New Hampshire Election Results

September 15, 2010 by USA Post 

New Hampshire Election Results, In one of the most closely watched primary elections, U.S. Senate s Kelly Ayotte candidate Ovide Lamontagne continues to lead in the GOP primaries in New Hampshire.

With 10 percent of the vote counted, Ms. Ayotte is a disadvantage of 21 percentage points. The final resutls have Ms. Lamontagne main 53 percent to 32 percent.

In the race for the seat Sen. Judd Gregg tense in the Senate (Mr. Gregg is retiring after this year), both estblishment and anti-establihsment candidates made their voices heard. Both Senator Jim DeMint and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin offered support for Ms. Ayotte, moderate Republican candidate getting more attention and fundraising power.

Before the primary, most polls show Ms. Ayotte a slight advantage. Many consider it more likely to win in November on Congressman Paul Hodes, the uncontested Democratic candidate.

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