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BREAKING: Live election 2012 results from across the Granite State

  • Tilton voters cast their ballots at Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

    Tilton voters cast their ballots at Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

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  • Congressman Frank Guinta talks with Gerry Gagne of Sanbornton outside Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

    Congressman Frank Guinta talks with Gerry Gagne of Sanbornton outside Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

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  • A statue of Major Caleb Stark stands in the Dunbarton town center with a flag draped over the front on Tuesday evening, November 6, 2012. According to the plaque accompanying the statue, Stark was the first child of General John Stark and was born in Dunbarton in 1759. He represents the town's minutemen during the Revolutionary War.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    A statue of Major Caleb Stark stands in the Dunbarton town center with a flag draped over the front on Tuesday evening, November 6, 2012. According to the plaque accompanying the statue, Stark was the first child of General John Stark and was born in Dunbarton in 1759. He represents the town's minutemen during the Revolutionary War.

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  • Tilton voters cast their ballots at Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)
  • Congressman Frank Guinta talks with Gerry Gagne of Sanbornton outside Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)
  • A statue of Major Caleb Stark stands in the Dunbarton town center with a flag draped over the front on Tuesday evening, November 6, 2012. According to the plaque accompanying the statue, Stark was the first child of General John Stark and was born in Dunbarton in 1759. He represents the town's minutemen during the Revolutionary War.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

Hello everybody and welcome to the Monitor’s live results blog for election night 2012. We’ll be posting results from the various races from across the area. Be sure to stay tuned to see how the voting went in your district.

1:02 a.m.: Well folks, that's all for tonight. Be sure to grab a copy of tomorrow's Monitor to check out stories detailing the various races across the state and results that weren't detailed in our blog tonight!

12:56 a.m.: BREAKING NEWS: Mitt Romney gives concession speech. President Obama has officially been elected to serve another 4-year term.

12:34 a.m.: BREAKING NEWS: Carol Shea-Porter and Frank Guinta's race for a seat in Congress is still too close to call.

12:00 a.m.: BREAKING NEWS: Annie Kuster defeats incumbent Charlie Bass for seat in Congress.

11:44 p.m.: BREAKING NEWS: Romney campaign does not concede Ohio. Obama has not yet won election.

11:32 p.m.: More New Hampshire results are rolling into the Monitor.

