New Hampshire primary results for 2012 are finally flowing in. It's clear that Mitt Romney will win the granite state for the GOP. Just under half of the voting precincts have reported results.New Hampshire primary results for 2012, with 48% of precincts reporting. Source: AP Iowa Caucus results provided a first look at GOP standings, but Iowa seldom represents the national electorate. In Iowa, Mitt Romney narrowly secured the win over Rick Santorum and Ron Paul. Newt Gingrich and Rick...Read Full Story
The New Hampshire primary election is in full swing today, and Jon Huntsman's campaign is pulling all the stops to push their candidate into second place. Early poll results and unofficial exit polls suggest that Huntsman will come up just shy of second place... with Ron Paul trumping him.Earliest voting tallies show Mitt Romney with a solid lead for the win, followed by Ron Paul with 26.3% of the votes. Huntsman is trailing Paul by about 5%, with 21.1% of votes. Newt Gingrich and Rick...Read Full Story
New Hampshire exit poll front-runners for 2012. Composite by Zimbio, credits Getty Images. More Photos. The New Hampshire primary election kicked off 12 hours ago. NH exit poll is extremely limited and unofficial, but most outlets show Mitt Rommey with a significant lead over all other GOP contenders. Mitt Romney will likely win the state, but his campaign and momentum suffered a setback this week. Romney made a political gaffe by saying "I like to be able to fire people". The...Read Full Story
The New Hampshire primary election kicked off a few hours ago, and already Dixville Notch has completed the election and tallied its votes. Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman each won 2 votes (of 9 registered voters in the town... yeah, it's a small town). Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul each received 1 vote. Three Democratic votes were cast for President Barack Obama. So in Dixville, among the GOP voters, here're the results:Mitt Romney with 33%Jon Huntsman with 33%Newt Gingrich 16.7%Ron Paul 16.7%We...Read Full Story
The New Hampshire Primary is finally here, and it's time to watch the political footrace! Iowa Caucus results provided a first look at GOP standings, but Iowa seldom represents the national electorate. In Iowa, Mitt Romney narrowly secured the win with 24.6% of the vote. Rick Santorum landed with 24.5% (just shy of the leader). Ron Paul was a strong third place with 21.4%. Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry were distant 4th and 5th.So what can we expect from the NH primary results? For one...Read Full Story
Follow the NH Primary results and track NH polls as they happen. The 2012 Presidential primaries start in New Hampshire.