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   =  REPUBLICAN    =  DEMOCRAT    =  LIBERTARIAN

=  Winners

 Federal Level: 

 United States House of Representatives (District 1):

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Bradley, Jeb (R):  Incumbent, seeking 3rd term 95,538 49%
Shea-Porter, Carol (D):  Challenger 100,837 51%

 State Level: 

 Governor:

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Coburn, James B. (R):  Challenger 104,223 26%
Kahn, Rich (L): Write-In Challenger Unreported ---
Lynch, John (D):  Incumbent, seeking 2nd term 298,677 74%

 Executive Councilor (District 5)

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Pignatelli, Debora B. (D):  Incumbent 44,671 59%
Wheeler, Dave  (R):  Challenger 30,740 41%

 State Senate (District 20):

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% D'Allesandro, Lou  (D):  Incumbent, seeking 5th term 7,466 62%
Wheeler, Robert  (R):  Challenger 4,481 38%

 State Representatives (Hillsborough County District 7) - Top 8 candidates are elected: 

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Barbour, Barbara (D):  Challenger 2,868 5.6%
Beliveau, Ivan E. (D):  Challenger 2,631 5.2%
Day, Russell C.  (R):  Challenger 3,263 6.2%
Emerton, Larry A. (R):  Incumbent, seeking 10th term 3,600 7.0%
Fletcher, Richard E. (R):  Challenger 3,274 6.4%
Greenberg, Faye R.  (D):  Challenger 2,764 5.4%
Holden, Randolph "Rip" (R):  Incumbent, seeking 4th term 3,645 7.1%
Hunter, Bruce F. (R):  Incumbent, seeking 8th term 3,371 7.2%
Kurk, Neal M. (R):  Incumbent, seeking 11th term 3,679 7.2%
Manney, Pamela V. (R):  Incumbent, seeking 2nd term 3,459 6.7%
McRae, Karen K. (R):  Incumbent, seeking 11th term 3,696 7.2%
Packard, Al (D):  Challenger 2,823 5.5%
Teevan, Kelly (D): Challenger 2,903 5.6%
Till, Mary L. (D):  Challenger 2,989 5.9%
Walderich, Denise (D):  Challenger 2,832 5.5%
Welch, Donald (D):  Challenger 2,787 5.4%
Wilbur, Lisa (L): Write-In Challenger 1,012 2.0%

 County Level:

 Sheriff:

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Hardy, James A. (R):  Incumbent 54,813 52%
Wheeler, Harold (D):  Challenger 49,744 48%

 County Attorney:

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Lefebvre-Wageling, Marguerite (R):  Incumbent 65,161 100%
No democratic challenger listed    

 County Treasurer:

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Fredette, David G. (R):  Incumbent   50,646 48%
Pappas, Christopher C. (D):  Challenger 53,805 52%

 Register of Deeds:

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% MacDonald, Judith A. (R):  Incumbent  60,259 58%
Mooskian, Charles T. (D):  Challenger 43,775 42%

 Register of Probate:

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Lopez, Doreen (D):  Challenger 47,484 46%
Rivard, Bob (R):  Incumbent 55,966 54%

 County Commissioner (District 3):

% Reporting Candidates Votes Margin
100% Joseph G. Hickey, Sr. (D):  Challenger 18,328 44%
Carol H. Holden (R):  Incumbent  22,968 56%

       

  State Constitutional Issues:

       

Question No. 1:  "Are you in favor of amending the first part of the Constitution by inserting a new article 12-a to provide that private property can only be taken as follows:

(Article 12-a, Power To Take Property Limited): No part of a person's property shall be taken by eminent domain and transferred, directly or indirectly, to another person if the taking is for the purpose of private development or other private use of the property."

(This question is submitted to the voters by the 2006 Legislature on votes of 277 to 61 in the House of Representatives and 24 to 0 in the Senate. CACR 30)

% Reporting   Votes Margin
100% YES: 315,927 85%
NO: 53,587 15%
       

Question No. 2. "Are you in favor of amending the second part of the Constitution by amending article 11 to read as follows:

(Article 11, Small Towns; Representation by Districts): When the population of any town or ward, according to the last federal census, is within a reasonable deviation from the ideal population for one or more representative seats, the town or ward shall have its own district of one or more representative seats. The apportionment shall not deny any other town or ward membership in one non-floterial representative district. When any town, ward, or unincorporated place has fewer than the number of inhabitants necessary to entitle it to one representative, the Legislature shall form those towns, wards or unincorporated places into representative districts which contain a sufficient number of inhabitants to entitle each district so formed to one or more representatives for the entire district. In forming the districts, the boundaries of towns, wards and unincorporated places shall be preserved and contiguous. The excess number of inhabitants of a district may be added to the excess number of inhabitants of other districts to form at-large or floterial districts conforming to acceptable deviations. The Legislature shall form the representative districts at the regular session following every decennial federal census."

(This question is submitted to the voters by the 2006 Legislature on votes of 256 to 55 in the House of Representatives and 16 to 7 in the Senate. CACR 41)

% Reporting   Votes Margin
100% YES: 239,994 70%
NO: 100,668 30%
       

    

    

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  New Hampshire General Court
  New Hampshire Secretary of State
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