With Warren unlikely to be competitive in Nevada or SC, throwing her support behind Sanders seems like the best bet to make her progressive agenda come to fruition.
In a tight race, Sanders held the lead ahead of former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, followed by Minnesota Sen.
It was an even poorer performance than the Democratic caucus in Iowa last week, where Biden placed fourth.
Overall, at least 1,990 pledged delegates are required to win the Democratic Party nomination.
The three major moderate candidates, Buttigieg, Klobuchar and Biden, received almost 20 percent more votes than the two more progressive candidates, Sanders and Warren. Neither did Sen. Warren, in a similar blow to her campaign.
She will face new challenges in the next three weeks, which bring votes in Nevada, South Carolina and 14 more states on March 3's Super Tuesday. "Not half the nation, not a quarter of the nation.African American voters know him, they have a sense of who he is". "In most of these states, I'm not going to be at a threshold where I get delegates, which makes sticking around not necessarily helpful or productive in terms of furthering the goals of this campaign". Former Vice President Joe Biden is the next closest candidate with a distant 17 percent chance - but the possibility of a brokered convention is actually giving Sanders a run for his money. She referred to the 2020 campaign as an "uphill battle" and a "long fight" that's just getting started. "We're going to win those states as well".
Ask Farrell: Are Tucker, Michigan State making the right call?
Tucker is a Cleveland native who was a defensive back at Wisconsin from 1990-94 playing for Barry Alvarez . He was given a five-year, $14.75 million contract to lead the Buffaloes and they were 5-7 last season.
"Listen, he's doing this rope a-dope strategy, 'I'm just going to get pounded in Iowa, I'm going to get pounded in New Hampshire and I'm going to come back based on black people kind of lifting me over this sort of ... all these deficits, '" Jones said.
Current caucus results show Buttigieg with a narrow lead over Sanders in the state delegate equivalent count, the traditional metric by which a victor is declared in Iowa.
Former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg is not on the ballot in New Hampshire, but is polling strong nationally, having spent hundreds of millions of dollars on TV and social media ad buys.
Biden won almost 50,000 fewer votes than first-place finisher Sen.
The final Iowa caucus results remain disputed, following headline-grabbing issues with the vote counting. While Buttigieg won the delegate count in Iowa by a razor-thin margin, Sanders decidedly won the popular vote by more than 6,000 and has eclipsed Biden as the frontrunner in Real Clear Politics' latest aggregate of national polls.
"Two out of 50 states have voted", Bedingfield said.