NEW HAMPSHIRE 4 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, New Hampshire Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 1, 2000                1,235,786
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000              911,000 % change from '96  +4.8
Total Registration, Nov. 2000                     854,695 (includes 65,428 same day) 
Rep. 301,844 (35.2%)   Dem. 224,295 (26.2%)   Undecl. 328,556 (38.4%) 
New Hampshire has: 10 counties.
Five largest counties: Hillsborough, Rockingham, Merrimack, Strafford, Grafton. 
Five largest cities: Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Derry, Rochester.

Government
Governor: Jeanne Shaheen (D) up for re-election in 2000.
State Legislature: New Hampshire General Court   House: 152D, 241R, 1I, 6v   Senate: 12D,12R
Local: Cities and Towns   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 2R - 1. J.Sununu (R) | 2. C.Bass (R).
U.S. Senate: Bob Smith (R) up for re-election in 2002, Judd Gregg (R) re-elected in 1998. 

Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
Governor: Jeanne Shaheen (D) re-elected, defeating former Sen. Gordon Humphrey (R) 48.74% to 43.76% with state Sen. Mary Brown (I) at 6.36%.
State Legislature: Republicans gained a one-seat majority in the Senate and increased their margin in the House.  House 141D, 257R, 1I, 1v   Senate: 11D, 13R.
U.S. House: Both members re-elected.

The Granite State
 

 State of New Hampshire
Secretary of State

Libertarian Party of NH
Natural Law Party-NH
NH Democratic Party
NH Greens
NH Republican State Comm.
Reform Party of NH
Constitution Party-NH

The Union Leader
Concord Monitor
Media (Newsp.)
Media (TV)

Politics1-NH
 

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.)...........246,214 (49.32)
Dole (Rep.)................196,532 (39.37)
Perot (Ref.).................48,390
 (9.69)
Others (2+w/ins)............8,039
(1.61)
Total........499,175

1992
Clinton (Dem.)...........209,040 (38.86)
Bush (Rep.)...............202,484 (37.64)
Perot (Ind.)................121,337
 (22.56)
Others (3+w/ins)...........5,084
(0.95)
Total........537,945

Results
2000
+Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
273,559
(48.07)
Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
266,348
(46.80)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
2,757
(0.48)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
22,198
(3.90)
Phillips/Frazier (Const.)
328
(0.05)
Buchanan/Foster (Ind.)
2,615
(0.46)
Misc. Write Ins
1,276
(0.22)
Total........569,081

578,656 total ballots cast of which 45,225 (7.8%) were absentee.

Overview
Gov. Bush was thumped by Sen. McCain in the Feb. 1 New Hampshire Republican primary, but he rebounded in the Nov. general election, carrying this battleground state with a plurality of 7,211 votes (1.27 percentage points).  Bush won 6 of the state's 10 counties.  In the most populous county, Hillsborough (includes Manchester), Bush finished 3,024 votes ahead of Gore.  Gore fared best in Cheshire county (Keene) and Strafford county (Rochester and Dover) and narrowly won Merrimack and Grafton counties.  Nader's 22,198 vote showing may have tipped the balance to Bush. 
General Election Activities



(State Primary Election held Sept. 12, 2000)



Presidential Primary Results

Main NH Primary Page
Revised Statutes--TITLE 63 Elections.
Total Registration, Feb. 1, 2000: 778,679 (includes those who registered on Election Day)
Rep. 283,295 (36.4%)   Dem. 210,795 (27.1%)   Undecl. 284,589 (36.6%)
.Undeclared voters can declare a party, then vote Democratic or Republican--over 100,000 did so.
.Same day registration--38,642 people registered to vote at the polling place on Election Day.
.Record 396,385 ballots cast.

 Republicans 
Presidential Primary
Tuesday Feb. 1, 2000


.14 Republican candidates on the ballot.
.68,492 Undeclared voters declared Republican at the polling place, accounting for 28.8% of votes cast in the Republican primary.
.12,854 absentee votes were cast in the Republican primary or 5.4% of the total.

Total Vote
Percent
Gary Bauer
1,640
0.69%
George W. Bush
72,330
30.36%
"Steve" Forbes
30,166
12.66%
Alan Lee Keyes
15,179
6.37%
+John McCain
115,606
48.53%
Others
3,285
1.38%
Total
238,206

Detailed Results

Total Delegates 
17 of 2,066 (0.8%).

Delegate Allocation
"...divided proportionally among the presidential candidates based upon the number of votes cast for each presidential candidate in the presidential primary.  A presidential candidate must receive at least ten percent of the total votes cast to be eligible for a share of the apportioned delegates."

McCain-10
Bush-5
Forbes-2



Democrats 
Presidential Primary
Tuesday Feb. 1, 2000


. 16 Democratic candidates on the ballot.
. 42,521 Undeclared voters declared Democratic at the polling place, accounting for 27.1% of votes cast in the Democratic primary.
. 7,102 absentee votes were cast in the Democratic primary or 4.5% of the total.

Total Vote
Percent
Bill Bradley
 70,502
 45.59%
+Al Gore
76,897
 49.73%
Others
7,240
 4.68%
Total
 154,639

Detailed Results

Total Pledged Delegates
22 of 3,537 (0.6%).
Total Delegates 
29 of 4,335 (0.7%).


 
Feb. 2, 2000--Secretary of State's office, Concord, NH.
 
 

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.

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