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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Election 2020: New Hampshire Primary Results

Voting, elections and state polls concept: Ballot box with state flag in the background - New Hampshire. (Photo: AdobeStock)

Live results of the 2020 New Hampshire Primary, the first in the nation vote casting contest on both sides of the aisle. Leading up to Election Day, Bernie Sanders held a lead in the Granite State, which he carried against Hillary Clinton in 2016 by 22 points, the largest margin ever in a Democratic primary. The state has a long history of supporting neighboring candidates.

100% of precincts reporting
Candidate Votes Pct. Pledged delegates
Bernie Sanders 76,324 25.7% 9
Pete Buttigieg 72,457 24.4 9
Amy Klobuchar 58,796 19.8 6
Elizabeth Warren 27,387 9.2 0
Joseph R. Biden Jr. 24,921 8.4 0
Tom Steyer 10,721 3.6 0
Tulsi Gabbard 9,655 3.3 0
Andrew Yang 8,315 2.8 0
Total Write-ins 4,449 1.5 0
Deval Patrick 1,266 0.4 0
Michael Bennet 963 0.3 0
Cory Booker 155 0.1 0
Joe Sestak 143 0.0 0
Kamala Harris 104 0.0 0
Marianne Williamson 95 0.0 0
Steve Burke 85 0.0 0
John Delaney 82 0.0 0
Julián Castro 81 0.0 0
Robby Wells 81 0.0 0
Tom Koos 70 0.0 0
Michael Ellinger 65 0.0 0
Steve Bullock 62 0.0 0
Henry Hewes 54 0.0 0
David Thistle 53 0.0 0
Sam Sloan 39 0.0 0
Mosie Boyd 33 0.0 0
Ben Gleiberman 31 0.0 0
Thomas Torgesen 30 0.0 0
Mark Greenstein 29 0.0 0
Rita Krichevsky 23 0.0 0
Lorenz Kraus 21 0.0 0
Roque De La Fuente III 12 0.0 0
Jason Dunlap 11 0.0 0
Raymond Moroz 9 0.0 0

296,622 votes, 301 of 301 precincts

Source: New Hampshire Secretary of State and Associated Press (AP)

Polls Favored Bernie Sanders

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