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Governor JOHN H. LYNCH 



State of New Hampshire 

MANUAL 

for the 

General Court 

2005 



No. 59 

PUBLISHED BY THE 
DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

William M. Gardner 
Secretary of State 

Robert P. Ambrose 
Senior Deputy Secretary of State 

David M. Scanlan 
Deputy Secretary of State 

Compiled by 
Karen H. Ladd 



New Hampshire 

Department of State 




June 16, 2005 

To the Citizens of New Hampshire: 

The publication of the 2005 Manual for the General Court marks 
the 59 th volume published in odd-numbered years since 1889. It 
includes general information about state government and the 2004 
January presidential primary, the September state primary and the 
November general election results. 

On November 23, 2004, New Hampshire celebrated the 200 th 
anniversary of the birth of Franklin Pierce. He was elected the 14 th 
President of the United States in 1852 and the only person from our 
state to hold the country's highest office. This edition includes 
information about the life of Franklin Pierce and how the state has 
honored his public service. 

During 2004 - 2005 Representatives Hall in the State House was 
refurbished with fresh paint, new carpeting and repairs to the ornate 
walls and ceiling. It was the first renovation to the hall since 1975. 

Respectfully submitted, 




Secretary of State 




THE HONORABLE FRANKLIN PIERCE (1804-1869) 

On November 23, 2004, New Hampshire celebrated the bicentennial of the birth 
of Franklin Pierce. He became the 14 th President of the United States on March 4, 
1853 and served until March 3, 1857. During his term as president, the United States 
added the territories of New Mexico and Arizona as a result of The Gadsden 
Purchase and Navy Admiral Matthew Perry led an expedition that opened trade 
and commerce with Japan (1854). It was an era of national achievement and of 
significant controversy. Pierce and his administration became embroiled in the 
controversial Kansas-Nebraska Act and in the failed attempt to purchase or conquer 
Cuba as a United States territory as directed by the Ostend Manifesto (1854). 

Pierce was 48 years old when he reached the White House. By then, he had long 
since achieved a degree from Bowdoin College (1824), had completed training as 
a lawyer and been admitted to the New Hampshire Bar ( 1 827), and had established 
successful law practices in Hillsborough and Concord. In March 1828, at age 23, 
he was elected town moderator of Hillsborough. The next year, 1829, at age 24, he 
was elected to the New Hampshire House of Representatives and served as chair- 
man of the education committee, and was reelected in 1830, 31, and 32. He served 
as the youngest speaker of the New Hampshire House at age 26 in the 1831 and 
1832 sessions. In 1833, at the age of 28, he was elected to the United States House 
of Representatives and served until 1837. That year, at age 32, he was elected to 
the United States Senate and served until February 28, 1842, when he resigned to 
return to New Hampshire to spend more time with his family. 

From his position as speaker of the New Hampshire House Pierce helped lead 
the effort to create the first national Democratic Party presidential nominating 
convention. In late June of 1831, Pierce was instrumental in proposing to the 
country a new process for nominating candidates for president. The New 
Hampshire idea was accepted by the other states and in May of 1832 the first 
national party convention was held in Baltimore at the time and place originally 
proposed by New Hampshire. 

Pierce revered his father, Benjamin Pierce who served twice as governor 
(1827-1828 and 1829-1830), especially admiring his military prowess during the 
Revolutionary War. He is the only person in New Hampshire to serve in the 



legislature at the same time his father served as governor. In 1847 he responded to 
President James Polk's call to oppose Mexican intervention in Texas. He raised 
and led New Hampshire men to participate in the expedition under Gen. Winfield 
Scott to destroy the army of Mexican Gen. Antonio Santa Anna. For this, Congress 
commissioned Pierce a brigadier general. He returned to New Hampshire in 1 848 
and in 1850 was elected as a delegate to the New Hampshire constitutional 
convention, the first one in the nineteenth century. He was elected by fellow 
delegates to serve as president of that 1850 convention. 

Only in recent years has the bound volume of the written manuscript journal of 
that convention been located among the state's archives. It has now been 
transcribed so that in honor of the bicentennial of the birth of its presiding officer 
it will be for the first time printed. 



PIERCE BICENTENNIAL 

For the 2004 bicentennial, a gala event was held in the form of a period costume 
ball at the site of his boyhood home in Hillsborough, a house and property in 
which Franklin's parents, Benjamin and Anna (Kendrick), had lived out their lives 
and which is today a state historic site. The New Hampshire Historical Society 
assisted author Peter Wallner in publishing a new biography leading up to Pierce's 
presidency. The Society also ran a major exhibit specifically focused on Pierce 
entitled Franklin Pierce: Defining Democracy in America. Television networks 
and local media produced news stories. These bicentennial events culminated in a 
celebration on November 23, 2004 with a gravesite memorial, an open house at the 
Pierce Manse, and a special showing of Pierce's "California Mining Ring" at the 
Historical Society exhibit. At the gravesite, the National Guard made a brief 
presentation and the Governor's Horse Guards presented a military salute. 




On November 23, 2004 a gravesite memorial honoring the bicentennial of the birth of 
Franklin Pierce. From I to r: CSM Rice and Col. Holtgrieve of the New Hampshire National 
Guard. The New Hampshire Governor's Horse Guards were represented by Trooper Robert 
Duffy of Nashua, Corporal Larry Gilman ofMilford, Trooper Howard Leonard of Goffstown, 
Marie PelletierofHenniker, Captain Richard Lynch ofJaffrey, 1 st Lt. Richard Moody of New 
Boston, and Sergeant Robert Beausoleil of New Boston. 



The Governor's Horse Guards was established on June 24, 1859 by a special 
act of the general court and remain in good standing to this day. It held its first 
annual meeting on January 11,1 860, and honored former President Pierce by 
making him an honorary colonel. He was again honored by the Governor's 
Horse Guards at this memorial at his gravesite. The highlight of the open house 
at the Manse was the public announcement that the Pierce Brigade had legally 
merged with The Library and Archives of New Hampshire's Political Tradition 
("The Political Library") to more forcefully promote the political heritage of 
the state. 




On November 23, 2004, the Pierce Brigade and the New Hampshire 
Political Library announced their formal affiliation filed with the Secretary 
of State's office on the 200th birthday of President Franklin Pierce. In the 
dining room of the Franklin Pierce Manse are left to right: Nancy Hartford, 
Pierce Brigade President, Polly B. Johnson, Pierce Brigade founding mem- 
ber, Michael Chaney, Political Library President, Florence "Chips" 
H olden, Pierce Brigade Immediate Past President, and three Political 
Library board members — Secretary of State William Gardner, Ambassador 
Terry Shumaker, and Augusta Petrone. 



Only a quarter of a mile separates the Manse from the gravesite in Concord's 
Old North Cemetery. The Manse, lived in by the Pierces for several years 
before his presidency, originally sat on a lot on Montgomery Street in Concord 
but was moved to its current site at the north end of Main Street in 1969. This 
was a project of a group that had come together some years earlier to establish 



the Pierce Brigade with the mission of reinvigorating historical interest in 
Franklin Pierce. His grave is located within the "Minot Enclosure," a fenced 
area within the Old North Cemetery. In 1945 the New Hampshire legislature 
appropriated $5,500 to place the current monument at the site. Each year the 
state Adjutant General's office conducts a brief ceremony at the site on 
November 23 rc * and the White House sends a wreath to commemorate the 
President's birth and service to his country. Other state commemorations 
of Pierce include his statue in front of the State House, his portrait in 
Representatives Hall, and a mountain in the White Mountains named in his 
honor. On January 6, 1988, during a session of the House of Representatives it 
was acknowledged that during the previous summer, the portraits of Franklin 
Pierce and Daniel Webster were switched so that Pierce appeared next to the 
portrait of George Washington. 

The tragic family life of Jane and Franklin Pierce is fairly well known. All 
three sons died before reaching maturity. Franklin Pierce, Jr., died February 5, 
1836, three days following his birth. Franklin Robert Pierce, born in 
September 1839, died of Typhus on November 14, 1843. The third son, 
Benjamin, born April 13, 1841, was fatally injured in a freak railroad accident 
on January 16, 1853, less than two months before Franklin's inauguration as 
president. Jane died December 2, 1863, and Franklin died October 8, 1869, 
both in Concord. 

In addition to several biographies published during the presidential campaign 
of 1852, a major biogrpahy was written by Roy F. Nichols, Franklin Pierce: 
Young Hickojy of the Granite State, in 1931 and revised in 1952. Volumes that are 
more recent include The Presidency of Franklin Pierce (T991) by Larry Gara; 
Franklin Pierce: A Bibliography (1993) by Wilfred J. Bisson of Keene State 
College; and Franklin Pierce: New Hampshire's Native Son (2004) by Peter A. 
Wallner. The majority of documents bearing on Franklin Pierce are in collections 
of the New Hampshire Historical Society, the Library of Congress, the National 
Archives, and the New Hampshire State Archives. 



REPRESENTATIVES HALL RESTORATION 

During 2004 - 2005, historic Representatives Hall in the State House, the oldest 
chamber in the United States still in continuous legislative use, was refurbished 
with fresh paint and new carpeting. In addition, the canvas portraits were cleaned 
and restretched, the ornamental plaster was repaired where necessary, the lighting 
fixtures were modernized and the theater lights on the ceiling were removed. The 
south windows in the anterooms were refinished to the original natural wood stain 
and the smoking section was eliminated. This was the first major renovation of 
Representatives Hall since 1975. 




Representatives Hall before restoration (2004) 




Representatives Hall seen with the scaffolding set up during the restoration (Fall 2004) 




Representatives Hall after restoration (2005) 



While the renovations were ongoing, 
former representative Terry Pfaff, who 
was designated by House Speaker 
Gene Chandler to oversee the project, 
became aware that a piece of State 
House furniture had surfaced at a local 
antique shop. Acting quickly, Pfaff 
made sure the State regained posses- 
sion of "The Reporter's Table". This 
piece of furniture made in 1866 had 
been in Representative's Hall for over 
a century. During the 1970s it was 
removed for repairs and temporarily 
stored in an attic above the paint shop 
on the State Hospital campus. In the 
summer of 2004, after a safety inspec- 
tion of the building by the fire marshal, 
it was recommended that unnecessary 
items above the paint shop be removed. After a review by the state curator, the 
State House Reporter's Table was released for sale and allowed to be sold for 
$150. The desk was repurchased by the State for $700. from the antique shop. 




Visitors Center Director Kenneth Leidner 
inspecting The Reporter's Table 




Returning The Reporter's Table to the State House 



CONTENTS 



Declaration of Independence 1 

Federal Constitution 7 

Index to the Federal Constitution 34 

New Hampshire Constitution 55 

Index to Constitutional Amendments 87 

Chief Executives 89 

Executive Councilors 91 

State Senators 98 

Justices of Supreme Court 110 

Justices of Superior Court 112 

United States Senators 114 

Members of Continental Congress 116 

Members of U.S. House of Representatives 116 

Presidents of the Senate 120 

Senate Clerks 122 

Speakers of the House of Representatives 123 

House Clerks 125 

House Sergeant- At- Arms 125 

Department of State 1 26 

Deputy Secretaries of State 1 27 

Treasury 128 

Attorneys General 129 

Presidential Electors 131 

Census 1900-2003 135 

Towns and Wards as Districted for Election 141 

Voter Turnout 147 

Presidential Primary 169 

Direct Primary 261 

General Election 363 

New Hampshire General Court 459 

State Government 465 

Index to State Government Section 647 



The Declaration of Independence is generally 
regarded as one of the most famous documents in 
the history of the world. On June 10, 1776, the 
Continental Congress appointed a committee, con- 
sisting of Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, 
John Adams, Roger Sherman and Robert R. 
Livingston to draft a Declaration of Independence. 

Jefferson wrote out a rough draft of the 
Declaration, which was carefully revised by the 
committee and presented to Congress for adoption. 
After some further slight revisions by that body, it 
was adopted on July 4, 1776, at Philadelphia. 

The parchment with the original signatures was 
deposited with the Department of State when the 
government was organized in 1789. 

The original Declaration of Independence was 
transferred from the Department of State by direc- 
tion of the late President Warren G. Harding to the 
Library of Congress. The Declaration was moved 
from the Library of Congress in 1952 at the direction 
of Congress and transferred to the National Archives 
Building where it rests today. 



THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 



MADE BY THE ORIGINAL THIRTEEN STATES 
IN CONGRESS AT PHILADELPHIA 



UNANIMOUSLY ADOPTED JULY 4, 1776 



When, in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the 
political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume, among the powers 
of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the law of nature and of nature's God 
entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare 
the causes which impel them to the separation. 

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are 
endowed, by their Creator, with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty, 
and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among 
men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any form 
of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or to 
abolish it, and institute new government, laying its foundation on such principles, and 
organizing its powers in such form as to them shall seem most likely to effect their safety 
and happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that governments long established, should not 
be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shown that 
mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by 
abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and 
usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object, evinces a design to reduce them under 
absolute despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such government, and to 
provide new guards for their future security. Such has been the patient sufferance of these 
Colonies, and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former systems 
of government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated 
injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute tyranny 
over these States. To prove this, let facts be submitted to a candid world. 

He has refused his assent to laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good. 

He has forbidden his governors to pass laws of immediate and pressing importance, 
unless suspended in their operation till his assent should be obtained; and when so 
suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them. 

He has refused to pass other laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, 
unless those people should relinquish the right of representation in the legislature, a right 
inestimable to them, and formidable to tyrants only. 



DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 



He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant 
from the depository of their public records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into 
compliance with his measures. 

He has dissolved representative houses repeatedly, for opposing with manly firmness his 
invasions on the rights of the people. 

He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected, 
whereby the legislative powers, incapable of annihilation, have returned to the people at 
large for their exercise; the State remaining, in the meantime, exposed to all the dangers of 
invasion from without, and convulsions within. 

He has endeavored to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose obstructing 
the laws for naturalization of foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their 
migrations hither, and raising the conditions of new appropriations of lands. 

He has obstructed the administration of justice by refusing his assent to laws for 
establishing judiciary powers. 

He has made judges dependent on his will alone, for the tenure of their offices, and the 
amount and payment of their salaries. 

He has erected a multitude of new offices, and sent hither swarms of officers to harass our 
people, and eat out their substance. 

He has kept among us, in times of peace, standing armies, without the consent of our 
legislatures. 

He has affected to render the military independent of and superior to the civil power. 

He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our constitution and 
unacknowledged by our laws; giving his assent to their acts of pretended legislation: 

For quartering large bodies of armed troops among us: 

For protecting them, by a mock trial, from punishment for any murders which they should 
commit on the inhabitants of these States: 

For cutting off our trade with all parts of the world: 

For imposing taxes on us without our consent: 

For depriving us, in many cases, of the benefits of trial by jury: 

For transporting us beyond seas to be tried for pretended offenses: 

For abolishing the free system of English laws in a neighboring province establishing 
therein an arbitrary government, and enlarging its boundaries, so as to render it at once an 
example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these colonies: 



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For taking away our charters, abolishing our most valuable laws, and altering 
fundamentally the forms of our governments: 

For suspending our own legislatures, and declaring themselves invested with power to 
legislate for us in all cases whatsoever. 

He has abdicated government here, by declaring us out of his protection, and waging war 
against us. 

He has plundered our seas, ravaged our coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives 
of our people. 

He is, at this time, transporting large armies of foreign mercenaries to complete the works 
of death, desolation, and tyranny, already begun, with circumstances of cruelty and perfidy, 
scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the head of a civilized 
nation. 

He has constrained our fellow citizens, taken captive on the high seas, to bear arms 
against their country, to become the executioners of their friends and brethren, or to fall 
themselves by their hands. 

He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavored to bring on the 
inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian savages, whose known rule of warfare is an 
undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes, and conditions. 

In every stage of these oppressions we have petitioned for redress in the most humble 
terms: our repeated petitions have been answered only by repeated injury. A prince whose 
character is thus marked by every act which may define a tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a 
free people. 

Nor have we been wanting in attentions to our British brethren. We have warned them, 
from time to time, of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction 
over us. We have reminded them of the circumstances of our emigration and settlement here. 
We have appealed to their native justice and magnanimity, and we have conjured them by 
the ties of our common kindred to disavow these usurpations, which would inevitably 
interrupt our connections and correspondence. They too have been deaf to the voice of 
justice and of consanguinity. We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity which 
denounces our separation, and hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, 
in peace friends. 

We, therefore, the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress 
assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, 
do in the name, and by authority of the good people of these Colonies, solemnly publish and 
declare, That these United Colonies, are, and of right ought to be, free and independent 
States; that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British crown, and that all political 
connexion between them and the State of Great Britain, is, and ought to be, totally dissolved; 
and that as free and independent States, they have full power to levy war, conclude peace, 



DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 



contract alliances, establish commerce, and to do all other acts and things which independent 
States may of right do. And for the support of this declaration, with a firm reliance on the 
protection of Divine Providence we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes, 
and our sacred honour. 



JOHN HANCOCK 



New Hampshire. 



Pennsylvania. 



Josiah Bartlett, 

Wm. Whipple, 

Matthew Thornton. 

Massachusetts Bay. 

Saml. Adams, 

John Adams, 

Robt. Treat Paine, 

Elbridge Gerry. 

Rhode Island. 

Step. Hopkins, 
William Ellery. 



Robt. Morris, 

Benjamin Rush, 

Benja. Franklin, 

John Morton, 

Geo. Clymer. 

Jas. Smith, 

Geo. Taylor, 

James Wilson, 

Geo. Ross. 

Delaware. 

Caesar Rodney, 

Geo. Read, 
Thos. M'Kean. 



Connecticut. 



Maryland. 



Roger Sherman, 

Sanvel Huntington, 

Wm. Williams, 

Oliver Wolcott. 



Samuel Chase, 

Wm. Paca, 

Thos. Stone, 

Charles Carroll of Carollton. 



New York. 



Virginia. 



Wm. Floyd, 

Phil Livingston, 

Frans. Lewis, 

Lewis Morris. 



New Jersey. 



George Wythe, 

Richard Henry Lee, 

Th. Jefferson, 

Benja. Harrison, 

Thos. Nelson, Jr., 

Francis Lightfoot Lee, 

Carter Braxton. 



Richd. Stockton, 

Jno. Witherspoon, 

Fras. Hopkinson, 

John Hart, 

Abra. Clark. 



North Carolina. 

Wm. Hooper, 

Joseph Hewes, 

John Penn. 



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South Carolina. Georgia, 

Edward Rutledge, Button Gwinnett, 

Thos. Hey ward, Junr., Lyman Hall, 

Thomas Lynch, Junr., Geo. Walton. 

Arthur Middleton. 



Ordered: 

In Congress 
January 18, 1777 

That an authenticated copy of the Declaration of Independence, with the names of the 
Members of Congress subscribing the same, be sent to each of the United States, and that 
they be desired to have the same put on record. 

By order of Congress. 



JOHN HANCOCK 

President. 

Attest, Chas. Thomson, 
Secy. 

A true copy. 

John Hancock, 
Presidt. 



The United States Constitution is the oldest federal 
constitution in existence. It was so well framed that 
it has served as the basis for this government for more 
than two centuries. Only once has it been seriously 
endangered, this being during the Civil War. Many of 
its principles have been adopted by other countries. 

The Constitution was the outgrowth of a convention 
of delegates from the different states that met in 
Philadelphia in May, 1787, Rhode Island not being 
represented. George Washington presided over the 
convention, which lasted from May to September. 

The Constitution was then submitted to the then 
existing states for ratification, with a provision that it 
should become effective when ratified by nine states. 
New Hampshire was the ninth state to ratify, June 21, 
1788, and the Constitution went into effect in 1789. 

The states ratified the Constitution in the following 
order: Delaware, Dec. 7; Pennsylvania, Dec 12, and 
New Jersey, Dec. 18, 1787; Georgia, Jan 2; Connecticut, 
Jan 9; Massachusetts, Feb. 6; Maryland, Apr. 28; South 
Carolina, May 23; New Hampshire, June 21; Virginia, 
June 26, and New York, July 26, 1788; North Carolina, 
Nov. 21, 1789, and Rhode Island, May 29, 1790. 



CONSTITUTION 

OF THE 

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

The Constitution originally consisted of a Preamble and seven Articles, and in that form 
was completed and signed at a convention of the States, Sept. 17, 1787. The Government 
under the Constitution was declared in effect on the first Wednesday in March, 1789. 



ARTICLE I 

Section 1. Legislative powers; in whom vested. 

Sec. 2. House of Representatives, how and by whom chosen — Qualifications of a 
Representative — Representatives and direct taxes, how apportioned — Enumeration — 
Vacancies to be filled — Power of choosing officers, and of impeachment. 

Sec. 3. Senators, how and by whom chosen — How classified — State Executive, when to 
make temporary appointments, in case, etc. -Qualifications of a Senator — President of the 
Senate, his right to vote — President pro tern, and other officers of the Senate, how chosen — 
Power to try impeachment — When President is tried, Chief Justice to preside — Sentence. 

Sec. 4. Times, etc., of holding elections, how prescribed — At least one Session in each year. 

Sec. 5. Membership — Quorum — Adjournments — Rules — Power to punish or expel — 
Journal — Time of adjournment, how limited, etc. 

Sec. 6. Compensation — Privileges — Disqualification in certain cases. 

Sec. 7. House to originate all revenue bills — Veto — Bill may be passed by two thirds of 
each house, notwithstanding, etc. — Bill, not returned in ten days, to become a law — 
Provisions as to orders, concurrent resolutions, etc. 

Sec. 8. Powers of Congress 

Sec. 9. Provision as to migration or importation of certain persons — Habeas Corpus — 
Bills of attainder, etc. — Taxes, how apportioned — No export duty — No commercial 
preference — Money, how drawn from treasury, etc. — No titular nobility — Officers not 
to receive presents, etc. 

Sec. 10. States prohibited for the exercise of certain powers. 



ARTICLE II 

Section 1. President; his term of office — Electors of President: number and how appointed 
— Electors to vote on same day — Qualification of President — On whom his duties 
devolve in case of his removal, death, etc. — President's compensation — His oath of office. 






CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 



Sec. 2. President to be commander-in-chief — He may require opinions of Cabinet Officers, 
etc., may pardon — Treaty-making power — Nomination of certain officers — When 
President may fill vacancies. 

Sec. 3. President shall communicate to Congress — He may convene and adjourn Congress, in 
case of disagreement, etc. — Shall receive ambassadors, execute laws, and commission officers. 

Sec. 4. All civil offices forfeited for certain crimes. 



ARTICLE III 

Section 1. Judicial powers — Tenure — Compensation. 

Sec. 2. Judicial power, to what cases it extends — Original jurisdiction of Supreme Court — 
Appellate — Trial by jury, etc. — Trial, where. 

Sec. 3. Treason defined — Proof of — Punishment of. 

ARTICLE IV 

Section 1. Each State to give credit to the public acts, of every other State. 

Sec. 2. Privileges of citizens of each State — Fugitives from justice to be delivered up — 
Persons held to service having escaped, to be delivered up. 

Sec. 3. Admission of new States — Power of Congress over territory and other property. 

Sec 4. Republican form of government guaranteed — Each State to be protected. 

ARTICLE V 

Constitution; how amended — Proviso. 

ARTICLE VI 

Certain debts, etc., declared valid — Supremacy of Constitution, treaties, and laws of the 
United States — Oath to support Constitution, by whom taken — No religious test. 

ARTICLE VII 

What ratification shall establish Constitution. 



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AMENDMENTS 

I. Religious establishment prohibited — Freedom of speech, of 

the press, and right to petition. 
II. Right to keep and bear arms. 

III. No soldier to be quartered in any house, unless, etc. 

IV. Right of search and seizure regulated. 

V. Provisions concerning prosecution, trial, and punishment — 
Private property not to be taken for public use, without 
compensation. 
VI. Further provision respecting criminal prosecutions. 
VII. Right of trial by jury secured. 

VIII. Excessive bail or fines and cruel punishments prohibited. 
IX. Rule of construction of Constitution. 
X. Same subject; rights of States. 
XI. Same subject; judicial powers construed. 
XII. Manner of choosing President and Vice-President. 
XIII. Slavery abolished. 

XIV Citizenship; representation — Public debt. 
XV Right of suffrage — By whom exercised. 
XVI. Taxes on incomes. 

XVII. Election of senators — Filling of vacancies. 
XVIII. Prohibition. 
XIX. Suffrage; not to be denied because of sex. 
XX. Commencement of terms of President, Vice-President and 

members of Congress; time of assembling of Congress. 
XXI. Repeal of Prohibition. 
XXII. Term of office of President — ratification. 
XXIII. District of Columbia granting representation in the Electoral 

College — ratification. 
XXIV Relating to the qualification of electors. 
XXV Succession — President — Vice-President. 
XXVI. Extending the right to vote to citizens eighteen years of age 

or older. 
XXVII. Compensation of Senators and Representatives 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 1 1 



THE CONSTITUTION 

Preamble — WE THE PEOPLE of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect 
Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, 
promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our 
Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America. 

ARTICLE I 

Section 1 

Legislative powers vested in Congress — All legislative Powers herein granted shall be 
vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of 
Representatives. 

Section 2 

Composition of the House of Representatives — 1. The House of Representatives shall 
be composed of Members chosen every second Year by the People of the several States, and 
the Electors in each State shall have the Qualifications requisite for Electors of the most 
numerous Branch of the State Legislature. 

Qualification of Representatives — 2. No person shall be a Representative who shall 
not have attained to the Age of twenty-five Years, and been seven Years a Citizen of the 
United States, and who shall not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State in which he 
shall be chosen. 

Apportionment of Representatives and direct taxes — census — * 3. [Representatives and 
direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States, which may be included within this 
Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the 
whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a term of Years and 
excluding Indians not taxed, three fifths of all other persons.] The actual Enumeration shall be 
made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within 
every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. The Number 
of Representatives shall not exceed one for every thirty thousand, but each State shall have at 
Least one Representative; and until such enumeration shall be made, the State of New 
Hampshire shall be entitled to chuse three, Massachusetts eight, Rhode Island and Providence 
Plantations one, Connecticut five, New York six, New Jersey four, Pennsylvania eight, 
Delaware one, Maryland six, Virginia ten. North Carolina five, South Carolina five, and Georgia 
three. 

Filling of vacancies in representation — 4. When vacancies happen in the 
Representation from any State, the Executive Authority thereof shall issue Writs of Election 
to fill such Vacancies. 

Selection of officers; power of impeachment — 5. The House of Representatives shall 
chuse their Speaker and other Officers; and shall have the sole Power of Impeachment. 



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** Section 3 



The Senate — [ 1 . The Senate of the United States shall be composed of two Senators 
from each State, chosen by the Legislature thereof, for six Years; and each Senator shall have 
one Vote.] 

Classification of Senators; filling of vacancies — 2. Immediately after they shall be 
assembled in Consequence of the first Election, they shall be divided as equally as may be 
into three Classes. The Seats of the Senators of the first Class shall be vacated at the 
Expiration of the second Year, of the second Class at the expiration of the fourth Year, and 
of the third Class at the expiration of the sixth Year, so that one-third may be chosen every 
second Year, and if Vacancies happen by Resignation, or otherwise, during the Recess of the 
Legislature of any State, the Executive thereof may make temporary Appointments [until the 
next Meeting of the Legislature, which shall then fill such Vacancies.] 

Qualification of Senators — 3. No person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained 
to the Age of thirty Years, and been nine Years a Citizen of the United States, and who shall 
not, when elected, be an Inhabitant of that State for which he shall be chosen. 

Vice President to be President of Senate — 4. The Vice President of the United States 
shall be President of the Senate, but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided. 

Selection of Senate Officers; President pro tempore — 5. The Senate, shall chuse their 
other Officers, and also a President pro tempore, in the absence of the Vice-President, or 
when he shall exercise the Office of President of the United States. 

Senate to try impeachment — 6. The Senate shall have the sole Power to try all 
Impeachments. When sitting for that Purpose, they shall be on Oath or Affirmation. When 
the President of the United States is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: And no Person 
shall be convicted without the Concurrence of two thirds of the Members present. 

Judgment in case of impeachment — 7. Judgement in Cases of Impeachment shall not 
extend further than to removal from Office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office 
of honor, Trust, or Profit under the United States: but the Party convicted shall nevertheless 
be liable and subject to Indictment, Trial, Judgment and Punishment, according to Law. 

Section 4 

Control of congressional elections — 1 . The Times, Places and Manner of holding 
Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the 
Legislature thereof, but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such 
Regulations, except as to the Places of chusing Senators. 



*The clause included in brackets is amended by the fourteenth amendment, second section. 

**The first paragraph of Section three of Article I of the Constitution of the United States, and so much 
of paragraph two of the same section as relates to filling vacancies are amended by the seventeenth 
amendment to the Constitution. 



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*Time for assembling of Congress — 2. The Congress shall assemble at least once in 
every Year, and such Meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by 
Law appoint a different day. 

Section 5 

Each House to be the judge of the election and qualifications of its members; 
regulations as to quorum — 1. Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and 
Qualifications of its own Members, and a Majority of each shall constitute a Quorum to do 
Business; but a small Number may adjourn from day to day, and may be authorized to 
compel the Attendance of absent Members, in such Manner, and under such Penalties as 
each House may provide. 

Each House to determine its own rules — 2. Each House may determine the Rules of 
its Proceedings, punish its Members for disorderly Behavior, and, with the Concurrence of 
two thirds, expel a Member. 

Journals and yeas and nays — 3. Each House shall keep a Journal of its Proceedings, 
and from time to time publish the same, excepting such Parts as may in their judgment 
require Secrecy; and the Yeas and Nays of the Members of either House on any question 
shall, at the Desire of one fifth of those Present, be entered on the Journal. 

Adjournment — 4. Neither House, during the Session of Congress shall, without the 
Consent of the other, adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other Place than that in 
which the two Houses shall be sitting. 

Section 6 

Compensation and privileges of Members of Congress — 1. The Senators and 
Representatives shall receive a Compensation for their Services, to be ascertained by Law, 
and paid out of the Treasury of the United States. They shall in all Cases, except Treason, 
Felony and Breach of the Peace, be privileged from Arrest during their Attendance at the 
Session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any 
Speech or Debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any other place. 

Incompatible offices; exclusions — 2. No Senator or Representative shall, during the 
Time for which he was elected, be appointed to any civil Office under the Authority of the 
United States, which shall have been created, or the Emoluments whereof shall have been 
encreased during such time; and no Person holding any Office under the United States, shall 
be a Member of either House during his continuance in Office. 

Section 7 

Revenue bills to originate in House — 1. All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate 
in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments 
as on other Bills. 



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Manner of passing bills; veto power of President — 2. Every Bill which shall have 
passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall before it becomes a Law, be 
presented to the President of the United States; If he approve he shall sign it, but if not he 
shall return it, with his Objections to that House in which it shall have originated, who shall 
enter the Objections at large on their Journal, and proceed to reconsider it. If after such 
Reconsideration two thirds of that House shall agree to pass the Bill, it shall be sent, together 
with the Objections, to the other House, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if 
approved by two thirds of that House, it shall become a Law. But in all such Cases the Votes 
of both Houses shall be determined by Yeas and Nays, and the Names of the Persons voting 
for and against the Bill shall be entered on the Journal of each House respectively. If any Bill 
shall not be returned by the President within ten days (Sundays excepted) after it shall have 
been presented to him, the Same shall be a Law, in like Manner as if he had signed it, unless 
the Congress by their Adjournment prevent its Return, in which Case it shall not be a Law. 

Concurrent orders or resolutions, to be passed by President — 3. Every Order, 
Resolution, or Vote to which the Concurrence of the Senate and House of Representatives 
may be necessary (except on a question of adjournment) shall be presented to the President 
of the United States; and before the Same shall take Effect, shall be approved by him, or 
being disapproved by him, shall be repassed by two thirds of the Senate and House of 
Representatives, according to the Rules and Limitations prescribed in the Case of a Bill. 

Section 8 

*General powers of Congress. 

The Congress shall have the Power — 1 . To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and 
Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the 
United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United 
States. 

Borrowing of money — 2. To borrow money on the credit of the United States. 

Regulation of commerce — 3. To regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among 
the several States, and with the Indian tribes. 

Naturalization and bankruptcy — 4. To establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization, 
and uniform Laws on the subject of Bankruptcies throughout the United States. 

Money, weights and measures — 5. To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of 
foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures. 

Counterfeiting — 6. To provide for the Punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and 
concurrent Coin of the United States. 

Post offices — 7. To establish Post Offices and post roads. 



*By Article XVI of the amendments to the Constitution, Congress is given the power to lay and collect 
taxes on incomes. 



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Patents and copyrights — 8. To promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts, by 
securing for limited Times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective 
Writings and Discoveries. 

Inferior courts — 9. To constitute Tribunals inferior to the supreme Court. 

Piracies and felonies — 10. To define and punish Piracies and Felonies committed on the 
high Seas, and Offenses against the Law of Nations. 

War; marque and reprisal — 1 1. To declare war, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, 
and make Rules concerning Captures on Land and Water. 

Armies — 12. To raise and support Armies, but no Appropriation of Money to that Use 
shall be for a longer Term than two Years. 

Navy — 13. To provide and maintain a Navy. 

Land and naval forces — 14. To make Rules for the Government and Regulation of the 
land and naval forces. 

Calling out militia — 15. To provide for calling forth the Militia to execute the Laws of 
the Union, suppress Insurrections and repel Invasions. 

Organizing, arming and disciplining militia — 16. To provide for organizing, arming, 
and disciplining the Militia, and for governing such Part of them as may be employed in the 
Service of the United States, reserving to the States, respectively, the Appointment of the 
Officers, and the Authority of training the Militia according to the discipline prescribed by 
Congress. 

Exclusive legislation over District of Columbia — 17. To exercise exclusive 
Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as 
may, by Cession of particular States, and the acceptance of Congress, become the Seat of the 
Government of the United States, and to exercise like Authority over all Places purchased 
by the Consent of the Legislature of the State in which the Same shall be, for the Erection 
of Forts, Magazines, Arsenals, dock- Yards and other needful Buildings; — and 

To enact laws necessary to enforce Constitution — 18. To make all Laws which shall 
be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other 
Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States, or in any 
department or Office thereof. 

Section 9 

Migration or importation of certain persons not to be prohibited before 1808 — 1 

The Migration or Importation of such Persons as any of the States now existing shall think 
proper to admit shall not be prohibited by the Congress prior to the Year one thousand eight 
hundred and eight, but a tax or duty may be imposed on such Importation, not exceeding ten 
dollars for each Person. 



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Writ of habeas corpus not to be suspended; exception — 2. The privilege of the Writ 
of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the 
public Safety may require it. 

Bills of attainder and ex post facto laws prohibited — 3. No Bill of Attainder or ex post 
facto Law shall be passed. 

Capitation and other direct taxes — *4. No capitation, or other direct tax shall be laid, 
unless in Proportion to the Census of Enumeration herein before directed to be taken. 

Exports not to be taxed — 5. No Tax or Duty shall be laid on Article exported from any 
State. 

No preference to be given to ports of any State; interstate shipping — 6. No 

Preference shall be given by any Regulation of Commerce or Revenue to the Ports of one 
State over those of another, nor shall Vessels bound to, or from, one State, be obliged to 
enter, clear, or pay Duties in another. 

Money, how drawn from treasury; financial statements to be published — 7. No 

Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by 
Law; and a regular Statement and Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of all public 
Money shall be published from time to time. 

Titles of nobility not to be granted; acceptance by government officers of favors 
from foreign powers — 8. No Title of Nobility shall be granted by the United States: And 
no Person holding any office of Profit or Trust under them, shall without the Consent of the 
Congress, accept of any present. Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from 
any King, Prince, or foreign State. 

Section 10 

Limitations of the powers of the several States — 1. No State shall enter into any 
Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money, emit 
Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass 
any Bill of Attainder ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts or 
grant any Title of Nobility. 

State imposts and duties — 2. No State shall, without the Consent of the Congress, lay 
any Imposts or Duties on Imports or Exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for 
executing its inspection Laws; and the net Produce of all Duties and Imposts, laid by any 
State on Imports or Exports, shall be for the Use of the Treasury of the United States; and 
all such Laws shall be subject to the Revision and Control of the Congress. 

Further restrictions on powers of State — 3. No State shall, without the consent of 
Congress, lay any duty of Tonnage, keep Troops, or Ships of War in time of Peace, enter into 
any Agreement or Compact with another State, or with a foreign Power, or engage in War, 
unless actually invaded, or in such imminent Danger as will not admit of delay. 



*See sixteenth amendment. 



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ARTICLE II 

Section 1 

The President; the executive power — 1. The executive Power shall be vested in a 
President of the United States of America. He shall hold his Office during the Term of four 
Years, and, together with the Vice-President, chosen for the same Term, be elected, as follows: 

Appointment and qualifications of presidential electors — 2. Each State shall appoint, 
in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the 
whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the 
Congress; but no Senator or Representative or Person holding an Office of Trust or Profit 
under the United States, shall be appointed an Elector. 

Original method of electing the President and Vice-President — *[The Electors shall 
meet in their respective States, and vote by Ballot for two persons, of whom one at least shall 
not be an Inhabitant of the same State with themselves. And they shall make a List of all the 
Persons voted for, and of the Number of Votes for each; which List they shall sign and certify, 
and transmit sealed to the Seat of the Government of the United States, directed to the 
President of the Senate. The President of the Senate shall, in the Presence of the Senate and 
House of Representatives, open all the Certificates, and the Votes shall then be counted. The 
Person having the greatest Number of Votes shall be the President, if such Number be a 
Majority of the whole Number of Electors appointed; and if there be more than one who have 
such Majority, and have an equal Number of Votes, then the House of Representatives shall 
immediately chuse by Ballot one of them for President; and if no Person have a Majority, then 
from the five highest on the list the said House shall in like Manner chuse the President. But 
in chusing the President, the Votes shall be taken by States, the Representation from each 
State having one Vote; A quorum for this Purpose shall consist of a Member or Members from 
two-thirds of the States, and a Majority of all the States shall be necessary to a Choice. In 
every case, after the Choice of the President, the Person having the greatest Number of Votes 
of the Electors shall be the Vice-President. But if there should remain two or more who have 
equal Votes, the Senate shall chuse from them by Ballot the Vice-President.] 

Congress may determine time of choosing electors and day for casting their votes — 

3. The Congress may determine the Time of chusing the Electors, and the Day on which they 
shall give their Votes; which Day shall be the same throughout the United States. 

^Qualifications for the office of President — 4. No person except a natural born Citizen, 
or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be 
eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that office who shall 
not have attained to the Age of thirty-five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within 
the United States. 

tFilling vacancy in the office of President — 5. In Case of the Removal of the President 
from Office, or of his Death, Resignation, or Inability to discharge the Powers and Duties of 
the said Office, the same shall devolve on the Vice-President, and the Congress may by Law 
provide for the Case of Removal, Death, Resignation or Inability, both of the President and 
Vice President, declaring what Officer shall then act as President, and such Officer shall act 
accordingly, until the Disability be removed, or a President shall be elected. 

*This clause has been superseded by the twelfth amendment. 

**For qualifications of the Vice-President, see Article XII of the amendments. 

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Compensation of the President — 6. The President shall, at stated Times, receive for his 
Services, a Compensation, which shall neither be encreased nor diminished during the 
Period for which he shall have been elected, and he shall not receive within that Period any 
other Emolument for the United States, or any of them. 

Oath to be taken by the President — 7. Before he enter on the Execution of his Office, 
he shall take the following Oath or Affirmation: — "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I 
will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my 
Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." 

Section 2 

The President to be commander-in-chief of army and navy and head of executive 
department; may grant reprieves and pardons — 1. The President shall be Commander- 
in-Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, 
when called into the actual Service of the United States; he may require the Opinion, in 
writing, of the principal Officer in each of the executive Departments, upon any subject 
relating to the Duties of their respective Offices, and he shall have Power to grant Reprieves 
and Pardons for Offenses against the United States, except in Cases of Impeachment. 

President may, with concurrence of Senate, make treaties, appoint ambassadors; 
etc.; appointment of inferior officers, authority of Congress over — 2. He shall have 
Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate to make Treaties, provided two- 
thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and 
Consent of the Senate, shall appoint Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, 
Judges of the Supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States, whose 
Appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by Law; 
but the Congress may by Law vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think 
proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments. 

President may fill vacancies in office during recess of Senate — 3. The President shall 
have Power to fill all Vacancies that may happen during the Recess of the Senate, by granting 
Commissions which shall expire at the End of their next Session. 

Section 3 

President to give advice to Congress; may convene or adjourn it on certain 
occasions; to receive ambassadors, etc.; have laws executed and commission all officers 

— He shall from time to time give to the Congress Information of the State of the Union, 
and recommend to their Consideration such Measures as he shall judge necessary and 
expedient; he may, on extraordinary Occasions, convene both Houses, or either of them, and 
in Case of Disagreement between them, with Respect to the Time of Adjournment, he may 
adjourn them to such Time as he shall think proper; he shall receive Ambassadors and other 
public Ministers; he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed, and shall 
Commission all the Officers of the United States. 



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Section 4 

All civil officers removable by impeachment — 1 . The President, Vice-President and 
all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and 
Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high crimes and Misdemeanors. 

ARTICLE III 

Section 1 

Judicial power; how vested; term of office and compensation of judges — The 

judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such 
inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both 
of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their offices during good Behaviour, and shall, 
at stated Times, receive for their Services a Compensation which shall not be diminished 
during their Continuance in office. 

Section 2 

jurisdiction of Federal courts — The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases in Law 
and Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United States and Treaties made, 
or which shall be made, under their Authority; to all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other 
public Ministers and consuls; — to all Cases of Admiralty and maritime Jurisdiction; — to 
Controversies to which the United States shall be a Party; — to Controversies between two or 
more States; — between a State and Citizens of another State; — between Citizens of different 
States; between Citizens of the same States claiming Lands under Grants of different States, 
and between a State, or the Citizens thereof, and foreign States, Citizens or Subjects. 

Original and appellate jurisdiction of Supreme Court — 2. In all cases affecting 
Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, 
the Supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction. In all the other Cases before mentioned, 
the Supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with such 
Exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make. 

Trial of all crimes, except impeachment, to be by jury — 3. The trial of all such Crimes, 
except in Cases of Impeachment, shall be by Jury; and such Trial shall be held in the State 
where the said Crimes shall have been committed; but when not committed within any State, 
the trial shall be at such Place or Places as the Congress may by Law have directed. 

