Hampshire Republican Primary Election Results

Where votes have been reported and where votes are left.

These maps show the margins of the leading candidates in the votes reported so far, and provide an estimate of which candidate leads in the remaining votes we expect from each county.

Town Trump Haley Total votes Percent of votes in
Portsmouth 35% 64% 3,058 76%
Nashua 52 46 15,163 95%
North Hampton 46 53 1,385 95%
Manchester 57 41 17,591 >95%
Concord 45 52 7,951 >95%
Salem 67 31 7,845 >95%

Estimating Final Vote Shares for Trump and Haley
This chart shows the range of estimates for the leading candidates’ share of the final vote. As more votes are reported, the bounds should tighten as our statistical model becomes more confident.

What to expect

Polls close between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. Eastern Time, depending on the city or town. In the 2016 and 2020 Republican primaries, the AP projected a winner at 8 p.m. Eastern time, and just over 90 percent of the votes were reported by 1:00 a.m.

The state requires an excuse to cast absentee ballots, so most voters will show up in person. Same day registration is allowed. Voters who are registered with a party will be provided with that party’s ballot, and undeclared voters will be able to choose between a Democratic or Republican ballot. Voters had until October 6, 2023 to change their party affiliation.

The state’s 22 Republican delegates (less than one percent of the party’s statewide delegates) will be allocated to candidates proportionally based on the final vote count. In pre-election polls, former President Donald J. Trump remained between 40 and 50 percent, with Nikki Haley steadily rising in the polls behind him.

Candidate Votes Percent Chart showing percent Delegates
Donald J. Trump
163,355 54.6% 11
Nikki Haley
129,087 43.1 8
Ron DeSantis
2,041 0.7 No delegates
Total reported

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