One day before New Hampshire voters cast their ballots in Tuesday’s primary, U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster stopped by the WGBH News pop-up studio in Manchester to voice her support for the candidate she says can defeat Donald Trump in 2020: Pete Buttigieg.

“I had a unique opportunity,” Kuster told Jim and Margery on Boston Public Radio. "I met almost all the candidates… I did events, in some cases several events, with Corey Booker and Elizabeth Warren… [and] at the end of the day, I felt that I owed my constitutes [a look into] my decision making process. Obviously I plan to vote, and I didn’t want to keep it a secret. So a month ago I endorsed mayor Pete Buttigieg, and I feel really good about it.”

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The four-term U.S. Representative went on to praise her candidate of choice, comparing his calm demeanor and relative center-left policies to former president Barack Obama in 2008.

“The most important issue for me, honestly right now, is temperament. I think the American people are exhausted by [President Trump,] and they feel that the day-to-day vitriol, and the drama [is enough]… I was one of the first people on board with Obama, we used to call him ‘no drama Obama.’”