Democrat Andrew Yang dropped out of the presidential race on Tuesday evening.
Yang told reporters that he planned on dropping out ahead of the polls closing in New Hamphsire.
“I’m not someone who wants to take people’s donations, support, time and dedication if I don’t think we have a chance to win or advance our goals in the right direction,” Yang said, according to the Daily Beast.
Yang was best known for his promise to pay a “universal income” of $1,000 a month to every American over the age of 18.
Bernie Sanders is in the lead in New Hampshire with 27.7%, Buttigieg in second place at 22.6% and Sen. Klobuchar with 20.8%.
Biden took off to South Carolina on Tuesday ahead of the New Hampshire primaries as his campaign death spirals.
UPDATE– Colorado Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet ends 2020 Democratic presidential bid after pinning campaign’s hopes on New Hampshire.
Senator Michael Bennet is ending his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. He took a middle path in the race, but failed to make gains in the polls. https://t.co/UsLiGUavY3
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 12, 2020
UPDATE– Anti-Trump billionaire Tom Steyer has not dropped out despite a report earlier to the contrary.
— Ben Pu (@BenPu_nbc) February 12, 2020