MANCHESTER, NH -- Two more Democratic candidates for President have left the race after poor showings in the New Hampshire Primary election.
Andrew Yang and Sen. Michael Bennet both suspended their campaigns today.
Bennet, a Senator from Colorado, entered the race last May. He bet his whole campaign on the New Hampshire Primary, saying a third of fourth place finish Tuesday was key to him staying in the race. Latest Primary results have him capturing less than 1% of the vote.
Yang, is a tech entrepreneur who built his campaign around creating a universal basic income. He failed to gain momentum, despite a passionate group of supporters who called themselves the "Yang Gang". Early New Hampshire Primary results have Yang coming in 7th with about 3% of the vote.