Final Election Results New Hampshire Primary

Near Real Time Election Results on NowPublic from the New Hampshire Primary

FINAL REPORT: 1:00 pm January 09, 2008
 
by Albert N. Milliron

Republican – Total Votes – 228531 – 97.% Repprting

Candidate Votes    Percent    Delegates
McCain    86802    37.98%    7        
Romney    73806    32.30%    4         
Huckabee26035    11.39%    1         
Giuliani    20054    8.78%            
Paul    17831    7.80%             
Thompson2808    1.23%             
Hunter    1195    0.52%                                      

Democrat –  Total Votes – 279077 – 97% Reporting    
andidate Votes       Delegate        
Clinton    110550   39.61%    9    
Obama    102883   36.87%    4         
Edwards    47803  17.13%             
Richardson 12983  4.65%             
Kucinich    3845    1.38%              
Biden       616      0.22%      
Gravel     397      0.14%             
Dodd       195      0.07%                                

 
Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 12:12 AM ET

By Albert N. Milliron, Politisite

Note:  The spread between Clinton and Obama is back over 7000 Votes.  Clinton has Won by 2% points.

Republican – 90% Reporting

McCain 37%

Romney 32%,

Huckabee 11%

Giuliani 9%,

Paul 8%

Thompson 1%

Democrat – 90% Reporting

Clinton 39%

Obama 37%

Edwards 17%

Richardson 5%,

Kucinich 1%

 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 11:13 PM ET

By Albert N. Milliron, Politisite

Senator Clinton give her Victory speech.  There is 12,000 votes left out there.  Clinton and Obama are within 6000 votes of each other.

Republican – 80% Reporting
McCain 37%, 2. Romney 32%, 3. Huckabee 11%, 4. Giuliani 9%, 5. Paul 8%, Thompson 1%
Hunter 1%

Democrat – 80% Reporting
Clinton 39%, 2. Obama 37%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Richardson 5%, 5. Kucinich 1%
Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 10:45 PM ET

By Albert N. Milliron, Politisite

The Associated Press has called the the Democratic Race for Senator Hilliary Clinton
Fox News is saying race is Too Close to Call.  NBC has called the Race for for Clinton
The Spread between Clinton and Obama has gone over 6000 votes.  Politisite projects Senator Hillary Clinton to win.  CNN has called the race for Clinton

Republican – 70% Reporting
McCain 37%, 2. Romney 32%, 3. Huckabee 11%, 4. Giuliani 9%, 5. Paul 8%, Thompson 1%
Hunter 1%

Democrat – 70% Reporting
Clinton 40%, 2. Obama 36%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Richardson 5%, 5. Kucinich 1%

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 10:15 PM ET

The spread between Sen. Clinton and Sen. Obama is about 4000 votes.  With 60% of the Votes in and two major college towns yet to report.  Obama can still over come this spread.  Gov. Mitt Romney has ticked up to within 6 points over the last few reports.  He will be unable to overcome the spread.  The outcome on the Republican side is now falling close to our projections.  Gov Huckabee’s third place finish with 11% of the vote is 7 points lower than our projections.  Could John Edwards make a third party bid?  Bill Krystal from Fox News reports that exit polls show Edwards and Obama demographics look closer than Edwards and Clinton.  If Edwards drops out so he doesn’t have to take a loss in Mi and SC.  Where will his votes go?  Let your opinion be heard!

Republican – 62% Reporting
McCain 37%, 2. Romney 31%, 3. Huckabee 11%, 4. Giuliani 9%, 5. Paul 8%, Thompson 1%
Hunter 1%

Democrat – 62% Reporting
Clinton 39%, 2. Obama 36%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Richardson 5%, 5. Kucinich 2%
 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 09:47 PM ET

By Albert N. Milliron, Politisite

Our Politisite Polls Report on the Republican side lined up as we said. We thought the spread between McCain and Romney would be 5% points or less.  On the Democratic side, we expected a larger gap between Obama and Clinton would be much higher.  We had Obama to win by double digits.  The first votes were coming in from the major cities favoring Clinton.  We expect the Gap to get very close and Obama to over take Clinton in th end.  A recount May be necessary on the Democratic side.