Hillsboro

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,490

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 1,213

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 47

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 3

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,529

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 1,119

John J. Babiarz (L) – 101

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 1,207

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,327

Hardy Macia (L) – 168

Executive Councilor

David K. Wheeler (R) – 1,213

Debora B. Pignatelli (D) – 1,326

State Senator

Bob Odell (R) – 1,348

Christopher Wallenstein (D) – 1,193

State Representative Hillsborough District 1

Holly L. Mecheski (R) – 1,032

Robert A. Fredette (R) – 1,067

Gilman Shattuck (D) – 1,282

Marjorie Porter (D) – 1,434

State Representative Hillsborough District 38

Alexandra B. Riley (R) – 1,054

Frank Edelbiut (R) – 928

Richard D. McNamara (D) – 1,372

Richard Sutherland Eaton (D) – 1,228

Sheriff

James A. Hardy (R) – 1,340

Bill Barry (D) – 1,219

County Attorney

Patricia M. LaFrance (D) – 1,349

Dennis Hogan (R) – 1,169

County Treasurer

Shannon Bernier (D) – 1,349

David G. Fredette (R) – 1,163

Register of Deeds

Louise Wright (D) – 1,264

Pamela D. Coughlin (R) – 1,236

Register of Probate

Joseph Kelly Levasseur (R) – 1,185

Graham V. Smith (D) – 1,298

County Commissioner

Carol H. Holden (R) – 1,091

Susan Ladmer (D) – 1,196

James B. Parker (L) – 227

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,349

No – 1,172

Question 2

Yes – 1,048

No – 1,416

Question 3

Yes – 819

No – 1,673

Central Harbor

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 308

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 406

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 2

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 0

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 350

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 342

John J. Babiarz (L) – 13

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 389

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 287

Hardy Macia (L) – 15

Executive Councilor

Raymond Burton (R) – 389

Beth Funicella (D) – 196

Howard Wilson (L) – 19

State Senator

Jeanie Forrester (R) – 442

Robert C. Lamb, Jr. (R) – 236

State Representative

Ruth Gulick (R) – 285

Timothy Quinney (D) – 373

Register of Deeds

Barbara R. Luther (D) – 417

Kerstin Ahlgren (R) – 201

Register of Probate

Karen Brickner (R) – 404

Esther Shartar-Howe (D) – 211

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 376

No – 245

Question 2

Yes – 331

No – 280

Question 3

Yes –237

No – 358


Bristol

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 779

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 821

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 17

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 4

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 810

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 736

John J. Babiarz (L) – 67

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 831

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 676

Hardy Macia (L) – 86

Executive Councilor

Raymond Burton (R) – 949

Beth Funicella (D) – 467

Howard Wilson (L) – 87

State Senator

Jeanie Forrester (R) – 882

Robert C. Lamb, Jr. (R) – 652

State Representatives Grafton District 9

Jeff Shackett. (R) – 852

Skip Reilly (R) – 788

Judy Wallick (L) – 595

Phillip Preston (D) – 484

State Representatives Grafton District 17

CAtherine Mulholland (D) – 669

Paul H. Simard (R) – 800


County Treasurer

Bonnie McCrory Parker (D) – 543

Carol A. Elliott (R) – 885

Register of Deeds

Tyler Drummond (R) – 744

Kelley Jean Monahan (D) – 678

County Commissioner

Omer C. Ahern, Jr. (R) – 765

Martha B. Richards (D) – 696

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 870

No – 615

Question 2

Yes – 736

No – 709

Question 3

Yes – 531

No – 917


11:19 p.m. BREAKING NEWS: FOX and NBC have called Ohio for President Obama, giving him enough votes to win re-election for a second term.

11:16 p.m.: Results continue to trickle in here at the Monitor.

Belmont

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,782

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 1,816

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 40

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 4

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,888

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 1,606

John J. Babiarz (L) – 105

Representative in Congress

Frank Guinta (R) – 1,740

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,622

Brendan Kelly (L) – 161

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 1,727

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,449

State Senator

Andrew J. Hossmer (D) – 1,834

joseph F. Youssef (R) – 1,540

State Representative Belknap District 6

Michael Sylvia (R) – 1,646

Charles Fink (R) – 1,575

Ronald J. Cormier (D) – 1,517

George Concodemetraky (D) – 1,118

State Representative Belknap District 9

Harry Accornero (R) – 1,566

Beth Arsenault (D) – 1,704

Register of Deeds

Barbara R. Luther (D) – 1,867

Kerstin Ahlgren (R) – 1,327

Register of Probate

Karen Brickner (R) – 1,895

Esther Shartar-Howe (D) – 1,274

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,919

No – 1,258

Question 2

Yes – 1,541

No – 1,567

Question 3

Yes – 1,151

No – 1,967


10:50 p.m.: More sets of results are in.

