Snowy weather not stopping the candidates in New Hampshire

Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are expected to win on Tuesday

Ted Cruz
(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

RAYMPOND, N.H. (WWLP) – All of this campaigning does come to an end on Tuesday when voters decide who they want the democratic and republican nominees to be for the 2016 election.

However, all of these candidates are taking full advantage of their time regardless of the weather. The snow, which calmed down Monday afternoon, was really heavy in the morning, but didn’t stop them from speaking at events across the state.

Getting the chance to personally meet and greet the candidates does have a big effect on a lot of New Hampshire voters. One resident 22News spoke with a Cruz event said he was supporting Cruz but his brother is actually across party lines and voting for Bernie Sanders.

Tim Corbett said, “My family, my brother is the complete polar opposite of me. He’s volunteering for Bernie’s campaign. It’s a unique place where we can have kind of a civil war where it’s always cordial.”

In that family’s case, they may still both come out winners; at least from the primary. Sanders is predicted to win on the Democratic side. Back on the republican side, Donald Trump is expected to come out on top, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are predicted in 2nd and 3rd.

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