The New Hampshire primary added another dramatic turn to the 2016 presidential race, with candidates running on anti-establishment platforms trouncing more moderate challengers. Real estate mogul Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner, took 35 percent of the vote, more than twice that of the second-place finisher, Ohio governor John Kasich. Meanwhile, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders received a whopping 60 percent of Democrats' votes, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton--the narrow victor in last week's Iowa caucuses--finishing a distant second.

Well-known entrepreneurs took to Twitter and other platforms to voice their opinions about the primary results and their thoughts on what's been a surprising and chaotic election year so far. Among those who weighed in was Shark Tank star Mark Cuban, who has not been shy recently about making his views on the candidates known. Here's what he and others had to say.

Cuban asserted--not for the first time--that he's not a fan of fellow Texan Ted Cruz, linking to an unflattering article about Cruz campaign strategist Jeff Roe:

Media mogul and magazine entrepreneur Steve Forbes, a candidate for president in 1996 and 2000, postulated that the Sanders win would pave the way for yet another well-known Democratic candidate:

Hedge fund founder and billionaire John Arnold, like Forbes, saw an opening for another moderate candidate--one of his fellow billionaires:

Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington saw a hopeful sign in Kasich's second-place finish:

News Corp owner and media titan Rupert Murdoch took aim at Hillary Clinton's concession speech:

Venture capitalist and Netscape founder Marc Andreessen retweeted an image that captured some of the evening's sentiment:

But perhaps it was Zipcar founder Robin Chase who best summed up the New Hampshire primary, in an email to Inc.:

"Crazy to see those results," she wrote. "They were unimaginable and impossible just a year ago."