Treason defined; conviction of — 1 . Treason against the United States, shall consist only 
in levying War against them, or, in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. 
No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the 
same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court. 

Congress to declare punishment for treason; proviso — 2. The Congress shall have 
power to declare the Punishment of Treason, but no Attainder of Treason shall work 
Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture except during the Life of the Person attained. 



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ARTICLE IV 

Section 1 

Each State to give full faith and credit to the public acts and records of other States 

— Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public Acts, Records, and judicial 
Proceedings of every other State. And the Congress may by general Laws prescribe the 
Manner in which such Acts, Records and Proceedings shall be proved, and the Effect thereof. 

Section 2 

Privileges to citizens — 1 . Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and 
Immunities of Citizens in the several States. 

Extradition between the several States — 2. A Person charged in any State with 
Treason, Felony, or other Crime, who shall flee from Justice, and be found in another State, 
shall on demand of the executive Authority of the State from which he fled, be delivered up, 
to be removed to the State having Jurisdiction of the Crime. 

*Person held to labor or services in one State, fleeing to another, to be returned — 

3. No Person held to Serve or Labour in one State under the Laws thereof, escaping into 
another, shall, in Consequence of any Law or Regulation therein, be discharged from such 
Service or Labour, but shall be delivered up on Claim of the Party to whom such Service or 
Labour may be due. 

Section 3 

New States — 1 . New States may be admitted by the Congress into this Union; but no 
new State shall be formed or erected within the Jurisdiction of any other State; nor any State 
be formed by Junction of two or more States, or parts of States, without the Consent of the 
Legislatures of the States concerned as well as of the Congress. 

Regulations concerning territory — 2. The Congress shall have Power to dispose of 
and make all needful Rules and Regulations respecting the Territory or other Property 
belonging to the United States; and nothing in this Constitution shall be so construed as to 
Prejudice any Claims of the United States, or of any particular State. 

Section 4 

Republican form of government and protection guaranteed the several States — 1 . 

The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of 
Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the 
Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic 
violence. 



*See thirteenth amendment. 



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ARTICLE V 



Ways in which the Constitution can be amended — The Congress, whenever two-thirds 
of both Houses shall deem it necessary, shall propose Amendments to this Constitution, or, 
on the Application of the Legislatures of two-thirds of the several States, shall call a 
Convention for proposing Amendments, which, in either Case, shall be valid to all Intents and 
Purposes, as part of this Constitution, when ratified by the Legislature of three-fourths of the 
several States, or by Conventions in three-fourths thereof, as the one or the other Mode of 
Ratification may be proposed by the Congress; Provided that no Amendment which may be 
made prior to the year One thousand eight hundred and eight shall in any Manner affect the 
first and fourth Clauses in the Ninth Section of the first Article; and that no State, without its 
Consent, shall be deprived of its equal Suffrage in the Senate. 

ARTICLE VI 

Debts contracted under the confederation secured — 1. All Debts contracted and 
Engagements entered into, before the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against 
the United States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation. 

Constitution, laws and treaties of the United States to be supreme — 2. This 
Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; 
and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall 
be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any 
Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding. 

Who shall take constitutional oaths; no religious test as to official qualifications — 3. 

The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State 
Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the 
several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no 
religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any office or public Trust under the 
United States. 



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ARTICLE VII 

Constitution to be considered adopted when ratified by nine States — 

The Ratification of the Conventions of nine States shall be sufficient for the Establishment 
of this Constitution between the States so ratifying the Same. 

Done in Convention by Unanimous Consent of the States present the Seventeenth 
Day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty 
seven and of the Independence of the United States of America the Twelfth. In 
Witness whereof We have hereunto subscribed our Names. 

G°. WASHINGTON 

President and Deputy for Virginia 



John Langdon 

Nathaniel Gorham 

Wm Saml Johnson 

Alexander Hamilton 

Wil: Livingston 
David Brearley 

B. Franklin 
Robt. Morris 
Thos. Fitzsimons 
James Wilson 

Geo: Reed 
John Dickinson 
Jaco: Broom 

James McHenry 
Danl Carroll 

John Blair — 

Wm Blount 
Hu Williamson 

J. Rutledge 
Charles Pinckney 

William Few 



New Hampshire. 

Massachusetts. 

Connecticut. 

New York. 

New Jersey. 

Pennsylvania. 



Delaware. 

Maryland. 

Virginia. 
North Carolina. 

South Carolina. 

Georgia. 



Nicholas Gilman 

Rufus King 

Roger Sherman 



Wm Patterson 
Jona:. Dayton 

Thomas Mifflin 

Geo. Clymer 

Jared Ingersoll 

Gouv Morris 

Gunning Bedford Jun 
Richard Bassett 



Dan: of St. Thos Jenifer 



James Madison Jr. 



Richd Dobbs Spaight 



Charles Cotesworth Pinckney 
Pierce Butler 

Abr Baldwin 



Attest: William Jackson, Secretary 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 23 

AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE 

UNITED STATES 

The following amendments from articles I to X inclusive were proposed at the first 
session of the first Congress of the United States, which was begun and held at the city of 
New York on the 4th day of March, 1789, and were adopted by the requisite number of 
states, as follows: New Jersey, Nov. 20, 1789; Maryland, Dec. 19, 1789; North Carolina, 
Dec. 22, 1789; South Carolina, Jan. 19, 1790; New Hampshire, Jan. 25, 1790; Delaware, 
Jan. 28, 1790; Pennsylvania, March 10, 1790; New York, March 27. 1790; Rhode Island, 
June 15, 1790; Vermont, Nov. 3, 1791, and Virginia, Dec. 15, 1791. 

The following preamble and resolution preceded the original proposition of the 
amendments, and as they have been supposed by a high equity judge to have an important 
bearing on the construction of those amendments, they are here inserted. They will be found 
in the journals of the first session of the first congress. 

CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 

Begun and held at the city of New York, on Wednesday, the 

4th day of March, 1789. 

The conventions of a number of the states having, at the time of their adopting the 
Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, 
that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should be added, and as extending the ground 
of public confidence in the government will best insure the beneficent ends of its institution: 

Resolved, By the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, 
in congress assembled, two-thirds of both houses concurring, that the following articles be 
proposed to the legislature of the several states, as amendments to the constitution of the 
United States; all or any of which articles, when ratified by three-fourths of the said 
legislatures, to be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of the said constitution, namely: 

ARTICLE I 

Freedom of religion, of speech, of the press, and right of petition — Congress shall 
make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; 
or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to 
assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. 

ARTICLE II 

Right of the people to bear arms not to be infringed — A well regulated Militia, being 
necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall 
not be infringed. 



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ARTICLE III 

Quartering of troops — No Soldier shall, in time of peace be quartered in any house, 
without the consent of the Owner, nor in time of war, but in a manner to be prescribed by 
law. 

ARTICLE IV 

Persons and houses to be secure from unreasonable searches and seizures — The 

right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects against 
unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but 
upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place 
to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized. 

ARTICLE V 

Trials for crimes; just compensation for private property taken for public use — No 

person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a 
presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury, except in cases arising in the land or naval forces, 
or in the Militia, when in actual service in time of War or public danger; nor shall any person 
be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb; nor shall be 
compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, 
liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor shall private property be taken for public 
use, without just compensation. 

ARTICLE VI 

Civil rights in trials for crime enumerated — In all criminal prosecutions, the accused 
shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district 
wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously 
ascertained by law, and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be 
confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining 
witnesses in his favor, and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence. 

ARTICLE VII 

Civil rights in civil suits — In suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall 
exceed twenty dollars, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved, and no fact tried in a jury, 
shall be otherwise re-examined in any Court of the United States, than according to the rules 
of the common law. 

ARTICLE VIII 

Excessive bail, fines and punishments prohibited — Excessive bail shall not be 
required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted. 



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ARTICLE IX 

Reserved rights of people — The enumeration in the Constitution of certain rights, shall 
not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. 

ARTICLE X 

Powers not delegated, reserved to States and people respectively — The powers not 
delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are 
reserved to the States respectively, or to the people. 

[The eleventh amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several 
states by the third Congress on March 5, 1794, and was declared in force January 8, 1798.] 

ARTICLE XI 

Judicial power of United States not to extend to suits against a State — The Judicial 
power of the United States shall not be construed to extend to any suit in law or equity, 
commenced or prosecuted against one of the United States by Citizens of another State, or 
by Citizens or Subjects of any Foreign State. 

[The twelfth amendment which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several states 
by the eighth Congress on December 12, 1803, and was declared in force September 25, 1804.] 

ARTICLE XII 

*Present mode of electing President and Vice-President by electors — The Electors 
shall meet in their respective states and vote by ballot for President and Vice-President, one 
of whom, at least, shall not be an inhabitant of the same state with themselves; they shall 
name in their ballots the person voted for as President, and in distinct ballots the person voted 
for as Vice President, and they shall make distinct lists of all persons voted for as President, 
and of all persons voted for as Vice-President, and of the number of votes for each, which lists 
they shall sign and certify, and transmit sealed to the seat of the government of the United 
States, directed to the President of the Senate; — The President of the Senate shall, in the 
presence of the Senate and House of Representatives, open all the certificates and the votes 
shall then be counted; — The person having the greatest number of votes for President, shall 
be the President, if such number be a majority of the whole number of electors appointed; and 
if no person have such majority, then from the persons having the highest numbers not 
exceeding three on the list of those voted for as President, the House of Representatives shall 
choose immediately, by ballot, the President. But in choosing the President, the votes shall be 
taken by states, the representation from each State having one vote; a quorum for this purpose 
shall consist of a member or members from two-thirds of the states, and a majority of all the 
states shall be necessary to a choice. And if the House of Representatives shall not choose a 
President whenever the right of choice shall devolve upon them, before the fourth day of 
March next following, then the Vice-President shall act as President, as in the case of the 
death or other constitutional disability of the President. The person having the greatest 
number of votes as Vice-President, shall be the Vice-President, if such number be a majority 



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of the whole number of electors appointed, and if no person have a majority, then from the 
two highest numbers on the list, the Senate shall choose the Vice-President; a quorum for the 
purpose shall consist of two-thirds of the whole number of Senators and a majority of the 
whole number shall be necessary to a choice. But no person constitutionally ineligible to the 
office of President shall be eligible to that of Vice-President of the United States. 

[The thirteenth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several 
states by the thirty-eighth Congress on February 1, 1865, and was declared in force 
December 18, 1865.] 

ARTICLE XIII 

Section 1 

Slavery prohibited — Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment 
for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United 
States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. 

Section 2 

Congress given power to enforce this article — Congress shall have power to enforce 
this article by appropriate legislation. 

[The fourteenth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several 
states by the thirty-ninth Congress on June 16, 1866, and was declared in force July 28, 1868.] 

ARTICLE XIV 

Section 1 

Citizenship defined; privileges of citizens — All persons born or naturalized in the 
United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of 
the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge 
the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any 
person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within 
its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. 

Section 2 

Apportionment of Representatives — Representatives shall be apportioned among the 
several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons 
in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the 
choice of electors for President and Vice-President of the United States, Representatives in 
Congress, the Executive and Judicial officers of a State, or the members of the Legislature 
thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age, 
and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for participation in 
rebellion, or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the 
proportion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male 
citizens twenty-one years of age in such State. 



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Section 3 



Disqualification for office; removal of disability — No person shall be a Senator or 
Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, 
civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken 
an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of 
any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the 
Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the 
same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two- 
thirds of each House, remove such disability. 

Section 4 

Public debt not to be questioned; payment of debts and claims incurred in aid of 
rebellion forbidden — The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by 
law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in 
suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But neither the United States 
nor any State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or 
rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; 
but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void. 

Section 5 

Congress given power to enforce this article — The Congress shall have power to 
enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article. 

[The fifteenth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several 
states by the fortieth Congress on February 27, 1869, and was declared in force March 30, 
1870.] ' 

ARTICLE XV 

Section 1 

Right of certain citizens to vote established — The right of citizens of the United States 
to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State, on account of 
race, color, or previous condition of servitude. 

Section 2 

Congress given power to enforce this article — The Congress shall have power to 
enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 

[The sixteenth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several 
states by the sixty-first Congress on July 12, 1909, and was declared in force February 25, 
1913.] ' 



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ARTICLE XVI 

Taxes on incomes; Congress given power to lay and collect — The Congress shall have 
power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without 
apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration. 

[The seventeenth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several 
states by the sixty-second Congress on May 16, 1912, and was declared in force May 31, 1913.] 

ARTICLE XVII 

Election of United States Senators; filling of vacancies; qualification of electors — 1. 

The Senate of the United States will be composed of two Senators from each State, elected 
by the people thereof, for six years; and each Senator shall have one vote. The electors in 
each State shall have the qualifications requisite for electors of the most numerous branch of 
the State legislatures. 

2. When vacancies happen in the representation of any State in the Senate, the executive 
authority of such State shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies; Provided, that the 
legislature of any State may empower the executive thereof to make temporary appointment 
until the people fill the vacancies by election as the legislature may direct. 

3. This amendment shall not be so construed as to affect the election or term of any 
Senator chosen before it becomes valid as part of the Constitution. 

[The eighteenth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the 
several states by the sixty-fifth Congress, and was declared on January 29, 1919, as going 
into full force and effect on January 16, 1920.] 

* ARTICLE XVIII 

Manufacture, sale or transportation of intoxicating liquors, for beverage purposes, 
prohibited — 1 . After one year from the ratification of this article, the manufacture, sale, or 
transportation of intoxicating liquors within, the importation thereof into, or the exportation 
thereof from the United States and all territory subject to the jurisdiction thereof for 
beverage purposes is hereby prohibited. 

Congress and the several States given concurrent power to pass appropriate 
legislation to enforce this article — 2. The Congress and the several States shall have 
concurrent power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 

Provisions of article to become operative, when adopted by three-fourths of the State 

— 3. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an amendment to 
the Constitution by the legislatures of the several States, as provided in the Constitution 
within seven years from the date of the submission hereof to the States by the Congress. 



*Repealed by Article XXI, effective December 5, 1933. 



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[The nineteenth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the several 
states by the sixty-sixth Congress on May 19. 1919, and declared in force August 26, 1920.] 

ARTICLE XIX 

The right of citizens to vote shall not be denied because of sex — 

The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the 
United States or by any State on account of sex. 

Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 

[The twentieth amendment, which follows, was proposed to the legislatures of the states 
by the seventy-second Congress, Senate Joint Res. 14. passed by the House of 
Representatives on March 1, 1932: the Senate March 2, 1932; signed by the Speaker of the 
House March 2. 1932, by the Vice-President of the U.S. and the President of the Senate 
March 3, 1932. Ratification by the thirty-sixth state occurred January 23, 1933. Sections 1 
and 2 of the amendment became effective October 15, 1933.] 

ARTICLE XX 

Section 1 

Terms of President, Vice-President, Senators and Representatives — 

The terms of the President and Vice-President shall end at noon on the 20th day of 
January, and the terms of Senators and Representatives at noon on the 3d day of January, of 
the years in which such terms would have ended if this article had not been ratified; and the 
terms of the successors shall then begin. 

Section 2 

Time of assembling Congress — The Congress shall assemble at least once in every 
year, and such meeting shall begin at noon on the 3d day of January, unless they shall by law 
appoint a different day. 

Section 3 

Filling vacancy in office of President — If, at the time fixed for the beginning of the 
term of the President, the President elect shall have died, the Vice-President elect shall 
become President. If a President shall not have been chosen before the time fixed for the 
beginning of his term, or if the President elect shall have failed to qualify, then the Vice- 
President elect shall act as President until a President shall have qualified; and the Congress 
may by law provide for the case wherein neither a President elect nor a Vice-President elect 
shall have qualified, declaring who shall then act as President, or the manner in which one 
who is to act shall be selected, and such person shall act accordingly until a President or 
Vice-President shall have qualified. 



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Section 4 

Power of Congress in Presidential succession — The Congress may by law provide for 
the case of the death of any of the persons from whom the House of Representatives may 
choose a President whenever the right of choice shall have devolved upon them, and for the 
case of the death of any of the persons from whom the Senate may choose a Vice-President 
whenever the right of choice shall have devolved upon them. 

Section 5 

Time of taking effect — Sections 1 and 2 shall take effect on the 15th day of October 
following the ratification of this article. 

Section 6 

Ratification — This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an 
amendment to the Constitution by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States 
within seven years from the date of its submission. 

[The twenty-first amendment, which follows, was proposed by the seventy-second Congress, 
second session beginning December 5, 1932. Senate Joint Resolution 211, passed February 20, 
1933, provided for ratification by conventions in three-fourths of the States. The amendment 
became effective with ratification by Utah, the thirty-sixth state, on December 5, 1933.] 

ARTICLE XXI 

Section 1 

Repeal of Prohibition Amendment — The eighteenth article of amendment to the 
Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed. 

Section 2 

Transportation of intoxicating Liquors — The transportation or importation into any 
State, Territory, or possession of the United States for delivery or use therein of intoxicating 
liquors, in violation of the laws thereof, is hereby prohibited. 

Section 3 

Ratification — This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an 
amendment to the Constitution by conventions in the several States, as provided in the 
Constitution, within seven years from the date of the submission hereof to the States by the 
Congress. 

[The twenty-second amendment, which follows, was proposed by the eightieth Congress, 
first session beginning January 3, 1947. Joint Resolution provided for ratification by the 
legislatures of three-fourths of the several states. The amendment became effective with 
ratification by Minnesota, the thirty-sixth state, on February 27, 1951.] 



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ARTICLE XXII 

Section 1 

Term of the office of President — No person shall be elected to the office of the 
President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as 
President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected 
President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once. But this Article shall 
not apply to any person holding the office of President when this Article was proposed by 
the Congress, and shall not prevent any person who may be holding the office of President, 
or acting as President, during the term within which this Article becomes operative from 
holding the office of President or acting as President during the remainder of such term. 

Section 2 

Ratification — This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an 
amendment to the Constitution by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States 
within seven years from the date of its submission to the States by the Congress. 

[The twenty-third amendment which follows, was proposed by the eighty-sixth Congress, 
second session beginning January 6, 1960. Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the 
Constitution of the United States granting representation in the electoral college to the 
District of Columbia, and provided for ratification by the legislatures of three-fourths of the 
several states within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress. The 
amendment became effective with ratification by Kansas, on April 3, 1961.] 

ARTICLE XXIII 

Section 1 

Granting representation in the electoral college to the District of Columbia — The 

District constituting the seat of Government of the United States shall appoint in such manner 
as the Congress may direct: A number of electors of President and Vice President equal to the 
whole number of Senators and Representatives in Congress to which the District would be 
entitled if it were a State, but in no event more than the least populous State; they shall be in 
addition to those appointed by the States, but they shall be considered, for the purposes of the 
election of President and Vice President, to be electors appointed by a State; and they shall 
meet in the District and perform such duties as provided by the twelfth article of amendment. 

Section 2 

Congress given power to enforce this Article — The Congress shall have power to 
enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 

[The twenty-fourth amendment which follows, was proposed by the eighty-seventh 
Congress, second session beginning January 10, 1962. Joint Resolution proposing an 
amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to the qualifications of electors, 
and provided for ratification by the legislature of three-fourths of the several states within 
seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress. The amendment became 
effective with ratification by South Dakota, on January 23, 1964.] 



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ARTICLE XXIV 

Section 1 

Relating to the qualifications of electors — The rights of citizens of the United States to 
vote in any primary or other election for President or Vice President, for electors for President 
or Vice President, or for Senator or Representative in Congress, shall not be denied or abridged 
by the United States or any State by reason of failure to pay any poll tax or other tax. 

Section 2 

Congress given power to enforce this Article — The Congress shall have power to 
enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 

[The twenty-fifth amendment which follows, was proposed at the first session of the 
eighty-ninth Congress beginning January 4, 1965. Joint resolution proposing an amendment 
to the Constitution of the United States relating to succession to the Presidency and Vice 
Presidency and to cases where the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of 
his office, and provided for ratification by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several 
states within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress. The amendment 
became effective with ratification by Nevada on February 10, 1967. J 

ARTICLE XXV 

Section 1 

Vice President to become President — In case of the removal of the President from 
office or of his death or resignation, the Vice President shall become President. 

Section 2 

President to nominate Vice President when vacancy in office of Vice President — 

Whenever there is a vacancy in the office of the Vice President, the President shall nominate 
a Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses 
of Congress. 

Section 3 

President unable to discharge duties Vice President to be Acting President — 

Whenever the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker 
of the House of Representatives his written declaration that he is unable to discharge the 
powers and duties of his office, and until he transmits to them a written declaration to the 
contrary, such powers and duties shall be discharged by the Vice President as Acting 
President. 



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Section 4 



President unable to discharge duties determined by Vice President or as Congress 
may by law provide — Whenever the Vice President and a majority of either of the 
principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by 
law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the 
House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge 
the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers 
and duties of the office as Acting President. 

Thereafter, when the President transmits to the President pro tempore of the Senate and 
the Speaker of the House of Representatives his written declaration that no inability exists, 
he shall resume the powers and duties of his office unless the Vice President and a majority 
of either the principal officers of the executive department or of such other body as Congress 
may by law provide, transmit within four days to the President pro tempore of the Senate 
and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President 
is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Thereupon Congress shall decide 
the issue, assembling within forty-eight hours for that purpose if not in session. If the 
Congress, within twenty-one days after receipt of the latter written declaration, or, if 
Congress is not in session, within twenty-one days after Congress is required to assemble, 
determines by two-thirds vote of both Houses that the President is unable to discharge the 
powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall continue to discharge the same as 
Acting President; otherwise, the President shall resume the powers and duties of his office. 

[The twenty-sixth amendment which follows, was proposed at the first session of the 
ninety-second Congress beginning January 21, 1971. Joint Resolution proposing an 
amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right to vote to citizens 
eighteen years of age or older, and provided for ratification by the legislatures of three- 
fourths of the several states within seven years from the date of its submission by the 
Congress. The amendment was declared on July 5, 1971 as going into full force and effect 
on July 1, 1971.] 

ARTICLE XXVI 

Section 1 

Extending the right to vote to citizens eighteen years of age or older — The right of 
citizens of the United States who are eighteen years of age or older, to vote shall not be 
denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of age. 

Section 2 

Congress given power to enforce this article — The Congress Shall have power to 
enforce this article by appropriate legislation. 



ARTICLE XXVII 

No law, varying the compensation for the services of the Senators and Representatives, 
shall take effect, until an election of Representatives shall have intervened. (Proposed by 
Congress Sept. 25, 1789; ratified May 7, 1992) 



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INDEX 

TO THE 

CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 



Art. 

ABSENCE-of members of congress 1 

vice-president 1 

ACCEPTANCE-of office, gifts, etc, from foreign governments .... 1 

ACCOUNTS-of receipts and expenditures of public money 1 

ACCUSATION-to be made known to the accused 6th amend 

ACTING PRESIDENT 25th amend 

ACTIONS-cause of, re-examination of 7th amend 

ACTS OF STATES-full faith to be given to 4 

proving of, congress to prescribe manner of 4 

ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS-power of, by each house 

during session, restrictions on 1 

president's approval not necessary to 1 

quorum, for want of, by each house from day to day 1 

time of, disagreement as to 2 

ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION-in the federal courts 3 

ADMISSION-of new states 4 

ADVICE AND CONSENT OF SENATE-when required 2 

AGE QUALIFICATION-president, for office of 2 

representative, for office 1 

senator, for office of 1 

vice-president, for office of 12th amend. 

AGREEMENT-between states and with foreign powers 1 

ALIENS-ineligible to office of president 2 

ineligible to office of vice-president 12th amend 

naturalization of 1 

ALLIANCE-by states, prohibited 1 

AMBASSADORS-appointment of, by president 2 

cases affecting, judicial power extended to 3 

reception of, by president 2 

AMENDMENTS-Constitution, amendments to 5 

list of 11-21 

revenue bills, amendments to, by senate 1 

APPELLATE JURISDICTION-of supreme court 3 

APPOINTMENTS-ambassadors 2 

members of congress, to civil offices 1 

militia officers 1 

office-holders as electors 2 

power of president as to 2 

presidential electors 2 

presidential electors 12th amend. 

senate, advice and consent of, to 2 

senate, to vacancies in 17th amend. 

APPORTIONMENT-of representatives 1 

APPROPRIATIONS— army, limited to two years 1 

necessary to expending money 1 



Sec. 
5 
3 
9 
9 



1 
1 

5 
7 
5 
3 
2 
3 
2 
1 
2 
3 

10 
1 

8 
10 

2 
2 
3 
1 

7 
2 
2 
6 
8 
1 
2 
1 



2 
8 
9 



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APPROVAL-by president of acts of congress 

ARMIES-appropriation for, limited 

commander-in-chief of, president to be 

raising and maintenance of, congress to have power as to 

rules and regulations for, congress to make 

ARMS-rights of the people to bear 

ARREST-exemption from, privilege of 

ARSENALS-power of congress over 

ARTS-power of congress to promote 

ASSEMBLING-of congress 

people 

ATTAINDER-bills of, not to be passed 

bill of, not to be passed by states 

for treason, effect of 

ATTENDANCE-of members of congress, compelled 

AUTHENTICATION-of records, acts and proceedings 

AUTHORS-rights of, congress to secure 

BAIL-excessive, prohibited 

BANKRUPTCY-power to establish laws for 

BILLS-not returned by president, when become laws 

passage of, over president's veto 

presentation of, to president 

revenue, to originate in house of representatives 

signing or disapproval of, by president 

BILLS OF ATTAINDER-passage of, prohibited 

passage of, by states, prohibited 

BILLS OF CREDIT-states not to emit 

BORROW MONEY-congress may 

BOUNTIES-debt for, not to be questioned 

BREACH OF PEACE-members of congress may be arrested for 

BRIBERY-impeachment for, removal from office on 

BUILDINGS-for national purposes, authority over 

CAPITAL CRIME-answerable only on indictment, except 

CAPITATION TAX-amendments not to affect 

how laid 

CAPTURES-rules for, congress to make 

CAUSES-re-examination of 

trial by jury of, in suits at common law 

CEDED PROPERTY-authority of congress over 

CENSUS-capitation tax, governed by 

when to be taken 

CHIEF JUSTICE-to preside on impeachment of president 

CITIZENS-Controversies among, judicial power extended to 

life, liberty or property, not to be deprived of, without due 
process of law 

president must be 

privileges and immunities, preserved to 



Art. 


Sec 


1 


7 


1 


8 


7 


2 


1 


8 


1 


8 


2d amend. 




1 


6 


1 


8 


1 


8 


1 


4 


20th amend. 


2 


1st amend. 




1 


9 


1 


10 


3 


3 


1 


5 


4 


1 


1 


8 


8th amend 




1 


8 


1 


7 


1 


7 


1 


7 


1 


7 


1 


7 


1 


9 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


8 


14th amend. 


4 


1 


6 


2 


4 


1 


8 


5th amend. 




5 


1 


1 


9 


1 


8 


7th amend. 




7th amend. 




1 


8 


1 


9 


1 


2 


1 


3 


3 


2 


14th amend. 


1 


2 


1 


4 


2 



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privileges and immunities of, not to be abridged 

representative must be 

right to vote not to be denied or abridged 

rights of, congress to enforce provisions as to 

senator must be 

vice-president must be 

who regarded as 

CIVIL ACTIONS-trial by jury in 

CIVIL OFFICERS-of U.S., removal of, by impeachment 

CLEARANCE-of vessels in interstate commerce, not required 
COIN-counterfeiting of, power of congress over 

gold and silver, only lawful tender 

COINING MONEY-power of congress as to 

state prohibited from 

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF-of army and navy 

COMMERCE-congress to regulate 

duty on tonnage, states not to lay without consent , 

imposts or duties, states not to lay without consent 

interstate, vessels in, not required to clear 

regulations of, not to give preference to ports of state 

COMMISSIONS-to fill vacancies, president may grant 

COMMON DEFENSE-congress to provide for 

COMPENSATION-judges of 

president, of 

private property, not to be taken without 

senators and representatives, of 

COMPULSORY PROCESS- 

accused to have, in criminal proceedings 

CONFEDERATION-debts of original, valid against U.S 

state not to enter into 

CONGRESS-adjournment of, disagreement as to time of 

president's approval not necessary to 

quorum, for want of, by either house 

restriction on powers of, by either house 

armies, to raise and support 

arts, to promote progress of useful 

bail, excessive, not to require 

bankrupt law, to establish 

bill of attainder, not to pass 

bills, passage, manner of 

passage of, over president's veto 

revenue, where to originate 

captures on land and water, to make rules concerning 

ceded district, to exercise jurisdiction over 

citizens, privileges and immunities of, not to abridge 

citizens, right of, to vote, not to impair 

rights of, to protect and enforce 

commerce, to regulate 

constitution, to propose amendments to 

counterfeiting, or provide punishment for 



Art. 


Sec 


14th amend. 


1 


1 


2 


15th amend. 


1 


15th amend. 


2 


1 


3 


12th amend. 


1 


14th amend. 


1 


7th amend. 




2 


4 


1 


9 


1 


8 


1 


10 


1 


8 


1 


10 


2 


2 


1 


8 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


9 


1 


9 


2 


2 


1 


8 


3 


1 


2 


1 


5th amend. 




1 


6 


6th amend. 




6 


1 


1 


10 


2 


3 


1 


7 


1 


5 


1 


5 


1 


8 


1 


8 


8th amend. 




1 


8 


1 


9 


1 


7 


1 


7 


1 


7 


1 


8 


1 


8 


4 


2 


15th amend. 


1 


15th amend. 


2 


1 


8 


5 


1 


1 


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courts, inferior, to constitute 

inferior to supreme court, to establish 

crime, rights of parties accused of. not to abridge 

debts of United States, to pay 

electors, presidential, may determine time of choosing . 

enumeration, to direct taking of 

exports from a state, to lay no tax or duty on 

felonies, to define and punish 

forces, land and naval, to make rules for government of 
freedom of speech or press, laws abridging, not to make 

gifts, etc., from other nations, consent of, to receive 

habeas corpus, suspension of writ of, powers of, 

as to, restricted 

imposts, consent of, for States to lay 

income tax, power to lay and collect 

journals, each house to keep, etc 

judges, compensation or term of office of, not to limit .... 

laws, e.x post facto, not to pass 

necessary, to carry powers into execution, to make .. 

legislative powers, vested in 

letters of marque and reprisal, to grant 

meeting of 

members of, absence of 

arrest, privileged from 

compensation of 

disorderly behavior of 

election of 

expulsion of 

ineligibility of, to hold other offices 

qualifications of, each house to judge 

members of, U.S. officials ineligible for 

militia, calling forth, to provide for 

organizing, arming, etc., to provide for 

money, to borrow, on credit of United States 

to coin and regulate value of 

naturalization laws, to establish 

navy, to provide and maintain 

new states, may admit 

nobility, title of, not to grant 

offenses against law of nations, to punish 

office, disability for, may remove 

people, personal rights of, not to infringe 

right of, as to security of persons, not to infringe 

to bear arms, not to be infringed 

persons, migration or importation of, powers of, as to 

petition, laws abridging right of, not to make 

piracies, to define and punish 

ports, to give no preference to, of one state over another , 
post-offices and roads, to establish 



Art. 
1 

3 

6th amend. 
1 
2 



6th amend. 



20th amend 



14 



st amend. 



h amend, 
h amend, 
h amend. 
2d amend. 

st. amend. 



Sec. 
8 

1 

8 
1 

2 
9 
8 
8 



9 
10 

5 
1 
9 
8 
1 
8 
4 
2 

5 
6 
6 
5 
4 
5 
6 
5 
6 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
3 
9 
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records, etc., to provide manner of proving 

religion, laws as to establishment of, not to make 

rules of proceedings, each house may determine 

science, to promote progress of 

senate and house of representatives, to constitute 

soldiers, not to quarter, except, etc 

state imposts and duties, to revise and control 

inspection laws, to revise and control 

states, admission of new, into union, by 

agreements or compacts between, not to be made, 

without consent of 

formation of, by junction of, etc., consent of, for 

taxes and imposts, to lay and collect 

taxes, capitation or direct, not to lay, unless, etc 

territories, to govern 

territory purchased for forts, etc., jurisdiction over 

tonnage, duty on, consent of, for states to lay 

treason, may declare punishment for 

trial by jury, to preserve right of 

vessels, to give no preference to, of one state over another 

war, consent of, for states to engage in 

to declare 

CONSTITUTION-amendments to, how proposed, etc 

laws to carry out, congress to make 

oath to support 

object of 

powers not delegated by, etc., reserved 

supreme law of the land, to be 

CONSULS-appointment of, by president 

cases affecting, judicial power extended to 

CONTRACTS-laws impairing obligations of, state not to pass 

CONVENTION-for proposing amendments, how called 

CONVICTION-for treason 

on impeachment 

COPYRIGHTS-congress may provide for 

COUNSEL-party accused to have the right of 

COUNTERFEITING-congress to provide punishment for 

COURTS-inferior, congress may establish 

judges of, term and compensation of 

judicial power, vested in 

trial by jury, in 

CREDIT-given to public acts and records 

bills of, states not to emit 

CRIMES-parties accused of, rights of 

removal from office for, by impeachment 

trial for, except in impeachments, to be by jury 

mode of, regulated 

place of 

CRUEL OR UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS-prohibited 



Art. 


Sec 


4 


1 


1st amend. 




1 


5 


1 


8 


1 


1 


3d amend. 




1 


10 


1 


10 


4 


3 


1 


10 


4 


3 


1 


8 


1 


9 


4 


3 


1 


8 


1 


10 


3 


3 


7th amend. 




1 


9 


1 


10 


1 


8 


5 


1 


1 


8 


2 


1 


Preamble 




10th amend. 




6 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


1 


10 


5 


1 


3 


3 


1 


3 


1 


8 


6th amend. 




1 


8 


3 


1 


3 


1 


3 


1 


7th amend. 




4 


1 


1 


10 


5th amend. 




2 


4 


3 


2 


6th amend. 




3 


2 


8th amend. 





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Art. 

DEBT OF UNITED STATES-payment of, by congress 1 

validity of, not to be questioned 14th amend. 

DEBTS-incurred in aid of insurrection, repudiated 14th amend. 

incurred in aid of insurrection, illegal and void 14th amend. 

under prior confederation, assumed 6 

DEFENSE-comman, constitution adopted to insure Preamble 

congress to provide for 1 

right of accused to, in criminal proceedings 6th amend. 

DEPARTMENTS-inferior officers in, appointments of 2 

opinions from, president may require 2 

power of congress over 1 

DIRECT ELECTION OF SENATORS 17th amend. 

DIRECT TAXES-apportionment of 1 

when and how laid 1 

DISABILITY-president. provisions in case of, as to 2 

rebellion, by engagement in 14th amend. 

removal of, by congress 14th amend. 

DISCOVERIES-rights to inventors for, congress to secure 1 

DISORDERLY BEHAVIOR-in congress, each house may 

punish for 1 

DISQUALIFICATIONS-elector of president, for office of 2 

impeachment on, judgment in case of 1 

rebellion, by engaging in 14th amend. 

senators and representatives, for other office 1 

U.S. officials for members of either house 1 

DISTRICT-for seat of government, exclusive legislation over 1 

in which crimes are to be tried 6th amend. 

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA-granting representation in the 

electoral college 23rd amend. 

DOCKYARDS-power of congress over 1 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE-protection of states against 4 

DUTIES-congress may impose 1 

exports from states, not to be laid on 1 

laid by states, net produce of, to be for use of U.S 1 

states not to lay, on imports or exports, without consent 1 

tonnage, states not to lay on, without consent 1 

uniform, to be 1 

vessels, clearing in one state, not to pay, in another 1 

ELECTION-of members of congress, each house judge of 1 

president and vice-president 2 

how conducted 12th amend. 

representatives 1 

representatives 1 

senators 1 

direct election of 17th amend. 

senators 1 

ELECTIVE FRANCHISE-right of citizen to vote, 

not to be denied, etc 15th amend. 

right of citizen to vote denied by state, effect of, 

on apportionment 14th amend. 



Sec. 
8 
4 
4 
4 
1 

8 

2 
2 
8 

2 
9 
1 
3 
3 
8 

5 
1 
3 
3 
6 
6 
8 



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4 

8 

9 

10 

10 

10 

8 

9 

5 

1 

2 
4 
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right of eighteen year old to vote 26th amend. 

ELECTORS OF REPRESENTATIVES-qualifications of 1 

ELECTORS, PRESIDENTIAL-appointment of, by states 2 

choosing of, time of, congress may determine 2 

disqualifications for office of 2 

qualifications for office of 14th amend. 

not denied by reason of failure to pay poll tax or other tax 24th amend. 

lists to be made and certified by 12th amend. 

meeting and proceedings of 12th amend. 

voting by, time for, congress may determine 2 

to by ballot 12th amend. 

ELIGIBILITY-elector, to office of 2 

president, to office of 2 

representative, to office of 1 

senator, to office of 1 

vice president, to office of 12th amend. 

EMANCIPATION OF SLAVES -claims for loss by, 

illegal and void 14th amend. 

slavery prohibited 13th amend. 

EMOLUMENTS-official not to accept, without consent 1 

ENUMERATION OF INHABITANTS-when to be made 1 

representation based upon 1 

EQUAL PROTECTION OF THE LAWS-no state shall deny 14th amend. 

EQUAL SUFFRAGE IN SENATE-secured to state 5 

EQUITY CASES judicial power extended to 3 

judicial power extended to, limited 1 1th amend. 

EXCESSIVE BAIL-not to be required 8th amend. 

EXCISE-power of congress to lay and collect 1 

uniform, excise to be 1 

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS-oath, to be bound by 6 

opinion of, president may require 2 

president, oath to be taken by 2 

EXECUTIVE POWER-vested in president 2 

EXPENDITURES-of money to be published 1 

EXPORTS-duty on, from states, congress not to lay 1 

duty on, laid by states, to be for use of United States 1 

duty on, states not to impose, without consent 1 

EX POST FACTO LAWS-congress not to pass 1 

states not to pass 1 

EXPULSION OF MEMBER-by concurrence of two-thirds 1 

FAITH AND CREDIT-to acts, records, etc., of states 4 

FELONIES -arrest for, members of congress not privileged from .. 1 

on high seas, congress power to punish 1 

persons accused of, fleeing from justice, provisions as to 4 

FINES-excessive, not to be imposed 8th amend. 

FOREIGN CITIZENS-judicial power subject to 3 

naturalization of 1 

FOREIGN COIN-value of, congress may regulate 1 

FOREIGN NATIONS-commerce with, congress to regulate 1 



Sec. 
1 

2 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 



1 

1 
2 
3 



4 
1 
9 

2 
2 
1 
1 
2 



8 
8 
3 
2 
1 
1 

9 

9 

10 

10 

9 

10 

5 

1 
6 

8 

2 

2 
8 
8 
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gifts, etc., not to be received without consent 

FOREIGN POWERS-compact with, states prohibited entering 

into 

FORFEITURE-attainder of treason not to work, except during 

life 

FORTS-power of congress over 

FREEDOM-of speech and press guaranteed 

FUGITIVES-from justice to be delivered up 

from service or labor to be delivered up 

GIFTS-acceptance of, from foreign governments 

GENERAL WELFARE-congress to provide for 

constitution, purpose of, to secure 

GOLD AND SILVER COIN-tender in payment, 

restriction on states as to 

GOOD BEHAVIOR-term of judicial officers 

GOVERNMENT-republican form of, guaranteed to states 

seat of, legislative power of congress over 

GRAND JURY-indictments by 

presentments of crimes to be tried on, except, etc 

GRANT-of letters of marque and reprisal, by congress 

of letters of marque and reprisal, by states, prohibited 

of titles of nobility, prohibited 

of titles of nobility, prohibited 

GRIEVANCES, right of petition for redress of 

GUARANTEE-of republican form of government to state 

HABEAS CORPUS-writ of. suspension of 

HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS-appointment of officers by 

opinions from, president may require 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES: 

adjournment of, from day to day 

restriction on power of 

bills, reconsideration of, by 

bills, revenue, to originate in 

disorderly behavior, may punish members for 

elections, returns, etc., of members, to judge of 

impeachment, to have sole power of 

journal, to keep and publish 

members of, chosen every second year 

compensation of 

disability of certain members of 

disorderly behavior, may be punished for 

elections for, manner of holding, etc 

elections, returns, etc., of, to judge of 

electors of. qualifications of 

members of, expulsion of 

ineligibility of, to other offices 

qualifications of 

United States officials, not eligible for 



Art. 

I 

1 

3 
1 
1st amend. 

4 
4 

1 
1 
Preamble 

1 

3 

4 

1 

5th amend. 

5th amend. 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1st amend. 

4 

1 

2 
2 



14th amend. 



Sec. 
9 

10 

3 
8 

2 
2 

9 

8 



10 

1 

4 
8 



8 
10 

9 
10 



9 

2 
2 

5 
5 
7 
7 
5 
5 
2 
5 
2 
6 
3 
5 
4 
5 
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yeas and nays of, when entered on journal 1 

officers of, to choose 1 

orders, resolutions, etc., of, to be presented to president 1 

president, when and how to choose 12th amend. 

quorum of 1 

revenue bills, to originate in 1 

rules of proceedings, may determine 1 

speaker of, to choose 1 

vacancies in, writ of election to fill 1 

votes for president and vice-president, to be counted 

in presence of 12th amend. 

see also Representatives. 

IMMUNITIES-citizens entitled to 4 

laws abridging, to citizens, prohibited 14th amend. 

IMPEACHMENT-cases of, not to be tried by jury 3 

chief justice, when to preside at 1 

house, to have sole power of 1 

judgment on conviction of, extent of 1 

removal from office on 2 

senate, sole power to try 1 

IMPORTATION OF PERSONS-powers of congress as to, 

restricted 1 

tax or duty may be imposed on 1 

IMPORTS-imposts or duties on, laid by states, revision of 1 

IMPOSTS-congress to lay 1 

laid by states, for use of treasury 1 

states not to lay, without consent 1 

uniform, to be 1 

INCOME TAX-power to lay and collect 16th amend. 

INDIANS-commerce with, congress to regulate 1 

excluded from representation 1 

INDICTMENT-when necessary 5th amend. 