Republican – 51% Reporting
McCain 37%, 2. Romney 32%, 3. Huckabee 11%, 4. Giuliani 9%, 5. Paul 8%, Thompson 1%
Hunter 1%

Democrat – 51% Reporting
Clinton 39%, 2. Obama 37%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Richardson 5%, 5. Kucinich 1%

 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 09:26 PM ET

By Albert N. Milliron, Politisite

Senator John McCain gives his Victory Speech.

Republican – 41% Reporting
McCain 37%, 2. Romney 29%, 3. Huckabee 12%, 4. Giuliani 9%, 5. Paul 8%, Thompson 1%
Hunter 1%

Democrat – 41% Reporting
Clinton 39%, 2. Obama 36%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Richardson 5%, 5. Kucinich 2%

 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 09:05 PM ET

By Albert N. Milliron, Politisite

Governor Mike Huckabee Gives Concession Speach, NBC News Reports Obama / Clinton Tight Race Too close to call

Republican – 30% Reporting

McCain 37 %, 2. Romney 28 %, 3. Huckabee 12 %, 4. Guliani 9%, 5. Paul 8 %, Thompson 1%
Hunter 1%

Democrat – 30% Reporting

Clinton 40%, 2. Obama 36%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Ruchardson 5%, 5. Kucinich 1%

 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 8:49 PM ET By Albert N. Milliron, Politisite

Romney Gives Concession Speech

Republican – 22% Reporting

McCain 37 %, 2. Romney 28 %, 3. Huckabee 12 %, 4. Guliani 9%, 5. Paul 9 %, Thompson1%

Democrat – 22% Reporting

Clinton 40%, 2. Obama 36%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Ruchardson 5%, 5. Kucinich 2%, 6. Biden 0%

 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 8:30 PM ET

 

All Major Networks Projecting Senator John McCain Wins

Republican – 14% Reporting

1. McCain 38 %, 2. Romney 28 %, 3. Huckabee 12 %, 4. Guliani 9%, 5. Paul 8 %, 6. Thompson 2%

     

Democrat – 14% Reporting

1. Clinton 40%, 2. Obama 36%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Ruchardson 4%, 5. Kucinich 2%, 6. Biden 1%

 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 8:25 PM ET

Fox Projects Senator John McCain Wins, NBC Projects Senator John McCain Wins

Republican – 13% Reporting

1. McCain 38 %, 2. Romney 28 %, 3. Huckabee 13 %, 4. Guliani 9%, 5. Paul 9 %, 6. Thompson 1%

Democrat – 13% Reporting

1. Clinton 39%, 2. Obama 37%, 3. Edwards 17%, 4. Ruchardson 4%, 5. Kucinich 2%, 6. Biden 1%

 

 

Update Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 8:15 PM ET

CNN Projects Senator John McCain to Win

CNN Projects Senator Edwards to come in Third

Republican – 12% Reporting

McCain 37 %, Romney 28 %, Huckabee 12 %, Guliani 9 %, Paul 9 %, Thompson 1%

Democrat – 12% Reporting

Clinton 38%, Obama 36%, Edwards 17%, Ruchardson 5%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 0%

 By Albert N. Milliron

Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 7:57 PM ET

 

Real Time Election Results on NowPublic from the New Hampshire Primary

By Albert N. Milliron

Published: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 8:06 PM ET

 

The New Hampshire Polls will be closed at 8pm one hour later then scheduled due to high voter turnout.

Republican – 12% Reporting

McCain 37 %, Romney 28 %, Huckabee 12 %, Guliani 9 %, Paul 9 %, Thompson 2%

Democrat – 12% Reporting

Clinton 39%, Obama 36%, Edwards 17%, Ruchardson 4%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 0%

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