DECISION 2020


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The presidential race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden is too close to call as of Wednesday morning with millions of ballots in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania still needing to be counted. The New Hampshire election however, can be called.

Trump vs. Biden: Presidential Election

AP News and the New York Times has called New Hampshire a victory for former Vice President Joe Biden.

Voting results as of 11am Wednesday with 70% reporting: (Associated Press)

Joe Biden (D) - 53.1% 321,924 votes

Donald Trump (R) - 44.9% 272,547 votes

Jo Jorgensen (L) - 1.9% 11,263 votes

Feltes vs. Sununu: Gubernatorial Race

The Associated Press has projected that Governor Chris Sununu will win his race against his Democratic challenger Dan Feltes. Sununu had led the race in most polls heading into the election.

Voting results as of 11am Wednesday with 70% reporting: (Associated Press)

Chris Sununu (R) - 64.6% 368,139 votes

Dan Feltes (D) - 34% 193,659 votes

Darryl Perry (L) - 1.4% 8,098 votes

Shaheen vs. Messner: Senatorial Race

Meanwhile, UNH and UMass Lowell polls show that incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D) holds a clear advantage of more than 11 points over her Republican challenger Corky Messner. But Saint Anselm says, "challenger Corky Messner leads 46%-45% among votes who have yet to vote."

Shortly after 8pm, the Associated Press has projected that Senator Jeanne Shaheen will retain her seat in the Senate.

Voting results as of 11am Wednesday with 70% reporting: (Associated Press)

Jeanne Shaheen (D) - 57.3% 343,731 votes

Corky Messner (R) - 40.5% 243,112 votes

Justin O'Donnell (L) - 2.2% 13,304 votes

Pappas vs. Mowers: Congressional Race

Incumbent Congressman Chris Pappas (D), representing the 1st NH District, is behind in a recent UNH poll by 2 points to his Republican challenger Matt Mowers. But Pappas holds a 5 point lead in a recent Saint Anselm poll which likely means a long night and perhaps day after to be sure of the winner.

AP News and the New York Times have called this race a victory for incumbent Congressman Chris Pappas over his challenger Matt Mowers.

Voting results as of 11am Wednesday with 70% reporting: (Associated Press)

Chris Pappas (D) - 52.9% 155,959 votes

Matt Mowers (R) - 44.6% 131,450 votes

Zachary Dumont (L) - 2.4% 7,168 votes

Negron vs. Kuster: Congressional Race

Incumbent House Congresswoman Annie Kuster (D), representing the 2nd NH District, holds a steady 10 point lead in the polls over her Republican challenger Steve Negron according to both UNH and Saint Anselm.

AP News and the New York Times have called this race a victory for incumbent Congresswoman Annie Kuster over her challenger Steven Negron.

Voting results as of 11am Wednesday with 70% reporting: (Associated Press)

Annie Kuster (D) - 54% 125,654 votes

Steven Negron (R) - 43.2% 100,411 votes

Andrew Olding (L) - 2.7% 6,373 Votes


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