INFERIOR COURTS-congress power to establish 1 

judges of, term and compensation of 3 

judicial power vested in 3 

INFERIOR OFFICERS-congress may invest appointment of 2 

INHABITANTS OF UNITED STATES-president and 

vice-president must be 2 

representative must be 1 

senator must be 1 

INSPECTION LAWS-imposed by states, subject to revision 1 

INSURRECTIONS-debts contracted in aid of, void 14th amend. 

disabilities from, congress may remove 14th amend. 

participants in, disqualified for office 14th amend. 

suppression of, congress to provide for 1 

INTOXICATING LIQUORS-prohibited 18th amend. 

repeal of prohibition 21st amend. 

INWASiOU-habeas corpus, suspension of, in case of 1 

militia to repel, congress may call out 1 

states to be protected from 4 



Sec. 

5 

2 
7 

5 
7 
5 

2 
2 



2 
1 

2 
3 
2 
3 
4 
3 

9 

9 
10 

8 

10 
10 

8 

8 

2 

8 

1 
1 
2 

1 
2 
3 

10 
4 
3 
3 
8 



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8 
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INVENTORS-rights to, congress to pass laws to secure 

INVOLUNTARY SERVITUDE-abolition of, except for crime 

provision as to, power of congress to enforce 

JEOPARDY OF LIFE AND LIMB-persons not to be twice 

subject to 

JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS-each house to keep, etc 

JUDGES-appointment of 

bound by constitution, laws and treaties 

compensation of 

oath, to be bound by 

tenure of office of 

JUDGMENT-in impeachment cases, extent of 

JUDICIAL OFFICERS-to be bound by oath 

JUDICIAL POWER-extended to certain cases, etc 

limited 

vested in supreme and inferior courts 

JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS-of states, full faith to be given to .. 

JURISDICTION-of supreme court, appellate and original 

JURY-facts tried by, re-examination of 

speedy and public trial by, accused to have 

suits at common law. right of trial by, in 

trial of crimes to be by, except on impeachments 

JUST COMPENSATION-property for public use not to be 

taken without 

JUSTICE-fugitives from, to be delivered up 

purpose of constitution, to establish 

LABOR-fugitives from, to be delivered up 

LAME DUCK AMENDMENT 

LAND-ceded to or purchased by United States 

grants of. by states 

LAND AND NAVAL FORCES-congress to govern and regulate 
LAW AND EQUITY-cases in, judicial power extended to 

cases injudicial power limited 

LAW OF NATIONS-offenses against, punishment for 

LAW OF THE LAND-constitution, laws and treaties constitute 

judges in states bound by 

LAWS-congress, power of, to make 

contracts, impairing obligations of, states not to pass 

equal protection of, persons not to be denied 

ex post facto, congress not to pass 

states not to pass 

state, subordinate to constitution, etc 

when subject to control of congress 

United States, cases arising under, judicial power extended to 

president to see faithful execution of 

LEGAL TENDER-inhibition as to states making 

LEGISLATION-exclusive over District of Columbia 

exclusive over places purchased for forts, etc 



Art. 


Sec 


1 


8 


13th amend. 


1 


13th amend. 


2 


5th amend. 




1 


5 


2 


2 


6 


2 


3 


1 


6 


3 


3 


1 


1 


3 


6 


3 


3 


2 


1 1th amend. 




3 


1 


4 


1 


3 


2 


7th amend. 




6th amend. 




7th amend. 




3 


2 


5th amend. 




4 


2 


Preamble 




4 


2 


20th amend. 




1 


8 


3 


2 


1 


8 


3 


2 


11th amend. 




1 


8 


6 


2 


6 


2 


1 


8 


1 


10 


14th amend. 


1 


I 


9 


1 


10 


6 


2 


1 


10 


3 


2 


2 


3 


1 


10 


1 


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fifteenth amendment, congress to enforce by 

fourteenth amendment, congress to enforce by 

power of, vested in congress 

thirteenth amendment, congress to enforce by 

LEGISLATIVE POWERS OF UNITED STATES-vested in congress 
LEGISLATURES OF STATES-amendments to constitution, 

to act on 

elections, times, places, etc., of holding, to prescribe 

electors, appointment of, may direct 

lands, cession of, by 

members of, to take oath 

new states, consent of, for forming 

LETTERS OF MARQUE AND REPRISAL-congress may grant .. 

states prohibited from granting 

LIBERTY-constitution, purpose of, to secure 

person cannot be deprived of, without, etc 

state cannot deprive persons of 

LIFE-persons not to be deprived of, without, etc 

persons not to be twice put in jeopardy of 

restrictions on power of state as to life of persons 

LISTS-of electoral votes to be made 

LOSS OF SLAVE-claim for, illegal and void 

MAGAZINES-exclusive power over 

MAJORITY-of each house to constitute a quorum 

of electoral votes 

of senators to choice of vice-president 

of state vote to choice of president 

smaller number than, may adjourn 

smaller number than, may compel attendance 

MARITIME JURISDICTION-vested in court 

MARQUE AND REPRISAL-congress may grant letters of 

state prohibited from granting letters of 

MEASURES AND WEIGHTS-Congress to fix standard of 

MEETING OF CONGRESS-at least once a year 

MIGRATION-power of congress as to, limited 

MILITIA-calling force of 

commander of, president to be 

organizing and disciplining 

right of States to maintain 

MINISTERS-appointment of 

jurisdiction of courts over 

reception of 

MISDEMEANORS-trial of officers for 

MONEY-appropriations of 

power to borrow 

power to coin and regulate value of 

receipts and expenditures of, to be published 

states not to coin gold or silver 

states not to make other than coin legal tender 



Art. 


Sec 


15th amend. 


2 


14th amend. 


5 


1 


1 


13th amend. 


2 


1 


1 


5 


1 


1 


4 


2 


1 


1 


8 


6 


3 


4 


3 


1 


8 


1 


10 


Preamble 




5th amend. 




14th amend. 


1 


5th amend. 




5th amend. 




14th amend. 


1 


12th amend. 




14th amend. 


4 


1 


8 


1 


5 


12th amend. 




1 2th amend. 




12th amend. 




1 


5 


1 


5 


3 


2 


1 


8 


1 


10 


1 


8 


1 


4 


1 


9 


1 


8 


2 


2 


1 


8 


2d amend. 




2 


2 


3 


2 


2 


3 


2 


4 




9 




8 




8 




9 




10 




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NATIONS-commerce with, power to regulate 

law of, offenses against, power to punish 

NATURALIZATION-citizens by, to be citizens of United 

States and states where they reside 

uniform rule of, congress to establish 

NAVAL FORCES-rules and regulations for 

NAVY-commander of, president to be 

congress to provide and maintain 

NEW STATES-admission of 

formation of, restrictions on 

NOBILITY-titles of, states not to grant 

titles of, United States not to grant 

NOMINATIONS-to office, by president 

OATH OF OFFICE-of president 

what officers to take 

OATH OR AFFIRMATION-constitution, to support 

officers bound by 

Warrants to be supported by 

OBLIGATIONS-existing, ratified 

incurred in rebellion, void 

OBLIGATIONS OF CONTRACT-laws impairing, states not 

to pass 

OFFENCES-against law of nations, power of congress to punish 

persons not to be put twice in jeopardy for 

reprieve or pardons for, president may grant 

OFFICE-acceptance of, from foreign governments 

holders of, not to accept presents, etc., from foreign 
kings, etc 

oath of 

qualifications for, religious test not required as 

removal from, on impeachment 

senators and representatives, ineligibility of, for other 

United States officials, ineligible to certain 

vacancies in, when president may fill 

OFFICERS-commission for 

executive, opinions of, president may require 

house to choose 

inferior, congress may vest appointment of 

militia, appointment of 

oath, to be bound by 

removal of, on impeachment 

senate to choose 

United States, appointment of 

disqualified for certain offices 

OPINIONS-of departments, when given 

ORDERS, ETC. -to be presented to president 

ORGANIZING MILITIA-congress to provide for 

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION-of supreme court 

OVERT ACT-necessary to treason 



Art. 


Sec 


1 


8 


1 


8 


14th amend. 


1 


1 


8 


1 


8 


2 


2 


1 


8 


4 


3 


4 


3 


1 


10 


1 


9 


2 


2 


2 


1 


6 


3 


6 


3 


6 


3 


4th amend. 




6 


1 


14th amend. 


4 


1 


10 


1 


8 


5th amend. 




2 


2 


1 


9 


1 


9 


6 


3 


6 


3 


2 


4 


1 


6 


1 


6 


2 


2 


2 


3 


2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


1 


8 


6 


3 


2 


4 


1 


3 


2 


2 


1 


6 


2 


2 


1 


7 


1 


8 


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Art. Sec. 

PAPERS-security of, from unreasonable searches 4th amend. 

PARDONS-president may grant, except, etc 2 2 

PATENT-RIGHTS-law securing, congress may pass 1 8 

PAYMENT-of pensions, not to be questioned 14th amend. 4 

of public debt, not to be questioned 14th amend. 4 

PENALTIES-of absentees in congress 1 5 

PENSIONS AND BOUNTIES-debts for, not to be questioned 14th amend. 4 

PEOPLE-arms, right to bear not to be infringed 2d amend. 

constitution formed by Preamble 

rights, enumerated in, how construed 9th amend. 

enumeration of 1 2 

government, may petition 1st amend. 

peaceable assemblages of 1st amend. 

person and property, to be secured in 4th amend. 

petitions for redress of grievances, may take 1st amend. 

powers reserved to 10th amend. 

representatives, to choose 1 2 

searches and seizures, secure from 4th amend. 

senators, to choose 17th amend. 

PETITION FOR REDRESS-right to, not to be abridged 1st amend. 

PIRACIES-congress may define and punish 1 8 

PORTS-preference not to be given to 1 9 

vessels clearing from, not to pay duties 1 9 

POST-OFFICES AND POST-ROADS-congress to establish 1 8 

POWERS-not delegated, reserved to people 10th amend. 

POWERS OF CONGRESS, See Congress 

POWERS OF GOVERNMENT-enumeration of, not to deny 

or disparage others retained 9th amend. 

laws to carry into execution, congress to make 1 8 

not delegated or prohibited to states, reserved 10th amend. 

POWERS OF STATE, see State 

PREFERENCE-of ports, prohibited 1 9 

PRESENTMENT OF INDICTMENT-when necessary 5th amend. 

PRESENTS-from foreign potentates, not to be accepted 1 9 

PRESIDENT-ambassadors and ministers, foreign, to receive 2 3 

ambassadors and ministers, may appoint 2 2 

bills approved of, by 1 7 

may veto 1 7 

commander-in-chief of army, navy, etc 2 2 

compensation of 2 1 

Congress, when may adjourn 2 3 

disability of, who to act as, in case of 2 1 

election of 12th amend. 

election of 2 1 

electors of, how appointed 2 1 

eligibility for office of 2 1 

executive power vested in 2 1 

impeachment of 2 4 

impeachment of, trial of 1 3 

inability of 25th amend. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 



47 



Art. 

laws, to see to faithful execution of 2 

messages of 2 

oath of office, to take 2 

officers, may appoint, with consent 2 

to commission 2 

opinions, may require 2 

orders, resolutions or votes, when presented to 1 

removal of, on conviction or impeachment 2 

removal of, death or resignation 25th amend. 

reprieves or pardons, may grant, except, etc 2 

sessions, of either or both houses, may convene extra 2 

term of office of 2 

term of office begins 20th amend. 

term of office, limitation of 22nd amend. 

treaties, may make, with consent 2 

vacancies, may fill 2 

PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT-choosing of, manner of .... 2 

choosing of, manner of 12th amend. 

electors of, meetings and proceedings of 12th amend. 

electors of, who disqualified for 2 

PRESIDENT OF SENATE-duty of. on return of votes of 

presidential electors 12th amend. 

pro tempore, when may choose 1 

vice-president to be 1 

PRESS-freedom of, not to be abridged 1st amend. 

PRIVATE PROPERTY-not to be taken without compensation 5th amend 

PRIVILEGES-citizens entitled to 4 

habeas corpus, to writ of, not to be suspended 1 

laws abridging, to citizens prohibited 14th amend. 

PRIZES-rules concerning, congress may make 1 

PROCEEDINGS-journal of, congress to keep, etc 1 

judicial, full faith to 4 

PROCESS OF LAW-persons not to be deprived of life, etc. 

without 5th amend. 

persons not to be deprived of life, etc., without 14th amend. 

PROHIBITION 18th amend. 

repeal 21st amend. 

PROPERTY-citizens, secure from seizure 4th amend. 

parties not to be deprived of, without, etc 5th amend. 

parties not to be deprived of, without, etc 14th amend. 

private, compensation for, when taken for public use 5th amend. 

United States, under control of congress 4 

PROSECUTIONS-criminal, right of accused in 6th amend. 

PROTECTION-against invasion and from domestic violence 4 

of life, liberty and property of persons 5th amend. 

of the laws, not to be denied to 14th amend. 

PUBLIC-acts, full faith to be given to 4 

debt, payment of, not to be questioned 14th amend. 

ministers, powers of president to appoint 2 

moneys, statements of, to be published 1 



Sec. 
3 
3 

1 

2 
2 
2 
7 
4 

2 
3 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
1 



3 

3 



2 
9 
1 
8 

5 

1 



1 

3 

4 

1 
1 
4 
2 
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trust, religious test not required for office of 

use, property not to be taken for, without compensation 

PUBLIC ATION-of journals of congress 

of receipts and expenditures 

PUNISHMENT-counterfeiting, punishment provided for 

cruel and unusual prohibited 

impeachments, parties convicted on, subject to 

members of congress, congress may punish 

treason, congress to declare punishment for 

QUALIFICATION FOR OFFICE-each house to be judge of 

electors of president and vice-president 

electors of representatives 

president 

religious test not to be required as 

representatives 

senators 

vice-president 

QUARTERING SOLDIERS-in time of peace and war 

QUORUM-majority of each house constitutes 

president, for choice of 

vice-president, to elect, by senate 

when not necessary 

RACE OR COLOR-right of citizens not to be denied on account of 
RATIFICATION-of amendments 

of constitution 

REBELLION-debts incurred in aid of, illegal and void 

debts incurred to suppress, not to be questioned 

participants in, disabled from holding office 

writs of habeas corpus, suspension of, during 

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES-of public money, 

to be published 

RECESS OF SENATE-vacancies in office during, how filled 

RECONSIDERATION-of bills returned by president 

RECORDS OF STATE-full faith and credit to be given to 

REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES -right to petition for, 

not to be abridged 

REGULATIONS -for election of senators and representatives 

RELIGION-establishment of, congress to make no laws as to 

RELIGIOUS TESTS-never to be required, as qualification for office 

REMOVAL FROM OFFICE-on impeachment, etc 

REPEAL-of prohibition amendment 

REPRESENTATION-apportionment of 

basis of, when to be reduced 

vacancies in, writs of election to fill 

REPRESENTATIVES-absence of 

apportionment of 

apportionment of 

arrest, privileged from 



Art. 


Sec 


6 


3 


5th amend. 




1 


5 


1 


9 


1 


8 


8th amend. 




1 


3 


1 


5 


3 


3 


1 


5 


2 


1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


6 


3 


1 


2 


1 


3 


12th amend. 




3d amend. 




1 


5 


12th amend. 




12th amend. 




1 


5 


15th amend. 


1 


5 


1 


7 


1 


14th amend. 


4 


14th amend. 


4 


14th amend. 


3 


1 


9 


1 


9 


2 


2 


1 


7 


4 


1 


1st amend. 




1 


4 


1st amend. 




6 


3 


2 


4 


21st amend. 




1 


2 


14th amend. 


2 


1 


2 


1 


5 


1 


2 


14th amend. 


2 


1 


6 



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Art. 

compensation of 1 

disorderly behavior, may be punished for 1 

election of 1 

election of, to fill vacancies 1 

electors of, qualifications of 1 

house of, branch of congress 1 

impeachment, to have sole power of 1 

ineligibility of, to office of elector 2 

to other office 1 

oath to take 6 

office of, disqualification of certain persons to 14th amend. 

United States officials ineligible to 1 

vacancies in 1 

powers of 1 

qualifications of 1 

not denied by reason of failure to pay poll tax or other tax .... 24th amend. 

speakers and officers, to choose 1 

speech or debate, not to be questioned for 1 

term of office of 1 

term of office begins 20th amend. 

See also House of Representatives and Congress 

REPRIEVES-president may grant, except 2 

REPRISAL-letters of, congress may grant 1 

letters of, states not to grant 1 

REPUBLICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT-guaranteed to states .. 4 

RESERVED POWER-of states and people 10th amend. 

RESERVED RIGHTS-enumeration of rights not to deny or 

disparage others retained 9th amend. 

power not delegated to United States nor prohibited to states .. 10th amend. 

RESIGNATIONS-president and vice-president, of 2 

senators, of 1 

REVENUE-bills, to originate in house 1 

regulation of, preference not to be given ports 1 

RIGHT OF PETITION-not to be abridged 1st amend. 

RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS-not to be infringed 2d amend. 

RIGHTS ENUMERATED-not delegated to United States or 

prohibited by states, reserved 10th amend. 

not to deny or disparage other, retained 9th amend. 

RIGHTS OF CITIZENS-Protection of 5th amend. 

protection of, by congress 15th amend. 

states not to abridge 14th amend. 

voting, not to be denied or abridged in 15th amend. 

citizens eighteen years of age or older 26th amend. 

RIGHTS OF PEOPLE-not disparaged by enumerating of rights .... 9th amend. 

ROADS-congress may establish 1 

RULES-captures on land and water, concerning 1 

common-law rules, re-examination of facts by 7th amend. 

land and naval forces, for government of 1 

RULES OF PROCEEDINGS-each house may determine 1 



Sec. 
6 

5 
4 
2 
2 
1 

2 
1 

6 
3 
3 
6 
2 
5 
2 
1 

2 
6 
2 



2 

8 

10 

4 



1 

3 
7 
9 



2 
1 

1 
1 

8 
8 

8 

5 



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SCIENCE AND ARTS -progress of, congress may promote 

SEARCHES AND SEIZURES-security of people against 

SEAT OF GO VERNMENT-exclusive jurisdiction over 

SECURITIES-counterfeiting, punishment for 

SEIZURES-protection from 

SENATE-adjournment of, for want of quorum 

adjournment of, restriction on power of 

appointments, advice and consent of, to 

convening of, by president 

equal suffrage in 

impeachment, to try 

journal of proceedings, to keep, etc 

members of, to judge of election, etc., of 

part of congress 

president of 

revenue bills, may propose amendments to 

rules of proceedings, may determine 

senators, two from each state to compose 

treaties, advice and consent of, to 

vacancies in, filling of 

vice-resident, may choose 

See also Congress. 
SENATORS-absence of 

arrest, privileged from, except 

classes, to be divided into, etc 

compensation of 

direct election of 

disorderly behavior, may be punished for 

election of, time, manner, etc. of 

ineligibility of, to office of elector 

ineligibility of, to other offices 

oath, to be bound by 

office of, disqualification of certain persons for 

United States officials, ineligible to 

vacancies in, how filled 

qualifications of 

not denied by reason of failure to pay poll tax or other tax . 

speech or debate not to be questioned for 

term of office of 

term of office begins 

SERVICE-fugitives from, delivery up of 

SERVITUDE-involuntary, except for crime, abolished 

prior condition of, rights of citizens not abridged on account of. 
SESSIONS OF CONGRESS-once a year 

SHIPS OF WAR-states not to keep 

SLAVERY-abolished 

SLAVES-claims for loss or emancipation of, void 

importation of 

representation, included in 



Art. 


Sec 


1 


8 


4th amend. 




1 


8 


1 


8 


4th amend. 




1 


5 


1 


5 


2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


5 


5 


1 


1 


3 


1 


5 


1 


1 


1 


3 


1 


7 


1 


5 


1 


3 


2 


2 


17th amend. 




12th amend. 




1 


5 


1 


6 


1 


3 


1 


6 


17th amend. 




1 


5 


1 


4 


2 


1 


1 


6 


6 


3 


14th amend. 


3 


1 


6 


17th amend. 




1 


3 


24th amend. 


1 


1 


6 


1 


3 


20th amend. 


1 


4 


2 


1 3th amend. 


1 


15th amend. 


1 


1 


4 


20th amend. 


2 


1 


10 


13th amend. 


1 


14th amend. 


4 


1 


9 


1 


2 



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51 



SOLDIERS-pensions and bounties to, debt for, not to be questioned. 

quartering of, without consent of house-owner 

SPEAKER-house to choose 

SPEECH-freedom of, congress not to abridge 

member of congress, not to be questioned for 

STANDARD OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES-congress to fix 

STATE OFFICERS-oath to be taken by 

STATEMENT-of receipts and expenditures, publication of 

STATES-acts and records of, proving of, etc 

admission of new 

agreements or compacts with states, not to make 

alliances, not to enter into 

bills of attainder, not to pass 

bills of credit, not to emit 

citizens of, privileges and immunities of, secured 

privileges and immunities of, not to abridge 

right of, to vote, to deny or abridge 

commerce among, congress to regulate 

constitution, amendments to, ratification of 

duties, not to lay 

elections for senators and representatives in 

electors may choose 

meeting of, in 

executive of, to issue writs of election 

exports, not to tax 

fugitives, to deliver up 

imposts, not to lay 

invasion, to be defended from 

laws, ex post facto, not to pass 

laws impairing obligations of contracts, not to pass 

laws of, subject to revision by congress 

legal tender, restriction on, as to making 

letters of marque or reprisal, not to grant 

militia, officers of, reserved power, as to 

right of, to maintain 

money, not to coin 

new states, may be admitted 

officers of, oath to be taken by 

official acts of, etc. full faith to be given to 

ports of, not to have preference 

president, choice of, by 

prohibitions to 

records of, authentication of 

representation from 

republican form of government 

rights reserved to 

senate, to have equal suffrage in 

senators from 

titles of nobility, not to grant 

treaties, not to enter into 



Art. 


Sec 


14th amend. 


4 


3d amend. 




1 


2 


1st amend. 




1 


6 


1 


8 


6 


3 


1 


9 


4 


1 


4 


3 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


10 


4 


2 


14th amend. 


1 


15th amend. 


1 


1 


8 


5 


1 


1 


10 


1 


4 


2 


1 


12th amend. 




1 


2 


1 


9 


4 


2 


1 


10 


4 


4 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


8 


2d amend. 




1 


10 


4 


3 


6 


3 


4 


1 


1 


9 


12th amend. 




1 


10 


4 


1 


1 


2 


4 


4 


10th amend. 




5 


1 


1 


3 


1 


10 


1 


10 



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troops, not to keep in times of peace 

war, not to engage in, unless 

war-ships, not to keep, in times of peace 

SUFFRAGE 

SUITS-judicial power over 

SUPREME COURT-appellate power of 

chief justice to preside, on impeachment of president 

judges of, appointment of 

judicial power vested in 

SUPREME LAW-constitution, laws and treaties to be 

judges in states, bound by 

TAXES-apportionment of, among states 

capitation or direct, to be in proportion to census 

congress, power of, to levy and collect 

exports, states prohibited from levying 

income, power to lay and collect 

uniform, taxes to be 

TENDER IN PAYMENT-restrictions on power of states as to 

TERM OF OFFICE-of president 

representatives 

senators 

United States judges 

terms begin-president, representatives, senators 

TERRITORY-disposal of, by congress 

legislation over, exclusive 

rules to regulate, congress to make 

TEST-religious, as qualification for office, not required , 

TESTIMONY-of witnesses in treason 

TITLES OF NOBILITY-granting of, by states, prohibited 

granting of, prohibited 

TONNAGE-duty on, restrictions on states as to 

TREASON-arrest for, privilege from, not to extend to certain cases 

attainder of, not to work corruption of blood 

attainder of, not to work forfeiture, except, etc 

conviction of, testimony necessary for 

definition of 

persons charged with, to be delivered up 

punishment for, congress to declare 

removal from office, on conviction of 

TREASURY-imposts and duties laid by states to be for use of ... 

money, how drawn from 

TREATIES-judicial power over 

president may make, with concurrence of senate 

state prohibited from making 

supreme law to be 

TRIAL BY JURY-of crimes, except impeachment 

speedy and public, accused to enjoy 

suits at common law, right of, in preserved 

TRIAL OF IMPEACHMENTS-by senate 



Art. 


Sec 


1 


10 


1 


10 


1 


10 


19th amend. 




11th amend. 




3 


2 


1 


3 


2 


2 


3 


1 


6 


2 


6 


2 


1 


2 


1 


9 


1 


8 


1 


9 


16th amend. 




1 


8 


1 


10 


2 


1 


1 


2 


1 


3 


3 


1 


20th amend. 


1 


4 


3 


1 


8 


4 


3 


6 


3 


3 


3 


1 


10 


1 


9 


1 


10 


1 


6 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


4 


2 


3 


3 


2 


4 


1 


10 


1 


9 


3 


2 


2 


2 


1 


10 


6 


2 


3 


2 


6th amend. 




7th amend. 




1 


3 



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53 



chief justice, when to preside at 

judgment after conviction on, extent of, etc 

TRIBUNALS-inferior to supreme court, may be established .... 

TROOPS-states not to keep in times of peace 

TWO-THIRDS-constitution, amendments to, necessary for .... 

disability to office, to remove 

impeachment, necessary to conviction 

members of congress, necessary to expel 

president, of states, required for choice of, by house 

president's veto, necessary to pass bill over 

treaties, concurrence of, required, to make 

vice-president, of senators, required for election of 

UNION-new states may be admitted into 

perfect, purpose of constitution to establish 

state of, to be given by president to congress 

UNITED STATES-citizens of, who are 

courts, power of congress to institute 

laws, treaties, etc., of, supreme 

powers not delegated to 

suits, when party to 

treason against 

UNREASONABLE SEARCHES AND SEIZURES-prohibited 
UNUSUAL PUNISHMENTS-not to be inflicted 

VACANCIES-during recess of senate, how filled 

in representation, how filled 

in senate, how filled 

VALIDITY OF PUBLIC DEBT-not to be questioned 

VESSELS-from port of one state, not to pay duties in another 
VETO-of bills by president, and proceedings of congress on .. 
VICE-PRESIDENT-absence of 

appointment of, in certain cases by congress 

choosing of, by electors 

by senate 

electors of, manner of appointing, etc 

eligibility to office of 

president, death or resignation, becomes 

president, when to act as 

nomination of by president, confirmed by congress 

president of senate 

president's duties, when to devolve on 

removal of, from office, on impeachment 

term of office of 

term of office begins 

vote, when to have 

VOTE-amendments to constitution, necessary to propose 

bills vetoed, passage of, by a two-thirds 

concurrence of two houses, to be presented to president .... 

impeachment, required for conviction on 



Art. 


Sec 


1 


3 


1 


3 


1 


8 


1 


10 


5 


1 


14th amend. 


3 


1 


3 


1 


5 


12th amend. 




1 


7 


2 


2 


1 2th amend. 




4 


3 


Preamble 




2 


3 


14th amend. 


2 


1 


8 


6 


2 


10th amend. 




3 


2 


3 


3 


4th amend. 




8th amend. 




2 


2 


1 


2 


17th amend. 




14th amend. 


4 


1 


9 


1 


7 


1 


3 


2 


1 


12th amend. 




12th amend. 




2 


1 


12th amend. 




25th amend. 




12th amend. 




25th amend. 




1 


3 


2 


1 


2 


4 


2 


1 


20th amend. 


1 


1 


3 


5 


1 


1 


7 


1 


7 


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members of congress, to expel 

president and vice-president, vote for, how taken 

right to, effect of denying, on apportionment 

right to, not to be abridged by reason of race, etc 

right to, not to be denied by reason of sex 

right to, not to be abridged or denied on account of age .... 

senators, each, entitled to one 

treaties, necessary to make 

vice-president not to have, except on equal division 

yeas and nays, when taken by 

WAR-congress may declare 

levying, when treason 

quartering soldiers in time of, congress to regulate 

states not to engage in, without consent 

WARRANTS-issue of, only on probable cause 

oath or affirmation, to be on 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES-standard of, congress to fix .. 
WITNESSES-accused to be confronted by 

accused to have compulsory process for 

persons, not to be compelled to testify against themselves 

testimony of, necessary to convict of treason 

WRITINGS-rights of authors to, congress to secure 

WRITS-election, to fill vacancies in representation 

YEAS AND NAYS-when entered on journal 

when must be taken 



Art. 


Sec 


1 


5 


12th amend. 




14th amend. 


2 


15th amend. 


1 


19th amend. 




26th amend. 


1 


1 


3 


2 


2 


1 


3 


1 


5 


1 


8 


3 


3 


3d amend. 




1 


10 


4th amend. 




4th amend. 




1 


8 


6th amend. 




6th amend. 




5th amend. 




3 


3 


1 


8 


1 


2 


1 


5 


1 


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55 



ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 31, 1783 EFFECTIVE JUNE 2, 1784 
AS SUBSEQUENTLY AMENDED AND IN FORCE 

JANUARY 2005 



PART FIRST- 
BILL OF RIGHTS 
Article 

1. Equality of men; origin and 
object of government. 

2. Natural rights. 

2-a. The bearing of arms. 

3. Society, its organization and 
purposes. 

4. Rights of conscience 
unalienable. 

5. Religious freedom recognized. 

6. Morality and piety. 

7. State sovereignty. 

8. Accountability of magistrates 
and officers; public's right to 
know. 

9. No hereditary office or place. 

10. Right of revolution. 

1 1 . Elections and elective 
franchises. 

1 2. Protection and taxation 
reciprocal. 

13. Conscientious objectors not 
compelled to bear arms. 

14. Legal remedies to be free, 
complete, and prompt. 

15. Right of accused. 

16. Former jeopardy; jury trial in 
capital cases. 

17. Venue of criminal prosecution. 

18. Penalties to be proportioned to 
offenses; true design of 
punishment. 

19. Searches and seizures 
regulated. 

20. Jury trial in civil causes. 

21. Jurors; compensation. 

22. Free speech; liberty of the 
press. 

23. Retrospective laws prohibited. 

24. Militia. 

25. Standing armies. 

26. Military, subject to civil power. 



27. Quartering of soldiers. 

28. Taxes, by whom levied. 
28-a. Mandated programs. 

29. Suspension of laws by 
legislature only. 

30. Freedom of speech. 

3 1 . Meetings of legislature, for 
what purposes. 

32. Rights of assembly, instruction, 
and petition. 

33. Excessive bail, fines, and 
punishments prohibited. 

34. Martial law limited. 

35. The judiciary; tenure of 
office, etc. 

36. Pensions. 

36-a. Use of retirement funds. 

37. Separation of powers. 

38. Social virtues inculcated. 

39. Changes in town and city 
charters; referendum required. 



PART SECOND- 
FORM OF GOVERNMENT 

1 . Name of body politic. 

2. Legislature, how constituted. 

3. General court, when to meet 
and dissolve. 

4. Power of general court to 
establish courts. 

5. Power to make laws, elect 
officers, define their powers 
and duties, impose fines, and 
assess taxes; prohibited from 
authorizing towns to aid 
certain corporations. 

5-a. Continuity of government in 
case of enemy attack. 

5-b. Power to provide for tax 
valuations based on use. 

6. Valuation and taxation. 
6-a. Use of certain revenues 

restricted to highways. 



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6-b. Money received from lotteries 
to be used for educational 
purposes only. 

7. Members of legislature not to 
take fees or act as counsel. 

8. Open sessions of legislature. 



25. 
26. 

26-a. 

27. 
28. 





HOUSE OF 


29. 




REPRESENTATIVES 


30. 


9. 


Representatives elected every 
second year; apportionment of 


31. 




representatives. 


32. 


9-a. 


Legislative adjustments of 
census with reference to 






non-residents. 


33. 


10. 


[Repealed, 1889.) 




11. 


Small towns, representation by 






districts. 


34. 


11 -a 


, Division of town, ward, or 
place; representative districts. 


35. 


12. 


Biennial election of 


36. 




representatives in November. 


37. 


13. 


[Repealed, 1976.] 




14. 


Representatives, how elected, 
qualifications of. 


38. 


15. 


Compensation of the 
legislature. 


39. 


16. 


Vacancies in house, how filled. 


40. 


17. 


House to impeach before the 
senate. 




18. 


Money bills to originate in 
house. 




18-a 


. Budget bills. 




19. 


Adjournment. 




20. 


Quorum, what constitutes. 


41. 


21. 


Privileges of members of the 






legislature. 


42. 


22. 


House to elect speaker and 
officers, settle rules of 
proceedings, and punish 
misconduct. 




23. 


Senate and executive have like 
powers; imprisonment limited. 


43. 


24. 


Journals and laws to be 
published; yeas and nays, and 
protests. 





SENATE 

Senate; how constituted. 

Senatorial districts, how 

constituted. 

Division of town, ward, or 

place; senatorial districts. 

Election of senators. 

[Repealed, 1976.] 

Qualifications of senators. 

Inhabitant defined. 

Inhabitants of unincorporated 

places; their rights, etc. 

Biennial meetings, how 

warned, governed, and 

conducted; return of votes, etc. 

Secretary of state to count 

votes for senators and notify 

persons elected. 

Vacancies in senate, how filled. 

Senate, judges of their own 

elections. 

Adjournment. 

Senate to elect their own 

officers; quorum. 

Senate to try impeachments; 

mode of proceeding. 

Judgment on impeachment 

limited. 

Chief justice to preside on 

impeachment of governor. 



EXECUTIVE POWER- 
GOVERNOR 

Governor, supreme executive 
magistrate. 

Election of governor, return of 
votes; electors; if no choice, 
legislature to elect one of two 
highest candidates; 
qualifications for governor. 
In cases of disagreement, 
governor to adjourn or 
prorogue legislature; if causes 
exist, may convene them 
elsewhere. 



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44. 
45. 

46. 

47. 

48. 
49. 



49-a. 



50. 



51. 

52. 
53. 
54. 
55. 
56. 
57. 
58. 

59. 



60. 

61. 

62. 

63. 
64. 

65. 



Veto to bills. 

Resolves to be treated like 

bills. 

Nomination and appointment 

of officers. 

Governor and council have 

negative on each other. 

[Repealed, 1976.] 

President of senate, etc. to act 

as governor when office 

vacant; speaker of house to act 

when office of president of 

senate also vacant. 

Prolonged failure to qualify; 

vacancy in office of governor 

due to physical or mental 

incapacity, etc. 

Governor to prorogue or 

adjourn legislature, and call 

extra sessions. 

Powers and duties of governor 

as commander-in-chief. 

Pardoning power. 

[Repealed, 1976.] 

[Repealed, 1976.] 

[Repealed, 1976.] 

Disbursements from treasury. 

[Repealed, 1950.] 

Compensation of governor and 

council. 

Salaries of judges. 



COUNCIL 

Councilors; mode of election, 

etc. 

Vacancies, how filled, if no 

choice. 

Subsequent vacancies; 

governor to convene; duties. 

Impeachment of councilors. 

Secretary to record 

proceedings of council. 

Councilor districts provided 

for. 



66. Elections by legislature may 
be adjourned from day to day; 
order thereof. 



SECRETARY, TREASURER, 
ETC. 

67. Election of secretary and 
treasurer. 

68. State records, where kept; 
duty of secretary. 

69. Deputy secretary. 

70. Secretary to give bond. 



COUNTY TREASURER, ETC. 

71. County treasurers, registers 
of probate, county attorneys, 
sheriffs, and registers of deeds 
elected. 

72. Counties may be divided 
into districts for registering 
deeds. 



72-a. 
73. 



73-a. 

74. 

75. 

76. 
77. 
78. 
79. 



JUDICIARY POWER 

Supreme and superior courts. 

Tenure of office to be 

expressed in commissions; 

judges to hold office during 

good behavior, etc.; removal. 

Supreme court, 

administration 

Judges to give opinions, when. 

Justices of peace 

commissioned for five years. 

Divorce and probate appeals, 

where tried. 

Jurisdiction of justices in civil 

causes. 

Judges and sheriffs, when 

disqualified by age. 

Judges and justices not to act 

as counsel. 



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80. Jurisdiction and term of 
probate courts. 

8 1 . Judges and registers of probate 
not to act as counsel. 



CLERKS OF COURTS 

82. Clerks of courts, by whom 
appointed. 



ENCOURAGEMENT OF 
LITERATURE, TRADE, ETC. 

83. Encouragement of literature, 
etc.; control of corporations, 
monopolies, etc. 



92. Enacting style of statutes. 

93. Governor and judges 
prohibited from holding other 
offices. 

94. Incompatibility of offices; only 
two offices of profit to be 
holden at same time. 

95. Incompatibility of certain 
offices. 

96. Bribery and corruption 
disqualify for office. 

97. [Repealed, 1950.] 

98. Constitution, when to take 
effect. 

99. (Repealed, 1980.] 

100. Alternate methods of 
Proposing amendments. 

101. Enrollment of constitution. 



OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS 

EXCLUSION FROM OFFICES, 

ETC. 

84. Oath of civil officers. 

85. Before whom taken. 

86. Form of commissions. 

87. Form of writs. 

88. Form of indictments, etc. 

89. Suicides and deodands. 

90. Existing laws continued if not 
repugnant. 

91. Habeas corpus. 



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CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
PART FIRST 

BILL OF RIGHTS 

Article 1. [Equality of Men; Origin and Object of Government.]. All men are born 
equally free and independent: therefore, all government of right originates from the people, 
is founded in consent, and instituted for the general good. 
June 2, 1784* 

[Art.] 2. [Natural Rights.] All men have certain natural, essential, and inherent rights - 
among which are, the enjoying and defending life and liberty; acquiring, possessing, and pro- 
tecting, property: and, in a word, of seeking and obtaining happiness. Equality of rights 
under the law shall not be denied or abridged by this state on account of race, creed, color. 
sex or national origin. 
June 2. 1784 
Amended 1974 adding sentence to prohibit discrimination. 

[Art.] 2-a. [The Bearing of Arms.]. All persons have the right to keep and bear arms in 
defense of themselves, their families, their property and the state. 
December 1, 1982 

[Art.] 3. [Society, its Organization and Purposes.] When men enter into a state of soci- 
ety, they surrender up some of their natural rights to that society, in order to ensure the pro- 
tection of others; and, without such an equivalent, the surrender is void. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 4. [Rights of Conscience Unalienable.] Among the natural rights, some are, in 
their very nature unalienable, because no equivalent can be given or received for them. Of 
this kind are the Rights of Conscience. 
June 2. 1784 

[Art.] 5. [Religious Freedom Recognized.] Every individual has a natural and unalien- 
able right to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience, and reason; and 
no subject shall be hurt, molested, or restrained, in his person, liberty, or estate, for worship- 
ping God in the manner and season most agreeable to the dictates of his own conscience; or 
for his religious profession, sentiments, or persuasion; provided he doth not disturb the pub- 
lic peace or disturb others in their religious worship. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 6. [Morality and Piety.] As morality and piety, rightly grounded on high princi- 
ples, will give the best and greatest security to government, and will lay, in the hearts of men. 
the strongest obligations to due subjection; and as the knowledge of these is most likely to be 
propagated through a society, therefore, the several parishes, bodies corporate, or religious 
societies shall at all times have the right of electing their own teachers, and of contracting 
with them for their support or maintenance, or both. But no person shall ever be compelled 
to pay towards the support of the schools of any sect or denomination. And every person, 
denomination or sect shall be equally under the protection of the law; and no subordination 
of any one sect, denomination or persuasion to another shall ever be established. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1968 to remove obsolete sectarian references. 

*The date on which each article was proclaimed as having been adopted is given after each 
article. This is followed by the year in which amendments were adopted and the subject 
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[Art.] 7. [State Sovereignty.] The people of this state have the sole and exclusive right 
of governing themselves as a free, sovereign, and independent state; and do, and forever 
hereafter shall, exercise and enjoy every power, jurisdiction, and right, pertaining thereto, 
which is not, or may not hereafter be, by them expressly delegated to the United States of 
America in congress assembled. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 8. [Accountability of Magistrates and Officers; Public's Right to Know.] All power 
residing originally in, and being derived from, the people, all the magistrates and officers of gov- 
ernment are their substitutes and agents, and at all times accountable to them. Government, there- 
fore, should be open, accessible, accountable and responsive. To that end, the public's right of 
access to governmental proceedings and records shall not be unreasonably restricted. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1976 by providing right of access to governmental proceedings and records. 

[Art.] 9. [No Hereditary Office or Place.] No office or place, whatsoever, in govern- 
ment, shall be hereditary - the abilities and integrity requisite in all, not being transmissible 
to posterity or relations. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 10. [Right of Revolution.] Government being instituted for the common benefit, 
protection, and security, of the whole community, and not for the private interest or emolu- 
ment of any one man, family, or class of men; therefore, whenever the ends of government 
are perverted, and public liberty manifestly endangered, and all other means of redress are 
ineffectual, the people may, and of right ought to reform the old, or establish a new govern- 
ment. The doctrine of nonresistance against arbitrary power, and oppression, is absurd, slav- 
ish, and destructive of the good and happiness of mankind. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 11. [Elections and Elective Franchises.] All elections are to be free, and every 
inhabitant of the state of 1 8 years of age and upwards shall have an equal right to vote in any 
election. Every person shall be considered an inhabitant for the purposes of voting in the 
town, ward, or unincorporated place where he has his domicile. No person shall have the 
right to vote under the constitution of this state who has been convicted of treason, bribery or 
any willful violation of the election laws of this state or of the United States; but the supreme 
court may, on notice to the attorney general, restore the privilege to vote to any person who 
may have forfeited it by conviction of such offenses. The general court shall provide by law 
for voting by qualified voters who at the time of the biennial or state elections, or of the pri- 
mary elections therefor, or of city elections, or of town elections by official ballot, are absent 
from the city or town of which they are inhabitants, or who by reason of physical disability 
are unable to vote in person, in the choice of any officer or officers to be elected or upon any 
question submitted at such election. Voting registration and polling places shall be easily 
accessible to all persons including disabled and elderly persons who are otherwise qualified 
to vote in the choice of any officer or officers to be elected or upon any question submitted at 
such election. The right to vote shall not be denied to any person because of the non-payment 
of any tax. Every inhabitant of the state, having the proper qualifications, has equal right to 
be elected into office. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1903 to provide that in order to vote or be eligible for office a person must be able 

to read the English language and to write. 
Amended 1912 to prohibit those convicted of treason, bribery or willfull violation of the 

election laws from voting or holding elective office. 
Amended 1942 to provide for absentee voting in general elections. Amended 1956 to provide 
for absentee voting in primary elections. 



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Amended 1968 to provide right to vote not denied because of nonpayment of taxes. Also 

amended in 1968 to delete an obsolete phrase. 
Amended 1976 to reduce voting age to 18. 
Amended 1984 to provide accessiblity to all registration and polling places. 

