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2018 New Hampshire elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New Hampshire state elections in 2018 were held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, with the primary elections being held on June 5, 2018. Voters elected 2 members to the United States House of Representatives, the Governor of New Hampshire, all five members to the Executive Council, all 24 members to the New Hampshire Senate, and all 400 members to the New Hampshire House of Representatives, among other local elected offices.

Overview

Turnout

Primary Election

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Turnout of the 2018 New Hamshire Primary Election by county
  20%–24.99%
  25%–29.99%
  30%–34.99%

The Primary election was held on Tuesday, June 5, 2018. Turnout by county:

County Registered

Voters[1]

Ballots

Cast[2]

Turnout (%)
Belknap County 46,189 11,352 24.58%
Carroll County 37,233 11,274 30.28%
Cheshire County 57,022 12,641 22.17%
Coos County 20,094 4,599 22.89%
Grafton County 67,404 14,536 21.56%
Hillsborough County 270,722 63,357 23.40%
Merrimack County 109,163 28,302 25.93%
Rockingham County 234,112 54,722 23.37%
Strafford County 92,087 20,965 22.77%
Sullivan County 28,370 6,514 22.96%
Totals 962,396 228,262 23.72%

General Election

Turnout of the 2018 New Hamshire General Election by county   50%–54.99%   55%–59.99%   60%–64.99%
Turnout of the 2018 New Hamshire General Election by county
  50%–54.99%
  55%–59.99%
  60%–64.99%

The General election was held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Turnout by county:

County Registered

Voters[3]

Ballots

Cast[4]

Turnout (%)
Belknap County 47,856 27,229 56.90%
Carroll County 40,166 24,336 60.59%
Cheshire County 60,018 32,789 54.63%
Coos County 20,595 11,788 57.23%
Grafton County 71,748 40,758 56.81%
Hillsborough County 282,659 164,337 58.14%
Merrimack County 113,433 65,887 58.08%
Rockingham County 244,859 141,565 57.81%
Strafford County 98,529 54,072 54.88%
Sullivan County 29,141 17,453 59.89%
Totals 1,009,004 580,214 57.50%

United States Congress

Senate

New Hampshire held no election for the United States Senate in 2018, as the state is not represented in the Senate by a seat of Class 2.

House of Representatives

New Hampshire's two seats in the United States House of Representatives were up for election. Both seats were retained by the Democratic Party.

State's constitutional offices

Governor

Incumbent Republican Chris Sununu was reelected against Democratic nominee Molly Kelly.

New Hampshire gubernatorial election, 2018[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Republican Chris Sununu (incumbent) 302,764 52.78% +3.94%
Democratic Molly Kelly 262,359 45.74% -0.83%
Libertarian Jilletta Jarvis 8,197 1.43% -2.88%
n/a Write-ins 282 0.05% -0.23%
Total votes 573,602 100.0% N/A
Republican hold

Executive council

All 5 seats of the New Hampshire Executive Council were up for election. Democrats were able to gain one seat and thus achieved a 3-2 majority.

State Legislature

State Senate

All 24 seats of the New Hampshire Senate were up for election. Democrats achieved a 14-10 majority.

State House of Representatives

All 400 seats of the New Hampshire House of Representatives were up for election. Democrats achieved a 234-166 majority.

References

  1. ^ "County Summary/Names on checklist - 2018 General Election". New Hampshire Secretary of State. September 11, 2018. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
  2. ^ "Ballots cast/Summary by County - 2018 Primary Election". New Hampshire Secretary of State. September 11, 2018. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
  3. ^ "County Summary/Names on checklist - 2018 General Election". New Hampshire Secretary of State. December 17, 2018. Retrieved May 19, 2020.
  4. ^ "Ballots cast/Summary by County - 2018 General Election". New Hampshire Secretary of State. December 17, 2018.
  5. ^ "2018 General Election Information and Results". New Hampshire Secretary of State.
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