings of the celebration by splitting the delegates nine apiece.

Sanders took 26 percent of the vote share, some 71,400 individual votes, while former South Bend mayor Buttigieg took 24.4 percent (67,000). Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar was in third place with 19.7 percent of the votes, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren came in fourth with 9.3 percent and former Vice President Joe Biden languished in fifth with 8.4 percent.