Epsom

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,195

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 1,333

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 23

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 5

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,262

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 1,211

John J. Babiarz (L) – 54

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 1,263

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,086

Hardy Macia (L) – 119

Executive Councilor

Christopher Pappas (D) – 1,109

Robert Burns (D) – 1,083

Kenneth E. Blevens (L) – 132

State Senator

Nancy R.B. Fraher (D) – 1,113

John Reagan (R) – 1,241

State Representatives Merrimack District 21

Dan McGuire (R) – 1,143

Gerard A. LeDuc (R) – 991

Mary E. Frambach (D) – 1,137

Fred B. Carlson (D) – 974


County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 1,188

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,059

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 841

Kathi Guay (R) – 1,464

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,327

No – 963

Question 2

Yes – 1,077

No – 1,151

Question 3

Yes – 709

No – 1,541


Pittsfield

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 959

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 936

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 35

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 24

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 985

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 875

John J. Babiarz (L) – 69

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 925

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 843

Hardy Macia (L) – 108

Executive Councilor

Christopher Pappas (D) – 851

Robert Burns (D) – 811

Kenneth E. Blevens – 112

State Senator

Nancy R.B. Fraher (D) – 864

John Reagan (R) – 926

State Representatives Merrimack District 21

Dan McGuire (R) – 843

Gerard A. LeDuc (R) – 817

Mary E. Frambach (D) – 800

Fred B. Carlson (D) – 720

State Representatives Merrimack District 29

Carol McGuire (R) – 912

Nancy Heath (D) – 863

County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 925

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 770

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 685

Kathi Guay (R) – 1,048


2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 935

No – 803

Question 2

Yes – 772

No – 916

Question 3

Yes – 591

No – 1,097

Newbury

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 664

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 680

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 6

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 3

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 717

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 594

John J. Babiarz (L) – 31

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 666

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 617

Hardy Macia (L) – 44

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 647

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 564

State Senator

Bob Odell (R) – 866

Christopher Wallenstein (R) – 414

State Representative

Steve Winter (R) – 628

David H. Kidder (R) – 657

Steven Russell (D) – 443

Karen Ebel (D) – 636


County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 669

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 506

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 435

Kathi Guay (R) – 766

County Commissioner

Bill Cohen (D) – 489

Peter J.Spaulding (R) – 724


2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 664

No – 530

Question 2

Yes – 545

No – 615

Question 3

Yes – 406

No – 766


BREAKING NEWS: Thomas J. Croteau wins 2-year seat on Concord School Board. Kassandra S. Ardinger, Oliver B. Spencer and Clint Cogswell win 3-year seats.


10:36 p.m.: Our last Concord ward is in.

Concord Ward 3

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,028

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 540

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 18

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 2

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,083

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 473

John J. Babiarz (L) – 33

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 577

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 929

Hardy Macia (L) – 48

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 524

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 936

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,103

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 413

State Representatives Merrimack District 27

Ron Noyes (R) – 573

Chip Rice (D) – 739

Mary Stuart Gile (D) – 944


County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 527

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 843

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 671

Kathi Guay (R) – 736

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 638

Liz Blanchard (D) – 802

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 628

No – 776

Question 2

Yes – 528

No – 861

Question 3

Yes – 477

No – 904

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 226

Thomas J. Croteau – 594

Ridgely Mauck – 149

Patrick H. Taylor – 220

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver Spencer – 534

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 825

George Cofrin – 564

Clint Cogswell – 807

10:16 p.m.: The next wave of results are in.

Tilton

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 997

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 853

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 28

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 0

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,037

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 735

John J. Babiarz (L) – 74

Representative in Congress

Frank Guinta (R) – 764

Carol Shea-Porter (D) – 910

Brendan Kelly (L) – 130

Executive Councilor

Raymond Burton (R) – 897

Beth Funicella (D) – 652

Howard Wilson (L) – 140

State Senator

Jeanie Forrester (R) – 898

Robert C. Lamb, Jr. (R) – 834

State Representatives

Timothy P. Lang, Sr. (R) – 649

Dennis H. Fields (R) – 803

Ian Raymond (L) – 778

Jane Alden (D) – 885


Register of Deeds

Kerstin Ahlgren (D) – 813

Barbara R. Luther (R) – 825

Register of Probate

Karen Brickner (R) – 860

Esther Shartar-Howe (D) – 768

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 972

No – 701

Question 2

Yes – 807

No – 827

Question 3

Yes – 621

No – 1,009


New London

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,737

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 1,384

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 30

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 0

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,732

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 1,238

John J. Babiarz (L) – 51

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 1,418

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,495

Hardy Macia (L) – 57

Executive Councilor

Raymond Burton (R) – 672

Beth Funicella (D) – 1,081

Howard Wilson (L) – 105

State Senator

Bob Odell (R) – 1,863

Christopher Wallenstein (R) – 980

State Representative

Steve Winter (R) – 614

David H. Kidder (R) – 1,747

Steven Russell (L) – 792

Karen Ebel (D) – 1,677


County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 1,387

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,202

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 1,060

Kathi Guay (R) – 1,580

County Commissioner

Peter J. Spaulding (R) – 771

Bill Cohen (D) – 1,213

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,399

No – 1,336

Question 2

Yes – 1,210

No – 1,448

Question 3

Yes – 957

No – 1,675


9:35 p.m.: We have three new towns reporting.