[Art.] 12. [Protection and Taxation Reciprocal.] Every member of the community has 
a right to be protected by it, in the enjoyment of his life, liberty, and property; he is therefore 
bound to contribute his share in the expense of such protection, and to yield his personal ser- 
vice when necessary. But no part of a man's property shall be taken from him, or applied to 
public uses, without his own consent, or that of the representative body of the people. Nor 
are the inhabitants of this state controllable by any other laws than those to which they, or 
their representative body, have given their consent. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1964 by striking out reference to buying one's way out of military service. 

[Art.] 13. [Conscientious Objectors not Compelled to Bear Arms.] No person, who is 
conscientiously scrupulous about the lawfulness of bearing arms, shall be compelled thereto. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1964 by striking out reference to buying one's way out of military service. 

[Art.] 14. [Legal Remedies to be Free, Complete, and Prompt.] Every subject of this 
state is entitled to a certain remedy, by having recourse to the laws, for all injuries he may 
receive in his person, property, or character; to obtain right and justice freely, without being 
obliged to purchase it; completely, and without any denial; promptly, and without delay; con- 
formably to the laws. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 15. [Right of Accused.] No subject shall be held to answer for any crime, or 
offense, until the same is fully and plainly, substantially and formally, described to him; or be 
compelled to accuse or furnish evidence against himself. Every subject shall have a right to 
produce all proofs that may be favorable to himself; to meet the witnesses against him face 
to face, and to be fully heard in his defense, by himself, and counsel. No subject shall be 
arrested, imprisoned, despoiled, or deprived of his property, immunities, or privileges, put 
out of the protection of the law, exiled or deprived of his life, liberty, or estate, but by the 
judgment of his peers, or the law of the land: provided that, in any proceeding to commit a 
person acquitted of a criminal charge by reason of insanity, due process shall require that 
clear and convincing evidence that the person is potentially dangerous to himself or to others 
and that the person suffers from a mental disorder must be established. Every person held to 
answer in any crime or offense punishable by deprivation of liberty shall have the right to 
counsel at the expense of the state if need is shown; this right he is at liberty to waive, but 
only after the matter has been thoroughly explained by the court. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1966 to provide the right to counsel at state expense if the need is shown. 
Amended 1984 reducing legal requirement proof beyond a reasonable doubt to clear and 
convincing evidence in insanity hearings. 

[Art.] 16. [Former Jeopardy; Jury Trial in Capital Cases.] No subject shall be liable 
to be tried, after an acquittal, for the same crime or offense. Nor shall the legislature make 
any law that shall subject any person to a capital punishment, (excepting for the government 
of the army and navy, and the militia in actual service) without trial by jury. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 17. [Venue of Criminal Prosecutions.] In criminal prosecutions, the trial of facts, 
in the vicinity where they happened, is so essential to the security of the life, liberty and 
estate of the citizen, that no crime or offense ought to be tried in any other county or judicial 
district than that in which it is committed; except in any case in any particular county or judi- 



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cial district, upon motion by the defendant, and after a finding by the court that a fair and 

impartial trial cannot be had where the offense may be committed, the court shall direct the 

trial to a county or judicial district in which a fair and impartial trial can be obtained. 

June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 to change "assembly" to: legislature. 

Amended 1978 so that court at defendant's request may change trial to another county or 

judicial district. 

[Art.] 18. [Penalties to be Proportioned to Offenses; True Design of Punishment.] All 
penalities ought to be proportioned to the nature of the offense. No wise legislature will affix 
the same punishment to the crimes of theft, forgery, and the like, which they do to those of 
murder and treason. Where the same undistinguishing severity is exerted against all offens- 
es, the people are led to forget the real distinction in the crimes themselves, and to commit 
the most flagrant with as little compunction as they do the lightest offenses. For the same 
reason a multitude of sanguinary laws is both impolitic and unjust. The true design of all 
punishments being to reform, not to exterminate mankind. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 deleting "those of after do in 3d sentence and changing "dye" to: offenses. 

[Art.] 19. [Searches and Seizures Regulated.] Every subject hath a right to be secure from all 
unreasonable searches and seizures of his person, his houses, his papers, and all his possessions. 
Therefore, all warrants to search suspected places, or arrest a person for examination or trial in 
prosecutions for criminal matters, are contrary to this right, if the cause or foundation of them be 
not previously supported by oath or affirmation; and if the order, in a warrant to a civil officer, to 
make search in suspected places, or to arrest one or more suspected persons or to seize their prop- 
erty, be not accompanied with a special designation of the persons or objects of search, arrest, or 
seizure; and no warrant ought to be issued; but in cases and with the formalities, prescribed by law. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 to change order of words. 

[Art.] 20. [Jury Trial in Civil Causes.] In all controversies concerning property, and in 
all suits between two or more persons except those in which another practice is and has been 
customary and except those in which the value in controversy does not exceed $1,500 and no 
title to real estate is involved, the parties have a right to a trial by jury. This method of pro- 
cedure shall be held sacred, unless, in cases* arising on the high seas and in cases relating to 
mariners' wages, the legislature shall think it necessary hereafter to alter it. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended in 1877 to prohibit jury trials unless the amount in controversy exceeds $100. 
Amended in 1960 to increase the amount to $500 before a jury trial may be requested. 
*"Cases" appears in 1792 parchment copy of constitution. Original constitution had "causes." 
Amended in 1988 to change $500 to $1,500 

[Art.] 21. [Jurors; Compensation.] In order to reap the fullest advantage of the ines- 
timable privilege of the trial by jury, great care ought to be taken, that none but qualified per- 
sons should be appointed to serve; and such ought to be fully compensated for their travel, 
time and attendance. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 22. [Free Speech; Liberty of the Press.] Free speech and liberty of the press are 
essential to the security of freedom in a state: They ought, therefore, to be inviolably preserved. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1968 to include free speech. 

[Art.] 23. [Retrospective Laws Prohibited.] Retrospective laws are highly injurious, 
oppressive, and unjust. No such laws, therefore, should be made, either for the decision of 
civil causes, or the punishment of offenses. 
June 2, 1784 



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[Art.] 24. [Militia.] A well regulated militia is the proper, natural, and sure defense, of a 
state. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 25. [Standing Armies.] Standing armies are dangerous to liberty, and ought not to 
be raised, or kept up, without the consent of the legislature. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 26. [Military Subject to Civil Power.] In all cases, and at all times, the military 
ought to be under strict subordination to, and governed by, the civil power. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 27. [Quartering of Soldiers.] No soldier in time of peace, shall be quartered in any 
house, without the consent of the owner; and in time of war, such quarters ought not to be 
made but by the civil authorities in a manner ordained by the legislature. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended in 1980 substituting "authorities" for "magistrate." 

[Art.] 28. [Taxes, by Whom Levied.] No subsidy, charge, tax, impost, or duty, shall be 
established, fixed, laid, or levied, under any pretext whatsoever, without the consent of the 
people, or their representatives in the legislature, or authority derived from that body. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 28-a. [Mandated Programs.] The state shall not mandate or assign any new, 
expanded or modified programs or responsibilities to any political subdivision in such a way 
as to necessitate additional local expenditures by the political subdivision unless such pro- 
grams or responsibilities are fully funded by the state or unless such programs or responsi- 
bilities are approved for funding by a vote of the local legislative body of the political 
subdivision. 
November 28, 1984 

[Art.] 29. [Suspension of Laws by Legislature Only.] The power of suspending the 
laws, or the execution of them, ought never to be exercised but by the legislature, or by 
authority derived therefrom, to be exercised in such particular cases only as the legislature 
shall expressly provide for. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 30. [Freedom of Speech.] The freedom of deliberation, speech, and debate, in 
either house of the legislature, is so essential to the rights of the people, that it cannot be the 
foundation of any action, complaint, or prosecution, in any other court or place whatsoever. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 31. [Meetings of Legislature, for What Purposes.] The legislature shall assem- 
ble for the redress of public grievances and for making such laws as the public good may 
require. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 generally rewording sentence and omitting "for correcting, strengthening 
and confirming the laws." 

[Art.] 32. [Rights of Assembly, Instruction, and Petition.] The people have a right, in 
an orderly and peaceable manner, to assemble and consult upon the common good, give 
instructions to their representatives, and to request of the legislative body, by way of petition 
or remonstrance, redress of the wrongs done them, and of the grievances they suffer. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 33. [Excessive Bail, Fines, and Punishments Prohibited.] No magistrate, or 
court of law, shall demand excessive bail or sureties, impose excessive fines, or inflict cruel 
or unusual punishments. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 34. [Martial Law Limited.] No person can, in any case, be subjected to law mar- 
tial, or to any pains or penalties by virtue of that law, except those employed in the army or 



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navy, and except the militia in actual service, but by authority of the legislature. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 35. [The Judiciary; Tenure of Office, etc.] It is essential to the preservation of the 
rights of every individual, his life, liberty, property, and character, that there be an impartial 
interpretation of the laws, and administration of justice. It is the right of every citizen to be 
tried by judges as impartial as the lot of humanity will admit. It is therefore not only the best 
policy, but for the security of the rights of the people, that the judges of the supreme judicial 
court should hold their offices so long as they behave well; subject, however, to such limita- 
tions, on account of age, as may be provided by the constitution of the state; and that they 
should have honorable salaries, ascertained and established by standing laws. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 to provide for age limitation as provided by the constitution. 

[Art.] 36. [Pensions.] Economy being a most essential virtue in all states, especially in a 
young one, no pension shall be granted, but in consideration of actual services; and such pen- 
sions ought to be granted with great caution, by the legislature, and never for more than one 
year at a time. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 36-a [Use of Retirement Funds.] The employer contributions certified as payable 
to the New Hampshire retirement system or any successor system to fund the system's lia- 
bilities, as shall be determined by sound actuarial valuation and practice, independent of the 
executive office, shall be appropriated each fiscal year to the same extent as is certified. All 
of the assets and proceeds, and income therefrom, of the New Hampshire retirement system 
and of any and all other retirement systems for public officers and employees operated by the 
state or by any of its political subdivisions, and of any successor system, and all contributions 
and payments made to any such system to provide for retirement and related benefits shall be 
held, invested or disbursed as in trust for the exclusive purpose of providing for such bene- 
fits and shall not be encumbered for, or diverted to, any other purposes. 
November 28, 1984 

[Art.] 37. [Separation of Powers.] In the government of this state, the three essential 
powers thereof, to wit, the legislative, executive, and judicial, ought to be kept as separate 
from, and independent of, each other, as the nature of a free government will admit, or as is 
consistent with that chain of connection that binds the whole fabric of the constitution in one 
indissoluble bond of union and amity. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 38. [Social Virtues Inculcated.] A frequent recurrence to the fundamental princi- 
ples of the constitution, and a constant adherence to justice, moderation, temperance, indus- 
try, frugality, and all the social virtues, are indispensably necessary to preserve the blessings 
of liberty and good government; the people ought, therefore, to have a particular regard to all 
those principles in the choice of their officers and representatives, and they have a right to 
require of their lawgivers and magistrates, an exact and constant observance of them, in the 
formation and execution of the laws necessary for the good administration of government. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 39. [Changes in Town and City Charters, Referendum Required.] No law 
changing the charter or form of government of a particular city or town shall be enacted by 
the legislature except to become effective upon the approval of the voters of such city or 
town upon a referendum to be provided for in said law. 

The legislature may by general law authorize cities and towns to adopt or amend their 
charters or forms of government in any way which is not in conflict with general law, pro- 
vided that such charters or amendments shall become effective only upon the approval of the 
voters of each such city or town on a referendum. 
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PART SECOND 

FORM OF GOVERNMENT 

Article 1. [Name of Body Politic] The people inhabiting the territory formerly called the 
province of New Hampshire, do hereby solemnly and mutually agree with each other, to 
form themselves into a free, sovereign and independent body-politic, or state, by the name of 
THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
June 2, 1784 

GENERAL COURT 

[Art.] 2. [Legislature, How Constituted.] The supreme legislative power, within this 
state, shall be vested in the senate and house of representatives, each of which shall have a 
negative on the other. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 3. [General Court, When to Meet and Dissolve.] The senate and house shall 
assemble biennially on the first Wednesday of December for organizational purposes in even 
numbered years, and shall assemble annually on the first Wednesday following the first 
Tuesday in January, and at such other times as they may judge necessary; and shall dissolve 
and be dissolved at 12:01 A.M. on the first Wednesday of December in even numbered years 
and shall be styled THE GENERAL COURT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1877 changing annual sessions to biennial sessions. 
Amended 1889 calling for the legislature to meet in January instead of June. 
1966 amendment permitting annual sessions was ruled invalid in Gerber v. King, 107 NH 495. 
Amended 1974 to permit organizational meetings in December and the January meeting to 

be on the first Wednesday after the first Tuesday. 
Amended 1984 changing biennial sessions to annual sessions. 

[Art.] 4. [Power of General Court to Establish Courts.] The general court (except as 
otherwise provided by Article 72-a of Part 2) shall forever have full power and authority to 
erect and constitute judicatories and courts of record, or other courts, to be holden, in the 
name of the state, for the hearing, trying, and determining, all manner of crimes, offenses, 
pleas, processes, plaints, action, causes, matters and things whatsoever arising or happening 
within this state, or between or concerning persons inhabiting or residing, or brought, within 
the same, whether the same be criminal or civil, or whether the crimes be capital, or not cap- 
ital, and whether the said pleas be real, personal or mixed, and for the awarding and issuing 
execution thereon. To which courts and judicatories, are hereby given and granted, full 
power and authority, from time to time, to administer oaths or affirmations, for the better dis- 
covery of truth in any matter in controversy, or depending before them. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1966 to add exception relating to Art. 72-a, Part 2. 

[Art.] 5. [Power to Make Laws, Elect Officers, Define Their Powers and Duties, 
Impose Fines and Assess Taxes; Prohibited from Authorizing Towns to Aid Certain 
Corporations.] And farther, full power and authority are hereby given and granted to the 
said general court, from time to time, to make, ordain, and establish, all manner of whole- 
some and reasonable orders, laws, statutes, ordinances, directions, and instructions, either 
with penalties, or without, so as the same be not repugnant or contrary to this constitution, as 
they may judge for the benefit and welfare of this state, and for the governing and ordering 



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thereof, and of the subjects of the same, for the necessary support and defense of the gov- 
ernment thereof, and to name and settle biennially, or provide by fixed laws for the naming 
and settling, all civil officers within this state, such officers excepted, the election and 
appointment of whom are hereafter in this form of government otherwise provided for; and 
to set forth the several duties, powers, and limits, of the several civil and military officers of 
this state, and the forms of such oaths or affirmations as shall be respectively administered 
unto them, for the execution of their several offices and places, so as the same be not repug- 
nant or contrary to this constitution; and also to impose fines, mulcts, imprisonments, and 
other punishments, and to impose and levy proportional and reasonable assessments, rates, 
and taxes, upon all the inhabitants of, and residents within, the said state; and upon all estates 
within the same; to be issued and disposed of by warrant, under the hand of the governor of 
this state for the time being, with the advice and consent of the council, for the public service, 
in the necessary defense and support of the government of this state, and the protection and 
preservation of the subjects thereof, according to such acts as are, or shall be, in force with- 
in the same; provided that the general court shall not authorize any town to loan or give its 
money or credit directly or indirectly for the benefit of any corporation having for its object 
a dividend of profits or in any way aid the same by taking its stocks or bonds. For the pur- 
pose of encouraging conservation of the forest resources of the state, the general court may 
provide for special assessments, rates and taxes on growing wood and timber. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 changing "president" to "governor." 
Amended 1877 changing "annually" to "biennially." Also amended to prohibit towns and 

cities from loaning money or credit to corporations. 
Amended 1942 to permit a timber tax. 

[Art.] 5-a. [Continuity of Government in Case of Enemy Attack.] Notwithstanding 
any general or special provision of this constitution, the general court, in order to insure con- 
tinuity of state and local government operations in periods of emergency resulting from dis- 
asters caused by enemy attack, shall have the power and the immediate duty to provide for 
prompt and temporary succession to the powers and duties of public offices, of whatever 
nature and whether filled by election or appointment, the incumbents of which may become 
unavailable for carrying on the powers and duties of such offices, and to adopt such other 
measures as may be necessary and proper for insuring the continuity of governmental oper- 
ations including but not limited to the financing thereof. In the exercise of the powers here- 
by conferred the general court shall in all respects conform to the requirements of this 
constitution except to the extent that in the judgment of the general court so to do would be 
impracticable or would admit of undue delay. 
November 30, 1942 

[Art.] 5-b. [Power to Provide for Tax Valuations Based on Use.] The general court may 
provide for the assessment of any class of real estate at valuations based upon the current use 
thereof. 
November 15, 1968 

[Art.] 6. [Valuation and Taxation.] The public charges of government, or any part there- 
of, may be raised by taxation upon polls, estates, and other classes of property, including 
franchises and property when passing by will or inheritance; and there shall be a valuation of 
the estates within the state taken anew once in every five years, at least, and as much oftener 
as the general court shall order. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1903 to permit taxes on other classes of property including franchises and proper- 
ty passing by inheritances. 

[Art.] 6-a. [Use of Certain Revenues Restricted to Highways.] All revenue in excess 
of the necessary cost of collection and administration accruing to the state from registration 



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fees, operators' licenses, gasoline road tolls or any other special charges or taxes with respect 
to the operation of motor vehicles or the sale or consumption of motor vehicle fuels shall be 
appropriated and used exclusively for the construction, reconstruction and maintenance of 
public highways within this state, including the supervision of traffic thereon and payment of 
the interest and principal of obligations incurred for said purposes; and no part of such rev- 
enues shall, by transfer of funds or otherwise, be diverted to any other purpose whatsoever. 
November 29, 1938 

[Art.] 6-b. [Use of Lottery Revenues Restricted to Educational Purposes,] Ali mon- 
eys received from a state-run lottery and all the interest received on such moneys shall, after 
deducting the necessary costs of administration, be appropriated and used exclusively for the 
school districts of the state. Such moneys shall be used exclusively for the purpose of state 
aid to education and shall not be transferred or diverted to any other purpose. 
November 6, 1990 

[Art.] 7. [Members of Legislature Not to Take Fees or Act as Counsel.] No member of 
the general court shall take fees, be of counsel, or act as advocate, in any cause before either 
branch of the legislature; and upon due proof thereof, such member shall forfeit his seat in 
the legislature. 
September 5, 1792 

[Art.] 8. [Open Sessions of Legislature.] The doors of the galleries, of each house of the 
legislature, shall be kept open to all persons who behave decently, except when the welfare 
of the state, in the opinion of either branch, shall require secrecy. 
September 5, 1792 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

[Art.] 9. [Representatives Elected Every Second Year; Apportionment of 
Representatives.] There shall be in the legislature of this state a house of representatives, 
biennially elected and founded on principles of equality, and representation therein shall be 
as equal as circumstances will admit. The whole number of representatives to be chosen 
from the towns, wards, places, and representative districts thereof established hereunder, 
shall be not less than three hundred seventy-five or more than four hundred. As soon as pos- 
sible after the convening of the next regular session of the legislature, and at the session in 
1971, and every ten years thereafter, the legislature shall make an apportionment of repre- 
sentatives according to the last general census of the inhabitants of the state taken by author- 
ity of the United States or of this state. In making such apportionment, no town, ward or 
place shall be divided nor the boundaries thereof altered. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1 877 three times providing for biennial elections; increasing representation from 
150 rateable polls to 600; prohibiting towns and wards from being altered so as to 
increase representation. 
Amended 1942 limiting size of House to between 375 and 400. 
Amended 1964 providing for equal representation. 

[Art.] 9-a. [Legislative Adjustments of Census with Reference to Non-Residents.] 
The general court shall have the power to provide by statute for making suitable adjustments 
to the general census of the inhabitants of the state taken by the authority of the United States 
or of this state on account of non-residents temporarily residing in this state. 
November 30, 1960 

[Art.] 10. [Representation of Small Towns.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784. Small towns grouped together to provide one representative for 150 rateable 
polls. The election meeting was to rotate annually between the towns. 



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Amended 1 877 increasing districts to 600 inhabitants; rotation of meeting changed to bien- 
nially. 
Repealed in 1889. Provisions incorporated into Art. 1 1. 

[Art.] 11. [Small Towns; Representation by Districts.] When any town, ward, or unin- 
corporated place, according to the last federal decennial census, has less than the number of 
inhabitants necessary to entitle it to one representative, the legislature shall form those 
towns, wards, or unincorporated places into representative districts which contain a sufficient 
number of inhabitants to entitle each district so formed to one or more representatives for the 
entire district. In forming the districts, the boundaries of towns, wards and unincorporated 
places shall be preserved and the towns, wards and unincorporated places forming one dis- 
trict shall be reasonably proximate to one another. The legislature shall form the representa- 
tive districts at its next session after approval of this article by the voters of the state, and 
thereafter at the regular session following every decennial federal census. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 changing General Assembly to General Court. 
Amended 1877 changing 150 rateable polls to 600 inhabitants. 
Amended 1889 providing that towns of less than 600 should be represented a proportional 

amount of time instead of being classed as formerly provided in Art. 10. 
Amended 1942 deleting reference to 600 and providing that small towns should be repre- 
sented at least once in every 10 years. 
Amended 1964 to permit small towns to be districted for one or more representatives. 

[Art.] 11-a. [Division of Town, Ward or Place; Representative Districts.] 
Notwithstanding Articles 9 and 1 1 , a law providing for an apportionment to form representa- 
tive districts under Articles 9 and 1 1 of Part Second may divide a town, ward or unincorpo- 
rated place into two or more representative districts if such town, ward or place, by 
referendum requests such division. 

November 22, 1978 (Rejected in 1976 as proposed by convention, but adopted in 1978 as 
proposed by the general court and including both representative and senate districts.) 
[Art.] 12. [Biennial Election of Representatives in November.] The members of the 
house of representatives shall be chosen biennially, in the month of November, and shall be 
the second branch of the legislature. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended twice in 1877 substituting "biennially" for "annually" and "November" for 
"March." 

[Art.] 13. [Qualifications of Electors.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784. All persons qualified to vote in the election of senators shall be entitled to vote 
within the town, district, parish, or place where they dwell, in the choice of representa- 
tives. Note: The phrase "town, district, parish, or place" was shortened to "district" in 
engrossed copy of 1792, apparently without authority. 
Repealed in 1976. 

[Art.] 14. [Representatives, How Elected, Qualifications of.] Every member of the 
house of representatives shall be chosen by ballot; and, for two years, at least, next preced- 
ing his election shall have been an inhabitant of this state; shall be, at the time of his election, 
an inhabitant of the town, ward, place, or district he may be chosen to represent and shall 
cease to represent such town, ward, place, or district immediately on his ceasing to be quali- 
fied as aforesaid. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1852 deleting provision for representatives to have an estate of 100 pounds. 
Amended 1877 deleting requirement that representatives be Protestants. 
Amended 1956 substituting "ward" for "parish." 
Amended 1964 adding word "district." 



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[Art.] 15. [Compensation of the Legislature.] The presiding officers of both houses of 
the legislature, shall severally receive out of the state treasury as compensation in full for 
their services for the term elected the sum of $250. and all other members thereof, season- 
ably attending and not departing without license, the sum of $200 and each member shall 
receive mileage for actual daily attendance on legislative days, but not after the legislature 
shall have been in session for 45 legislative days or after the first day of July following the 
annual assembly of the legislature, whichever occurs first; provided, however, that, when a 
special session shall be called by the governor or by a 23 vote of the then qualified members 
of each branch of the general court, such officers and members shall receive for attendance 
an additional compensation of $3 per day for a period not exceeding 15 days and the usual 
mileage. Nothing herein shall prevent the payment of additional mileage to members attend- 
ing committee meetings or on other legislative business on nonlegislative days. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 requiring state to pay wages instead of town. 
Amended 1889 setting salary for members at $200 and for officers at $250 with $3 per day 

for special sessions. 
Amended 1960 limiting mileage to 90 legislative days. 
Amended 1984 limiting mileage to 45 legislative days in each annual session. 

[Art.] 16. [Vacancies in House, How Filled.] All intermediate vacancies, in the house of 
representatives may be filled up, from time to time, in the same manner as biennial elections 
are made. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1877 changing "annual'* to "biennial" elections. 

[Art.] 17. [House to Impeach Before the Senate.] The house of representatives shall be 
the grand inquest of the state; and all impeachments made by them, shall be heard and tried 
by the senate. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 18. [Money Bills to Originate in House.] All money bills shall originate in the 
house of representatives; but the senate may propose, or concur with amendments, as on 
other bills. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 18-a [Budget Bills.] All sections of all budget bills before the general court shall 
contain only the operating and capital expenses for the executive, legislative and judicial 
branches of government. No section or footnote of any such budget bill shall contain any 
provision which establishes, amends or repeals statutory law, other than provisions estab- 
lishing, amending or repealing operating and capital expenses for the executive, legislative 
and judicial branches of government. 
November 28, 1984 

[Art.] 19. [Adjournment.] The house of representatives shall have the power to adjourn 
themselves. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1948 substituting "five" for "two" days as length of adjournment. 
Amended 1966 removing limitation on adjournment. 

[Art.] 20. [Quorum, What Constitutes.] A majority of the members of the house of rep- 
resentatives shall be a quorum for doing business: But when less than two-thirds of the rep- 
resentatives elected shall be present, the assent of two-thirds of those members shall be 
necessary to render their acts and proceedings valid. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 21. [Privileges of Members of Legislature.] No member of the house of repre- 
sentatives, or senate shall be arrested, or held to bail, on mesne process, during his going to. 
returning from, or attendance upon, the court. 
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[Art.] 22. [House to Elect Speaker and Officers, Settle Rules of Proceedings, and 
Punish Misconduct.] The house of representatives shall choose their own speaker, appoint 
their own officers, and settle the rules of proceedings in their own house; and shall be judge 
of the returns, elections, and qualifications, of its members, as pointed out in this constitu- 
tion. They shall have authority to punish, by imprisonment, every person who shall be guilty 
of disrespect to the house, in its presence, by any disorderly and contemptuous behavior, or 
by threatening, or illtreating, any of its members; or by obstructing its deliberations; every 
person guilty of a breach of its privileges, in making arrests for debt, or by assaulting any 
member during his attendance at any session; in assaulting or disturbing any one of its offi- 
cers in the execution of any order or procedure of the house; in assaulting any witness, or 
other person, ordered to attend, by and during his attendance of the house; or in rescuing any 
person arrested by order of the house, knowing them to be such. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 by adding that the House shall be judge of the returns, elections, and qualifi- 
cations of its members. 

[Art.] 23. [Senate and Executive Have Like Powers; Imprisonment Limited.] The 
senate, governor and council, shall have the same powers in like cases; provided, that no 
imprisonment by either, for any offense, exceeds ten days. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 substituting "governor" for "president." 

[Art.] 24 [Journals and Laws to be Published; Yeas and Nays; and Protests.] The 
journals of the proceedings, and all public acts of both houses, of the legislature, shall be 
printed and published immediately after every adjournment or prorogation; and upon motion 
made by any one member, duly seconded, the yeas and nays, upon any question, shall be 
entered, on the journal. And any member of the senate, or house of representatives, shall 
have a right, on motion made at the time for that purpose to have his protest, or dissent, with 
the reasons, against any vote, resolve, or bill passed, entered on the journal. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 permitting protest or dissent with reasons to be entered in the journals. 
Amended 1966 requiring roll call requests to be seconded. 



SENATE 

[Art.] 25. [Senate, How Constituted.] The senate shall consist of twenty-four members. 
June 2, 1784. Provided for 12 senators. 
Amended 1792. Generally rephrased specifying term as one year from the first Wednesday in 

June. 
Amended 1877 increasing senators to 24 and providing for 2 year term. 
Amended 1889 so that term started in January instead of June. 
Amended 1974 deleting reference to term. 

[Art.] 26. [Senatorial Districts, How Constituted.] And that the state may be equally repre- 
sented in the senate, the legislature shall divide the state into single-member districts, as nearly 
equal as may be in population, each consisting of contiguous towns, city wards and unincorpo- 
rated places, without dividing any town, city ward or unincorporated place. The legislature shall 
form the single-member districts at its next session after approval of this article by the voters of 
the state and thereafter at the regular session following each decennial federal census. 
June 2, 1784. Number of senators elected from each district (county) proportioned to taxes 

paid by each district. 
Amended 1792 dividing the state into 12 senatorial districts still based on proportion of taxes 

paid by the district. 



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Amended 1877 increasing senate to 24 members from single member districts. 
Amended 1964 providing for election of senators on basis of population. 

[Art.] 26-a. [Division of Town, Ward or Place; Senatorial Districts.] Notwithstanding 
Article 26 or any other article, a law providing for an apportionment to form senatorial districts 
under Article 26 of Part Second may divide a town, ward or unincorporated place into two or 
more senatorial districts if such town, ward or place by referendum requests such division. 
November 22, 1978 

[Art.] 27. [Election of Senators.] The freeholders and other inhabitants of each district, 
qualified as in this constitution is provided shall biennially give in their votes for a senator, 
at some meeting holden in the month of November. 
June 2, 1784. Annual election of senators at annual meeting in March. 
Amended 1792 rewording phrases but not changing the meaning. 

Amended 1877 twice substituting biennial election and sessions for annual elections and ses- 
sions and providing for elections in November instead of March. 

[Art.] 28. [Senators, How and by Whom Chosen; Right of Suffrage.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784. Senate, first branch of the legislature, elected by male inhabitants 21 years of 

age and older who pay their own poll tax. 
Amended 1792 changing wording but not the meaning. 
Amended 1877 twice, substituting "biennially" for "annually" and "November" for 

"March." 
Amended 1958 removing obsolete reference to "male" inhabitants as being the only ones 

allowed to vote. 
Repealed 1976. Provisions covered by Article 11. 

[Art.] 29. [Qualifications of Senators.] Provided nevertheless, that no person shall be 
capable of being elected a senator, who is not of the age of thirty years, and who shall not 
have been an inhabitant of this state for seven years immediately preceding his election, and 
at the time thereof he shall be an inhabitant of the district for which he shall be chosen. 
Should such person, after election, cease to be an inhabitant of the district for which he was 
chosen, he shall be disqualified to hold said position and a vacancy shall be declared therein. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1852 deleting property qualifications. 
Amended 1877 deleting requirements that senators be Protestant. 
Amended 1976 adding provision that a senator is disqualified if he moves from his district. 

[Art.] 30. [Inhabitant Defined.] And every person, qualified as the constitution pro- 
vides, shall be considered an inhabitant for the purpose of being elected into any office or 
place within this state, in the town, or ward, where he is domiciled. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1958 substituting "ward" for "parish, and plantation." 

Amended 1976 twice deleting reference to electing and substituting "is domiciled" for 
"dwelleth and hath his home." 

[Art.] 31. [Inhabitants of Unincorporated Places; Their Rights, etc.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784. Procedure and qualifications for inhabitants of unincorporated places to vote. 
Amended 1877 twice providing for biennial instead of annual elections in November instead 

of March. 
Amended 1958 deleting reference to plantations and substituting "wards" for "parishes." 
Repealed 1976. Provisions covered by Part I, Art. 11. 

[Art.] 32. [Biennial Meetings, How Warned, Governed, and Conducted; Return of 
Votes, etc.] The meetings for the choice of governor, council and senators, shall be warned 
by warrant from the selectmen, and governed by a moderator, who shall, in the presence of 
the selectmen (whose duty it shall be to attend) in open meeting, receive the votes of all the 
inhabitants of such towns and wards present, and qualified to vote for senators; and shall, in 



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said meetings, in presence of the said selectmen, and of the town or city clerk, in said meet- 
ings, sort and count the said votes, and make a public declaration thereof, with the name of 
every person voted for, and the number of votes for each person; and the town or city clerk 
shall make a fair record of the same at large, in the town book, and shall make out a fair 
attested copy thereof, to be by him sealed up and directed to the secretary of state, within five 
days following the election, with a superscription expressing the purport thereof. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 generally rewording section. 

Amended 1 889 substituting "January" for "June" regarding notification to secretary of state. 
Amended 1958 substituting "wards" for "parishes" and added reference to city clerks. 
Amended 1974 substituting "December" for "January" and "twenty" and "thirty" regarding 

notification to secretary of state. 
Amended 1976 changing notification to 5 days after the election. 

[Art.] 33. [Secretary of State to Count Votes for Senators and Notify Persons 
Elected.] And that there may be a due meeting of senators and representatives on the first 
Wednesday of December, biennially, the secretary of state shall, as soon as may be, examine 
the returned copy of such records; and fourteen days before the first Wednesday of 
December, he shall issue his summons to such persons as appear to be chosen senators and 
representatives, by a plurality of votes, to attend and take their seats on that day. 
June 2, 1784. President and 3 of the council to issue summons to senators to take their seats. 
Amended 1792 changing president to governor and specific number of councilors to majori- 
ty of councilors. 
Amended 1 877 changing annually to biennially. 
Amended 1889 changing June to January for beginning of session. 
Amended 1912 substituting "plurality of votes" for "majority of votes." 
Amended 1968 deleting proviso relating to the first year. 
Amended 1974 changing meeting to first Wednesday of December. 

Amended 1976 providing that the secretary of state should examine the returns and notify 
those elected instead of governor. 

[Art.] 34. [Vacancies in Senate, How Filled.] And in case there shall not appear to be a 
senator elected, by a plurality of votes, for any district, the deficiency shall be supplied in the 
following manner, viz. The members of the house of representatives, and such senators as 
shall be declared elected, shall take the names of the two persons having the highest number 
of votes in the district, and out of them shall elect, by joint ballot, the senator wanted for such 
district; and in this manner all such vacancies shall be filled up, in every district of the state 
and in case the person receiving a plurality of votes in any district is found by the Senate not 
to be qualified to be seated, a new election shall be held forthwith in said district. All vacan- 
cies in the senate arising by death, removal out of the state, or otherwise, except from failure 
to elect, shall be filled by a new election by the people of the district upon the requisition of 
the governor and council, as soon as may be after such vacancies shall happen. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 generally rewording section. 

Amended 1889 adding provisions for new elections in case of vacancies. 
Amended 1912 providing for plurality of votes instead of majority. 
Amended 1968 providing for new election if person elected is not qualified. 

[Art.] 35. [Senate, Judges of Their Own Elections.] The senate shall be final judges of 
the elections, returns, and qualifications, of their own members, as pointed out in this consti- 
tution. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 36. [Adjournment.] The senate shall have power to adjourn themselves, and when- 
ever they shall sit on the trial of any impeachment, they may adjourn to such time and place as 
they may think proper although the legislature be not assembled on such day, or at such place. 



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June 2. 1784 

Amended 1792 adding proviso relating to impeachment. 
Amended 1948 increasing adjournment from 2 days to 5 days. 
Amended 1966 deleting limitation on adjournment. 

[Art.] 37. [Senate to Elect Their Own Officers; Quorum.] The senate shall appoint 
their president and other officers, and determine their own rules of proceedings: And not less 
than thirteen members of the senate shall make a quorum for doing business; and when less 
than sixteen senators shall be present, the assent often, at least, shall be necessary to render 
their acts and proceedings valid. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 adding "president." 

Amended 1877 increasing quorum from 7 to 13 and changing assent of 5 when less than 8 
present to assent of 10 when less than 16 present. 

[Art.] 38. [Senate to Try Impeachments; Mode of Proceeding.] The senate shall be a 
court, with full power and authority to hear, try, and determine, all impeachments made by 
the house of representatives against any officer or officers of the state, for bribery, corruption, 
malpractice or maladministration, in office; with full power to issue summons, or compulso- 
ry process, for convening witnesses before them: But previous to the trial of any such 
impeachment, the members of the senate shall respectively be sworn truly and impartially to 
try and determine the charge in question, according to evidence. And every officer, 
impeached for bribery, corruption, malpractice or maladministration in office, shall be served 
with an attested copy of the impeachment, and order of the senate thereon with such citation 
as the senate may direct, setting forth the time and place of their sitting to try the impeach- 
ment; which service shall be made by the sheriff, or such other sworn officer as the senate 
may appoint, at least fourteen days previous to the time of trial; and such citation being duly 
served and returned, the senate may proceed in the hearing of the impeachment, giving the 
person impeached, if he shall appear, full liberty of producing witnesses and proofs, and of 
making his defense, by himself and counsel, and may also, upon his refusing or neglecting to 
appear hear the proofs in support of the impeachment, and render judgment thereon, his non- 
appearance notwithstanding; and such judgment shall have the same force and effect as if the 
person impeached had appeared and pleaded in the trial. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 adding mode of proceeding. 

[Art.] 39. [Judgment on Impeachment Limited.] Their judgment, however, shall not 
extend further than removal from office, disqualification to hold or enjoy any place of honor, 
trust, or profit, under this state, but the party so convicted, shall nevertheless be liable to 
indictment, trial, judgment, and punishment, according to the laws of the land. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 40. [Chief Justice to Preside on Impeachment of Governor.] Whenever the gov- 
ernor shall be impeached, the chief justice of the supreme judicial court, shall, during the 
trial, preside in the senate, but have no vote therein. 
September 5, 1792 



EXECUTIVE POWER 
GOVERNOR 

[Art.] 41. [Governor, Supreme Executive Magistrate.] There shall be a supreme exec- 
utive magistrate, who shall be styled the Governor of the State of New Hampshire, and 
whose title shall be His Excellency. The executive power of the state is vested in the gover- 



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nor. The governor shall be responsible for the faithful execution of the laws. He may, by 

appropriate court action or proceeding brought in the name of the state, enforce compliance 

with any constitutional or legislative mandate, or restrain violation of any constitutional or 

legislative power, duty, or right, by any officer, department or agency of the state. This 

authority shall not be construed to authorize any action or proceedings against the legislative 

or judicial branches. 

June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 substituting "Governor" for "President." 

Amended 1966 clarifying and reinforcing executive powers of the governor. 

[Art.] 42. [Election of Governor, Return of Votes; Electors; If No Choice, Legislature 
to Elect One of Two Highest Candidates; Qualifications for Governor.] The governor 
shall be chosen biennially in the month of November; and the votes for governor shall be 
received, sorted, counted, certified and returned, in the same manner as the votes for sena- 
tors; and the secretary shall lay the same before the senate and house of representatives, on 
the first Wednesday following the first Tuesday of January to be by them examined, and in 
case of an election by a plurality of votes through the state, the choice shall be by them 
declared and published. And the qualifications of electors of the governor shall be the same 
as those for senators; and if no person shall have a plurality of votes, the senate and house of 
representatives shall, by joint ballot elect one of the two persons, having the highest number 
of votes, who shall be declared governor. And no person shall be eligible to this office, unless 
at the time of his election, he shall have been an inhabitant of this state for 7 years next pre- 
ceding, and unless he shall be of the age of 30 years. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 deleting specifics of handling votes at town meeting. 
Amended 1852 removing property qualification for holding office. 
Amended 1877 three times: biennial elections replacing annual; elections in November 

instead of March; deleting provision that office holders be of protestant religion. 
Amended 1 889 changing June to January for the secretary of state to lay the votes before the 

house and senate. 
Amended 1912 requiring a plurality instead of majority for election of governor. 
Amended 1982 changing first Wednesday of January to Wednesday after the first Tuesday. 

[Art.] 43. [In Cases of Disagreement Governor to Adjourn or Prorogue Legislature; 
If Causes Exist, May Convene Them Elsewhere.] In cases of disagreement between the 
two houses, with regard to the time or place of adjournment or prorogation, the governor, 
with advice of council, shall have a right to adjourn or prorogue the general court, not 
exceeding ninety days at any one time, as he may determine the public good may require, and 
he shall dissolve the same on the first Wednesday of December biennially. And, in cases 
whereby dangers may arise to the health or lives of the members from their attendance at the 
general court at any place, the governor may direct the session to be holden at some other the 
most convenient place within the state. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 twice changing president to governor and inserting "place" of adjournment. 
Amended 1889 changing June to January for time of dissolving house and senate. 
Amended 1974 providing for the legislature to be dissolved on the first Wednesday of 

December. 
Amended 1980 removing "infectious distemper" as a reason for the governor to convene the 
legislature at a different place. 

[Art.] 44. [Veto to Bills.] Every bill which shall have passed both houses of the general 
court, shall, before it becomes a law, be presented to the governor, if he approves, he shall 
sign it, but if not, he shall return it, with his objections, to that house in which it shall have 
originated, who shall enter the objections at large on their journal, and proceed to reconsider 



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it; if after such reconsideration, two-thirds of that house shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be 
sent, together with such objections, to the other house, by which it shall likewise be recon- 
sidered, and. if approved by two-thirds of that house, it shall become a law. But in all such 
cases the votes of both houses shall be determined by yeas and nays, and the names of per- 
sons, voting for or against the bill, shall be entered on the journal of each house respectively. 
If any bill shall not be returned by the governor within live days (Sundays excepted) after it 
shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law in like manner as if he had signed 
it unless the legislature, by their adjournment, prevent its return, in which case it shall not be 
a law. 
September 5, 1792 

[Art.] 45. [Resolves to Be Treated Like Bills.] Every resolve shall be presented to the 
governor, and before the same shall take effect, shall be approved by him, or being disap- 
proved by him, shall be repassed by the senate and house of representatives, according to the 
rules and limitations prescribed in the case of a bill. 
September 5, 1792 

[Art.] 46. [Nomination and Appointment of Officers.] All judicial officers, the attorney 
general, and all officers of the navy, and general and field officers of the militia, shall be nom- 
inated and appointed by the governor and council; and every such nomination shall be made 
at least three days prior to such appointment; and no appointment shall take place, unless a 
majority of the council agree thereto. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 making minor changes in wording. 

Amended 1877 deleting solicitors and sheriffs from those appointed by governor and council. 
Amended 1976 deleting appointment of coroners by governor and council. 

[Art.] 47. [Governor and Council Have Negative on Each Other.] The governor and 
council shall have a negative on each other, both in the nominations and appointments. 
Every nomination and appointment shall be signed by the governor and council, and every 
negative shall be also signed by the governor or council who made the same. 
September 5, 1792 

[Art.] 48. [Field Officers to Recommend, and Governor to Appoint, Company 
Officers.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1 792 providing that field officers were to nominate and recommend to the gover- 
nor the captains and subalterns instead of appointing them. 
Amended 1903 added proviso that nominees had to be examined and qualified by an exam- 
ining board. 
Repealed 1976. 

