Klobuchar's remarks were made during an interview with CBS News's Ed O'Keefe on her campaign bus after an event in Keene, New Hampshire. "We can choose to move forward", she stated. "I think that makes people really wary going into the next few rounds [of the election], like if these parts are going to be a mess like the other".
"We're at a crossroads in our democracy", Ocasio-Cortez instructed the progressive trustworthy who gave her a standing ovation as she entered the world.
'Forward to a multi-racial democracy, forward to guaranteed healthcare, forward to a living wage, forward to fighting for our neighbors, forward for indigenous rights and honoring sovereignty.
U.S. Democrats say their chief aim in the long slog of state contests to pick a nominee to oppose Trump is to find the most likely choice who can defeat him.
The Whiitemore Center at the University New Hampshire fits 7,000 people.
While the Sanders' event had nearly every seat filled, there was empty space on the rink's floor.
"Our volunteers and supporters worked too hard, and too many people participated for the first time to have the results depend on calculations that even the party admits are incorrect", campaign senior adviser Jeff Weaver said in a statement. Meanwhile, voters in New Hampshire cast ballots Tuesday in their presidential primary.
The last 24 hours have demonstrated in many ways just how important the estimated 292,000 New Hampshire Democratic primary voters are today.
With results in the 2020 Iowa caucus still the subject of some debate, former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg has been declared the victor with 26.2 percent of the vote.
Monday night's rally came at the end of a good news day for Sanders.
In a sign of the high stakes, the Democratic race has taken a bad-tempered turn in recent days with Sanders and Buttigieg trading barbs, and Biden and Klobuchar sharpening their attacks on both frontrunners.
A Quinnipiac survey found that 25 per cent of Democratic voters and independents who lean Democrat support Sanders.
Biden had dropped down to 17 per cent support.
While the Iowa caucuses were roiled by issues with an application created to speed up and make easier the reporting of precinct results, New Hampshire officials said no such problems will happen in the primaries.
A day before New Hampshire votes in its Democratic presidential primary, Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg sought on Monday to build on their strength as front-runners in an up-for-grabs race as an energized Senator Amy Klobuchar gained ground. Trouble with a vote-counting app and problems with phone lines delayed tallying the results, which one week later indicated Buttigieg captured the largest percentage of delegates, leading Sanders by 0.1 percentage point.
To conclude his speech, Sanders introduced indie rock-band The Strokes for their first-ever concert in New Hampshire.
In 2016, Trump won New Hampshire's GOP primary, although he lost the state to then his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, in that November by a 0.4-percent margin.
While trashing the Democrats' "Medicare for All" plan to expand an already bankrupt program, Trump also took a stab at the Democrats' failure at the Iowa Caucuses. After the tests, which were conducted in public, the vote-counting boxes were locked up until Tuesday.