January 4th, 2015- A Democratic New Hampshire Poll is released
Kristen Gillibrand 47%
Mark Warner 31%
January 8th, 2015- 15 students and 4 teachers are killed in a High School Shooting. There is outrage as those responsible were adults who didn't have any children at the school. No reports on if the shooters were connected to any terrorist groups.
January 9th, 2015- Outrage continues over the school shooting with Romney calling it "a true evil" and Warner calling it "an complete sadness."
January 10th, 2015- New Hampshire Primary Final results
Kristen Gillibrand 48% (18 delegates)
Mark Warner 31% (12 delegates)
Claire Mccaskill 20% (5 delegates)
Biran Schweitzer 1%
Mitt Romney 93%
Rand Paul 7%
January 15th, 2015- "It is here today I am ending my journey for President of the United States, over the last year I have met many people who I will never forget. I won't be endorsing anyone until there is a nominee uniting our party against another 4 years of Republicans."
January 17th, 2015-
South Carolina Polls:
January 19th, 2015- "I am ending this campaign today, I endorse Mitt Romney for President with my unconditional support." Many pundits believe Paul made a deal with Romney so he could be Secretary of Treasury replacing Donald Trump.
Janaury 21st, 2015- Nevada Caucuses. This is a boost for Mccaskill due to a suprising rise in support.
Gillibrand 41% (18 delegates)
Warner 34% (15 delegates)
Mccaskill 25% (11 delegates)
January 28th, 2015- South Carolina
Warner 43% (27 delegates)
Mccaskill 32% (20 delegates)
Gillibrand 25% (15 delegates
January 31st Map
Warner 87 delegates-GREEN
Mccaskill 68 delegates
Gillibrand 51 delegates-BLUE