[Art.] 49. [President of Senate, etc., To Act as Governor When Office Vacant; 
Speaker of House to Act When Office of President of Senate Is also Vacant.] In the event 
of the death, resignation, removal from office, failure to qualify, physical or mental 
incapacity, absence from the state, or other incapacity of the governor, the president of 
the senate, for the time being, shall act as governor until the vacancy is filled or the 
incapacity is removed; and if the president of the senate, for any of the above-named 
causes, shall become incapable of performing the duties of governor, the same shall 
devolve upon the speaker of the house of representatives, for the time being, or in the 
case of the like incapacity of the speaker, upon the secretary of state, or in case of his 
like incapacity, upon the state treasurer, each of whom, in that order, shall act as gover- 
nor, as hereinabove provided, until the vacancy is filled or the incapacity removed. 
Whenever a vacancy for the duration or remainder of the governor's term of office 
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for governor shall take place to fill the vacancy, as provided by law. Whenever the speaker 
of the house acts as governor, he shall act as such only until such time as the vacancy is 
filled or the incapacity removed in either the office of governor or of president of the senate, 
whichever occurs first. Whenever either the secretary of state or the treasurer acts as gover- 
nor, he shall act as such only until such time as the vacancy is filled or the incapacity removed 
in the offices of governor, of president of the senate or of speaker of the house, whichever 
occurs first. While acting as governor under this article, the president of the senate, speaker 
of the house, secretary of state or state treasurer, as the case may be, shall be styled Acting 
Governor, shall not be required to take an additional oath of office, shall have and exercise 
all the powers, duties and authorities of, and receive compensation equal to that of the office 
of governor; and the capacity of each such officer to serve as president of the senate as well 
as senator, speaker of the house of representatives as well as representative, secretary of 
state, or state treasurer, as the case may be, or to receive the compensation of such office, 
shall be suspended only. While the governor or an acting governor is absent from the state 
on official business, he shall have the power and authority to transact such business. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 changing some wording and providing that the senate president acting as 

governor could not hold his office in the senate. 
Amended 1889 providing for the speaker of the house to act as governor. 
Amended 1956 providing that the governor while absent from the state has authority to transact 

such business. 
Amended 1968 providing for succession through secretary of state and state treasurer, but 

only until a new senate president or house speaker is elected. 
Amended 1984 rewording section generally to include incapacity, new election if vacancy 

occurs before last year of the term, compensation of acting governor to equal that of 

governor, and suspension of senate president acting as a senator or speaker to act as a 

representative while serving as acting governor. 

[Art.] 49-a [Prolonged Failure to Qualify; Vacancy in Office of Governor Due to 
Physical or Mental Incapacity, etc.] Whenever the governor transmits to the secretary of 
state and president of the senate his written declaration that he is unable to discharge the 
powers and duties of his office by reason of physical or mental incapacity and until he 
transmits to them a written declaration to the contrary, the president of the senate, for the time 
being, shall act as governor as provided in article 49, subject to the succession provisions 
therein set forth. Whenever it reasonably appears to the attorney general and a majority of 
the council that the governor is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office by 
reason of physical or mental incapacity, but the governor is unwilling or unable to transmit 
his written declaration to such effect as above provided, the attorney general shall file a 
petition for declaratory judgment in the supreme court requesting a judicial determination of 
the ability of the governor to discharge the powers and duties of his office. After notice and 
hearing, the justices of the supreme court shall render such judgment as they find warranted 
by a preponderance of the evidence; and, if the court holds that the governor is unable to 
discharge the powers and duties of his office, the president of the senate, for the time being, 
shall act as governor as provided in article 49, subject to the succession provisions therein set 
forth, until such time as the disability of the governor is removed or a newly elected governor 
is inaugurated. Such disability, once determined by the supreme court, may be removed 
upon petition for declaratory judgment to the supreme court by the governor if the court 
finds, after notice and hearing, by a preponderance of the evidence that the governor is able 
to discharge the powers and duties of his office. Whenever such disability of the governor, 
as determined by his written declaration or by judgment of the supreme court, has continued 
for a period of 6 months, the general court may, by concurrent resolution adopted by both hous- 



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es, declare the office of governor vacant. Whenever the governor-elect fails to qualify by rea- 
son of physical or mental incapacity or any cause other than death or resignation, for a peri- 
od of 6 months following the inauguration date established by this constitution, the general 
court may, by concurrent resolution adopted by both houses, declare the office of governor 
vacant. The provisions of article 49 shall govern the filling of such vacancy, either by spe- 
cial election or continued service of an acting governor. If the general court is not in session 
when any such 6-month period expires, the acting governor, upon written request of at least 
1/4 of the members of each house, shall convene the general court in special session for the 
sole purpose of considering and acting on the question whether to declare a vacancy in the 
office of governor under this article. 
November 28, 1984 

[Art.] 50. [Governor to Prorogue or Adjourn Legislature, and Call Extra Sessions.] 
The governor, with advice of council, shall have full power and authority, in the recess of the 
general court, to prorogue the same from time to time, not exceeding ninety days, in any one 
recess of said court; and during the sessions of said court, to adjourn or prorogue it to any 
time the two houses may desire, and to call it together sooner than the time to which it may 
be adjourned, or prorogued, if the welfare of the state should require the same. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 

[Art.] 51. [Powers and Duties of Governor as Commander-in-Chief.] The governor of 
this state for the time being, shall be commander-in-chief of all the military forces of the state: 
and shall have full power, by himself or by any chief commander, or other officer or officers, 
from time to time, to train, instruct, exercise and govern the militia; to call forth the militia and 
to put in warlike posture the inhabitants of the state; to execute the laws of the state and of the 
United States; to suppress insurrection and to repel invasion; and, in fine, the governor is here- 
by entrusted with all other powers incident to the office of commander-in-chief to be exercised 
agreeably to the rules and regulations of the constitution and the laws of the land. 
June 2. 1784 

Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 
Amended 1968 condensing authority of the governor as commander-in-chief of military forces. 

[Art.] 52. [Pardoning Power.] The power of pardoning offenses, except such as persons 
may be convicted of before the senate, by impeachment of the house, shall be in the gover- 
nor, by and with the advice of council: But no charter of pardon, granted by the governor, 
with advice of the council, before conviction, shall avail the party pleading the same, 
notwithstanding any general or particular expressions contained therein, descriptive of the 
offense or offenses intended to be pardoned. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 

[Art.] 53. [Militia Officers, Removal of.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 
Repealed 1976. 

[Art.] 54. [Staff and Non-commissioned Officers, by Whom Appointed.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784 
Repealed 1976. 

[Art.] 55. [Division of Militia into Brigades, Regiments, and companies.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784 
Repealed 1976. 

[Art.] 56. [Disbursements from Treasury.] No moneys shall be issued out of the 
treasury of this state, and disposed of, (except such sums as may be appropriated for the 



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redemption of bills of credit, or treasurer's notes, or for the payment of interest arising 

thereon) but by warrant under the hand of the governor for the time being, by and with the 

advice and consent of the council, for the necessary support and defense of this state, and for 

the necessary protection and preservation of the inhabitants thereof, agreeably to the acts and 

resolves of the general court. 

June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 

[Art.] 57. [Accounts of Military Stores.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 
Repealed 1950. 

[Art.] 58. [Compensation of Governor and Council.] The governor and council shall 
be compensated for their services, from time to time, by such grants as the general courts 
shall think reasonable. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 

[Art.] 59. [Salaries of Judges.] Permanent and honorable salaries shall be established by 
law, for the justices of the superior court. 
June 2, 1784 

COUNCIL 

[Art.] 60. [Councilors; Mode of Election, etc.] There shall be biennially elected, by 
ballot, five councilors, for advising the governor in the executive part of government. The 
freeholders and other inhabitants in each county, qualified to vote for senators, shall some 
time in the month of November, give in their votes for one councilor; which votes shall 
be received, sorted, counted, certified, and returned to the secretary's office, in the same 
manner as the votes for senators, to be by the secretary laid before the senate and house of 
representatives on the first Wednesday following the first Tuesday of January. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 twice changing the council from members of the house and senate elected by 

the house and senate to individuals elected by voters - one in each county; and changing 

president to governor. 
Amended 1877 twice substituting biennially for annually and November for March. 
Amended 1889 substituting January for June. 
Amended 1984 changing the first Wednesday to the first Wednesday following the first 

Tuesday. 

[Art.] 61. [Vacancies, How Filled, if No Choice.] And the person having a plurality of 
votes in any county, shall be considered as duly elected a councilor: But if no person shall 
have a plurality of votes in any county, the senate and house of representatives shall take 
the names of the two persons who have the highest number of votes in each county, and not 
elected, and out of those two shall elect by joint ballot, the councilor wanted for such county, 
and the qualifications for councilors shall be the same as for senator. 
September 5, 1792 
Amended 1912 substituting plurality for majority. 

[Art.] 62. [Subsequent Vacancies; Governor to Convene; Duties.] If any person thus 
chosen a councilor, shall be elected governor or member of either branch of the legislature, 
and shall accept the trust; or if any person elected a councilor, shall refuse to accept the 
office, or in case of the death, resignation, or removal of any councilor out of the state, the 
governor may issue a precept for the election of a new councilor in that county where such 



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vacancy shall happen and the choice shall be in the same manner as before directed. And the 
governor shall have full power and authority to convene the council, from time to time, at his 
discretion; and, with them, or the majority of them, may and shall, from time to time hold a 
council, for ordering and directing the affairs of the state, according to the laws of the land. 
September5, 1792 

[Art.] 63. [Impeachment of Councilors.] The members of the council may be 
impeached by the house, and tried by the senate for bribery, corruption, malpractice, or 
maladministration. 
June 2. 1784 

Amended 1792 changing wording generally and changing mal-conduct to bribery, 
corruption, malpractice, or maladministration. 

[Art.] 64. [Secretary to Record Proceedings of Council.] The resolutions and advice of 
the council shall be recorded by the secretary, in a register, and signed by all members 
present agreeing thereto; and this record may be called for at any time, by either house of the 
legislature; and any member of the council may enter his opinion contrary to the resolutions 
of the majority, with the reasons for such opinion. 

June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 adding phrases: "by the secretary," "agreeing thereto," and "with the 
reasons for such opinion." 

[Art.] 65. [Councilor Districts Provided for.] The legislature may, if the public good 
shall hereafter require it, divide the state into five districts, as nearly equal as may be, 
governing themselves by the number of population, each district to elect a councilor: And, in 
case of such division, the manner of the choice shall be conformable to the present mode of 
election in counties. 
September 5, 1792 
Amended 1912 substituting population for rateable polls. 

[Art.] 66. [Elections by Legislature May Be Adjourned From Day to Day; Order 
Thereof.] And, whereas the elections, appointed to be made by this constitution on the first 
Wednesday of January biennially, by the two houses of the legislature, may not be completed on 
that day, the said elections may be adjourned from day to day, until the same be completed; and 
the order of the elections shall be as follows - the vacancies in the senate, if any, shall be first 
filled up: The governor shall then be elected, provided there shall be no choice of him by the 
people: And afterwards, the two houses shall proceed to fill up the vacancy, if any. in the council. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 twice changing president to governor and election of the council only if there 

is a vacancy. 
Amended 1877 substituting biennially for annually. 
Amended 1889 substituting January for June. 



SECRETARY, TREASURER, ETC. 

[Art.] 67. [Election of Secretary and Treasurer.] The secretary and treasurer shall be 
chosen by joint ballot of the senators and representatives assembled in one room. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1950 deleting commissary-general. 

[Art.] 68. [State Records, Where Kept; Duty of Secretary.] The records of the state 
shall be kept in the office of the secretary, and he shall attend the governor and council, the 
senate and representatives, in person, or by deputy, as they may require. 
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Amended 1792 twice transferring authority of the secretary to appoint his deputies to next 
article, and changing president to governor. 

[Art.] 69. [Deputy Secretary.] The secretary of the state shall, at all times, have a deputy, 
to be by him appointed; for whose conduct in office he shall be responsible: And, in case of 
the death, removal, or inability of the secretary, his deputy shall exercise all the duties of the 
office of secretary of this state, until another shall be appointed. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 describing duties of the deputy secretary. 

[Art.] 70. [Secretary to Give Bond.] The secretary, before he enters upon the business 
of his office, shall give bond, with sufficient sureties, in a reasonable sum, for the use of the 
state, for the punctual performance of his trust. 
September 5, 1792 



COUNTY TREASURER, ETC. 

[Art.] 71. [County Treasurers, Registers of Probate, County Attorneys, Sheriffs, and 
Registers of Deeds Elected.] The county treasurers, registers of probate, county attorneys, 
sheriffs and registers of deeds, shall be elected by the inhabitants of the several towns, in the 
several counties in the state, according to the method now practiced, and the laws of the state. 
Provided nevertheless the legislature shall have authority to alter the manner of certifying the 
votes, and the mode of electing those officers; but not so as to deprive the people of the right 
they now have of electing them. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 twice adding proviso that the legislature could alter the manner of certifying 
the votes and mode of electing the officers; deleting oath and bond of county treasurer 
and transferring oath and bond of register of deeds to next article. 
Amended 1 877 adding registers of probate, county solicitors, and sheriffs to those to be elected. 
Amended 1958 changing county solicitor to county attorney. 

[Art.] 72. [Counties May Be Divided into Districts for Registering Deeds.] And the 
legislature, on the application of the major part of the inhabitants of any county, shall have 
authority to divide the same into two districts for registering deeds, if to them it shall appear 
necessary; each district to elect a register of deeds: And before they enter upon the business 
of their offices, shall be respectively sworn faithfully to discharge the duties thereof, and 
shall severally give bond, with sufficient sureties, in a reasonable sum, for the use of the 
county for the punctual performance of their respective trusts. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 providing for counties being divided into districts for registering deeds and 
electing registers. 



JUDICIARY POWER 

[Art.] 72-a. [Supreme and Superior Courts.] The judicial power of the state shall be 
vested in the supreme court, a trial court of general jurisdiction known as the superior court, 
and such lower courts as the legislature may establish under Article 4th of Part 2. 
November 16, 1966 

[Art.] 73. [Tenure of Office To Be Expressed in Commissions; Judges to Hold Office 
During Good Behavior, etc.; Removal.] The tenure that all commissioned officers shall 
have by law in their offices shall be expressed in their respective commissions, and all 



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judicial officers duly appointed, commissioned and sworn, shall hold their offices during 
good behavior except those for whom a different provision is made in this constitution. 
The governor with consent of the council may remove any commissioned officer for reasonable 
cause upon the address of both houses of the legislature, provided nevertheless that the cause 
for removal shall be stated fully and substantially in the address and shall not be a cause 
which is a sufficient ground for impeachment, and provided further that no officer shall be 
so removed unless he shall have had an opportunity to be heard in his defense by a joint 
committee of both houses of the legislature. 

June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 

Amended 1966 spelling out procedures for removal from office. 

[Art.] 73-a. [Supreme Court, Administration.] The chief justice of the supreme court 
shall be the administrative head of all the courts. He shall, with the concurrence of a majority 
of the supreme court justices, make rules governing the administration of all courts in the 
state and the practice and procedure to be followed in all such courts. The rules so promul- 
gated shall have the force and effect of law. 

November 22, 1978 

[Art.] 74. [Judges to Give Opinions, When.] Each branch of the legislature as well as 
the governor and council shall have authority to require the opinions of the justices of the 
supreme court upon important questions of law and upon solemn occasions. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 
Amended 1958 substituting supreme court for superior court. 

[Art.] 75. [Justices of Peace Commissioned for Five Years.] In order that the people 
may not suffer from the long continuance in place of any justice of the peace who shall fail 
in discharging the important duties of his office with ability and fidelity, all commissions of 
justice of the peace shall become void at the expiration of five years from their respective 
dates, and upon the expiration of any commission, the same may if necessary be renewed or 
another person appointed as shall most conduce to the well being of the state. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 76. [Divorce and Probate Apeals, Where Tried.] All causes of marriage, divorce 
and alimony; and all appeals from the respective judges of probate shall be heard and tried 
by the superior court until the legislature shall by law make other provision. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 77. [Jurisdiction of Justices in Civil Causes.] The general court are empowered 
to give to justices of the peace jurisdiction in civil causes, when the damages demanded shall 
not exceed one hundred dollars and title of real estate is not concerned; but with right of 
appeal, to either party, to some other court. And the general court are further empowered to 
give to police courts original jurisdiction to try and determine, subject to right of appeal and 
trial by jury, all criminal causes wherein the punishment is less than imprisonment in the state 
prison. 

September 5, 1792 

Amended 1877 substituting $100 for 4 pounds 
Amended 1912 giving jurisdiction to police courts. 

[Art.] 78. [Judges and Sheriffs, When Disqualified by Age.] No person shall hold the 
office of judge of any court, or judge of probate, or sheriff of any county, after he has attained 
the age of seventy years. 
September 5, 1792 

[Art.] 79. [Judges and Justices Not to Act as Counsel.] No judge of any court, or 
justice of the peace, shall act as attorney, or be of counsel, to any party, or originate any civil 



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suit, in matters which shall come or be brought before him as judge, or justice of the peace. 
September 5, 1792 

[Art.] 80. [Jurisdiction and Term of Probate Courts.] All matters relating to the 
probate of wills, and granting letters of administration, shall be exercised by the judges of 
probate, in such manner as the legislature have directed, or may hereafter direct: And the 
judges of probate shall hold their courts at such place or places, on such fixed days, as the 
conveniency of the people may require; and the legislature from time to time appoint. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 rewording section generally. 

[Art.] 81. [Judges and Registers of Probate Not to Act as Counsel.] No judge, or 
register of probate, shall be of counsel, act as advocate, or receive any fees as advocate or 
counsel, in any probate business which is pending, or may be brought into any court of 
probate in the county of which he is judge or register. 
September 5, 1792 



CLERKS OF COURTS 

[Art.] 82. [Clerks of Courts, by Whom Appointed.] The judges of the courts (those of 
probate excepted) shall appoint their respective clerks to hold their office during pleasure: 
And no such clerk shall act as an attorney or be of counsel in any cause in the court of which 
he is clerk, nor shall he draw any writ originating a civil action. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 rewording section generally. 



ENCOURAGEMENT OF LITERATURE, TRADES, ETC. 

[Art.] 83. [Encouragement of Literature, etc.; Control of Corporations, Monopolies, 

etc.] Knowledge and learning, generally diffused through a community, being essential to 
the preservation of a free government; and spreading the opportunities and advantages of 
education through the various parts of the country, being highly conducive to promote this 
end; it shall be the duty of the legislators and magistrates, in all future periods of this 
government, to cherish the interest of literature and the sciences, and all seminaries and 
public schools, to encourage private and public institutions, rewards, and immunities for the 
promotion of agriculture, arts, sciences, commerce, trades, manufactures, and natural history 
of the country; to countenance and inculcate the principles of humanity and general benevo- 
lence, public and private charity, industry and economy, honesty and punctuality, sincerity, 
sobriety, and all social affections, and generous sentiments, among the people: Provided, 
nevertheless, that no money raised by taxation shall ever be granted or applied for the use of 
the schools of institutions of any religious sect or denomination. Free and fair competition 
in the trades and industries is an inherent and essential right of the people and should be pro- 
tected against all monopolies and conspiracies which tend to hinder or destroy it. The size 
and functions of all corporations should be so limited and regulated as to prohibit fictitious 
capitalization and provision should be made for the supervision and government thereof. 
Therefore, all just power possessed by the state is hereby granted to the general court to enact 
laws to prevent the operations within the state of all persons and associations, and all trusts 
and corporations, foreign or domestic, and the officers thereof, who endeavor to raise the 
price of any article of commerce or to destroy free and fair competition in the trades and 



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industries through combination, conspiracy, monopoly, or any other unfair means; to control 
and regulate the acts of all such persons, associations, corporations, trusts, and officials doing 
business within the state; to prevent fictitious capitalization; and to authorize civil and crim- 
inal proceedings in respect to all the wrongs herein declared against. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1877 prohibiting tax money from being applied to schools of religious denomina- 
tions. 
Amended 1903 permitting the general court to regulate trusts and monopolies restraining 
free trade. 



OATHS AND SUBSCRIPTIONS — EXCLUSION FROM OFFICES — 

COMMISSIONS — WRITS — CONFIRMATION OF LAWS — HABEAS CORPUS 

THE ENACTING STYLE — CONTINUANCE OF OFFICERS — PROVISION 

FOR FUTURE REVISION OF THE CONSTITUTION — ETC. 

[Art.] 84. [Oath of Civil Officers.] Any person chosen governor, councilor, senator, or 
representative, military or civil officer, (town officers excepted) accepting the trust, shall, 
before he proceeds to execute the duties of his office, make and subscribe the following dec- 
laration, viz. - 

I, A.B. do solemnly swear, that I will bear faith and true allegiance to the United States of 
America and the state of New Hampshire, and will support the constitution thereof. So help 
me God. 

I. A.B. do solemnly and sincerely swear and affirm that I will faithfully and impartially 

discharge and perform all duties incumbent on me as , according 

to the best of my abilities, agreeably to the rules and regulations of this constitution and laws 
of the state of New Hampshie. So help me God. 

Any person having taken and subscribed the oath of allegiance, and the same being filed 
in the secretary's office, he shall not be obliged to take said oath again. 

Provided always, when any person chosen or appointed as aforesaid shall be of the 
denomination called Quakers, or shall be scrupulous of swearing, and shall decline taking the 
said oaths, such person shall take and subscribe them, omitting the word "swear," and like- 
wise the words "So help me God," subjoining instead thereof, "This I do under the pains and 
penalties of perjury." 

I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely swear and affirm, that I will faithfully and impartially 

discharge and perform all the duties incumbent on me as according to the 

best of my abilities, agreeably to the rules and regulations of this constitution, and the laws 

of the State of New Hampshire. So help me God 

June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 three times, changing president to governor; shortening oath of allegiance; 

and dispensing with need to take second oath. 
Amended 1970 adding allegiance to the United States of America. 

[Art.] 85. [Before Whom Taken.] The oaths or affirmations shall be taken and sub- 
scribed by the governor before a justice of a New Hampshire court, in the presence of both 
houses of the legislature, by the senators and representatives before the governor and coun- 
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general court shall from time to time appoint. 

June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 three times changing president to governor, senior senator to president of the 

senate, assembly to legislature, and generally rewording section. 
Amended 1968 deleting reference to those first elected. 

Amended 1984 providing that the governor's oath shall be taken before a justice of a New 
Hampshire court. 

[Art.] 86. [Form of Commissions.] All commissions shall be in the name of the state of 
New Hampshire, signed by the governor, and attested by the secretary, or his deputy, and 
shall have the great seal of the state affixed thereto. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 

[Art.] 87. [Form of Writs.] All writs issuing out of the clerk's office in any of the courts 
of law, shall be in the name of the state of New Hampshire; shall be under the seal of the court 
whence they issue, and bear test of the chief, first, or senior justice of the court; but when 
such justice shall be interested, then the writ shall bear test of some other justice of the court, 
to which the same shall be returnable; and be signed by the clerk of such court. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 88. [Form of Indictments, etc.] All indictments, presentments, and informations, 
shall conclude, "against the peace and dignity of the state." 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 89. [Suicides and Deodands.] The estates of such persons as may destroy their 
own lives, shall not for that offense be forfeited, but descend or ascend in the same manner, 
as if such persons had died in a natural way. Nor shall any article, which shall accidentally 
occasion the death of any person, be henceforth deemed a deodand, or in any wise forfeited 
on account of such misfortune. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 90. [Existing Laws Continued if Not Repugnant.] All the laws which have 
heretofore been adopted, used, and approved, in the province, colony, or state of New 
Hampshire, and usually practiced on in the courts of law, shall remain and be in full force, 
until altered and repealed by the legislature; such parts thereof only excepted, as are repug- 
nant to the rights and liberties contained in this constitution: Provided that nothing herein 
contained, when compared with the twenty-third article in the bill of rights, shall be con- 
strued to affect the laws already made respecting the persons, or estates of absentees. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 91. [Habeas Corpus.] The privilege and benefit of the habeas corpus, shall be 
enjoyed in this state, in the most free, easy, cheap, expeditious, and ample manner, and shall 
not be suspended by the legislature, except upon most urgent and pressing occasions, and for 
a time not exceeding three months. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 92. [Enacting Style of Statutes.] The enacting style in making and passing acts, 
statutes, and laws, shall be, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in 
General Court convened. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 93. [Governor and Judges Prohibited From Holding Other Offices.] No gover- 
nor, or judge of the supreme judicial court, shall hold any office or place under the authority 
of this state, except such as by this constitution they are admitted to hold, saving that the 
judges of the said court may hold the offices of justice of the peace throughout the state; nor 
shall they hold any place or office, or receive any pension or salary, from any other state, gov- 
ernment, or power, whatever. 
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Amended 1792 changing president to governor. The engrossed copy of 1792, apparently 
without authority, changed superior court to supreme judicial court. 

[Art.] 94. [Incompatibility of Offices; Only Two Offices of Profit to Be Holden at 
Same Time.] No person shall be capable of exercising, at the same time more than one of 
the following offices within this state, viz. judge of probate, sheriff, register of deeds; and 
never more than two offices of profit, which may be held by appointment of the governor, or 
governor and council, or senate and house of representatives, or superior or inferior courts; 
military offices, and offices of justice of the peace excepted. 
June 2, 1784 
Amended 1792 changing president to governor. 

[Art.] 95. [Incompatibility of Certain Offices.] No person holding the office of judge of 
any court, (except special judges) secretary, treasurer of the state, attorney-general, register 
of deeds, sheriff, collectors of state and federal taxes, members of Congress or any person 
holding any office under the United States, including any person in active military service, 
shall at the same time hold the office of governor, or have a seat in the senate, or house of rep- 
resentatives, or council; but his being chosen and appointed to, and accepting the same, shall 
operate as a resignation of his seat in the chair, senate, or house of representatives, or coun- 
cil; and the place so vacated shall be filled up. No member of the council shall have a seat in 
the senate or house of representatives. 
June 2, 1784 

Amended 1792 generally rewording section. 
Amended 1950 deleting commissary-general. 
Amended 1958 changing obsolete words and phrases. 
Amended 1980 prohibiting persons in active military service from holding state office. 

[Art.] 96. [Bribery and Corruption Disqualify for Office.] No person shall ever be 
admitted to hold a seat in the legislature or any office of trust or importance under this gov- 
ernment, who, in the due course of law, has been convicted of bribery or corruption, in 
obtaining an election or appointment. 
June 2, 1784 

[Art.] 97. [Value of Money, How Computed.] (Repealed) 
June 2. 1784. Money valued at 6 shillings 8 pence per ounce of silver. 
Repealed 1950. 

[Art.] 98. [Constitution, When to Take Effect.] To the end that there may be no failure 
of justice, or danger to the state, by the alterations and amendments made in the constitution, 
the general court is hereby fully authorized and directed to fix the time when the alterations 
and amendments shall take effect, and make the necessary arrangements accordingly. 
September 5, 1792 

[Art.] 99. [Revision of Constitution Provided For.] (Repealed) 
June 2, 1784. Question of calling a convention to be submitted to the people after seven 
years. Delegates to be elected in the same manner as representatives. Questions to be 
approved by two thirds of qualified voters present and voting thereon. 
Amended 1792 detailing procedure for calling a convention. 
Repealed 1980. 

[Art.] 100. [Alternate Methods of Proposing Amendments.] Amendments to this con- 
stitution may be proposed by the general court or by a constitutional convention selected as 
herein provided. 

(a) The senate and house of representatives, voting separately, may propose amendments 
by a three-fifths vote of the entire membership of each house at any session. 

(b) The general court, by an affirmative vote of a majority of all members of both houses 
voting separately, may at any time submit the question "Shall there be a convention to amend 
or revise the constitution?" to the qualified voters of the state. If the question of holding a 



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convention is not submitted to the people at some time during any period often years, it shall 
be submitted by the secretary of state at the general election in the tenth year following the 
last submission. If a majority of the qualified voters voting on the question of holding a con- 
vention approves it, delegates shall be chosen at the next regular general election, or at such 
earlier time as the legislature may provide, in the same manner and proportion as the repre- 
sentatives to the general court are chosen. The delegates so chosen shall convene at such 
time as the legislature may direct and may recess from time to time and make such rules for 
the conduct of their convention as they may determine. 

(c) The constitutional convention may propose amendments by a three-fifths vote of the 
entire membership of the convention. 

Each constitutional amendment proposed by the general court or by a constitutional con- 
vention shall be submitted to the voters by written ballot at the next biennial November elec- 
tion and shall become a part of the Constitution only after approval by two-thirds of the 
qualified voters present and voting on the subject in the towns, wards, and unincorporated 
places. 

September 5, 1792. Question of calling a convention to be submitted every 7 years. 
Amended 1964 twice changing submission of question on calling a convention to every 10 

years rather than 7 and providing that the general court could propose amendments. 
Amended 1980 twice incorporating provisions of repealed Art. 99 and requiring all propos- 
als be submitted at the next biennial November election. 

[Art.] 101. [Enrollment of Constitution.] This form of government shall be enrolled on 
parchment, and deposited in the secretary's office, and be a part of the laws of the land and 
printed copies thereof shall be prefixed to the books containing the laws of this state, in all 
future editions thereof. 
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AMENDMENTS TO THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CONSTITUTION 

The following is an index to amendments to the New Hampshire Constitution, as record- 
ed in the N.H. Manual, vols. 1-49. The index lists the year of the manual and the page on 
which the amendment can be found. 

Absentee voting, 1943, 429; 1939, 326; 1931. 51; in primary elections, 1957, 679. 

Access to polling places. 1985, 443. 

Age of senators and councilors, 1985, 444. 

Age of voting reduced. 1975, 618. 

Alcohol, prohibition. 1889. 333. 

Amendments, procedure for submission to voters, 1981, 315; 1965, 701. 

Amendments, three-fifths majority of convention to propose, 1981, 315. 

Budget footnotes. 1985, 443. 

Chief Justice of Supreme Court, administrative head of courts, 1979. 297. 

Commissary-General, office abolished. 1951, 489; election provision deleted, 1905, 348. 

Conscientious objectors, 1951. 489; 1921. 324. 

Constitution, gender references in, 1981, 315. 

Constitution, obsolete provisions, 1981, 315; 1977. 687; 1969, 799; 1959, 483; 1951. 489 

(value of money). 
Constitution, procedure for amending, 1981, 315. 

Constitution, sectarian references deleted, 1969, 800; 1913, 281; 1905, 348; 1889, 333. 
Constitutional Convention, N.H.. ballot question, 1983,249; 1973,956; 1965,70; 1955,419; 

1947,425; 1929,442; 1917,379; 1913,210; 1903, 178. 
Constitutional Convention, procedures, 1949, 620. 
Continuity of government in case of attack, 1961, 621. 
County attorney, change of title. 1959, 483. 
Courts, police, power to try certain cases, 1913, 281: 1905, 348. 
Courts, supreme and superior, 1967, 522. 

Districts, electoral, division of town or ward into, 1979, 297: 1977, 687: 1975, 617. 
Districts, electoral, one man, one vote, 1965, 702. 
Education, lottery money to be used for. 1990. 
Election, by plurality, 1913, 281. 
Elections: age of voting, domicile, in unincorporated places, ballots counted by Secretary of 

State, absentee ballot, 1977, 688. 
Equal rights, 1975,617. 

Executive Council, date of inauguration, 1985, 444. 
Executive Council, apportionment of districts, 1913, 281. 
Free speech, 1969,801. 
Governor, as commander in chief. 1969. 800. 

Governor, authority to approve specific appropriations, 1931, 51; 1921, 324; 1913, 281. 
Governor, executive powers clarified, 1967, 523. 
Governor, four-year term, 1985,445; 1983,249; 1971,544; 1963.418. 
Governor, legislature, date of inauguration, 1983, 249. 
Governor, line of succession. 1969, 802; 1889, 333. 
Governor, power to transact business while out of state, 1957, 679. 
Governor, term of office commencement, 1889, 333. 
Governor, vacancy in office, 1985, 445. 
Highways, motor vehicle revenues dedicated to, 1939, 326. 
House of Representatives, apportionment of seats to towns. 1913,280; 1905,349: 1889,333. 



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Insanity, definition of, 1985, 444. 

Judges, salaries, 1979, 298. 

Jury trial, right to in civil cases, 1985, 444; 1977, 687; 1961, 621; 1957, 679. 

Legislature, adjournment, 1949, 620. 

Legislature, annual sessions, 1985,443; 1979,297; 1977,687; 1973,956; 1971,543; 1967,523. 

Legislature, apportionment, 1965,701-2; 1961,621; 1931,51. 

Legislature, authority to establish voting precincts, 1905, 349. 

Legislature, authority to regulate monopolies, 1905, 349. 

Legislature, change of meeting dates, 1889, 333. 

Legislature, compensation fori 1969, 801; 1971, 543; 1965, 702; 1889, 333. 

Legislature, governor's right to prorogue, 1985, 444 

Legislature, mileage payments, 1975, 618; 1961, 621. 

Legislature, organization and dissolution of, 1975, 617. 

Legislature, roll call vote on motions, 1967, 522. 

Legislature, size of, 1985, 443; 1975, 617; 1949, 621; 1943, 429; 1921, 324; 1923, 58. 

Legislature, taxation powers of, 1965, 702; 1925, 53. 

Local government, charters, 1967, 522. 

Lottery revenues, restricted for educational purposes, 1991, 294. 

Military service, removal of provisions for buying out, 1965, 703. 

Militia, state, repeal of provision on, 1951, 489; examination of officers, 1905, 348. 

Oath of office, constitutional officers, 1971, 543. 

Oath of office, senators and representatives, 1975, 617. 

Officers, removal, 1967, 523. 

Officers, staff, provision removed, 1951, 489. 

Paupers, defined by legislature for voting, 1939, 326. 

Pensions, 1977, 687; 1975, 617; 1921, 324; 1913, 281. 

Programs mandated by state, 1985, 443. 

Public utilities, taxation of, 1949, 620. 

Real estate taxes, based on current use, 1969. 801. 

Religious freedom, 1921, 324. 

Residency requirement, senators and councilors, 1979, 298; 1967, 522. 

Retirement system, N.H., 1985, 444. 

Right of access to government, 1977, 687. 

Right to bear arms, 1983, 249; 1979, 297. 

Right to counsel in criminal trial, 1967, 523. 

Right to vote, denied to those convicted, 1913, 281. 

Right to vote, literacy requirement, 1905, 348. 

Right to vote, person excused from paying tax for, 1969, 799, 800. 

Senate, size of, 1965, 702; and districts, 1913, 280. 

Senate, special elections for, 1969, 801; 1889, 333. 

Senator, inhabitant in district, 1977, 687. 

Taxation, business, stock-in-trade, 1949, 620-1; 1939, 326; 1913, 280. 

Taxation, income, 1939, 326; 1921, 324; 1928, 58; 1913, 280; exemption, 1931, 51. 

Taxation, inheritance, 1949,620; 1939,326; 1931,51; 1923,58; 1921,324; 1913,280; 1905,348. 

Taxation, on voluntary associations, 1913, 281. 

Taxation, sales, 1939, 326. 

Timber, assessment on growing, 1943, 429; 1939, 326; 1913, 280. 

Trial, change of venue, 1979, 298. 

Unincorporated places, voting in, 1969, 799. 

Women, right to vote, 1923, 58; 1905, 349; obsolete provision, 1959, 483. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE CHIEF EXECUTIVES 

The following is a list of New Hampshire chief executives, together with the title under 
which each served and the years in office. 



PROVINCIAL EXECUTIVES 



Name and Residence 

John Cutt, Portsmouth 
Richard Waldron. Dover 
Edward Cranfield, London. Eng. 
Walter Barefoote, London, Eng. 
Joseph Dudley. Roxbury, Mass 
Edmund Andros. London. Eng. 
Simon Bradstreet. Salem. Mass 
John Usher. Boston. Mass 
William Partridge. Portsmouth 
Samuel Allen, London. Eng. 
Richard Coote. Earl of Bellomont. 

New York 
Samuel Shute. Boston. Mass 
John Wentworth, Portsmouth 
William Burnet 

Jonathan Belcher, Boston, Mass 
Benning Wentworth, Portsmouth 
John Wentworth, Portsmouth 



Title 

President 

Deputy President 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Deputy-Governor 

President. Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Lieutenant-Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 



Term 

1680-81 
1681-82 
1682-85 
1685-86 
1686-87 
1687-89 
1689-92 
1692-97 
1697-98 
1698-99 

1699-1701 

1716-23 

1723-27 

1727-29 

1730-41 

1741-66 

1767-75 



1702-16 



1701-02 



REVOLUTIONARY EXECUTIVES 



Matthew Thornton. Merrimack 
Meshech Weare. Hampton Falls 



President 
President 



1775-76 
1776-85 



CONSTITUTIONAL EXECUTIVES 



Meshech Weare. Hampton Falls 
John Langdon, Portsmouth, 1,3 

John Sullivan, Durham, 2 
Josiah Bartlett, Kingston, 4 
John T. Gilman, Exeter 
Jeremiah Smith, Exeter 
William Plumer, Epping. 5 
Samuel Bell, Londonderry 
Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth 
David L. Morril, Goffstown, 6 
Benjamin Pierce. Hillsborough 
John Bell. Londonderry 
Matthew Harvey, Hopkinton, 7 
Samuel Dinsmoor, Windham 



President 
President. Governor 

President 

President, Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 

Governor 



1784-85 

1785-86, 88-89 

1805-09, 10-12 

1786-88, 89-90 

1790-94 

1794-1805. 13-1 

1809-10 

1812-13, 16-19 

1819-23 

1823-24 

1824-27 

1827-28,29-30 

1828-29 

1830-31 

1831-34 



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William Badger, Gilmanton 
Isaac Hill, Concord 
John Page, Haverhill 
Henry Hubbard, Charlestown 
John H. Steele, Peterborough 
Anthony Colby. New London. 8 
Jared W. Williams. Lancaster 
Samuel Dinsmoor, Jr., Keene, 9 
Noah Martin. Dover 
Nathanial B. Baker, Concord 
Ralph Metcalf, Concord, 10 
William Haile, Hinsdale 
Ichabod Goodwin, Portsmouth 
Nathaniel S. Berry, Hebron 
Joseph A. Gilmore, Concord, II 
Frederick Smyth, Manchester 
Walter Harriman, Warner 
Onslow Stearns, Concord 
James A. Weston, Manchester, 12 
Ezekiel A. Straw, Manchester 
Person C. Cheney, Manchester 
Benjamin F. Prescott, Epping 
Natt Head, Hooksett, 13 
Charles H. Bell, Exeter 
Samuel W. Hale, Keene 
Moody Currier, Manchester 
Charles H. Sawyer, Dover, 14 
David H. Goodell, Antrim, 15 
Hiram A. Tuttle, Pittsfield, 16 
John B. Smith, Hillsborough 
Charles A. Busiel, Laconia 
George A. Ramsdell. Nashua 
Frank W. Rollins, Concord.r 
Chester B. Jordan, Lancaster.r 
Nahum J. Batchelder, Andover.r 
John McLane, Milford.r 
Charles M. Floyd, Manchester.r, 1 7 
Henry B. Quinby, Laconia,r 
Robert P. Bass. Peterborough, r 
Samuel D. Felker, Rochester.d, 1 8 
Rolland H. Spaulding, Rochester.r 
Henry W. Keyes. Haverhill, r, 19 
John H. Bartlett, Portsmouth.r 
Albert O. Brown, Manchester.r 
Fred H. Brown, Somersworth,d 
John G. Winant, Concord. r 
Huntley N. Spaulding, Rochester,r 
Charles W. Tobey, Temple,r 
H. Styles Bridges, Concord.r 
Francis P. Murphy, Nashua,r 
Robert O. Blood, Concord,r 
Charles M. Dale, Portsmouth.r 
Sherman Adams, Lincoln.r 
Hugh Gregg. Nashua.r 
Lane Dwinell. Lebanon.r 
Wesley Powell, Hampton Falls.r 
John W. King, Manchester,d 
Walter Peterson, Peterborough, r 
Meldrim Thomson, Jr., Orford.r 
Hugh J. Gallen, Littleton,d,20 
John H. Siinunu, Salem, r 
Judd Gregg, Rye,r,21 
Stephen E. Merrill, Manchester.r 
Jeanne Shaheen, Madbury.d 
Craig Benson, Rye.r 
John H. Lynch. Hopkinton.d 



Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 
Governor 



1834-36 

1836-39 

1839-42 

1842-44 

1844-46 

1846-47 

1847-49 

1849-52 

1852-54 

1854-55 

1855-57 

1857-59 

1859-61 

1861-63 

1863-65 

1865-67 

1867-69 

1869-71 

1871-72,74-75 

1872-74 

1875-77 

1877-79 

1879-81 

1881-83 

1883-85 

1885-87 

1887-89 

1889-91 

1891-93 

1893-95 

1895-97 

1897-99 

1899-1901 

1901-03 

1903-05 

1905-07 

1907-09 

1909-11 

1911-13 

1913-15 

1915-17 

1917-19 

1919-21 

1921-23 

1923-25 

1925-27,31-35 

1927-29 

1929-31 

1935-37 

1937-41 

1941-45 

1945-49 

1949-53 

1953-55 

1955-59 

1959-63 

1963-69 

1969-73 

1973-79 

1979-82 

1983-89 

1989-93 

1993-1997 

1997-2003 

2003-2005 

2005- 



EXECUTIVE COUNCILORS 9 1 



1. Langdon was elected president in 1785 by the Senate. 

2. Sullivan was elected president in 1787 and 1789 by the Senate. 

3. Langdon resigned the presidency in 1789 to become United States Senator. His term filled out by John Pickering of 
Portsmouth, president of the Senate. 

4. Bartlett was elected president in 1 790 by the Senate. He was the last president and the first governor under the consti- 
tution as amended in 1793. 

5. Plumer was elected by the legislature in 1812. 

6. Morrill was elected by the legislature in 1824. 

7. Harvey resigned in 183 1 . John M. Harper of Canterbury filled out the term as acting governor. 

8. Colby elected by the legislature in 1846. 

9. Dinsmoor elected by the legislature in 1851. 

10. Metcalf elected by the legislature in 1856. 

11. Gilmore elected by the legislature in 1863. 

12. Weston elected by the legislature both times. 

13. Head was the first governor under the constitution as amended in 1879 providing for a two-year term of office. 

14. Sawyer elected by the legislature. 

15. Goodell elected by the legislature. He was disqualified from part of his term by illness and David A. Taggart of 
Manchester (then of Goffstown), president of the Senate, was acting governor. 

