Sanders, who soundly defeated Hillary Clinton here in 2016 and is from neighboring Vermont, has been expected to perform well here, and while MSNBC has been crowing about the decline in support that Bernie is seeing this year compared to 2016, they forget to mention that it was him and Hillary last time - and not the smorgasbord of billionaires and upstarts that the Democratic field consists of today.
Elizabeth Warren, like Sanders, is a senator from a neighboring state, and was also hoping to finish near the top here. However, that was not be in and her losing speech, she criticizes the negative campaigning and says to get the turnout to beat Donald Trump, Democrats will need a candidate that people can get behind.
"We cannot afford to fall into factions," she says.
"We win when we come together."
Obama adviser David Axelrod on Elizabeth Warren's campaign: "This was a terrible night for her."