Donald Trump dominated the rest of the GOP field in the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday night.
FOX's Tonya J. Powers has more from Manchester:
Ten days: That's how long candidates have until the South Carolina primary on the 20.
Donald Trump will try to expand on his New Hampshire win:
(Trump) "We are going to make America great again."
John Kasich, who came in second, is looking ahead:
(Kasich) "We'll move through South Carolina all across this country and end up in the Midwest."
Chris Christie's back in New Jersey re-evaluating after a sixth place finish here:
(Christie) "We're going to take a deep breath."
He trailed Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, and Marco Rubio, who came in third, fourth and fifth.
In Manchester, New Hampshire, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.
Bernie Sanders scored big in Tuesday night's New Hampshire Democratic primary.
FOX's Rachel Sutherland has all the details from Manchester:
Sanders beat Clinton handily, garnering 60% of the vote after she called to concede, he took to the podium at Concord High School:
(Sanders) "Is nothing short of the beginning of a political revolution."
Clinton is hoping to cool Sanders's "Bern" in upcoming southern state contests and she admits:
(Clinton) "I know I have work to do, particularly with young people."
Poll averages show Clinton leading Sanders by 30 points in South Carolina, which is getting ready to hold its first-in-the-south primary. The next Democratic contest is the Nevada Caucus a week from Saturday.
In Manchester, New Hampshire, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News.