16. Tuttle elected by the legislature. 

1 7. Floyd elected by the legislature. 

18. Felker elected by the legislature. 

19. Keyes was disqualified at the end of his term by illness and Jesse M. Barton of Newport, president of the Senate, was 
acting governor. 

20. Hugh J. Gallen was confined in a Boston hospital from November 20, 1982 until his death on December 29. 1982. 
Senate President Robert B. Monier was acting governor until November 30. 1982 when the legislature dissolved 
at midnight. Secretary of State William M. Gardner was acting governor on December 1. 1982 until the members of 
the new senate and house of representatives were sworn in and the senate elected its new president Vesta M. Roy. She 
immediately became acting governor and served in that capacity until January 6. 1983 when John H. Sununu was 
sworn into office. 

2 1 . Gregg resigned effective January 2. 1993 at 1 1 :59 p.m. so that he could be sworn in as Senator when the United States 
Senate convened on January 3. 1993. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCILORS 

Article 60 of the second part of the constitution provides for an executive council of five 
members to advise and act with the governor. Before the constitution there was a council 
both under the temporary constitution of the Revolution and under the provincial govern- 
ment. Since 1913 councilors have been elected by plurality vote to represent population but 
previously to that they were elected by majority vote to represent property. In the colonial 
days councilors were appointed. 

The following is a list of all the councilors during this century giving the name and 
address of each and the years they served. 

Name and Residence Term 

James B. Tennant. Epsom 1901-03 

Loring B. Bodwell. Manchester 1901-03 

Charles H. Hersey. Keene 1901-03 

Edmund E. Truesdell. Pembroke 1901-03 

Robert N. Chamberlin. Berlin 1901-03 

James Frank Seavey. Dover 1903-05 

Alfred A. Collins. Danville 1903-05 

Frank E. Kaley. Milford 1903-05 

Seth M. Richards. Newport 1903-05 

A. Crosby Kennett, Conway 1903-05 

Fred S. Towle, Portsmouth 1 905-07 

Charles M. Floyd. Manchester 1905-07 

Joseph Woodbury Howard, Nashua 1905-07 

Edward G. Leach. Franklin 1905-07 

Charles H. Greenleaf. Franconia 1905-07 



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Stephen S. Jewett, Laconia 
William H.C. Follansby, Exeter 
Herbert B. Viall, Keene 
James Duncan Upham, Claremont 
Frank P. Brown, Whitefield 



1907-09 
1907-09 
1907-09 
1907-09 
1907-09 



Alonzo M. Foss, Dover 
Henry W. Bout well. Manchester 
Albert Annett, Jaffrey 
James G. Fellows, Pembroke 
Lyford A. Merrow, Ossipee 

Thomas Entwistle, Portsmouth 
Harry T. Lord, Manchester 
Benjamin F. Greer, Goffstown 
John M. Gile, Hanover 
George H. Turner, Bethlehem 

Daniel W. Badger, Portsmouth 
Lewis G. Gilman, Manchester 
Albert W. Noone, Peterborough 
William H. Sawyer, Concord 
George W. McGregor. Littleton 

James B. Wallace, Canaan 
John Scammon, Exeter 
John B. Cavanaugh, Manchester 
Frank Huntress, Keene 
Solon A. Carter, Concord 



1909-11 
1909-11 
1909-11 
1909-11 
1909-11 

1911-13 
1911-13 
1911-13 
1911-13 
1911-13 

1913-15 

1913-15 

1913-15 

1913-15* 

1913-15 

1915-17 
1915-17 
1915-17 
1915-17 
1915-17 



Miles W. Gray, Columbia 
Herbert I. Goss, Berlin 
Charles W. Varney, Rochester 
Moise Verrette, Manchester 
William D. Swart, Nashua 
Edward H. Carroll, Warner 



1917-18** 

1918-19 

1917-19 

1917-19 

1917-19 

1917-18** 



John H. Brown, Concord 
Stephen W. Clow, Wolfeboro 
Arthur G. Whittemore, Dover 
John G. Welpley, Manchester 
Windsor H. Goodnow, Keene 



1918-21 
1919-21 
1919-21 
1919-21 
1919-21 



George W. Barnes, Lyme 
Albert Hislop, Portsmouth 
George E. Trudel, Manchester 
George L. Sadler, Nashua 
Fred S. Roberts, Laconia 



1921-23 
1921-23 
1921-23 
1921-23 

1921-23 



Oscar P. Cole, Berlin 
Stephen A. Frost, Fremont 
Thomas J. Conway, Manchester 
Philip H. Faulkner, Keene 
Arthur P. Morrill, Concord 



1923-25 
1923-25 
1923-25 
1923-25 
1923-25 



John A. Edgerly, Tuftonboro 
John A. Hammond, Gilford 
Arthur E. Morneau, Manchester 
Samuel A. Lovejoy, Milford 
Jesse M. Barton, Newport 



1925-27 
1925-27 
1925-27 
1925-27 
1925-27 



* Appointed December 12, 1913, Associate Justice of Superior Court 
**Died in Office 



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Ora A. Brown. Ashland 
Guy E. Chesley. Rochester 
Albert J. Precourt. Manchester 
Albert H. Hunt, Nashua 
Frank L. Gerrish, Boscawen 

William H. Leith. Lancaster 
Harry Merrill. Exeter 
Cyprien J. Belanger. Manchester 
Harry D. Hopkins. Keene 
Harry L. Holmes. Henniker 

Charles B. Hoyt. Sandwich 
William S. Davis. Barrington 
James J. Powers, Manchester 
Fred T. Wadleigh. Milford 
William B. Mclnnis. Concord 



1927-29 
1927-29 
1927-29 
1927-29 
1927-29 

1929-31 
1929-31 
1929-31 
1929-31 
1929-31 

1931-33 
1931-33 
1931-33 
1931-33 
1931-33 



James C. MacLeod. Littleton 
Charles H. Brackett. Greenland 
Alphonse Roy. Manchester 
Francis P. Murphy. Nashua 
Charles E. Carroll. Laconia 



1933-35 
1933-35 
1933-35 
1933-35 
1933-35 



Lynn Cutler. Berlin 
Burt R. Cooper. Rochester 
Alphonse Roy. Manchester 
Thomas J. Leonard, Nashua 
James C. Farmer, Newbury 

Virgil D. White. Ossipee 
Charles M. Dale. Portsmouth 
Thomas A. Murray. Manchester 
Alvin A. Lucier, Nashua 
George Hamilton Rolfe, Concord 

Harold K. Davison, Haverhill 
Oren V Henderson, Durham 
Thomas A. Murray, Manchester 
Arthur T. Appleton. Dublin 
George Hamilton Rolfe, Concord 



1935-37 
1935-37 
1935-37 
1935-37 
1935-37 

1937-39 
1937-39 
1937-39 
1937-39 
1937-39 

1939-41 
1939-41 
1939-41 
1939-41 
1939-41 



George D. Roberts. Jefferson 
Ansel N. Sanborn, Wakefield 
Thomas A. Murray. Manchester 
William A. Molloy, Nashua 
Harold G. Fairbanks. Newport 

Scott C.W. Simpson, Bartlett 
John W. Perkins, Hampton 
Albert R. Martineau. Manchester 
Philip C. Heald. Wilton 
Harold G. Fairbanks. Newport 

Thomas J. Leonard. Nashua 
George Albert Wooster, Concord 
James C. MacLeod, Littleton 
Joshua Studley. Rochester 
Peter R. Poirier, Manchester 

Carl E. Morin. Berlin 
Paul W. Hobbs, North Hampton 
Paul J. Gingras, Manchester 
Franklin Flanders, Weare 
Donald G. Matson, Concord 



1941-43 
1941-43 
1941-43 
1941-43 
1941-43 

1943-45 
1943-45 
1943-45 
1943-45 
1943-45 

1945-47 
1945-47 
1945-47 
1945-47 
1945-47 

1947-49 
1947-49 
1947-49 
1947-49 
1947-49 



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Harry P. Smart. Ossipee 

J. Guy Smart, Durham 

C. Edward Bourassa, Manchester 

Charles M. Mills. Jaffrey 

Charles F. Stafford, Laconia 

George T. Noyes. Bethlehem 
Renfrew A. Thomson, Exeter 
Howard R. Flanders. Nashua 
C. Edward Bourassa. Manchester 
Charles F. Stafford, Laconia 

George H. Keough. Gorham 
C. Wesley Lyons, Rochester 
Howard R. Flanders, Nashua 
Romeo J. Champagne, Manchester 
John PH. Chandler. Jr., Warner 



1949-51 
1949-51 
1949-51 
1949-51 
1949-51 

1951-53 
1951-53 
1951-53 
1951-53 
1951-53 

1953-55 
1953-55 
1953-55 
1953-55 
1953-55 



Parker M. Merrow, Ossipee 
Charles T. Durell, Portsmouth 
Romeo J. Champagne, Manchester 
John PH. Chandler, Jr., Warner 
Fred H. Fletcher, Milford 



1955-57 
1955-57 
1955-57 
1955-57 
1955-57 



Charles H. Whittier. Bethlehem 
John PH. Chandler, Jr., Wamer 
Renfrew A. Thomson, Exeter 
Roger E. Brassard, Manchester 
Fred H. Fletcher, Milford 



1957-59 
1957-59 
1957-59 
1957-59 
1957-59 



Daniel A. O'Brien, Lancaster 
Thomas H. Keenan, Dover 
Roger E. Brasard, Manchester 
Harold Weeks. Hinsdale 
James H. Hayes, Concord 

Philip A. Robertson, Conway 
Andrew H. Jarvis, Portsmouth 
Harold Weeks, Hinsdale 
Roger E. Brassard, Manchester 
James H. Hayes, Concord 

Fred H. Fletcher. Milford 
John P. Bowler. Hanover 
Fred W. Hall, Jr., Rochester 
James H. Hayes, Concord 
Emile Simard, Manchester 



1959-61 
1959-61 
1959-61 
1959-61 
1959-61 

1961-63 
1961-63 
1961-63 
1961-63 
1961-63 

1963-65 
1963-65 
1963-65 
1963-65 
1963-65 



William A. Styles, Northumberland 
Austin F. Quinney, Exeter 
Robert L. Mallat, Jr., Keene 
James H. Hayes, Concord 
Emile Simard. Manchester 



1965-67 
1965-67 
1965-67 
1965-67 
1965-67 



Philip A. Robertson, Conway 
Royal H. Edgerly. Rochester 
Emile Simard. Manchester 
Fred H. Fletcher. Milford 
James H. Hayes, Concord 

Stephen W. Smith, Plymouth 
Robert E. Whalen, Portsmouth 
Joseph J. Acorace, Manchester 
James H. Hayes, Concord 
Bernard A. Streeter, Jr., Nashua 



1967-69 

1967-69 

1967-69* 

1967-69 

1967-69 

1969-71 
1969-71 
1969-71 
1969-71 
1969-71 



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Robert E. Whalen. Portsmouth 1 97 1 -73 

Lyle E. Hersom. Northumberland 1971-73 

John S. Walsh. Manchester 1971-73 

James H. Hayes, Concord 1971-73 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr.. Nashua 1971-73 

John F. Bridges, Bedford 1 973-75 

Lyle E. Hersom. Northumberland 1973-75 

Robert E. Whalen, Rye 1 973-75 

James H. Hayes. Concord 1973-75 

Bernard A. Streeter. Jr.. Nashua 1973-75 

Leon G. Yeaton. Dover 1 975-77 

Lyle E. Hersom. Northumberland 1975-77 

Louis D'Allesandro. Manchester 1975-77 

James H. Hayes, Concord 1975-77 

Bernard A. Streeter. Jr.. Nashua 1 975-77 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1 977-79 

Malcolm McLane, Concord 1977-79 

Louis D'Allesandro. Manchester 1977-79 

Dudley W. Dudley, Durham 1977-79 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr.. Nashua 1977-79 

Paul M. Mayette, Haverhill 1979-81 

Malcolm McLane. Concord 1979-81 

Dudley W. Dudley. Durham 1979-81 

Louis D'Allesandro. Manchester 1979-81 

Judd Gregg, Greenfield 1 979-8 1 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1981-83 

Malcolm McLane, Concord 1981-83 

Dudley W. Dudley, Durham 1 98 1 -83 

Louis Georgopoulos. Manchester 1981-83 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr.. Nashua 1981-83 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1983-85 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton 1983-85 

Dudley W. Dudley. Durham 1983-85 

Louis J. Georgopoulos. Manchester 1983-85 

Bernard A. Streeter. Jr.. Nashua 1983-85 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1985-87 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton 1 985-87 

William P. Cahill, North Hampton 1985-87 

Louis J. Georgopoulos, Manchester 1985-87 

Bernard A. Streeter. Jr., Nashua 1985-87 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1987-89 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton 1987-89 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 1987-89 

Earl A. Rinker III. Manchester 1987-89 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr.. Nashua 1987-89 

Raymond S. Burton. Bath 1989-91 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton 1989-9 1 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 1989-91 

Earl A. Rinker III. Auburn 1989-91 

Bernard A. Streeter. Jr.. Nashua 1989-91 

Raymond S. Burton. Bath 1991-93 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton 1991-93 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 1991-93 

Earl A. Rinker III. Auburn 1 99 1 -93 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr., Nashua 1991-93 



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Raymond S. Burton. Bath 1993-95 

Bob Hayes. Concord 1993-95 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 1993-95 

Earl A. Rinker III, Auburn 1993-95 

Bernard A. Streeter. Jr., Nashua 1993-95 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1995-97 

Peter J. Spaulding, Hopkinton 1995-97 

Ruth L. Griffin. Portsmouth 1995-97 

Earl A. Rinker III. Auburn 1995-97 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr.. Nashua 1995-97 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1997-99 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton 1997-99 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 1997-99 

James A. Normand. Manchester 1997-99 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr., Nashua 1997-99 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 1999-2001 

Peter J. Spaulding, Hopkinton 1 999-200 1 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 1999-2001 

Thomas Colantuono. Londonderry 1999-2001 

Bernard A. Streeter, Jr.. Nashua 1999-2001 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 2001-2003 

Peter J. Spaulding, Hopkinton 200 1 -2003 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 2001-2003 

Thomas Colantuono, Londonderry* 200 1 -2003 

David K. Wheeler, Milford 200 1 -2003 

* resigned effective December 14, 2001 to become United States Attorney 

Raymond J. Wieczorek. Manchester was elected at a special election held March 12, 2002 to complete the term 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 2003-2005 

Peter J. Spaulding, Hopkinton 2003-2005 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 2003-2005 

Raymond J. Wieczorek. Manchester 2003-2005 

David K. Wheeler, Milford 2003-2005 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 2005-2007 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton 2005-2007 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth 2005-2007 

Raymond J. Wieczorek. Manchester 2005-2007 

Debora B. Pignatelli, Nashua 2005-2007 



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THE SENATE 

The senate began under the constitution and first met in 1784. There were at first twelve 
senators who represented the five counties that then existed, five senators from Rockingham 
county, two from Strafford, two from Hillsborough, two from Cheshire, and one from 
Grafton. In 1793 senatorial districts were created to take the place of county representation 
and each district elected one senator. The elections during the early years took place in March 
and the legislature met in June annually. 

The senatorial districting of 1793 was changed over in 1803 and several times subse- 
quently. In 1878 the senate was doubled in size. In 1915 the senators were elected by plural- 
ity instead of majority vote. In previous Manuals, Volumes 55, 56, 57 and 58 a list of the 
senators from the beginning through 1948 are listed, showing the name and residence of each 
member, arranged in the order of districts, when the districts were created, and previous to 
that year, in the order of counties. 

Following is a listing of the senators from 1949 to current, showing the name and address 
of each member. 



1949 

Fred G. Hayes, Jr Berlin 

Curtis C. Cummings Colebrook 

Norman A. McMeekin Haverhill 

Guy W. Nickerson Madison 

John W. Dole Bristol 

George W. Tarlson Laconia 

Eugene S. Daniell, Jr Franklin 

J. Laban Ainsworth Claremont 

Shirley Brunei Concord 

Harold O. Pierce Walpole 

Perkins Bass Peterborough 

Erwin E. Cummings Lyndeborough 

1951 

Fred G. Hayes, Jr Berlin 

Charles H. Whittier Bethlehem 

Suzanne Loizeaux Plymouth 

Winifred G. Wild Jackson 

John W. Dole Bristol 

George W. Tarlson Laconia 

James C. Cleveland New London 

Lena A. Read Plainfield 

Stanley M. Brown Bradford 

Burleigh Robert Darling Keene 

Ralph A. Blake Swanzey 

Blaylock Atherton Nashua 



50 

Aldege A. Noel Nashua 

Ralph M. Wiggin Bedford 

Sara E. Otis Concord 

Robert P. Bingham Manchester 

Marye Walsh Caron Manchester 

Thomas B. O'Malley Manchester 

Raoul J. Lalumiere Manchester 

Thomas C. Burbank Rochester 

Charles F. Hartnett Dover 

Augustus F. Butman Derry 

Doris M. Spollett Hampstead 

Arthur J. Reinhart Portsmouth 

■52 

Louis W. Paquette Nashua 

Nathan A. Tirrell Goffstown 

Sara E. Otis Concord 

J. Walker Wiggin Manchester 

Marye Walsh Caron Manchester 

Thomas B. O'Malley Manchester 

Raoul J. Lalumiere Manchester 

Thomas H. Burbank Rochester 

Charles F. Hartnett Dover 

Augustus F. Butman Derry 

Margery W. Graves Brentwood 

Thornton N. Weeks, Sr Greenland 



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1953 

Fred G. Hayes, Jr Berlin 

Curtis C. Cummings Colebrook 

Fred Kelley Littleton 

Perley C. Knox Sandwich 

Lane Dwinell Lebanon 

Otto G. Keller Laconia 

James C. Cleveland New London 

Jesse Richard Rowell Newport 

Majorie M. Greene Concord 

A. Harold Kendall Surry 

Katharine Jackson Dublin 

Frederic H. Fletcher Milford 

1955 

Laurier A. Lamontagne Berlin 

Daniel A. O'Brien Lancaster 

Norman A. McMeekin Haverhill 

Fred H. Washburn Bartlett 

A.H. Matthews New Hampton 

Otto G. Keller Laconia 

James C. Cleveland New London 

J. Laban Ainsworth Claremont 

John R. Powell Sutton 

Irene Weed Landers Keene 

Robert English Hancock 

J. Wesley Colburn Nashua 

1957 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Daniel A. O'Brien Lancaster 

Ida M. Horner Thornton 

Forrest W. Hodgdon Tuftonboro 

Edward J. Bennett Bristol 

James P. Rogers Laconia 

James C. Cleveland New London 

Margaret B. DeLude Unity 

Elmer M. Anderson Concord 

E. Everett Rhodes Walpole 

Robert English Hancock 

Nelle L. Holmes Amherst 

1959 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Curtis C. Cummings Colebrook 

Eda C. Martin Littleton 

Neil C. Cates North Conway 

Edward J. Bennett Bristol 

James P. Rogers Laconia 

James C. Cleveland New London 

Joseph D. Vaughan Newport 

Philip S. Dunlap Hopkinton 

Charles C. Eaton Stoddard 

Robert English Hancock 

Nelle L. Holmes Amherst 



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Louis W. Paquette Nashua 

Nathan A. Tirrell Goffstown 

Stewart Nelson Concord 

Norman A. Packard Manchester 

Marye Walsh Caron Manchester 

Francis J. Heroux Manchester 

Paul H. Daniel Manchester 

Maurice A. Jones Rochester 

Frederick C. Smalley Dover 

Benjamin C. Adams Derry 

Margery W. Graves Brentwood 

Charles T. Durell Portsmouth 

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Louis W. Paquette Nashua 

Eralsey C. Ferguson Pittsfield 

Raymond K. Perkins Concord 

Norman A. Packard Manchester 

Marye Walsh Caron Manchester 

Thomas B. O'Malley Manchester 

Paul H. Daniel Manchester 

J. Paul LaRoche Rochester 

Frederick C. Smalley Dover 

Benjamin C. Adams Derry 

Dean B. Merrill Hampton 

Harry H. Foote Portsmouth 

58 

Louis W. Paquette Nashua 

Eralsey C. Ferguson Pittsfield 

Herbert W. Rainie Concord 

Norman A. Packard Manchester 

Marye Walsh Caron Manchester 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Paul H. Daniel Manchester 

Lucien E. Bergeron Rochester 

Paul G. Karkavelas Dover 

Benjamin C. Adams Derry 

Dean B. Merrill Hampton 

Cecil C. Humphreys New Castle 

60 

Louis W. Paquette Nashua 

John E. Bunten Dunbarton 

Charles H. Cheney, Sr Concord 

Norman A. Packard Manchester 

Marye Walsh Caron Manchester 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Paul H. Daniel Manchester 

Lucien E. Bergeron Rochester 

Paul G. Karkavelas Dover 

Benjamin C. Adams Derry 

Nathan T. Battles Kingston 

Cecil C. Humphreys New Castle 



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1961 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Arthur M. Drake Lancaster 

Norman A. McMeekin Haverhill 

Howard P. Sawyer Brookfield 

Robert S. Monahan Hanover 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

James C. Cleveland New London 

Marion L. Philips Claremont 

Philip S. Dunlap Hopkinton 

Charles C. Eaton Stoddard 

Robert English Hancock 

Nelle L. Holmes Amherst 



-62 

Louis W. Paquette Nashua 

John E. Bunten Dunbarton 

Charles H. Cheney, Sr Concord 

Samuel Green Manchester 

Marye Walsh Caron Manchester 

Paul E. Provost , Manchester 

Paul H. Daniel Manchester 

Lucien E. Bergeron Rochester 

Thomas C. Dunnington Dover 

Frank T. Buckley Deny 

Nathan T. Battles Kingston 

Cecil Chas. Humphreys New Castle 



1963 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Arthur M. Drake Lancaster 

Lester E. Mitchell, Sr Campton 

Forrest W. Hodgdon Tuftonboro 

Robert S. Monahan Hanover 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

Nelson E. Howard Franklin 

Margaret B. DeLude Unity 

Philip S. Dunlap Hopkinton 

Arthur Olson, Jr Keene 

Robert English Hancock 

Nelle L. Holmes Amherst 



-64 

Louis W. Paquette Nashua 

Russell R. Carter Hooksett 

Herbert W. Rainie Concord 

Samuel Green Manchester 

Louis I. Martel Manchester 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Kenneth E. Hartman Derry 

Louis P. Chasse Somersworth 

Paul G. Karkavelas Dover 

Nathan T. Battles Kingston 

Douglass E. Hunter, Sr Hampton 

Robert E. Whalen Portsmouth 



1965-66 



Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

EdaC. Martin Littleton 

Lester E. Mitchell, Sr Campton 

Stewart Lamprey Moultonborough 

William R. Johnson Hanover 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

Nelson E. Howard Franklin 

James A. Saggiotes Newport 

William P. Gove Concord 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Robert English Hancock 

Creeley S. Buchanan Amherst 



Louis W. Paquette Nashua** 

Richard D. Riley Hooksett 

Paul A. Rinden Concord 

Dorothy Green Manchester 

Louis I. Martel Manchester 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Thomas Waterhouse, Jr Windham 

Lucien E. Bergeron Rochester 

Molly O'Gara Dover* 

J. Arthur Tufts, Jr Exeter 

Douglass E. Hunter, Sr Hampton 

Eileen Foley Portsmouth 



*Special election — Paul G. Karkavelas — resigned. 
**Died in office — Thomas J. Claveau elected at special election. 



1967 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Wilfred J. Larty Haverhill* 

Stewart Lamprey Moultonborough 

Calvin J. Langford Raymond 

Howard C. Townsend Lebanon 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

Nelson E. Howard Franklin 

Harry V. Spanos Newport 

John PH. Chandler, Jr Warner 

John R. Bradshaw Keene 

Robert English Hancock 

Creeley S. Buchanan Amherst 

*Died in office. 



68 

Richard W. Leonard Nashua 

Richard D. Riley Hooksett 

William P. Gove Concord 

Lorenzo P. Gauthier Manchester 

Henry P. Sullivan Manchester 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Thomas Waterhouse, Jr Windham 

Lucien E. Bergeron Rochester 

James Koromilas Dover 

Thomas J. Claveau Hudson 

Arthur Tufts Exeter 

Eileen Foley Portsmouth 



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1969-70 



Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Charles F. Armstrong Littleton 

George Gilman Farmington 

Stewart Lamprey Moultonborough* 

Howard C. Townsend Lebanon 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

Alf E. Jacobson New London 

Harry V. Spanos Newport 

John P.H. Chandler, Jr Warner 

John R. Bradshaw Nelson 

Robert English Hancock 

Creeley S. Buchanan Amherst** 



Richard W. Leonard Nashua 

Richard F. Ferdinando Manchester 

William P. Gove Concord 

Lorenzo P. Gauthier Manchester 

Elmer T. Bourque Manchester 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Russell A. Mason Brentwood 

Ronald J. Marcotte Rollinsford 

James Koromilas Dover 

Thomas J. Claveau Hudson 

Arthur Tufts Exeter 

Eileen Foley Portsmouth 



*Resigned — Lester E. Mitchell elected at special election. 
**Resigned — Frederick A. Porter elected at special election. 



1971 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Andrew W. Poulsen Littleton 

Stephen W. Smith Plymouth 

Edward A. Snell Barrington 

Howard C. Townsend Lebanon 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

Alf E. Jacobson New London 

Harry V. Spanos Newport 

David L. Nixon New Boston 

John R. Bradshaw Nelson 

Robert English Hancock 

Frederick A. Porter Amherst 

1973 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Andrew W. Poulsen Littleton 

Stephen W. Smith Plymouth 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

David Hammond Bradley Hanover 

Richard P. Green Rochester 

Alf E. Jacobson New London 

Harry V. Spanos Newport 

David L. Nixon New Boston 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

C.R. Trowbridge Dublin 

Frederick A. Porter Amherst 

1975 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Andrew W. Poulsen Littleton 

Stephen W. Smith Plymouth 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

David Hammond Bradley Hanover 

Louis E. Bergeron Rochester 

Alf E. Jacobson New London 

James A. Saggiotes Newport 

Robert B. Monier Goffstown 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

C.R. Trowbridge Dublin 

D. Alan Rock Nashua 



72 

Richard W. Leonard Nashua 

Richard F. Ferdinando Manchester 

Roger A. Smith Concord 

George H. Morrisett Manchester 

William J. McCarthy Manchester 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Ward B. Brown Hampstead 

Ronald J. Marcotte Rollinsford 

James Koromilas Dover 

Delbert F. Downing Salem 

Arthur Tufts Exeter 

Eileen Foley Portsmouth 

74 

John H. McLaughlin Nashua 

Thomas J. Claveau Hudson 

Roger A. Smith Concord 

Richard F. Ferdinando Manchester 

William E. Sanborn Deerfield 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Ward B. Brown Hampstead 

Robert F. Bossie Manchester 

Walworth Johnson Dover 

Delbert F. Downing Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

Eileen Foley Portsmouth 

76 

John H. McLaughlin Nashua 

Thomas J. Claveau Hudson 

Roger A. Smith Concord 

Richard F. Ferdinando Manchester 

William E. Sanborn Deerfield 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Ward B. Brown Hampstead 

Robert F. Bossie Manchester 

Robert Fennelly Dover 

Delbert F. Downing Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

Eileen Foley Portsmouth 



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1977. 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Andrew W. Poulsen Littleton 

Stephen W. Smith Plymouth 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

David Hammond Bradley Hanover 

Louis E. Bergeron Rochester 

Alf E. Jacobson New London 

James A. Saggiotes Newport 

Robert B. Monier Goffstown 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

C.R. Trowbridge Dublin 

D. Alan Rock Nashua 

1979 

Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Andrew W. Poulsen Littleton 

Raymond K. Conley Sandwich 

Edith B. Gardner Gilford 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

Louis E. Bergeron Rochester 

Peter Allen Wilmot 

James A. Saggiotes Newport 

Robert B. Monier Goffstown 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Arthur F. Mann Peterborough 

D. Alan Rock Nashua 



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John H. McLaughlin Nashua 

Phyllis M. Keene Hudson 

Mary Louise Hancock Concord 

Walter E Healy Manchester 

William E. Sanborn Deerfield 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Ward B. Brown Hampstead 

Robert F. Bossie Manchester 

Robert Fennelly Dover 

Delbert F. Downing Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

Eileen Foley Portsmouth 

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John H. McLaughlin Nashua 

Thomas J. Claveau Hudson 

Mary Louise Hancock Concord 

Frank A. Wageman Manchester 

William E. Sanborn Deerfield 

Paul E. Provost Manchester 

Ward B. Brown Hampstead 

Norman E. Champagne Manchester 

Robert Fennelly Dover 

Vesta M. Roy Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

James R. Splaine Portsmouth 



1981-82 



Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

**Andrew W. Poulsen Littleton 

Raymond K. Conley, Jr Sandwich 

George E. Freese, Jr Pittsfield 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

Louis E. Bergeron Rochester 

John PH. Chandler, Jr Warner 

George I. Wiggins Sunapee 

Robert B. Monier Goffstown 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Arthur F. Mann Peterborough 



Richard E. Boyer Nashua 

Vance R. Kelley Londonderry 

Harold L. Rice Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

William E. Sanborn Deerfield 

Robert Stephen Manchester 

***Ward B. Brown Hampstead 

Norman E. Champagne Manchester 

Leo E. Lessard Dover 

Vesta M. Roy Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

James R. Splaine Portsmouth 



*D. Alan Rock Nashua 

*Died in Office - John P. Stabile II elected at special election. **Died in Office - Greta I. Poulsen 
elected at special election. ***Resigned - William S. Bartlett, Jr. elected at special election. 

1983-84 



#Laurier Lamontagne Berlin 

Greta I. Poulsen Littleton 

Roderick Allen Ossipee 

George E. Freese, Jr Pittsfield 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

*Louis E. Bergeron Rochester 

John PH. Chandler, Jr Warner 

George I Wiggins Sunapee 

Minnie F. Carswell Merrimack 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Jean T. White Rindge 

John P. Stabile, II Nashua 



Richard E. Boyer Nashua 

***Vance R. Kelly Londonderry 

Susan McLane Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

William A. Johnson Northwood 

Robert A. Stephen Manchester 

William S. Bartlett, Jr Kingston 

**Norman E. Champagne Manchester 

Leo E. Lessard Dover 

Vesta M. Roy Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

James R. Splaine Portsmouth 



#Died in Office. *Resigned - Edward C. Dupont elected at special election. **Resigned - James R. 
St. Jean elected at special election. ***Resigned - Rhona M. Charbonneau elected at special election. 



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1985 

Charles D. Bond Jefferson 

Mark Hounsell Groton 

Roger Heath Sandwich 

George E. Freese, Jr. Pittsrield 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

Edward C. Dupont Rochester 

John RH. Chandler, Jr Warner 

George I Wiggins Sunapee 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Jean T. White Rindge 

John P. Stabile, II Nashua 

1987- 

Charles D. Bond Jefferson 

Mark Hounsell Hill 

Roger Heath Sandwich 

George E. Freese. Jr Pittsrield 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

Edward C. Dupont Rochester 

John PH. Chandler, Jr Warner 

George F. Disnard Claremont 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Jean T. White Rindge 

Barbara B. Pressly Nashua 

1989 

Charles D. Bond Jefferson 

Wayne D. King Rumney 

Roger Heath Sandwich 

George E. Freese, Jr. Pittsrield 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

Edward C. Dupont Rochester 

David P. Currier Henniker 

George F. Disnard Claremont 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Charles F. Bass Peterborough 

Thomas P. Magee Nashua 

1991 

Otto H. Oleson Gorham 

Wayne D. King Rumney 

Roger Heath Sandwich 

Leo W. Fraser, Jr Pittsrield 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

Edward C. Dupont, Jr Rochester 

David P. Currier Henniker 

George F. Disnard Claremont 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Charles F. Bass Peterborough 

Barbara B. Pressly Nashua 



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Richard E. Boyer Nashua 

Rhona M. Charbonneau Hudson 

Susan McLane Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

William A. Johnson Northwood 

Robert A. Stephen Manchester 

William S. Bartlett, Jr Kingston 

James R. St. Jean Manchester 

Leo E. Lessard Dover 

Vesta M. Roy Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

Ruth L. Griffin Portsmouth 

88 

Mary S. Nelson Nashua 

Rhona M. Charbonneau Hudson 

Susan McLane Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

William A. Johnson Northwood 

Robert A. Stephen Manchester 

William S. Bartlett, Jr Kingston 

James R. St. Jean Manchester 

Franklin G. Torr Dover 

Joseph L. Delahunty Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

Elaine S. Krasker Portsmouth 

90 

Mary S. Nelson Nashua 

Rhona M. Charbonneau Hudson 

Susan McLane Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

William A. Johnson Northwood 

Robert A. Stephen Manchester 

William S. Bartlett, Jr Kingston 

James R. St. Jean Manchester 

Franklin G. Torr Dover 

Joseph L. Delahunty Salem 

Robert F. Preston Hampton 

Elaine S. Krasker Portsmouth 

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Mary S. Nelson Nashua 

Thomas Colantuono Londonderry 

Susan McLane Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

Gordon J. Humphrey Chichester 

John A. King Manchester 

Richard Russman Kingston 

James R. St. Jean Manchester 

Jeanne Shaheen Madbury 

Joseph L. Delahunty Salem 

Beverly Hollingworth Hampton 

Burt Cohen New Castle 



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1993 

Carole Lamirande Berlin 

Wayne D. King Rumney 

Kenneth J. MacDonald Wolfeboro 

Leo W. Fraser, Jr Pittsfield 

Ralph Degnan Hough Lebanon 

George A. Lovejoy Rochester 

David R Currier Henniker 

George F. Disnard Claremont 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

David K. Wheeler Milford 

Barbara J. Baldizar Nashua 



-94 

Debora B. Pignatelli Nashua 

Thomas Colantuono Londonderry 

Susan McLane Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

John S. Barnes, Jr Raymond 

John A. King Manchester 

Richard Russman Kingston 

Ann J. Bourque Manchester 

Jeanne Shaheen Madbury 

Joseph L. Delahunty Salem 

Beverly A. Hollingworth Hampton 

Burt Cohen New Castle 



1995 

Frederick W. King, Sr Colebrook 

Edward Gordon Bristol 

Carl R. Johnson Meredith 

Leo W. Fraser, Jr Pittsfield 

Jim Rubens Hanover 

George A. Lovejoy Rochester 

David P. Currier Henniker 

Beverly T. Rodeschin Newport 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

David K. Wheeler Milford 

Thomas P. Stawasz Hollis 



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Debora B. Pignatelli Nashua 

Thomas Colantuono Londonderry 

Sylvia B. Larsen Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

John S. Barnes, Jr Raymond 

John A. King Manchester 

Richard Russman Kingston 

Richard Danais Manchester 

Jeanne Shaheen Madbury 

Joseph L. Delahunty Salem 

Bruce W. Keough Exeter 

Burt Cohen New Castle 



1997 

Frederick W. King, Sr Colebrook 

Edward Gordon Bristol 

Carl R. Johnson Meredith 

Leo W. Fraser, Jr Pittsfield 

Jim Rubens Hanover 

Caroline McCarley Rochester 

Amy Patenaude Henniker 

Allen L. Whipple Claremont 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

David K. Wheeler Milford 

James Squires Hollis 



■98 

Debora B. Pignatelli Nashua 

Gary R. Francoeur Hudson 

Sylvia B. Larsen Concord 

Eleanor P. Podles Manchester 

John S. Barnes, Jr Raymond 

John A. King Manchester 

Richard Russman Kingston 

Richard Danais Manchester 

Katie Wheeler Durham 

Joseph L. Delahunty Salem 

Beverly A. Hollingworth Hampton 

Burt Cohen New Castle 



1999 

Frederick W. King, Sr Colebrook 

Edward Gordon Bristol 

Carl R. Johnson Meredith 

Leo W. Fraser, Jr Pittsfield 

Clifton Below Lebanon 

Caroline McCarley Rochester 

Rick A. Trombly Boscawen 

George F. Disnard Claremont 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Clesson J. Blaisdell Keene 

Mark Fernald Sharon 

James W. Squires Hollis 



-2000 

Debora B. Pignatelli Nashua 

Gary R. Francoeur Hudson 

Sylvia B. Larsen Concord 

Patricia Krueger Manchester 

Mary E. Brown Chichester 

John A. King Manchester 

Richard Russman Kingston 

Lou D'AUesandro Manchester 

Katie Wheeler Durham 

Arthur P. Klemm, Jr Windham 

Beverly A. Hollingworth Hampton 

Burton J. Cohen New Castle 



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2001 

Harold W. Burns Whitefield 

Edward Gordon Bristol 

Carl R. Johnson Meredith 

Robert K. Boyce Alton 

Clifton Below Lebanon 

Caroline McCarley Rochester 

Robert B. Flanders Antrim 

George F. Disnard Claremont 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Tom Eaton Keene 

Mark Fernald Sharon 

Jane E. O'Hearn Nashua 



2002 

Debora B. Pignatelli Nashua 

Gary R. Francoeur Hudson 

Sylvia B. Larsen Concord 

Ted Gatsas Manchester 

John S. Barnes, Jr. Raymond 

Daniel R O'Neil Manchester 

Russell Edward Prescott Kingston 

Lou D'Allesandro Manchester 

Katie Wheeler Durham 

Arthur R Klemm, Jr Windham 

Beverly A. Hollingworth Hampton 

Burton J. Cohen New Castle 



2003 

John Gallus Berlin 

Carl R. Johnson Meredith 

Joseph D. Kenney Wakefield 

Robert K. Boyce Alton 

Clifton Below Lebanon 

Richard Green Rochester 

Robert B. Flanders Antrim 

Bob Odell Lempster 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Tom Eaton Keene 

Andrew R. Peterson Peterborough 

Jane E. O'Hearn Nashua 



2004 

Joseph A. Foster Nashua 

Robert Clegg, Jr Hudson 

Sylvia B. Larsen Concord 

Ted Gatsas Manchester 

John S. Barnes, Jr Raymond 

Andre Martel Manchester 

Frank V. Sapareto Derry 

Lou D'Allesandro Manchester 

Iris Estabrook Durham 

Chuck Morse Salem 

Russell Prescott Kingston 

Burton J. Cohen New Castle 



2005 

John T. Gallus Berlin 

Carl R. Johnson Meredith 

Joseph D. Kenney Wakefield 

Robert K. Boyce Alton 

Peter Hoe Burling Cornish 

Richard Green Rochester 

Robert B. Flanders Antrim 

Bob Odell Lempster 

Sheila Roberge Bedford 

Tom Eaton Keene 

Peter Bragdon Milford 

David Gottesman Nashua 



2006 

Joe Foster Nashua 

Robert Clegg Hudson 

Sylvia B. Larsen Concord 

Theodore Gatsas Manchester 

John S. Barnes, Jr Raymond 

Andre A. Martel Manchester 

Bob Letourneau Derry 

Lou D'Allesandro Manchester 

Iris W. Estabrook Durham 

Chuck Morse Salem 

Maggie Wood Hassan Exeter 

Martha Fuller Clark Portsmouth 








CARL R.JOHNSON 
District No. 2 




>ETER HOE BURLING 

District No. 5 




JOHN T. GALLUS 
District No. 1 




i m^ 

ROBERT K. BOYCE 

District No. 4 












JOSEPH D. KENNEY 
District No. 3 




RICHARD GREEN 

District No. 6 



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MAGGIE WOOD HASSAN 
District No. 23 








CHUCK MORSE 
District No. 22 



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IRIS ESTABROOK 

District No. 21 




MARTHA FULLER CLAJ 
District No. 24 







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Chief Justices 



Name 

Meshech Weare 

Samuel Livermore 

Josiah Bartlett 

John Pickering 

Simeon Olcott 

Jeremiah Smith 

Arthur Livermore 

Jeremiah Smith 

Wm. Merchant Richardson 

Joel Parker 

John James Gilchrist 

Andrew Salter Woods 

Ira Perley 

Samuel Dana Bell 

Ira Perley 

Henry Adams Bellows 

Jonathan Everett Sargent 

Edmund Lambert Cushing 

Charles Doe 

Alonzo Philetus Carpenter 

Lewis Whitehouse Clark 

Isaac Newton Blodgett 

Frank Nesmith Parsons 

Robert James Peaslee 

John Eliot Allen 

Thomas Littlefield Marble 

Oliver Winslow Branch 

Francis Wayland Johnston 

Frank Rowe Kenison 

Edward J. Lampron 

William A. Grimes 

John W. King 

David A. Brock 

John T. Broderick, Jr. 