Deerfield

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,133

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 1,485

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 36

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 1

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,195

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 1,391

John J. Babiarz (L) – 55

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 1,389

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,066

Hardy Macia (L) – 98

Executive Councilor

Robert Burns (R) – 1,101

Chris Pappas (D) – 1,165

Kenneth E. Blevens – 129

State Senator

Nancy R.B. Fraher (D) – 1,044

John Reagan (R) – 1,400

State Representative Rockingham District 2

Carol Ann Levesque (D) – 1,054

Gail A. Mills (D) – 862

Richard H. Snow (D) – 981

Romeo Danais (R) – 1,029

Joe Duarte (R) – 1,087

Kyle Tasker (R) – 1,230


State Representative Rockingham District 32

Donald Gorman (R) – 1,205

Maureen Mann (D) – 1,228


Sheriff

Michael Downing (R) – 1,294

John Clark (D) – 992

County Attorney

Jim Reams (R) – 1,233

Joe Plaia (D) – 992

Max Abramson (L) – 148

County Treasurer

Edward R. Buck (R) – 1,259

David E. Ahern (D) – 946

Register of Probate

Andrew Christie (R) – 1,265

Debra E. Crapo (D) – 940

Register of Deeds

Robert E. Padian (D) – 837

Cathy Satcey (R) – 1,380

County Commissioner

Kevin L. Coyle (R) – 1,287

Bob Davidson (D) – 953

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,391

No – 973

Question 2

Yes – 1,101

No – 1,177

Question 3

Yes – 776

No – 1,511


Boscawen

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,000

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 766

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 34

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 3

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,007

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 694

John J. Babiarz (L) – 72

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 769

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 828

Hardy Macia (L) – 120

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 754

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 808

State Senator

Andrew J. Hossmer (D) – 966

joseph F. Youssef (R) – 645

State Representative Merrimack District 26

Jason R. Parent (R) – 675

Lorrie J. Carey (D) – 976

County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 744

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 780

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 635

Kathi Guay (R) – 949

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 748

Liz Blanchard (D) – 862

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 804

No – 706

Question 2

Yes – 663

No – 797

Question 3

Yes – 556

No – 929


New Hampton

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 646

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 636

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 691

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 563

Representative in Congress

Frank Guinta (R) – 603

Carol Shea-Porter (D) – 611

Executive Councilor

Raymond Burton (R) – 722

Beth Funicella (D) – 427

State Senator

Jeanie Forrester (R) – 671

Robert C. Lamb, Jr. (D) – 555

State Representative Merrimack District 19

Kenneth L. Georgevits (R) – 1,112

Dick Patten (D) – 1,474


State Representative

Timothy Quinney (R) – 525

Ruth Gulick (D) – 694


Register of Deeds

Barbara R. Luther (D) – 659

Kerstin Ahlgren (R) – 438

Register of Probate

Karen Brickner (R) – 641

Esther Shartar-Howe (D) – 495

County Commissioner

David D. DeVoy II (R) – 583

Edward D. Philpot (D) – 569

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 660

No – 517

Question 2

Yes – 538

No – 607

Question 3

Yes – 375

No – 771

9:35 p.m.: We now have Barnstead in.

Barnstead

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,125

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 1,254

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 30

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 1

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,198

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 1,120

John J. Babiarz (L) – 72

Representative in Congress

Frank Guinta (R) – 1,153

Carol Shea-Porter (D) – 1,154

Brendan Kelly (L) – 135

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 1,185

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 957

State Senator

Richard Leonard (D) – 1,027

Sam Cataldo (R) – 1,165

State Representative Belknap District 7

Guy Comtois (R) – 1,255

Dick Patten (D) – 1,012


State Representative Belknap District 8

Jane Cormier (R) – 1,193

Robert Smith (D) – 990

Register of Deeds

Barbara R. Luther (D) – 1,215

Kerstin Ahlgren (R) – 910

Register of Probate

Karen Brickner (R) – 1,253

Esther Shartar-Howe (D) – 866

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,188

No – 980

Question 2

Yes – 946

No – 1,160

Question 3

Yes – 732

No – 1,386

9:25 p.m.: BREAKING NEWS: The Associated Press has called the New Hampshire's governor's race for Maggie Hassan.

