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The maps below will update as results come rolling in. Scroll down this page or click these section links to see election results for:
- U.S. Senate and NH governor
- U.S. House (NH01 and NH02)
- NH State Senate
- NH State House
- NH ballot questions
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🥇 Race calls
U.S. Senate & NH Governor
Democratic incumbent Sen. Maggie Hassan is facing Republican challenger General Don Bolduc. Republican incumbent Gov. Chris Sununu is facing Democratic challenger Dr. Tom Sherman.
Democratic incumbent Rep. Chris Pappas is facing Republican challenger Karoline Leavitt in NH01. Democratic incumbent Rep. Annie Kuster is facing Republican challenger Robert Burns in NH02.
NH State Senate
All 24 seats are up for election. In 2020, Republicans won a 14-10 majority in the NH Senate.
NH State House
All 400 seats are up for election. In 2020, Republicans won a 213-187 majority in the NH House.
NH Executive Council
All five members of the Executive Council are up for reelection in contested races. Results from AP will be available on NHPR's website.
Republicans currently hold a 4-1 majority on the council:
- District 1: Republican incumbent Joseph D. Kenney of Wakefield faces Democratic challenger Dana S. Hilliard of Somersworth.
- District 2: Democratic incumbent Cinde Warmington of Concord faces Republican challenger Harold F. French of Canterbury.
- District 3: Republican incumbent Janet Stevens of Rye faces Democratic challenger Katherine Harake of Hampton.
- District 4: Republican incumbent Ted Gatsas of Manchester faces Democrat challenger Kevin J. Cavanaugh of Manchester.
- District 5: Republican incumbent Dave Wheeler of Milford faces Democrat challenger Shoshanna Kelly of Nashua.
Election results for down-ballot races, which will eventually be available on the NH Secretary of State's website, will be covered in the course of Granite Memo's reporting.
For county-level election results, visit WMUR's website.