Leverett Hubbard 
Matthew Thornton 
John Wentworth 
Woodbury Langdon 
Josiah Bartlett 
William Whipple 
John Dudley 
Woodbury Langdon 
Simeon Olcott 
Timothy Farrar 
Ebenezer Thompson 
Daniel Newcomb 
Edward St. Loe Livermore 
Paine Wingate 
Arthur Livermore 
William King Atkinson 
Richard Evans 
Jonathan Steele 
Clifton Claggett 
Caleb Ellis 
Arthur Livermore 
Samuel Bell 
Levi Woodbury 
Samuel Green 
John Harris 
Joel Parker 



Justices 



Term 

1776-1782 

1782-1790 

1790 

1790-1795 

1795-1802 

1802-1809 

1809-1813 

1813-1816 

1816-1838 

1838-1848 

1848-1855 

1855 

1855-1859 

1859-1864 

1864-1869 

1869-1873 

1873-1874 

1874-1876 

1876-1896 

1896-1898 

1898 



U 



1902 



1902 
1924 



1924-1934 
1934-1943 
1943-1946 
1946-1949 
1949-1952 
1952-1977 
1978-1979 
1979-1981 
1981-1986 
1986-2003 
2004- 



1776 
1776 
1776 
1782- 
1782 
1783 
1784 
1786 
1790 
1791 
1795 
1796 
1797 
1798 
1799 
1803 
1809 
1810 
1812 
1813 
1813 
1816 
1816 
1819 
1823 
1833 



1785 
1782 
1781 
1783 
1790 
1785 
1797 
1791 
1795 
1803 
1796 
1798 
1799 
1809 
1809 
1805 
1813 
1812 
1813 
1816 
1816 
1819 
1823 
1840 
1833 
1838 



JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT 1 1 1 



Name Term 

Nathaniel Gookin Upham 1833-1842 

Leonard Wilcox 1838-1840 

John James Gilchrist 1 840- 1 848 

Andrew Salter Woods 1 840- 1 855 

Leonard Wilcox ] 848- 1 850 

Ira Allen Eastman 1849-1859 

Samuel Dana Bell 1849-1859 

IraPerley 1850-1852 

George Yeaton Sawyer 1 855- 1 859 

Asa Fowler 1855-1861 

Jonathan Everett Sargent 1 859- 1 873 

Henry Adams Bellows 1 859- 1 869 

Charles Doe 1859-1874 

George Washington Nesmith 1 859- 1 870 

William Henry Bartlett 1861-1 867 

Jeremiah Smith 1867-1874 

William Lawrence Foster 1869-1874 

William Spencer Ladd 1870-1876 

Ellery Albee Hibbard 1873-1874 

Isaac William Smith 1 874- 1876 

William Lawrence Foster 1 876- 1 88 1 

Clinton Warrington Stanley 1 876- 1 884 

Aaron Worcester Saw yer 1876-1 877 

George Azro Bingham 1876-1880 

Wm. Henry Harrison Allen 1876-1 893 

Isaac William Smith 1877-1895 

Lewis Whitehouse Clark 1 877- 1 898 

Isaac New ton Blodgett 1 880- 1 898 

Alonzo Philetus Carpenter 1881-1896 

George Azro Bingham 1 884- 1 89 1 

William Martin Chase 1891-1907 

Robert Moore Wallace 1893-1901 

Frank Nesmith Parsons 1895-1902 

Robert Gordon Pike 1 896- 1 90 1 

Robert James Peaslee 1 898- 1 90 1 

John Edwin Young 1898-1901 

Rueben Eugene Walker 1 90 1 - 1 92 1 

James Waldron Remick 1901-1904 

George Hutchins Bingham 1902-1913 

John Edwin Young 1904-1925 

Robert James Peaslee 1 908- 1 924 

William Alberto Plummer 1913-1925 

Leslie Perkins Snow 1921-1932 

John Eliot Allen 1 924- 1 934 

Thomas Littlefield Marble 1925-1946 

Oliver Winslow Branch 1926-1946 

Peter Woodbury 1933-1941 

Elw in Lawrence Page 1934-1946 

Henri Alphonse B urque 1 94 1 - 1 947 

Francis Way land Johnston 1943-1949 

Frank Ro we Kenison 1946-1952 

Laurence Ilsley Duncan 1946-1976 

Amos Noyes Blandin. Jr. 1947-1966 

Edward John Lampron 1949-1978 

John Richard Goodnow 1952-1957 

Stephen Morse Wheeler 1957-1967 

William Al van Grimes 1 966- 1 979 

Robert Frederick Griffin 1 967- 1 976 

Maurice Paul Bois 1976-1983 

Charles Gwynne Douglas III 1977-1985 

David A. Brock 1978-1986 

John W.King 1979-1981 

William F. Batchelder 1981-1995 

David H. Souter 1983-1990 

William R. Johnson 1985-1999 

W. Stephen Thayer III 1986-2000 

Sherman D. Horton. Jr. 1990-2000 

John T. Broderick. Jr. 1995-2004 

Joseph P. Nadeau 2000- 

Linda Stewart Dalianis 2000- 

James E. Duggan 2000- 

Richard E. Galway 2004- 



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Chief Justices 
1901-Present 



Name 

Robert M. Wallace 
Robert Gordon Pike 
Robert Nelson Chamberlain 
John Kivel 

Oliver Winslow Branch 
William Henry Sawyer 
Henri Alphonse Burque 
Oscar Lyman Young 
H. Thornton Lorimer 
Amos Noyes Blandin, Jr. 
John Richard Goodnow 
Stephen Morse Wheeler 
John Henry Leahy 
William Woodbury Keller 
Martin F. Loughlin 
Richard P. Dunfey 
Joseph A. DiClerico. Jr. 
Joseph P. Nadeau 
Walter L. Murphy 
Robert J. Lynn 

*died in office 



Term 



1901- 


1913 


1913- 

1 O 1 1 


1917 


ty i / 
1917-1924 


1924-1925 


1926- 


1937 


1937-1941 


1941- 


1944 


1944- 


1945 


1945- 


1947 


1947- 


1952 


1952- 


1957 


1957-1970 


1971- 


■1978 


1978 


■1979 


1979 


■1991* 


1991 


-1992 


1992 


-2000 


2000 


-2003 


2004 





Associate Justices 
1901-Present 



Name 

Robert Gordon Pike 
Robert James Peaslee 
John Edwin Young 
Robert Nelson Chamberlain 
William Alberto Plummer 
John Michael Mitchell 
John Kivel 

Oliver Winslow Branch 
William Henry Sawyer 
John Eliot Allen 
Thomas Littlefield Marble 
Henri Alphonse Burque 
Robert Doe 
Oscar Lyman Young 
John Scammon 
Joseph Swett Matthews 
Eri Cogswell Oakes 
Elwin Lawrence Page 
Peter Woodbury 
Warren William James 
H. Thornton Lorimer 
Francis Wayland Johnston 
Aloysius Joseph Connor 
Amos Noyes Blandin, Jr. 
John Richard Goodnow 
Stephen Morse Wheeler 
Laurence Ilsley Duncan 
John Edward Tobin 
John Henry Leahy 
Harold Earl Wescott 
Edward John Lampron 



Term 



1901- 


1913 


1901- 


1907 


1901- 


1910 


1904- 


1917 


1907- 


1913 


1910-1912 


1913- 


1917 


1913-1924 


1913- 


1926 


1917-1924 


1917- 


1925 


1924-1937 


1924-1925 


1925- 


1941 


1925- 


1935 


1926-1931 


1927- 


1931 


1931 


1934 


1932 


■1933 


1933- 


1945 


1934-1944 


1935 


-1943 


1937 


-1945 


1941 


-1945 


1943 


-1952 


1944 


-1952 


1945 


-1946 


1945 


-1947 


1945 


-1957 


1947 


-1957 


1947 


-1949 



JUSTICES OF THE SUPERIOR COURT 1 1 3 



Name Term 

William Ah an Grimes 1947-1966 

Dennis Edward Sullivan 1949-1964 

Robert Frederick Griffith 1952-1967 

George Richard Grant. Jr. 1953-1973 

William Woodbury Keller 1957-1971 

Thomas Jefferson Morris 1957-1975 

Martin Francis Loughlin 1963-1978 

Richard Paul Dunfey 1965-1979 

Hugh Henry Bovvnes 1966-1968 

Charles James Flynn 1967-1988 

William Reynold Johnson 1 969- 1986 

John William King 1969-1979 

Francis Eaton Perkins 1969-1977 

William Foster Batchelder 1970-1981 

Wayne James Mullavey 1971-1983 

William Francis Cann 1971-1987 

Maurice Paul Bois 1973-1976 

Charles Gwynne Douglas III 1974-1976 

Frederick Donald Goode 1975-1995 

David Allen Brock 1976-1978 

Joseph Anthony DiClerico, Jr. 1977-1992 

Arthur E. Bean. Jr. 1977-1987 

David H. Souter 1978-1983 

Louis C. Wyman 1978-1987 

Charles J. Contas 1978-1989 

Carl O. Randall 1 979. 1 9^0 

Robert H. Temple 1979-1992 

George S. Pappagianis 1980-1989 

Linda Stewart Dal ianis 1980-2000 

Vincent P. Dunn 1981-1991 

Joseph P. Nadeau 1 98 1 - 1 992 

Robert B. Dickson 1983-1994 

Douglas Roberts Gray 1983-1998 

William Jennings O'Neil 1983-1994 

Walter Murphy 1983-2000 

W. Stephen Thayer III 1 984- 1 986 

George L. Manias 1985-2000 

Peter W.Smith 1985- 

Philip S. Hollman 1985-2002 

Margaret Q. Flynn 1986-1992 

Robert E.K. Morrill 1986- 

Kenneth R. McHugh 1986- 

William J. Groff 1987- 

Philip P. Mangones 1987- 

Bruce Mohl 1988- 

Harold W. Perkins 1988- 

James J. Barry, Jr. 1988- 

James D. O'Neill III 1988- 

Kathleen A. McGuire 1989- 

Bernard J. Hampsey, Jr. 1990- 

Patricia C. Coffey 1991- 

David B. Sullivan 1991- 

Larry M. Smukler 1992- 

Peter H. Fauver 1992- 

Arthur D. Brennan 1992- 

Carol Ann Conboy 1992- 

John P. Arnold 1992- 

Edward J. Fitzgerald III 1992- 

RobertJ. Lynn 1992-2004 

Gillian Leigh Abramson 1994- 

Richard E. Galway 1995-2004 

Tina L. Nadeau 1996- 

Jean K. Burling 1999- 

Steven M. Houran 2001- 

John M. Lewis 2001- 

Gary E. Hicks 2001- 

Timothy J. Vaughn 2002- 



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UNITED STATES SENATORS FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE 

The following is a list of the senators from this state, and the years of service. One of the 
first senators, John Langdon, was chosen president pro tempore of the first national senate 
in 1789 and presided over that body until Vice-President John Adams qualified as president 
of the senate by virtue of his office as vice-president. Senator Langdon was again elected 
president in the second senate in 1792-3. Senator Samuel Livermore was elected president 
of the fourth senate in 1795-6 and of the sixth senate in 1799-1800. Senator Daniel Clark 
was elected president of the thirty-eighth senate in 1863-64. Senator Jacob H. Gallinger was 
elected president of the sixty-second senate in 1911-13. Senator George H. Moses was 
elected president pro tempore in 1925, re-elected 1927, 1929, 1931. 

Senator Styles Bridges was elected president pro tempore of the eighty-third senate, 
1953-1954. 

Name and Residence Term 

Paine Wingate, Stratham 1 789-93 

John Langdon, Portsmouth 1 789- 1 80 1 

Samuel Livermore, Holderness 1 793- 1 80 1 

Simeon Olcott, Charlestown 1 80 1 -05 

James Sheafe, Portsmouth 1801-02 

William Plumer, Epping 1802-07 

Nicholas Gilman, Exeter 1 805- 1 4 

Nahum Parker. Fitzwilliam 1807-10 

Charles Cutts, Portsmouth 1810-13 

Jeremiah Mason, Portsmouth 1813-17 

Thomas W. Thompson, Concord 1814-17 

David L. Morrill, Goffstown 1817-23 

Clement Storer, Portsmouth 1817-19 

John F. Parrott, Portsmouth 1819-25 

Samuel Bell, Chester 1823-35 

Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth 1 825-3 1 , 4 1 ,45 

Isaac Hill, Concord 1831-36 

Henry Hubbard, Charlestown 1835-41 

John Page, Haverhill 1 836-37 

Franklin Pierce, Hillsborough 1837-42 

Leonard Wilcox, Orford 1 842-43 

Charles G. Atherton, Nashua 1 843-49, 1 853 

Benning W. Jenness, Strafford 1845-46 

Joseph Cilley, Nottingham 1846-47 

John P. Hale, Dover 1847-53,55-65 

Moses Norris, Jr., Manchester 1849-55 

Jared W. Williams, Lancaster 1853-55 

John S. Wells, Exeter 1855 

James Bell, Laconia 1855-57 

Daniel Clark, Manchester 1857-66 

Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon 1865-77 

George G. Fogg, Concord 1 866-67 

James W. Patterson, Hanover 1867-73 

Bainbridge Wadleigh, Milford 1873-79 

Edward H. Rollins, Concord 1 877-83 

Charles H. Bell, Exeter 1879 

Henry W. Blair, Plymouth 1879-91 

Note: Dr. John Goddard of Portsmouth, a Federalist, was elected senator in 1813, but declined. 



U.S. SENATORS 1 1 5 



Austin F. Pike, Franklin 1 883-86 

Person C. Cheney, Manchester 1 886-87 

William E. Chandler, Concord 1887-89, 89-1901 

Gilman Marston, Exeter 1889 

Jacob H. Gallinger. Concord.r 1891-1918 ® 

Henry E. Burnham. Manchester.r 1901-13 

Henry F. Hollis, Concord.d 1913-19 

Irving W. Drew, Lancaster.r 1918 

George H. Moses, Concord.r 1918-33 

Henry W. Keyes, Haverhill.r 1919-37 

Fred H. Brown, Somersvvorth.d 1933-39 

H. Styles Bridges, Concord.r 1937-61 © 

Charles W. Tobey, Temple.r 1939-53 ® 

Robert W. Upton, Concord.r 1953-54 

Norris Cotton, Lebanon.r 1954-75® 

Maurice J. Murphy, Jr.. Portsmouth.r 1961-62 

Thomas J. Mclntyre, Laconia.d 1962-79 © 

Louis C. Wyman, Manchester.r 1975 # 

John A. Durkin, Manchester.d 1 975-80 # 

Gordon J. Humphrey, Chichester.r 1979-90 

Warren B. Rudman, Nashua,r 1980-93 © 

Bob Smith, Tuftonboro.r 1990-2003 © 

Judd Gregg, Rye.r 1993- 

John E. Sununu, Bedford. r 2003- 

# First election results showed Louis C. Wyman, Manchester, the winner — recount requested by John A. Durkin. 

Manchester, resulted in favor of Durkin — Appeal to the Ballot Law Commission resulted in favor of Wyman — appeal 
to the U.S. Senate by Durkin. U.S. Senate sent the appeal back to the State of New Hampshire, declaring a vacancy as 
of August 8, 1975 and under Chapter 1, Laws of 1975, a special election was held September 16, 1975, in which the 
final results were: 

Durkin 140,778 votes 

Wyman 113,007 votes 

In this period, Norris Cotton, Lebanon, was appointed U.S. Senator from August 8, 1975 until Durkin was sworn into 
office by the U.S. Senate, September 18,1975. 

® Died in office. Irvin W. Drew, Lancaster, appointed by the Governor to serve until the 1918 November election, when 
George H. Moses was elected for the unexpired term of Senator Gallinger. 

® Died in office. Robert W. Upton, Concord, appointed by the Governor to serve until the 1954 November election, 
when Norris Cotton was elected for the unexpired term. 

© Died in office. Maurice J. Murphy. Jr.. Portsmouth, appointed by the Governor to serve until the 1962 November 
election, when Thomas J. Mclntyre was elected for the unexpired term of Senator Bridges. 

© Norris Cotton retired three days before his final term officially ended, and Louis C. Wyman was appointed by 
Governor Thomson to serve these final three days. 

© Warren B. Rudman. senator-elect, was appointed U.S. Senator on December 29. 1980 following the resignation of 
John A. Durkin. 

© Bob Smith, senator-elect was sworn in as U.S. Senator by U.S. Supreme Court Justice David Souter on December 7. 
1990 following the resignation of Gordon J. Humphrey. Senator Humphrey resigned his seat early so that he could be 
sworn in as State Senator on December 5. 1990 and cast his ballot for senate president. 



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MEMBERS OF CONTINENTAL CONGRESS, 1774-1788 

Name Term 

John Sullivan 1774-75,80-81 

Nathanial Folsom 1774-75,77-78 

79-80 

Josiah Bartlett 1775-79 

John Langdon 1775-77 

William Whipple 1776-79 

Matthew Thornton 1776-78 

George Frost 1 777-79 

John Wentworth, Jr. 1 778-79 

Nathanial Peabody 1779-80 

Woodbury Langdon 1779-80 

Samuel T. Livermore 1780-83, 85-86 

JohnT. Gilman 1782-83 

Philips White 1782-83 

Abiel Foster 1783-85 

Jonathan Blanchard 1783-85 

Pierce Long 1784-86 

Nicholas Gilman 1786-88 

Paine Wingate 1787-88 



MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF 
REPRESENTATIVES FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Under the constitutional apportionment which provided for a house of representatives in 
congress, New Hampshire was allotted three seats. The national census of 1790 (first 
census) increased this to four, the second census of 1800 to five and the third census of 1810 
to six seats. The census of 1830 reduced it to five, that of 1840 to four and that of 1850 to 
three. The census of 1870 reduced it to two, but the seat taken away was restored until the 
next census of 1880; since then the state has had two representatives. 

Name and Residence Term 

Nicholas Gilman. Exeter 1789-97 

Samuel Livermore, Holderness 1789-93 

Abiel Foster, Canterbury 1789-91, 95-1803 

Jeremiah Smith, Peterborough 1791-97 

John S. Sherburne, Portsmouth 1793-97 

Paine Wingate, Stratham 1793-95 

William Gordon. Amherst 1797-1 800 

Peleg Sprague, Keene 1797-99 

Jonathan Freeman, Hanover 1797-1801 

James Sheafe, Portsmouth 1 799- 1 80 1 

Samuel Tenney, Exeter 1 800-07 

Joseph Pierce, Alton 1 80 1 -02 

Samuel Hunt, Charlestown 1802-05 

George B. Upham, Claremont 1801-03 

Silas Betton, Salem 1803-07 

Clifton Claggett. Litchfield 1803-05, 17-21 

David Hough, Lebanon 1803-07 

Thomas W. Thompson. Concord 1 805-07 

Caleb Ellis, Claremont 1 805-07 

Daniel M. Durrell, Dover 1 807-09 

Clement Storer, Portsmouth 1807-09 



CONGRESS 1 1 7 



Jedediah K. Smith. Amherst 1 807-09 

Francis Gardner, Walpole 1 807-09 

Peter Carleton, Landaff 1 807-09 

Nathaniel A. Haven, Portsmouth 1 809- 1 1 

William Hale, Dover 1809-11 

James Wilson, Peterborough 1 809- 1 1 

John C. Chamberlain, Charlestown 1 809- 1 1 

Daniel Blaisdell. Canaan 1 809- 1 1 

George Sullivan. Exeter 1811-13 

Josiah Bartlett. Jr.. Stratham 1811-13 

John A. Harper, Meredith 1811-13 

Samuel Dinsmoor. Keene 1811-13 

Obed Hall. Bartlett 1811-13 

Daniel Webster, Portsmouth 1813-17 

Bradbury Cilley. Nottingham 1813-17 

Samuel Smith. Peterborough 1813-15 

Roger Vose. Walpole 1813-17 

Jeduthan Wilcox. Orford 1813-17 

Charles H. Atherton, Amherst 1815-17 

John F. Parrott, Portsmouth 1817-19 

Josiah Butler, Deerfield 1 8 1 7-23 

Nathaniel Upham. Rochester 1817-23 

Salma Hale, Keene 1817-19 

Arthur Livermore. Holderness 1817-21. 23-25 

William Plumer, Jr.. Epping 1819-25 

Joseph Buffum. Jr.. Keene 1819-21 

Matthew Harvey. Hopkinton 1821-25 

Aaron Matson, Stoddard 1821-25 

Thomas Whipple, Jr., Wentworth 1821-29 

Ichabod Bartlett. Portsmouth 1823-29 

Nehemiah Eastman, Farmington 1825-27 

Jonathan Harvey, Sutton 1825-31 

Titus Brown, Francestown 1825-29 

Joseph Healey, Washington 1825-29 

David Barker, Jr., Rochester 1827-29 

John Brodhead, Newmarket 1829-33 

Joseph Hammons. Farmington 1829-33 

Thomas Chandler, Bedford 1 829-33 

Henry Hubbard. Charlestown 1829-35 

John W. Weeks. Lancaster 1 829-33 

Joseph M. Harper. Canterbury 1831-35 

Benning M. Bean, Moultonborough 1833-37 

Franklin Pierce. Hillsborough 1833-37 

Robert Burns. Plymouth 1833-37 

Samuel Cushman, Portsmouth 1835-39 

Joseph Weeks, Richmond 1 835-39 

James Farrington. Rochester 1837-39 

Charles G. Atherton, Nashua 1837-43 

Jared W. Williams, Lancaster 1837-41 

Tristram Shaw, Exeter 1839-43 

Ira A. Eastman. Gilmanton 1839-43 

Edmund Burke, Newport 1839-45 

John R. Reding, Haverhill 1841-45 

John P. Hale. Dover 1843-45 

Moses Norris, Jr., Pittsfield 1843-47 

Mace Moulton 1845-47 

James H. Johnson, Bath 1845-49 

Amos Tuck, Exeter 1847-53 

Charles H. Peaslee, Concord 1847-53 

James Wilson, Keene 1847-5 1 

George W. Morrison, Manchester 1 849-5 1.53-55 

Harry Hibbard, Bath 1849-55 

Jared Perkins, Winchester 1851-53 

George W. Kittredge, Newmarket 1853-55 

James Pike, Ne wfields 1 855-59 

Mason W. Tappan, Bradford 1855-61 

Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon 1855-59 

Gi lman Marston, Exeter 1 859-63 , 65-67 

Thomas M. Edwards. Keene 1859-63 

Edward H. Rollins. Concord 1861-67 



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Daniel Marcy. Portsmouth 

James W.Patterson, Hanover 

Aaron F. Stevens, Nashua 

Jacob H. Ela. Rochester 

Jacob Benton, Lancaster 

Ellery A. Hibbard, Laconia 

Samuel N. Bell. Manchester 

Hosea W. Parker, Claremont 

William B. Small. Newmarket 

Austin F. Pike, Franklin 

Frank Jones, Portsmouth 

Henry W. Blair, Plymouth 

James F. Briggs. Manchester 

Joshua G. Hall, Dover 

Evarts W. Fair, Littleton 

Ossian Ray, Lancaster 

Martin A. Haynes, Gilford 

Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord 

Luther F. McKinney, Manchester 

Alonzo Nute, Farmington 

Orren C. Moore. Nashua 

Warren F. Daniell. Franklin 

Henry M. Baker, Bow 

Henry W. Blair, Plymouth 

Cyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester.r 

Frank G. Clarke, Peterborough.r 

Frank D. Currier, Canaan, r 

Raymond B. Stevens, Landaff.d 

Eugene E. Reed, Manchester.d 

Edward H. Wason, Nashua.r 

Sherman E. Burroughs, Manchester.r 

William N. Rogers, Wakefield.d 

Fletcher Hale, Laconia,r 

Charles W. Tobey, Temple.r 

Alphonse Roy, Manchester.d 

Arthur B. Jenks. Manchester.r 

Foster Steams, Hancock, i 

Chester E. Merrow, Ossipee.r 

Sherman Adams, Lincoln, r 

Norris Cotton, Lebanon,r 

Perkins Bass, Peterborough.r 

Louis C. Wyman, Manchester.r 

James C. Cleveland. New London, r 

J. Oliva Huot, Laconia.d 

Louis C. Wyman, Manchester.r 

Norman E. D'Amours, Manchester.d 

Judd Gregg, Greeenfield.r 

Robert C. Smith, Tuftonboro.r 

Charles Gwynne Douglas III, Concord.r 

Bill Zeliff, Jackson.r 

Dick Swett. Bow.d 

Charles Bass, Peterborough.r 

John E. Sununu, Bedford.r 

Jeb Bradley, Wolfeboro.r 



1863- 

1863- 

1867- 

1867- 

1867- 

1871- 

1871- 

1871- 

1873- 

1873- 

1875- 

1875- 

1877- 

1879- 

1879- 

1881- 

1883- 

1885- 

1887- 

1889- 

1889- 

1891 

1893- 

1893- 

1895 

1897- 

1901 

1913 

1913 

1915 

1919 

1923 

1925 

1933 

1937 

1937 

1939 

1943 

1945 

1947 

1955 

1963 

1963 

1965 

1967 

1975 

1981 

1985 

1989 

1991 

1991 

1995 

1997 

2003 



65 

67 

71 

71 

71 

73 

73. 75-77 

75 

75 

75 

79 

79 

83 

83 

80 

85 

87 

89 

89,91-93 

91 

91 

93 

97 

95 

1913. 15-19 

1901 

13 

15 

15 

33 

23 

■25, 32- 

31* 

39 

39 

.43** 

45 
63 
47 
■55 
63 
65 
81 
67 
75 
■85 
■89 
90 
91 
•97 
95 

2003 



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fe Died in 1931. Special election January 5, 1932 to fill vacancy. 



■In 1937 Arthur B. Jenks took his seat in Congress. Following a contested election Congress seated Alphonse Roy in 
1939. Arthur B. Jenks was elected in the 1938 general election. 







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Name and Residence 

Woodbury Langdon, Portsmouth 
John McClary, Epsom 
Joseph Gilman, Exeter 
John Pickering, Portsmouth 
Ebenezer Smith, Meredith 

Moses Dow, Haverhill 
Abiel Foster, Canterbury 
Oliver Peabody, Exeter 
Amos Shepard, Alstead 
Nicholas Gilman, Exeter 
Clement Storer, Portsmouth 
Samuel Bell. Francestown 
Moses P. Payson, Bath 
William Plumer. Epping 
Joshua Darling, Henniker 
William Badger, Gilmanton 
Jonathan Harvey, Sutton 
David L. Morrill, Goffstown 
Josiah Bartlett, Stratham 
Matthew Harvey, Hopkinton 
Nahum Parker, Fitzwilliam 
Abner Greenleaf, Portsmouth 
Samuel Cartland, Haverhill 
Joseph M. Harper, Canterbury 
Benning M. Bean, Moultonborough 
Jared W. Williams, Lancaster 
Charles F. Gove, Goffstown 
James Clark. Franklin 
John Woodbury, Salem 
Samuel Jones, Bradford 
James McK. Wilkins, Bedford 
James B. Creighton, Newmarket 
Josiah Quincy, Rumney 
Titus Brown, Francestown 
Timothy Hoskins, Westmoreland 
Asa P. Cate. Northfield 
James U. Parker, Merrimack 
Harry Hibbard, Bath 
William P. Weeks, Canaan 
Richard Jenness, Portsmouth 
John S. Wells, Exeter 
James M. Rix, Lancaster 
Jonathan E. Sargent, Wentworth 
William Haile, Hinsdale 
Thomas J. Melvin, Chester 
Moody Currier, Manchester 
Austin F. Pike, Franklin 
Joseph A. Gilmore, Concord 
George S. Towle. Lebanon 
Herman Foster, Manchester 
William H. Y. Hackett, Portsmouth 
Onslow Stearns, Concord 
Charles H. Bell, Exeter 
Ezekiel A. Straw. Manchester 
Daniel Barnard, Franklin 
William T Parker, Merrimack 
Ezra A. Stevens, Portsmouth 
John Y. Mugridge, Concord 
Nathaniel Gordon, Exeter 
George W. M. Pitman, Bartlett 
Charles H. Campbell, Nashua 
David A. Warde, Concord 
William H. Gove, Weare 



Term 

1784-85 
1785-87 
1787-88 
1788-90 
1790-91, 



92-93, 
95-97 



1813 



1831 



1791-92 

1793-94 

1794-95, 

1797-1804 

1804-05 

1805-07 

1807-09 

1809-10, 13-16 

1810-12 

1812-13 

1816-17 

1817-23 

1823-24 

1824-25 

1825-28 

1828-29 

1929 

1829-30, 

1830-31 

1831-33 

1833-35 

1835-36 

1836-37 

1837-38 

1838-39 

1839-40 

1840-41 

1841-43 

1843-44 

1844-45 

1845-46 

1846-47 

1847-49 

1849-50 

1850-51 

1851-53 

1853-54 

1854-55 

1855-56 

1856-57 

1857-58 

1858-59 

1859-60 

1860-61 

1861-62 

1862-63 

1863-64 

1864-65 

1865-66 

1866-67 

1867-68 

1868-69 

1869-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-73 

1873-74 

1874-75 



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John W. Sanborn, Wakefield 
Charles Holman, Nashua 
Natt Head, Hooksett 
David H. Buffum. Somersworth 
Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord 
John Kimball, Concord 
Charles H. Bartlett. Manchester 
Chester Pike. Cornish 
Frank D. Currier. Canaan 
David A. Taggart, Goffstown 
John McLane, Milford 
Frank W. Rollins. Concord 
Chester B. Jordan, Lancaster 
Thomas N. Hastings. Walpole 
Bertram Ellis. Keene 
Charles W. Hoitt. Nashua 
George H. Adams, Plymouth 
John Scammon, Exeter 
Harry T. Lord. Manchester 
William D. Swart, Nashua 
Enos K. Sawyer, Franklin 
George I. Haselton, Manchester 
Jesse M. Barton. Newport 
Arthur P. Morill. Concord 
Leslie P. Snow. Rochester 
Wesley Adams. Londonderry 
Charles W. Tobey. Temple 
Frank P. Tilton, Laconia 
Harold K. Davison, Woodsville 
Arthur R. Jones. Keene 
George D. Cummings, Peterborough 
Charles M. Dale. Portsmouth 
Anson C. Alexander. Boscawen 
Robert O. Blood. Concord 
William M. Cole, Derry 
Ansel N. Sanborn, Wakefield 
Donald G. Matson, Concord 
Charles H. Barnard, Manchester 
Perkins Bass, Peterborough 
Blaylock Atherton, Nashua 
Lane Dwinell, Lebanon 
Raymond K. Perkins. Concord 
Eralsey C. Ferguson. Pittsfield 
Norman A. Packard, Manchester 
Samuel Green. Manchester 
Philip S. Dunlap. Hopkinton 
Stewart Lamprey, Moultonborough 
Arthur Tufts, Exeter 
John R. Bradshaw, Nelson 
David L. Nixon, New Boston 
Alf E. Jacobson, New London 
Robert B. Monier, Goffstown 
Vesta M. Roy, Salem 
William S. Bartlett. Jr., Kingston 
Edward C. Dupont, Jr.. Rochester 
Ralph Degnan Hough. Lebanon 
Joseph L. Delahunty, Salem 
Clesson J. Blaisdell. Keene 
Beverly Hollingworth. Hampton 
Arthur P. Klemm, Jr., Windham 
Tom Eaton, Keene 



1875-76 

1876-77 

1877-78 

1878-79 

1879-81 

1881-83 

1883-85 

1885-87 

1887-89 

1889-91 

1891-95 

1895-97 

1897-99 

1899-1901 

1901-03 

1903-05 

1905-07 

1907-09 

1909-11 

1911-13 

1913-15 

1915-17 

1917-19 

1919-21 

1921-23 

1923-25 

1925-27 

1927-29 

1929-31 

1931-33 

1933-35 

1935-37 

1937-39 

1939-41 

1941-43 

1943-45 

1945-47 

1947-49 

1949-51 

1951-53 

1953-55 

1955-57 

1957-59 

1959-61 

1961-63 

1963-65 

1965-66,67-68,69* 

1969-70 

1971-72 

1973-74 

1975-78 

1979-82 

1983-86 

1987-90 

1991-92 

1992-94 

1994-98 

1998-** 

1999-2000 

2000-2002 

2002- 



*Resigned — Arthur Tufts, Exeter, elected President. 
**Died in Office - Beverly Hollingworth elected President 



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Name 



Term 



Name 



Term 



Ebenezer Thompson 
Joseph Pearson 
Nathaniel Parker 
John A. Harper 
Abiel Foster 
Henry B. Chase 
Samuel A. Kimball 
Levi Woodbury 
Ichabod Bartlett 
Isaac Hill 
William Claggett 
Philip Carrigan 
Moses Eastman 
Isaac Hill 

Samuel Dinsmore. Jr. 
William H.Y. Hackett 
Samuel Dinsmore, Jr. 
Charles G. Atherton 
Winthrop A. Marston 
Asa Fowler 
Isaac Folsom 
Henry E. Baldwin 
Moody Currier 
J. A. Richardson 
John H. George 
Francis R. Chase 
John H. George 
William L. Foster 
George C. Williams 
George S. Barton 



1776-83 

1786-91 

1803 

1806 

1809 

1810 

1813 

1816 

1817 

1819 

1820 

1821 

1824 

1825 

1826 

1828 

1829 

1831 

1833 

1836-40 

1841 

1842 

1844 

1846 

1847 

1849 

1850 

1851 

1853 

1855 



Calvin May, Jr. 


1857 


Greenleaf Cummings 


1859-60 


William A. Preston 


1861-62 


Charles H. Bartlett 


1863-64 


Horace S. Cummings 


1865-66 


George R. Fowler 


1867-68 


John W. Currier 


1869 


William M. Chase 


1870-71 


Luther S. Morrill 


1872 


Thomas J. Smith 


1873-75 


Tyler Westgate 


1876 


Calvin Saunders 


1878 


James E. Dodge 


1879 


Frank D. Currier 


1883-85 


Ira A. Chase 


1887-89 


Charles J. Hamblett 


1891-93 


Edward J. Wasson 


1895 


William R. Jarvis 


1897 


William H. Jarvis 


1899 


Thomas F. Clifford 


1901-03 


L. Ashton Thorp 


1905-07 


Martin W. Fitzpatrick 


1909-11 


Henri A. Burque 


1913 


Earle C. Gordon 


1915-19 


Clarence S. Forsaith 


1921 


Bernard B. Chase 


1923-25 


Norris Cotton 


1927-29 


Benjamin F. Greer 


1931-67 


Wilmont S. White 


1969-89* 


Gloria M. Randlett 


1989-2001** 


Steven J. Winter 


2002- 



*Died in office. 

** Resigned Feb. 1, 2001. Tammy L. Wright appointed Acting Clerk until Dec. 4. 2002. 



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SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE 

The house elects a speaker at each session to be the presiding officer. The following is a 
list of the speakers, from the beginning of the colonial legislature, together with the term 
served by each. 

Name and Residence Term 

Richard Waldron. Jr.. Portsmouth 1684-92 

Richard Martin. Portsmouth 1692 

John Gilman, Exeter 1692-93 

John Pickering, Portsmouth 1693-95, 97-98 

98-99. 1702.03-09 

George Jaffrey. Portsmouth 1695-96 

John Plaisted." Portsmouth 1696-97. 1717 

Henry Dow. Hampton 1698 

Samuel Penhallow, Portsmouth 1699-1702 

Daniel Tilton. Hampton 1702-03 

Mark Hunking, Portsmouth 1709-10 

Richard Gerrish. Portsmouth 1710-17 

Thomas Packer. Portsmouth 1717-19 

Joshua Pierce. Portsmouth 1719-22 

Peter Weare. Hampton Falls 1722-27 

Nathaniel Weare. Hampton Falls 1727-28 

Andrew Wiggin. Stratham 1728-45 

Nathaniel Rogers, Portsmouth 1745 

Ebenezer Stevens. Kingston 1745-49 

Richard Waldron, Hampton 1749-52* 

Meshech Weare. Hampton Falls 1752-55 

Henry Sherburne, Jr., Portsmouth 1755-65 

Peter Gilman, Exeter 1765-71 

John Wentworth. Somersworth 1771-76 

Phillips White. South Hampton 1776 

John Langdon. Portsmouth 1776-82, 86-87 

John Dudley. Raymond 1782-84 

George Atkinson. Portsmouth 1784-85 

John Sullivan. Durham 1785-86 

John Sparhawk. Portsmouth 1787 

Thomas Bartlett. Nottingham 1787-91 

William Plumer. Epping 1791-93. 97-98 

Nathaniel Peabody. Atkinson 1793-94 

John Prentice. Langdon 1794-95. 1798-1805 

Russell Freeman. Hanover 1795-97 

Samuel Bell, Chester 1805-07 

Charles Cutts. Portsmouth 1807-09, 10-11 

George B. Upham. Claremont 1809-10, 15-16 

Clement Storer. Portsmouth 1811-13 

Thomas W. Thompson. Concord 1813-15 

David L. Morrill, Concord 1816-17 

Henry B. Chase. Warner 1817-18 

Matthew Harvey. Hopkinton 1818-21 

Ichabod Bartlett. Portsmouth 1821-22 

Charles Woodman. Bridgewater 1822-23 

Andrew Pierce, Dover 1823 

Edmund Parker, Nashua 1 823-25 

Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth 1825 

Henry Hubbard, Charlestown 1825-28 

James Wilson. Jr., Keene 1828-29 

James B. Thornton. Merrimack 1830** 

Samuel Webster. Kingston 1830-31** 

Franklin Pierce. Hillsborough 1831-33 

Charles G. Atherton, Nashua 1 833-37 

Ira A. Eastman. Gilmanton 1837-39 

Moses Norris. Jr.. Pittsfield 1839-41, 47-48 

*His Election was vetoed by the Governor, but he continued to preside during this Assembly. 

**James B. Thornton was elected Speaker on June 2. 1830. On June 15. 1830, Thornton resigned to accept the position of 

Second Controller of the US Treasury, and Samuel C. Webster was elected Speaker for the remainder of the 1 830 

session, which ended July 3. 1830 



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John S . Wells, Lancaster 1 84 1 -42 

Samuel Swazey, Haverhill 1842-44 

Harry Hibbard, Bath 1844-46 

John P. Hale, Dover 1846-47 

Samuel H. Ayer, Hillsborough 1 848-50 

Nathaniel B. Baker, Concord 1 850-52 

George W. Kittredge, Newmarket 1852-53 

Jonathan E. Sargent, Wentworth 1853-54 

Francis R. Chase, Northfield 1 854-55 

John J. Prentiss, Claremont 1855-56 

Edward H. Rollins, Concord 1 856-58 

Napoleon B. Bryant, Plymouth 1858-60 

Charles H. Bell, Exeter 1860-61 

Edward A. Rollins, Great Falls 1861-63 

William E. Chandler, Concord 1 863-65 

Austin F. Pike, Franklin 1865-67 

Simon G. Griffin, Keene 1 867-69 

Samuel M. Wheeler, Dover 1869-71 

William H. Gove, Weare 1871-72 

Asa Fowler, Concord 1872-73 

James Emery, Hudson 1873-74 

Albert R. Hatch, Portsmouth 1874-75 

Charles P. Sanborn, Concord 1875-77 

Augustus A. Woolson, Lisbon 1877-79 

Henry H. Huse, Manchester 1 879-8 1 

Chester B. Jordan, Lancaster 1881-83 

Samuel C. Eastman, Concord 1883-85 

Edgar Aldrich, Colebrook 1 885-87 

Alvin Burleigh, Plymouth 1 887-89 

Hiram D. Upton, Jaffrey 1 889-9 1 

Frank G. Clarke, Peterborough 1891-93 

Robert N. Chamberlain, Berlin 1 893-95 

Stephen S. Jewett, Laconia 1895-97 

James F. Briggs, Manchester 1897-99 

Frank D. Currier, Canaan 1 899- 1 90 1 

Cyrus H. Little, Manchester 1901-03 

Harry M. Cheney, Lebanon 1903-05 

Rufus N. Elwell, Exeter 1905-07 

Bertram Ellis. Keene 1907-09 

Walter W. Scott, Dover 1909-1 1 

Frank A. Musgrove, Hanover 1911-13 

William J. Briuon, Wolfeboro 1913-15 

Edwin C. Bean, Belmont 1915 

Olin H.Chase 1915 

Arthur P. Morill, Concord 1915-19 

Charles W. Tobey, Temple 1919-21 

Fred A. Jones, Lebanon 1921-23 

William J. Ahern, Concord 1923-25 

George A. Wood, Portsmouth 1925-27 

Harold K. Davison, Haverhill 1927-29 

George A. Foster, Concord 1929-31 

Harold M. Smith, Portsmouth 1 93 1 -33 

Louis P. Elkins, Concord 1933-35 

Amos N. Blandin, Bath 1935-37 

Oren V. Henderson, Durham 1937-39 

Ansel N. Sanborn, Wakefield 1939-41 

Charles H. Barnard, Manchester 1941-43 

Sherman Adams, Lincoln 1943-45 

Norris Cotton, Lebanon 1945-47 

J. Walker Wiggin, Manchester 1947-49 

Richard F. Upton. Concord 1949-5 1 

Lane Dwinell, Lebanon 1951-53 

Raymond K. Perkins, Concord 1953 

Norman A. McMeekin, Haverhill 1954** 

Charles Griffin, Lincoln 1955* 

W. Douglas Scamman, Stratham 1957-58 

Stewart Lamprey, Moultonborough 1959-64 

Walter R. Peterson, Peterborough 1965-68 

Marshall W. Cobleigh, Nashua 1969-72 

James E. O'Neil, Chesterfield 1 973-74 

George B. Roberts, Jr., Gilmanton 1975-80 



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John B. Tucker. Claremont 

W. Douglas Scamman, Jr., Stratham 

Harold W. Burns, Whitefield 

Donna Sytek. Salem 

Gene Chandler, Bartlett 

W. Douglas Scamman. Stratham 

*Resigned to accept Director of Employment Security. 
**Special Session 



1981-86 

1987-90 

1990-96 

1996-2000 

2000-2004 

2004- 



CLERKS OF THE HOUSE 



Name 



Term 



Name 



HOUSE SERGEANT-AT-ARMS 



1900-Present 



Term 



Noah Emery 


1776 


Josiah H. Bentron, Jr. 


1870 


John Smith 


1781 


James R. Jackson 


1871 


John Calfe 


1783-86 


Josiah H. Bentron. Jr. 


1872 


William Plumer 


1790 


Samuel C. Clark 


1873 


John Calfe 


1791-1806 


Charles H. Smith 


1874 


John O. Ballard 


1809 


Samuel C. Clark 


1875 


Moses L. Neal 


1810 


Charles C. Danforth 


1876 


Henry Hutchinson 


1813 


Alpheus W. Baker 


1878 


Moses L. Neal 


1816-25 


Charles G. Emmons 


1879 


Samuel D. Bell 


1826-28 


Edwin F. Jones 


1883-85 


James Clark 


1829-33 


George A. Dickey 


1887-89 


Jeremiah Jenkins 


1836 


Stephen S. Jewett 


1891-93 


Charles Lane 


1837 


William Tutherly 


1895 


David H. Collins 


1839 


Eliphalet F. Philbrick 


1897-99 


Harry Hibbard 


1840-41 


Henry E. Brock 


1901 


Albert G. Allen 


1842-44 


James M.Cooper 


1903-07 


Thomas J. Harris 


1846 


Harrie M. Young 


1909-21 


Lewis Smith 


1847 


Randolph W. Branch 


1923 


Thomas J. Whipple 


1849-51 


Harrie M. Young 


1925-37 


Ellery A. Hibbard 


1853 


Cyril J. Fretwell 


1939-51 


John H. Goodale 


1855 


Robert L. Stark 


1953-55 


Henry O. Kent 


1857-59 


George T. Ray, Jr. 


1957 


Edward Sawyer 


1860-61 


Francis W. To 1 man 


1959-67 


Samuel D. Lord 


1862-63 


J. Milton Street 


1969-75 


Benjamin Gerrish, Jr. 


1864 


James A. Chandler 


1977-81 


Samuel D. Lord 


1865 


Carl A. Peterson 


1983-87 


Charles B. Shackford 


1866-67 


James A. Chandler 


1988-94* 


William R. Patten 


1868-69 


Karen O. Wadsworth 


1994- 


*Died in Office. Acting Clerk (March 20-December 7. 


