New Hampshire 1st 2016 primary: Results here

View live 2016 New Hampshire presidential primary election results, including delegate counts and results for Democrat and Republican presidential races. Polls close at 7 p.m. ET.  Arizonans, blessed with Spring like weather would find the cold temperatures daunting, but New Hampshire residents are accustomed to the cold and snow. All nine voters in Dixville Notch voted last night at midnight in a tradition begun in 1960.

Democrat vote results: Hillary Clinton did not receive a single vote. Bernie Sanders won 4 votes. Republican votes:  Donald Trump received 2 , John  Kasich received 3.

This year marks the New Hampshire Presidential Direct Primary Election’s 100th Anniversary  — 1916-2016. 


8 Responses to New Hampshire 1st 2016 primary: Results here

  1. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Well, that was quick. Trump and Sanders declared the winners.
    Lots more ‘excitement’ to come with the GOP who come in second, third, etc. Maybe some will finally drop out.

    • Dennis O'Brien says:

      I’d like to see the last of Jeb! Rubio is too close to McCain for me to ever support. They are practiced at running from amnesty UNTIL the ballots are counted. Then they revert to become Gang of 8ers. Kyl and Flake are cut from the same bolt. I distrust them all.

      Can you believe that Americans are so ignorant of history that they would vote for Socialist Sanders?? Glad to see Hillary trounced.

      • Conservative Since Birth says:

        Poor ol’ Jeb. Dragging his 90 year old mother out and it still didn’t help him in New Hampshire – a part of the world where the Bush clan originated.

        Rubio is a no-go on steroids for me. So is Kasich.

        The highlight of the night was seeing Hillary do so poorly. Maybe she and Jeb can team up and go third party.

      • Doc says:

        Yeah! They can get ol’ michael “nanny-state” bloomberg to be sec of state!

  2. jakesez says:

    It is amazing how everyone has become a conservative during the election seasons but run against the radical right which is what they call the old time conservatives. Campaign conservatives all.

  3. Conservative Since Birth says:

    Hillary’s only accomplishment is her uncanny ability to avoid prison.

    Not for long, hopefully.

    • Kent says:

      I second that! The only problem is the unrealistic expectation of the Obama administration, including his AG Loretta Lynch, taking on one of their own. It was nice seeing Hillary demolished last night, although who would have thought New Hampshire would go for a Socialist?

  4. Saguaro Sam says:

    Don’t feel sorry for Hillary RE New Hampshire.

    “Though Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary in a landslide over Hillary Clinton, he will likely receive fewer delegates than she will.

    Sanders won 60 percent of the vote, but thanks to the Democratic Party’s nominating system, he leaves the Granite State with at least 13 delegates while she leaves with at least 15 delegates.

    New Hampshire has 24 “pledged” delegates, which are allotted based on the popular vote. Sanders has 13, and Clinton has 9, with 2 currently allotted to neither.

    But under Democratic National Committee rules, New Hampshire also has 8 “superdelegates,” party officials who are free to commit to whomever they like, regardless of how their state votes. Their votes count the same as delegates won through the primary… .”
    (from the Daily Caller)