Republican presidential candidates Carly Fiorina and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie have suspended their presidential campaigns after poor showings at the New Hampshire primary election Tuesday night.
"This campaign was always about citizenship--taking back our country from a political class that only serves the big, the powerful, the wealthy, and the well connected," Fiorina said via a statement posted on social media. "I will continue to serve in order to restore citizen government to this great nation so that together we may fulfill our potential."
The sole female presidential candidate on the Republican ticket received just 4 percent of the vote in the New Hampshire primary, placing seventh in the race.
Meanwhile, according to NBC News, Christie is bowing out of the race after receiving 7 percent of the vote in the New Hampshire primary, placing one spot above Fiorina at sixth place.
Businessman Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary with 35 percent of the vote, followed by Ohio Gov. John Kasich at 16 percent, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) at 12 percent and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) tied for fifth place with 11 percent of the vote.