PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (WBZ NewsRadio) — Sen. Bernie Sanders came out victorious in the New Hampshire Democratic primary, but some voters did not make up their mind until the last minute.
One voter told WBZ NewsRadio he made his final decision "in the booth." Another voter said it was an "incredibly difficult decision. I've been pondering for months and finally made the decision a few hours ago."
It was a field flooded with options, including a few candidates from New England — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and former Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick. Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld ran against President Donald Trump in the Republican primary.
Former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana Pete Buttigieg came in second place after Sanders. Sen. Amy Klobuchar took third place, with Warren coming in fourth and former Vice President Joe Biden in fifth.
President Trump won the New Hampshire Republican primary.
The enthusiasm was high Tuesday in the Granite State. An 18-year-old, first-time voter, Will, said he was "cheered on" after he got out of a voting booth in Portsmouth, N.H.
Will said he wanted to be prepared to vote.
"Back when I was younger, before I was actually at the age to vote, I've been looking and considering; kind of getting practice I guess," Will said.
Still, he didn't make his decision until the day before.
WBZ NewsRadio's Kendall Buhl (@KBuhlWBZ) reports