9:21 p.m.: Here comes Concord wards 9 and 10:

Concord Ward 10

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,575

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 1,161

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 10

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 3

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,679

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 1,013

John J. Babiarz (L) – 31

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 1,168

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,433

Hardy Macia (L) – 66

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 1,015

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,479

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,724

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 865

State Representative Merrimack District 19

Kenneth L. Georgevits (R) – 1,112

Dick Patten (D) – 1,474


State Representative Merrimack District 28

Al Jones (R) – 990

Katherine D. Rogers (D) – 1,518


County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 1,087

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,258

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 967

Kathi Guay (R) – 1,478

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 1,308

Liz Blanchard (D) – 1,173

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,055

No – 1,292

Question 2

Yes – 866

No – 1,444

Question 3

Yes – 743

No – 1,564

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 545

Thomas J. Croteau – 935

Ridgely Mauck – 214

Patrick H. Taylor – 377

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver B. Spencer – 933

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 1,362

George Cofrin – 1,104

Clint Cogswell – 1,356

Concord Ward 9

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,189

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 733

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 32

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 1

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,240

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 638

John J. Babiarz (L) – 54

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 708

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,096

Hardy Macia (L) – 81

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 672

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,081

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,243

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 573

State Representative Merrimack District 18

Kevin Moore (R) – 614

Candace C.W. Bouchard (D) – 1,120


State Representative Merrimack District 28

Al Jones (R) – 586

Katherine D. Rogers (D) – 1,171


County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 685

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 988

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 855

Kathi Guay (R) – 847

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 771

Liz Blanchard (D) – 953

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 781

No – 861

Question 2

Yes –688

No – 919

Question 3

Yes – 552

No – 1,058

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 362

Thomas J. Croteau – 544

Ridgely Mauck – 125

Patrick H. Taylor – 344

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver B. Spencer – 698

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 890

George Cofrin – 619

Clint Cogswell – 779

9:10 p.m.: More Concord wards are coming through:

Concord Ward 8

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,199

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 673

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 29

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 1

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,216

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 584

John J. Babiarz (L) – 69

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 676

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,065

Hardy Macia (L) – 94

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 651

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,023

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,237

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 504

State Representative Merrimack District 17

Chris Wood (R) – 571

Dick Patten (D) – 1,149


State Representative Merrimack District 28

Al Jones (R) – 539

Katherine D. Rogers (D) – 1,152


County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 645

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 984

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 766

Kathi Guay (R) – 916

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 731

Liz Blanchard (D) – 953

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 757

No – 864

Question 2

Yes – 611

No – 971

Question 3

Yes – 535

No – 1,047

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 246

Thomas J. Croteau – 541

Ridgely Mauck – 71

Patrick H. Taylor – 259

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver B. Spencer – 537

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 733

George Cofrin – 477

Clint Cogswell – 689

Concord Ward 2

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,297

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 696

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 24

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 1

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,320

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 614

John J. Babiarz (L) – 57

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 703

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,162

Hardy Macia (L) – 91

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 696

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,128

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,296

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 586

State Representative Merrimack District 27

Ron Noyes (R) – 722

Chip Rice (D) – 1,804

Mary Stuart Gile (D) – 1,085

County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 710

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,031

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 859

Kathi Guay (R) – 930

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 773

Liz Blanchard (D) – 1,037

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 877

No – 826

Question 2

Yes – 749

No – 921

Question 3

Yes – 583

No – 1,084

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 275

Thomas J. Croteau – 499

Ridgely Mauck – 112

Patrick H. Taylor – 287

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver B. Spencer – 547

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 779

George Cofrin – 480

Clint Cogswell – 667

8:39 p.m.: We have a few more Concord wards reporting now:

Concord Ward 7

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,720

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 806

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 23

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 1

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,764

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 717

John J. Babiarz (L) – 50

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 845

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,535

Hardy Macia (L) – 92

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 732

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,559

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,787

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 601

State Representative Merrimack District 27

Ron Noyes (R) – 761

Chip Rice (D) – 1,416

Mary Stuart Gile (D) – 1,434

County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 758

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,332

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 1,069

Kathi Guay (R) – 1,113

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 1,029

Liz Blanchard (D) – 1,186

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 857

No – 1,305

Question 2

Yes – 732

No – 1,377

Question 3

Yes – 640

No – 1,470

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 365

Thomas J. Croteau – 922

Ridgely Mauck – 214

Patrick H. Taylor – 352

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver B. Spencer – 814

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 1,262

George Cofrin – 934

Clint Cogswell – 1,272

Concord Ward 5

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,703

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 807

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 15

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 0

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,721

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 744

John J. Babiarz (L) – 31

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 860

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,566

Hardy Macia (L) – 40

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 722

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,603

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,808

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 588

State Representatives

Debra Johnson (R) – 678

Richard E. Kennedy (R) – 685

Frank Rosano (R) – 604

Mel Myler (D) – 1,330

Gary B. Richardson (D) – 1,484

Mary Jane Wallner (D) – 1,577

County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 747

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,333

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 1,089

Kathi Guay (R) – 1,101

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 1,114

Liz Blanchard (D) – 1,141

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 806

No – 1,372

Question 2

Yes – 682

No – 1,430

Question 3

Yes – 587

No – 1,505

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 317

Thomas J. Croteau – 662

Ridgely Mauck – 281

Patrick H. Taylor – 379

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver Spencer – 878

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 1,321

George Cofrin – 775

Clint Cogswell – 1,318

Concord Ward 1

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,624

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 778

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 27

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 1

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,638

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 687

John J. Babiarz (L) – 71

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 807

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,417

Hardy Macia (L) – 129

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 786

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,382

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,629

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 621

State Representative Merrimack District 27

Ron Noyes (R) – 805

Chip Rice (D) – 1,032

Mary Stuart Gile (D) – 1,359

County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 798

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,289

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 1,005

Kathi Guay (R) – 1,139

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 815

Liz Blanchard (D) – 1,379

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 1,033

No – 1,059

Question 2

Yes – 863

No – 1,169

Question 3

Yes – 676

No – 1,378

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 43

Thomas J. Croteau – 121

Ridgely Mauck – 21

Patrick H. Taylor – 28

Board of Education (three year term)

Olivia Spencer – 106

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 130

George Cofrin – 101

Clint Cogswell – 127


8:11 p.m. And we have our first results of the night! It’s Concord Ward 6. Here’s how the breakdown went:

Concord Ward 6

President

Barack Obama (Democrat) – 1,349

Mitt Romney (Republican) – 511

Gary Johnson (Libertarian) – 32

Virgil Goode (Constitution) – 4

Governor

Maggie Hassan (D) – 1,317

Ovide Lamontagne (R) – 476

John J. Babiarz (L) – 82

Representative in Congress

Charlie Bass (R) – 539

Ann McLane Kuster (D) – 1,157

Hardy Macia (L) – 122

Executive Councilor

Michael J. Tierney (R) – 562

Colin Van Ostern (D) – 1,136

State Senator

Sylvia B. Larsen (D) – 1,285

Lydia Dube Harman (R) – 460

State Representatives Merrimack District 27

Ron Noyes (R) – 579

Chip Rice (D) – 848

Mary Stuart Gile (D) – 994

County Treasurer

Leslie Gordon Hammond (R) – 554

Leo R. Bernier (D) – 1,041

Register of Deeds

Carl W. Soderstrom (D) – 883

Kathi Guay (R) – 743

County Commissioner

Elizabeth Hager (R) – 647

Liz Blanchard (D) – 1,009

2012 Constitutional Amendments Questions

Question 1

Yes – 807

No – 808

Question 2

Yes – 620

No – 946

Question 3

Yes – 569

No – 1,022

Concord School District

Board of Education (two year term)

Eric Weiner – 325

Thomas J. Croteau – 506

Ridgely Mauck – 155

Patrick H. Taylor – 344

Board of Education (three year term)

Oliver Spencer – 608

Kassandra S. Ardinger– 848

George Cofrin – 563

Clint Cogswell – 732

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