For the past week, Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren and the rest of the remaining Democratic presidential candidates have been racing from event to event, appealing to New Hampshire voters and hoping Tuesday’s primary will give voters the first conclusive litmus test of where the party is headed.
As Democrats have crisscrossed the state, veteran portrait photographer Mark Ostow has been tailing them over the past 11 months, in gyms, schools, bingo halls and more. Tiny New Hampshire is known for highly personal retail politicking, and with his signature style, up close and dramatic, Ostow captures the kind of unguarded moments that are increasingly rare as the campaign becomes more national—intimate portraits both in public and outside the spotlight, when the candidates could pause to think or catch their breath, if only briefly.
—Text by Jordan Muller
Pete Buttigieg speaks at St. Anselm College in Manchester in March. Senator Elizabeth Warren takes a break from taking selfies with supporters at a Concord elementary school in April.
Representative Ilhan Omar stumps with Bernie Sanders at a December rally at Nashua Community College. Tom Steyer speaks at an event at St. Anselm College in December.
Representative Tulsi Gabbard takes a moment before a January campaign event at the Circle 9 Ranch Bingo Hall in Epsom. Andrew Yang appears at the NH Youth Climate and Clean Energy Town Hall in Concord in February.
Buttigieg leaves an event at Manchester’s Rex Theater in February. Sanders speaks at a February get-out-the-vote canvass launch in Manchester.
Senator Amy Klobuchar speaks to the media after a February campaign event in Concord.
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick leaves the NH Youth Climate and Clean Energy Town Hall.
Senator Michael Bennet leaves a forum at NHTI-Concord’s Community College in February. Biden attends a recent canvass kickoff event in his Manchester field office.
Warren speaks to voters at Manchester’s SNHU Arena just days before the February 11 primary.
Klobuchar and Buttigieg speak at Manchester’s SNHU Arena on February 8.
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