1994) Leo J. Callahan 





Name 

John K. Law, New London 
Albert P. Davis, Concord 
Walter J.A.Ward, Hillsborough 
James W. Pridham. New Castle 
Guy S. Neal, Acworth 
Ralph F. Seavey, Concord 
Clarence A. DuBois, Concord 
JohnTwombly, Hill 
Lloyd E. Flogg, Milan 
Lloyd G. Sherman. Lancaster 
Theodore Aucella, Bennington 
Paul Brown, Raymond 
Warren W. Leary, Alton 
Robert Johnson II. Northwood 
Deborah A. Nielsen. Gilmanton 

*Died in office in April of 1975. Paul Brown elected at special election to complete 

**Resigned in September of 1995. Robert Johnson appointed Acting Sergeant-At-Ar 

***Resigned July 17, 2001. Deborah A. Nielson elected Dec. 12. 2001 for completion 



Term 

1901-1909 

1909-1915 

1915-1923 

1923-1925 

1925-1943 

1943-1945 

1945-1951 

1951-1953 

1953-1969 

1969-1971 

1971-1975* 

1975-1976 

1976-1995** 

1995-2001*** 

2001- 

term. 

ms for completion of term. 

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE 

Articles 67 and 68 of the second part of the constitution provide for a department of state 
with a secretary of state who is elected biennially by the legislature and a deputy secretary 
of state appointed by the secretary. In the colonial period there was a secretary appointed by 
the chief executive, but no deputy. During the revolutionary period and under the 
constitution of 1784 the secretary was chosen by the legislature and given authority to have 
several deputies, but in 1793 the constitution was changed to provide for a single deputy. 

The following is a list of secretaries of state from the beginning, together with the term 
which each served and a list of deputy secretaries. 



Name and Residence 



Term 



Elias Stileman, Portsmouth 
Richard Chamberlain. Portsmouth 
Thomas Newton. Boston. MA 
Thomas Davis 
Henry Penny 

Charles Story, New Castle 
Sampson Sheafe. Boston. MA 
Richard Waldron. Portsmouth 
Richard Waldron, Jr., Portsmouth 
Theodore Atkinson, New Castle 
Theodore Atkinson, Jr.. Portsmouth 
Ebenezer Thompson. Durham 
Joseph Pearson, Exeter 
Phillip Carrigain, Concord 
Nathaniel Parker, Exeter 
Samuel Sparhawk, Concord 
Albe Cady, Keene and Concord 
Richard Bartlett, Concord 
Dudley S. Palmer, Concord 
Ralph Metcalf, Concord 
Josiah Stevens, Jr., Concord 
Thomas P. Treadwell. Concord 
George G. Fogg, Concord 
John L. Hadley, Weare 
Lemuel N. Pattee, Antrim 
Thomas L. Tullock, Portsmouth 
Allen Tenney, Lyme 
Benjamin Gerrish, Jr., Concord 
Walter Harriman. Warner 
John D. Lyman, Farmington 
Nathan W. Gove, Concord 
John H. Goodale, Nashua 
Benjamin F. Prescott, Epping 
William Butterfield. Concord 
Ali B. Thompson, Concord 
Clarence B. Randlett, Concord 
Ezra S. Stearns, Rindge 
Edward N. Pearson, Concord 
Edwin C. Bean, Belmont 
Enos K. Sawyer, Franklin 
Hobart Pillsbury, Manchester 
Enoch D. Fuller, Manchester 
Harry E. Jackson, Manchester 
Robert L. Stark, Goffstown 
William M. Gardner, Manchester 



1680 

1680-92 

1692-93 

1693-96 

1696-98 

1697-98.99-1715 

1698-99 

1715-30 

1730-41 

1741-62,69-75 

1762-69 

1775-86 

1786-1805 

1805-09 

1809-10 

1810-14. 16-25 

1814-16 

1825-28 

1828-31 

1831-38 

1838-43 

1843-46,47-50 

1846-47 

1850-55 

1855-58 

1858-61 

1861-65 

1865 

1865-67 

1867-70 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-74,75-77 

1874-75 

1877-90 

1890-91 

1891-99 

1899-1915 

1915-23 

1923-25 

1925-29 

1929-57 

1957-1960 

1960-76 

1976- 



Acting Sec. of State (Aug. 23-25, 1976) Frank E. Adams, Concord 
Acting Sec. of State (August 25-Dec. 8, 1976) Edward C. Kelley, Concord. 



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DEPUTY SECRETARIES OF STATE 



Name and Residence 



Term 



Nathaniel Parker, Concord 
Charles Cutts, Concord 
Obadiah Carrigain. Concord 
Moses H. Bradley. Concord 
William Pickering. Portsmouth 
Samuel A. Kimball, Concord 
Peyton R. Freeman. Concord 
Richard Bartlett, Concord 
Dudley S. Palmer. Concord 
James Wilcomb, Concord 
Joseph Robinson. Concord 
Simon Brown. Concord 
John Whipple, Concord 
John Town, Concord 
Henry T. Rand. Portsmouth 
Samuel F. Wetmore. Concord 
William C. Prescott. Concord 
Jesse A. Gove, Concord 
Benjamin E. Badger. Concord 
James Peverly. Concord 
Nathan W. Gove. Concord 
Allen Tenney, Lyme 
George H. Chandler. Concord 
Benjamin Gerrish. Jr.. Concord 
James B. Gove. Concord 
Jonathan E. Lang. Concord 
Ali B. Thompson. Concord 
Harvey Campbell. Concord 
Isaac W. Hammond. Concord 
Darius Merrill, Concord 
Clarence B. Randlett, Concord 
Samuel H. Stearns, Rindge 
Joseph T. Walker. Concord 
Arthur L. Willis, Concord 
Hobart Pillsbury, Manchester 
Harlan C. Pearson. Concord 
Timothy C. Cronin. Manchester 
Frederick I. Blackwood. Concord 
Earl S. Hewitt, Enfield 
Mary M. Jenkins. Concord 
Harry E. Jackson, Manchester 
Robert L. Stark. Goffstown 
Edw ard C. Kelley, Concord 
Frank E. Adams. Concord 
Robert P. Ambrose. Meredith 
Mark Connolly, New Castle 
David M. Scanlan. Bow 



1794-1806 

1806-07 

1807-09 

1809-10 

1810-14 

1814-16,24-25 

1816-18 

1818-24 

1825-27 

1827-29 

1829-36 

1836-38 

1838-40 

1840-44 

1844-46 

1846-47 

1847-50 

1850-55 

1855-56 

1856-57 

1857-58,65-70 

1858-61 

1861-62 

1862-65 

1870-71 

1871-72 

1872-74, 75-77 

1874-75 

1877-86 

1886-90 

1890-91 

1892-1906 

1906-07 

1907-15 

1915-22 

1922-23 

1923-25 

1925-29 

1929-32 

1932-33* 

1933-57 

1957-60 

1960-76** 

1976*** 

1977- 2000 

2000-2001 

2002- 



*Acting Deputy (April 1942-June. 1946) 
**Resigned July 23. 1976 

***Deputy Secretary of State (July 24-August 23, 1976) 
*** Acting Deputy (August 25-December 8. 1976) 



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THE TREASURY 

Article 67 of the second part of the constitution provides for a treasurer who is elected 
bienially by the legislature. In the colonial period the treasurer was appointed by the chief 
executive and frequently the same man was secretary of the province and treasurer. In 1891 
the legislature created the office of deputy treasurer, and in 1983 the office of chief deputy 
treasurer was created. 

The following is a list of the treasurers from the beginning and the term of office each 
served. 

Name and Residence Term 

Richard Martin, Portsmouth 1680-84 

Samuel Penhallow. Portsmouth 1684-92, 99-1726 

William Partridge, Portsmouth 1692-95 

George Jaffrey, Portsmouth 1695-96 

Joseph Smith, Hampton 1696, 98-99 

George Jaffrey, Jr., Portsmouth 1 726-30. 42-49 

Henry Sherburne. Portsmouth 1730-42 

George Jaffrey 3rd, Portsmouth 1749-76 

Nicholas Gilman, Exeter 1776-83 

John T. Gilman. Exeter 1783-89. 91-94 

William Gardner, Portsmouth 1789-91 

Oliver Peabody, Exeter 1794-1804 

Nathanial Gilman, Exeter 1804-09, 10-14 

Thomas W. Thompson, Salisbury 1809-10 

William Kent, Concord 1814-16 

William Pickering, Concord 1816-28, 29-30 

Samuel Morrill, Concord 1828-29 

Abner B. Kelly. Warner 1 830-37 

Zenas Clement, Concord 1837-43 

John Atwood, Concord 1 843-46 

James Peverly, Jr., Concord 1846-47. 47-50 

Edson Hill, Concord 1 850-53 

Walter Harriman, Warner 1853-55 

William Berry, Barnstead 1855-57 

Peter Sanborn, Concord 1 857-7 1 

Leander W. Cogswell 1 87 1 -72 

Solon A. Carter, Concord 1 872-74. 75-1913 

Josiah G. Dearborn. Weare 1874-75 

George E. Farrand, Concord 1913-14, 23-25 

J. Wesley Plummer, Concord 1914-23 

Henry E. Chamberlin, Concord 1 925-29* 

Charles T. Patten. Nashua (Commissioner) Dec. 1929-31 

Treasurer 1931-36** 

F. Gordon Kimball, Concord (Commissioner) May 1936-37 

Treasurer 1937-50 (Dec. 26) 

Remick Laighton, Portsmouth (Commissioner) Dec. 26, 1950- 

July2, 1951 

Winfield J. Phillips, Concord July 2, 1951-52 

Alfred S. Cloues, Warner (Commissioner) Jan. 1-8, 1953 

Treasurer 1953-64* 

Robert W. Flanders, Concord (Commissioner) July 28, 1964- 

Jan. 6, 1965 

Treasurer 1965-1984** 

Martha M. Custer, Concord (Commissioner) June 1, 1984- 

Dec. 5, 1984 

Georgie A. Thomas, Antrim Dec. 5, 1984-2002** 

Michael A. Ablowich, Portsmouth (Commissioner) Aptd. March 15, 2002 

Michael A. Ablowich, Portsmouth Dec. 4, 2002- 

*Died in office 
**Resigned 



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Name and Residence 



Term 



Edward Randolph, England 
Joseph Rayn, England 
James Graham 
John Pickering, Portsmouth 
Thomas Phipps. Portsmouth 
Matthew Livermore. Portsmouth 
Wyseman Claggett. Litchfield 
Samuel Livermore. Holderness 
John Sullivan, Durham 
Benjamin West. Charleston n 
John Prentice, Londonderry 
Joshua Atherton. Amherst 
William Gordon. Amherst 
Jeremiah Mason, Portsmouth 
George Sullivan. Exeter 
Samuel Bell. Francestown 
William K. Atkinson. Dover 
Daniel French. Chester 
Charles F. Gove, Nashua 
Lyman B. Walker. Gilford 
John S. Wells, Exeter 
John Sullivan, Exeter 
William C. Clarke, Manchester 
Lewis W. Clark. Manchester 
Mason W. Tappan. Bradford 
Daniel Barnard. Franklin 
Edwin G. Eastman, Exeter 
James P. Tuttle. Manchester 
Oscar L. Young, Laconia 
Irving A. Hinkley. Lancaster 
Jeremy R. Waldron. Portsmouth 
Ralph W. Davis. Manchester 
Francis W. Johnston. Claremont 
Thomas P. Cheney, Laconia 
Frank R. Kenison, Conway 
Harold K. Davison, Haverhill** 
Stephen M. Wheeler. Exeter** 
Ernest R. D'Amours, Manchester 
William L. Phinney. Manchester 
Gordon M. Tiffany. Concord 
Louis C. Wyman. Manchester 
Gardner C. Turner, E. Sullivan 
Maurice J. Murphy, Jr., Portsmouth 
William Maynard, Bow 
George S. Pappagianis, Nashua* 
Warren B. Rudman. Nashua 
David H. Souter. Weare*** 
Thomas D. Rath. Concord 
Gregory H. Smith. Concord**** 
Stephen E. Merrill. Manchester 
John Arnold, Francestown 
Jeffrey R. Howard. Salisbury 
Philip T. McLaughlin. Laconia 
Steven J. Judge, Concord # 
Peter Heed. Westmoreland 
Kelly A. Ayotte, Nashua 



1682-83 

1683-87 

1687-97 

1697-1726,27-36 

1726-27 

1 736-65 

1765-69.76-78.81-82 

1769-76,78-81 

1782-86 

1786-87 

1787-93 

1793-1801 

1801-02 

1802-05 

1805-06. 15-35 

1806-07 

1807-12 

1812-15 

1835-43 

1843-47 

1847-48 

1848-63 

1863-72 

1872-76 

1876-87 

1887-92 

1892-1911 

1911-18 

1918-23 (Jan. & Feb. 1925) 

1923-24 

1925-29 

1929-32 

1932-35 

1935-40 

1940-42.45-46 



1946-49 

1949-50 

1950-53 

Jan. 15, 1953-Feb. 2, 1961 

Feb. 3, 1961-Oct. 31, 1961 

Nov. 4, 1961 -Dec. 7. 1961 

Dec. 18, 1961-Feb. 10, 1966 

Feb. 11, 1966-Feb. 1, 1970 

March 4. 1970-Jan. 16. 1976 

Jan. 16, 1976- April 9, 1978 

April 10, 1978-May 2. 1980 

Feb. 11. 1981-Dec. 1. 1984 

1984-1989 

1989-1992 

1993-1997 

1997-Dec. 18.2002 

Dec. 18, 2002-Feb. 19, 2003 

Feb. 19, 2003-June 28. 2004 

July 14, 2004- 



*Resigned. appointed Clerk of Supreme Court 
**Acting Attorneys General period of 1942-45 
***Resigned. appointed Associate Justice of Supreme Court 
****Acting Attorney General. May 2. 1980-Feb. 11, 1981 
# Acting Attorney General. December 18. 2002 




ILLIAM M. GARDNER 
Secretary of State 




MICHAEL ABLOWICZ 
State Treasurer 





Constitutional Officers 





DAVID M. SCANLAN 
Deputy Secretary of State 



J- 



KELLY A. AYOTTE 
Attorney General 



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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS 



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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE 

The following is a list of electors from the major parties for President and Vice President 
in elections since 1788, where available. Listed first are those who cast New Hampshire's 
electoral votes, with party designation. 



1788 Federalist: 

Benjamin Bellows 
John Pickering 
Ebenezer Thompson 
John Sullivan 
John Parker 

1792 Federalist: 

Josiah Bartlett 
John Taylor Gilman 
Benjamin Bellows 
Jonathan Freeman 
John Pickering 
Ebenezer Thompson 

1796 Federalist: 

Oliver Peabody 
John Taylor Gilman 
Benjamin Bellows 
Timothy Farrar 
Ebenezer Thompson 
Timothy Walker 

1800 Federalist: 

Oliver Peabody 
John Prentice 
Ebenezer Thompson 
Benjamin Bellows 
Timothy Farrar 
Arthur Livermore 

1804 Republican: 

John Goddard 
Levi Bartlett 
Jonathan Steele 
Timothy Walker 
Robert Alcock 
George Aldrich 
William Tarlton 

1808 Federalist: 

Jeremiah Smith 
Oliver Peabody 
Timothy Farrar 
Samuel Hale 
Robert Wallace 
Benjamin West 
Jonathan Franklin 

1808 Republican: 

John Langdon 
Samuel Bell 
Amasa Allen 
John Goddard 
Robert Alcock 
Nathaniel Shannon 
William Tarlton 



1812 Federalist: 

John Goddard 
Oliver Peabody 
Samuel Hale 
Nathan Taylor 
Timothy Farrar 
Benjamin West 
Caleb Ellis 
Jonathan Franklin 

1812 Republican: 

John Langdon 
Timothy Walker 
Richard Dame 
Jedediah Smith 
Benjamin Pierce 
Amasa Allen 
Nahum Parker 
Nahum Merrill 

1816 Republican: 

Daniel Young 
Thomas C. Drew 
Jacob Tuttle 
Richard H. Ayer 
Amos Cogswell 
William Badger 
Benjamin Butler 
Thomas Manning 

1816 Federalist: 

William Webster 
Benjamin J. Gilbert 
George B. Upham 
Thomas Bellows 
Robert Means 
Samuel Hale 
Nathaniel A. Haven 
John Taylor Gilman 

1820 Republican: 

William Plumer 
William Fisk 
Samuel Dinsmoor 
Nathaniel Shannon 
Ezra Bartlett 
David Barker 
John Pendexter 
James Smith 

1824 Republican: 

Josiah Bartlett 
William Badger 
Samuel Quarles 
William Fisk 
Abel Parker 
Caleb Keith 
Moses White 
Hall Burgin 



1828 Republican: 

George Sullivan 
Samuel Quarles 
Samuel Sparhawk 
William Bixby 
Nahum Parker 
Thomas Woolson 
Ezra Bartlett 
William Lovejoy 

1828 Democratic: 

John Harvey 
Benning M. Bean 
William Pickering 
Jesse Bowers 
Aaron Matson 
Jonathan Nye 
Stephen P. Webster 
Moses White 

1832 Democratic: 

Benjamin Pierce 
Phineas Parkhurst 
Samuel Collins 
John Taylor 
John Holbrook 
Joseph Weeks 
Moses White 

1832 Whig: 

Langley Boardman 
Enoch Place 
Joshua Darling 
Edmund Parker 
Thomas Bellows 
George B. Upham 
John French 

1836 Democratic: 

Jonathan Harvey 
Isaac Waldron 
Tristram Shaw 
Stephen Gale 
Josiah Russell 
Gawen Gilmore 
Ebenezer Carlton 

1836 Whig: 

Samuel Bell 
Jeremiah Wilson 
William A. Kent 
Samuel Grant 
Joseph Healey 
Joseph Sawyer 
John Wallace Jr. 



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1840 Democratic: 

John W. Weeks 
Stephen Perley 
Samuel Hatch 
Andrew Pierce Jr. 
John Scott 
Francis Holbrook 
Samuel Burns 

1840 Whig: 

Joseph Healey 
George W. Nesmith 
Joseph Cilley 
Andrew Pierce 
William Bixby 
Thomas M. Edwards 
Amos A. Brewster 

1844 Democratic: 

William Badger 
John McNeil 
Elijah R. Currier 
Isaac Hale 
Elijah Sawyer 
John L. Putnam 

1844 Whig: 

Joseph Low 
Joseph Healey 
John Rogers 
Benjamin M. Farley 
Rufus Parish 
Samuel Garfield 

1848 Democratic: 

Samuel Tilton 
Jesse Bowers 
Joseph H. Smith 
Jonathan Eastman 
Richard H. Ayer 
Simeon Warner 

1848 Whig: 

James Bell 
William Haile 
John B. Underhill 
Richard Bradley 
Edmund Parker 
Jonathan Kittredge 

1852 Democratic: 

Henry Hubbard 
Samuel Jones 
Jabez A. Douglass 
Samuel Webster 
Nathaniel B. Baker 

1852 Whig: 

Thomas M. Edwards 
William H.Y. Hackett 
Austin F. Pike 
Aaron H. Cragin 
Daniel M. Christie 

1856 Republican: 

William H.H. Bailey 
Thomas L. Whitton 
Daniel Clark 
Thomas M. Edwards 
John H. White 



1856 Democratic: 

Daniel Marcy 
Jonathan T. Chase 
Horace Chase 
David Buffum 
Eleazer Martin 

1860 Republican: 

John Sullivan 
Ebenezer Stevens 
David Gillis 
Nathaniel Tolles 
Daniel Blaisdell 

1860 Democrats: 

Henry P. Rolfe 
George W. Stevens 
William C. Clarke 
Thomas Gilmore 
John G. Sinclair 

1864 Republican: 

William H.Y. Hackett 
Daniel M. Christie 
Archibald H. Dunlap 
Allen Giffen 
Henry O. Kent 

1864 Democratic: 

Albert R. Hatch 
Abel Haley 
George Stark 
George Huntington 
Harry Bingham 

1868 Republican: 

Amos Paul 
Joel Eastman 
Mason W. Tappan 
Edward L. Goddard 
Albert M. Shaw 

1868 Democratic: 

John S. Bennett 
John W. Sanborn 
Franklin Tenney 
Edmund L. Cushing 
John Bedel 

1872 Republican: 

Lyman D. Stevens 
Benjamin J. Cole 
Phinehas Adams 
William Haile 
Benjamin F. Whidden 

1872 Democratic: 

William P. Wheeler 
Mason W. Tappan 
Frank Jones 
Waterman Smith 
Joseph A. Dodge 

1876 Republican: 

Zimri S. Wallingford 
John J. Morrill 
Moody Currier 
Levi W. Barton 
John M. Brackett 



1876 Democrats: 
Edmund L. Cushing 
John W. Cloutman 
Samuel K. Mason 
Edson Hill 
John W. Sanborn 

1880 Republican: 

Aretas Blood 
Ezra H. Winchester 
Albert Eastman 
John A. Spaulding 
Henry L. Tilton 

1880 Democratic: 

George B. Chandler 
John C. Moulton 
Daniel Marcy 
Frank A. McKean 
Don H. Woodward 

1884 Republican: 

George W. Libbey 
James E. Larkin 
John B. Smith 
Marshall C. Wentworth 

1884 Democratic: 

Frank Jones 
William W. Bailey 
Joseph C. Moore 
James A. Weston 

1888 Republican: 

George W. Nesmith 
Charles D. McDuffee 
Charles S. Whitehouse 
Frank A. Cofran 

1888 Democratic: 

Thomas Cogswell 
Harry Bingham 
George Van Dyke 
Walter Aiken 

1892 Republican: 

Augustus A. Woolson 
George W. Abbott 
Joseph A. Walker 
Abraham P. Olzendam 

1892 Democratic: 

Marcellus Eldridge 
John M. Mitchell 
Cyrus Sargent 
John Dowst 

1896 Democratic: 

William O. Hutchins 
Sidney B. Whittemore 
Gilman Clough 
Nathan C. Jameson 

1896 Republican: 

Frank P. Maynard 
Stephen N. Bourne 
Hiram A. Tuttle 
Thomas H. Van Dyne 



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1900 Republican: 

William J. Hoyt 
Seth M. Richards 
Joseph O. Hobbs 
William H. Mitchell 

1900 Democratic: 

Nathan C. Jameson 
James C. Norris 
Gilman Clough 
Frank B. Preston 

1904 Republican: 

Herman F. Straw 
Frank W. Rollins 
Charles S. Collins 
Albert Bachelder 

1904 Democratic: 

Clarence E. Can- 
Eugene F. McQuesten 
Herbert B. Moulton 
Charles H. Dow 



1920 Democratic 

Marion Dudley Jameson 
Alice S. Harriman 
Patrick H. Sullivan 
Henri A. Bourque 

1924 Republican 
Mary L.C. Schorield 
Annie B. Shepard 
William Robinson Brown 
George A. Carpenter 

1924 Democratic 

Frances T Bingham 
William O. Corbin 
Albert W. Noone 
Patrick H. Sullivan 

1928 Republican 

Harriet M. Spaulding 
Blanche Weymouth 
Ernest M. Hopkins 
Arthur E. Moreau 



1944 Democratic: 

Michael O'Malley 
Amos N. Blandin 
Ellen W. Colony 
Damase Caron 

1944 Republican: 

Huntley N. Spaulding 
Joseph H. Geisel 
Charles A. Holden 
Thelma V. Colby 

1948 Republican: 

Mabel Thompson Cooper 
Alfred J. Chretien 
Blake T. Schurman 
Jeremy R. Waldron 

1948 Democratic: 

Josaphat T Benoit 
Mary A. Stetson 
Edward J. Gallagher 
Murrav H. Towle 



1908 Republican: 

Charles H. Greenleaf 
Sumner Wallace 
Frank E. Anderson 
Warren Brown 



1928 Democratic 
Iva H. Drew 
Gustave Lafontaine 
George D. Lord 
Arthur F. Stearns 



1952 Republican: 

Robert O. Blood 
Joseph H. Geisel 
Sara E. Otis 
Charles F. Stafford 



1908 Democratic: 

William Corey 
Frank Collins 
David E. Murphy 
George E. Hutchins 

1912 Republican: 

Orton B. Brown 
George P. Crafts 
Rolland H. Spaulding 
Edward H. Wason 



1932 Republican: 

Van H. Dodge 
Arthur E. Moreau 
Huntley N. Spaulding 
Abby L. Wilder 

1932 Democratic: 

Ira H. Drew 
George D. Lord 
George W. Nutter 
John T. O'Dowd 



1952 Democratic: 

Henry M. Moffett 
Joseph A. Seymour 
Anna Morin Dube 
Madeline A. Gladu 

1956 Republican: 

Viola M. Adams 
Mar)' Senior Brown 
Frank J. Sulloway 
William W. Treat 



1912 Democratic: 

John C. Pattee 
Roger G. Sullivan 
Charles E. Tilton 
Fred H. Brown 



1936 Democratic: 

Henri T. Ledoux 
Robert Marvin 
Alice C. Skinner 
John C. Sullivan 



1956 Democratic: 

Marye Walsh Caron 
Donat Corriveau 
Marv C. Dondero 
Herbert Hill 



1916 Democratic: 

Charles G. Barnard 
Lawrence A. Connor 
Samuel D. Felker 
Jules Parent 

1916 Republican: 

George A. Carpenter 
George A. Fairbanks 
Charles M. Floyd 
George B. Leighton 

1920 Republican 

Alice H. Glessner 
Arthur E. Childs 
George N. Towle 
Albert J. Precourt 



1936 Republican: 

Esther C. Burtt 
Joseph H. Laflamme 
Lois Lyman Patten 
Huntley N. Spaulding 

1940 Democratic: 

Damase Caron 
Irving A. Hinkley 
Michael O'Malley 
Charlotte E. Woodbury 

1940 Republican: 

James C. Farmer 
Arthur E. Moreau 
Huntley N. Spaulding 
Mabel B. Wyeth 



1960 Republican: 

Luella Ball 
Mary Senior Brown 
Richard F. Cooper 
William W. Treat 

1960 Democratic: 
F.E. Normandin 
Josaphat Benoit 
Charles Johnson 
Emmett Kelley 

1964 Democratic: 

J. Willcox Brown 
Frederick E. Cunliffe 
Lewis J. Fisher 
Emmett Kelley 



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1964 Republican: 

Maurice Bois 
Dolores Bridges 
Stewart Lamprey 
Judith Levesque 

1968 Republican: 

Richard F. Cooper 
Norma Studley Currier 
Lane Dwinell 
William C. King 

1968 Democratic: 

Charles E. Baxter 
Raymond Abbott 
Jean Hennessey 
J. Harold Daoust 



1984 Republican: 

M. Sheila Roberge 
Bruce C. Rounds 
John P. Stabile II 
Donna P. Sytek 

1984 Democratic: 

J. Willcox Brown 
Chrysoula Katsiaficas 
Patricia Russell 
Edward Theobald 

1988 Republican: 

John H. Sununu 
John P. Stabile II 
Victoria Zachos 
Carol Reed 



2000 Republican: 

Augusta Petrone 
Stephen Duprey 
Alida Weergang 
Wayne MacDonald 

2000 Democratic: 

Kathleen Sullivan 
Raymond Buckley 
Anita Freedman 
Rick Trombly 

2000 Libertarian: 

John Babiarz 
Rosalie Babiarz 
Kenneth E. Blevens 
Howard Wilson 



1972 Republican: 

Robert P. Bass, Jr. 
Stephen W. Smith 
Robert E. Whalen 
Victoria Zachos 

1972 Democratic: 

John Clougherty 
Eileen Foley 
Harry P. Makris 
Eva Sartwell 



1988 Democratic: 

Madeline Ahlgren 
Mary P. Chambers 
Walter J. Dunfey 
J. Joseph Grandmaison 

1992 Democratic: 

Mary Chambers 
Chris Spirou 
George Disnard 
Katrina Lantos-Swett 



2000 Green: 

Kurt Konietzko 
Carol Hargrove 
Aaron Rizzio 
Jamie Cadorette 

2000 Constitution: 

Dallas Notter 
Mike Faiella 
Carl Fletcher 
Lee A. Button 



1976 Republican: 

Gerald P. Carmen 
Earl A. Rinker III 
George I. Wiggins 
Victoria Zachos 

1976 Democratic: 

James A. Connor 
Hugh J. Gallen 
William Shaheen 
Jean Wallin 

1980 Republican: 

Gerald P. Carmen 
Catherine Cummings 
Carroll F. Jones 
W. Stephen Thayer 

1980 Democratic: 

Helmar Nielsen 
Jeanne Shaheen 
Alfred Sicotte 
Cecelia L. Winn 



1992 Republican: 

Rhona Charbonneau 
Victoria Zachos 
Hugh Gregg 
Warren Rudman 

1992 Libertarian: 

Miriam Luce 
Calvin Warburton 
Finlay Rothhaus 
Amy Bollenbach 

1996 Democratic: 

Joseph F. Keefe 
Edward E. Shumaker III 
Jeanne Shaheen 
Pat Russell 

1996 Republican: 

Stephen Merrill 
John Stabile 
Donna Sytek 
Ruth Griffin 



2000 Independence: 

Vincent E. Koenig 
Mark L. Santelman 
Romelle F. Winters 
Shelly Ann Uscinski 

2004 Democratic: 

Jeanne Shaheen 
Peter Hoe Burling 
Judy Reardon 
James Ryan 

2004 Republican: 

Craig Benson 
Thomas Eaton 
Gene Chandler 
Ruth Griffin 

2004 Independent: 

David E. Pendleton 
Jamie Cadorette 
Gregg Stott 
Tricia Stott 



1996 Libertarian: 

Steve Winter 
Mark Tuniewicz 
John Babiarz 
Rosalie Babiarz 



POPULATION 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE TOWNS 



POPULATION 
UNITED STATES CENSUS 



2(103 



20(111 



1990 



19S0 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Alton 


4,788 


4.502 


3.286 


2,440 


1.647 


1,241 


1,189 


1 .500 


Bamstead 


4,431 


3,886 


3,100 


2,292 


1.119 


850 


846 


1,072 


Belmont 


7,103 


6.716 


5.796 


4,026 


2.493 


1,953 


1.611 


1,294 


Center Harbor 


1.041 


996 


996 


808 


540 


511 


451 


422 


Gilford 


7.216 


6.803 


5.867 


4,841 


3.219 


2,043 


1,251 


661 


Gilmanton 


3,305 


3,060 


2.609 


1,941 


1.010 


736 


754 


1,100 


Laconia 


16.767 


16.411 


15.743 


15.575 


14.888 


15.288 


14.745 


8,042 


Meredith 


6,200 


5,943 


4.837 


4,646 


2,904 


2,434 


2,222 


1,713 


New Hampton 


2,065 


1,950 


1.606 


1,249 


946 


862 


723 


852 


Sanbornton 


2,773 


2,581 


2.136 


1.679 


1.022 


857 


755 


944 


Tilton 


3,561 


3.477 


3.240 


3,387 


2,579 


2.137 


2,085 


1,926 


Belknap County 


59,250 


56,325 


49,216 


42,884 


32,367 


28,912 


26,632 


19,526 



2003 



2000 



1990 



1980 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Albany 


669 


654 


536 


383 


259 


146 


154 


210 


Bartlett 


2.866 


2,705 


2.290 


1,566 


1.098 


1,013 


1,074 


1,013 


Brookfield 


648 


604 


518 


385 


198 


145 


159 


296 


Chatham 


267 


260 


268 


189 


134 


150 


177 


267 


Conway 


8.946 


8.604 


7.940 


7.158 


4,865 


4,298 


4,109 


3.154 


Eaton 


406 


375 


362 


256 


221 


151 


221 


365 


Effingham 


1,350 


1,273 


941 


599 


360 


329 


341 


600 


Freedom 


1.390 


1.303 


935 


720 


387 


363 


315 


594 


Hart's Location 


33 


37 


36 


27 


7 


7 


11 


38 


Jackson 


859 


835 


678 


642 


404 


315 


344 


624 


Madison 


2.125 


1.984 


1.704 


1.051 


572 


429 


486 


529 


Moultonborough 


4.765 


4.484 


2,956 


2,206 


1.310 


840 


880 


901 


Ossipee 


4,426 


4.211 


3,309 


2,465 


1,647 


1.409 


1,412 


1,479 


Sandwich 


1,330 


1,286 


1.066 


905 


666 


620 


615 


1,077 


Tamworth 


2.549 


2,510 


2.165 


1,672 


1.054 


1.016 


1,025 


1,050 


Tuftonboro 


2,271 


2,148 


1.842 


1,500 


910 


678 


697 


663 


Wakefield 


4,569 


4,252 


3,057 


2,237 


1,420 


1.223 


1,267 


1,645 


Wolfeboro 


6,371 


6.083 


4,807 


3,968 


3,036 


2,689 


2.581 


2,390 


Carroll County 


45,840 


43,608 


35,410 


27,929 


18,548 


15,821 


15,868 


16,895 



136 



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POPULATION 
UNITED STATES CENSUS 



2003 



2000 



1990 



1980 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Alstead 


1,997 


1,944 


1,721 


1,461 


1,185 


843 


851 


799 


Chesterfield 


3,695 


3,542 


3,112 


2,561 


1,817 


1,405 


970 


981 


Dublin 


1,524 


1,476 


1,474 


1 .303 


837 


684 


675 


620 


Fitzwilliam 


2,243 


2,141 


2,011 


1 .795 


1 ,362 


966 


872 


987 


Gilsum 


814 


777 


745 


652 


570 


528 


578 


590 


Harrisville 


1,100 


1,075 


981 


860 


584 


459 


519 


791 


Hinsdale 


4,228 


4,082 


3,936 


3,631 


3,276 


2,187 


1,950 


1,933 


Jaffrey 


5.665 


5.476 


5.361 


4,349 


3,353 


3,154 


2,911 


1,891 


Keene 


22,903 


22,563 


22,430 


21,449 


20,467 


17,562 


15,638 


9,165 


Marlborough 


2,085 


2,009 


1.927 


1,846 


1,671 


1,612 


1,561 


1,524 


Marlow 


774 


747 


650 


542 


390 


350 


330 


488 


Nelson 


650 


634 


535 


442 


304 


222 


231 


295 


Richmond 


1.128 


1,077 


877 


518 


287 


295 


259 


459 


Rindge 


5,940 


5,45 1 


4,941 


3,375 


2,175 


941 


707 


855 


Roxbury 


233 


237 


248 


190 


161 


137 


117 


100 


Stoddard 


961 


928 


622 


482 


242 


146 


200 


367 


Sullivan 


795 


746 


706 


585 


376 


261 


272 


287 


Surry 


720 


673 


667 


656 


507 


362 


291 


250 


Swanzey 


7,009 


6,800 


6,236 


5,183 


4,254 


3.626 


2,806 


1 .570 


Troy 


1,997 


1,962 


2,097 


2.131 


1,713 


1,445 


1,360 


1,527 


Walpole 


3,674 


3,594 


3,210 


3,188 


2,966 


2,825 


2,536 


2,693 


Westmoreland 


1845 


1,747 


1,596 


1,452 


998 


921 


789 


875 


Winchester 


4,239 


4,144 


4,038 


3,465 


2,869 


2,411 


2,388 


2,274 


Cheshire County 


76,219 


73,825 


70,121 


62,116 


52,364 


43,342 


38,811 


31,321 





2003 


2000 


1990 


1980 


1970 


1960 


1950 


1900 


Berlin 


10,641 


10,331 


11,824 


13,084 


15,256 


17,821 


16,615 


8,886 


Carroll 


712 


663 


528 


647 


310 


295 


359 


710 


Clarksville 


309 


294 


232 


262 


166 


179 


171 


307 


Colebrook 


2,392 


2,321 


2,444 


2,459 


2,094 


2,389 


2,116 


1,876 


Columbia 


787 


750 


661 


673 


467 


457 


495 


690 


Dalton 


984 


927 


827 


672 


425 


567 


557 


592 


Dummer 


325 


309 


327 


390 


225 


202 


229 


349 


Errol 


346 


298 


292 


313 


199 


220 


224 


305 


Gorham 


2,954 


2,895 


3,173 


3,322 


2,998 


3,039 


2,639 


1,797 


Jefferson 


1 .038 


1,006 


965 


803 


714 


600 


728 


1,080 


Lancaster 


3,386 


3.280 


3.522 


3,401 


3,166 


3,138 


3,113 


3,190 


Milan 


1,364 


1,331 


1 .295 


1,013 


713 


661 


743 


1.135 


Northumberland 


2,492 


2,438 


2,492 


2,520 


2,493 


2,586 


2,779 


1,977 


Pittsburg 


919 


867 


901 


780 


726 


639 


697 


687 


Randolph 


420 


339 


371 


274 


169 


140 


158 


137 


Shelburne 


388 


379 


437 


318 


199 


226 


184 


283 


Stark 


530 


516 


518 


470 


343 


327 


373 


733 


Stewartstown 


1,028 


1,012 


1,048 


943 


1,008 


918 


970 


1,150 


Stratford 


984 


942 


927 


989 


980 


1,029 


973 


968 


Whitefield 


2,091 


2,038 


1,909 


1,681 


1,538 


1,581 


1,677 


2,157 


Coos County 


34,090 


32,936 


34,693 


35,014 


34,189 


37,014 


35,800 


29,009 



POPULATION 



137 



2003 



POPULATION 
UNITED STATES CENSUS 



20011 



1990 



1980 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Alexandria 


1.450 


1.329 


1.190 


706 


466 


370 


402 


630 


Ashland 


1987 


1.955 


1.915 


1,807 


1.599 


1 .473 


1.599 


1,289 


Bath 


927 


893 


784 


761 


607 


604 


706 


1.006 


Benton 


320 


314 


330 


333 


194 


172 


247 


209 


Bethlehem 


2,334 


2,199 


2.033 


1.784 


1.142 


898 


882 


1,261 


Bridgewater 


1.024 


974 


796 


606 


398 


293 


222 


244 


Bristol 


3.148 


3,033 


2,537 


2,198 


1,670 


1,470 


1.586 


1,600 


Campton 


2.862 


2,719 


2,377 


1.694 


1,171 


1,058 


1,149 


999 


Canaan 


3.467 


3,319 


3,045 


2.456 


1.923 


1 .507 


1,465 


1,444 


Dorchester 


373 


353 


392 


244 


141 


91 


133 


308 


Easton 


279 


256 


223 


124 


92 


74 


94 


249 


Ellsworth 


87 


87 


74 


53 


13 


3 


24 


107 


Enfield 


4,825 


4,618 


3.979 


3,175 


2,345 


1,867 


1,612 


1,845 


Franconia 


976 


924 


811 


743 


655 


491 


549 


655 


Grafton 


1.178 


1,138 


923 


739 


370 


348 


442 


748 


Groton 


476 


456 


318 


255 


120 


99 


105 


346 


Hanover 


11.116 


10,850 


9.212 


9.119 


8.494 


7,329 


6,259 


1,884 


Haverhill 


4,561 


4,416 


4,164 


3,445 


3,090 


3.127 


3,357 


3,414 


Hebron 


523 


459 


386 


349 


234 


153 


130 


214 


Holderness 


2.017 


1.930 


1,694 


1.586 


1.048 


749 


731 


662 


Landaff 


378 


378 


350 


266 


292 


289 


342 


500 


Lebanon 


13.123 


12.568 


12,183 


1 1 . 1 34 


9.725 


9,299 


8,495 


4,965 


Lincoln 


1,299 


1,271 


1.229 


1.313 


1.341 


1,228 


1,415 


541 


Lisbon 


1.654 


1.587 


1.664 


1,517 


1.480 


1,788 


2.009 


2,221 


Littleton 


6.105 


5.845 


5.827 


5,558 


5.290 


5.003 


4,817 


4,066 


Lyman 


529 


487 


388 


281 


213 


201 


241 


426 


Lyme 


1.721 


1.679 


1,496 


1,289 


1.112 


1.026 


924 


1,080 


Monroe 


812 


759 


746 


619 


385 


421 


410 


545 


Orange 


302 


299 


237 


197 


103 


83 


82 


213 


Orford 


1.152 


1.091 


1.008 


928 


793 


667 


726 


890 


Piermont 


712 


709 


624 


507 


462 


477 


511 


637 


Plymouth 


6.331 


5.892 


5,811 


5,094 


4.225 


3,210 


3.039 


1.972 


Rumney 


1.549 


1.480 


1,446 


1,212 


870 


820 


859 


837 


Sugar Hill 


627 


563 


464 


397 


336 


— 


— 


— 


Thornton 


1.947 


1.843 


1 .505 


952 


594 


480 


460 


552 


Warren 


922 


873 


820 


650 


539 


548 


581 


799 


Waterville Valley 


270 


257 


151 


180 


109 


14 


11 


50 


Wentworth 


853 


798 


630 


527 


376 


300 


413 


617 


Woodstock 


1,173 


1,139 


1.167 


1,008 


897 


827 


894 


628 


Grafton County 


85,389 


81,740 


74,929 


65,806 


54,914 


48,857 


47,923 


40,653 



138 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



POPULATION 
UNITED STATES CENSUS 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vernon 

Nashua 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 



2003 


2000 


1990 


1980 


1970 


1960 


1950 


1900 


11.342 


10.769 


9,068 


8.243 


4,605 


2,051 


1,461 


1.231 


2,545 


2,449 


2,360 


2.208 


2.122 


1,121 


1.030 


1,366 


20,181 


18,274 


12,563 


9,481 


5,859 


3,636 


2,176 


1.148 


1.445 


1.401 


1,236 


890 


639 


591 


593 


667 


4,533 


4,181 


2,410 


1,766 


1,167 


795 


671 


505 


1.987 


1,875 


1.707 


1,041 


578 


345 


392 


486 


1.555 


1,480 


1.217 


830 


525 


495 


405 


693 


17.485 


16,929 


14.621 


11,315 


9.284 


7.230 


5.638 


2.528 


1.744 


1.657 


1.519 


972 


1.058 


538 


430 


605 


2,258 


2,224 


2,231 


1,988 


1.587 


1 ,385 


1,280 


1.608 


1,818 


1 .739 


1.604 


1,193 


909 


722 


612 


642 


5,331 


4,928 


4.498 


3,437 


2.775 


2,310 


2.179 


2,254 


7,454 


7,015 


5,705 


4,679 


2,616 


1,720 


1.196 


910 


24,005 


22,928 


19,530 


14.022 


10.638 


5,876 


4,183 


1,261 


7,829 


7.360 


5,516 


4.150 


1.420 


721 


427 


243 


1,727 


1,585 


1.294 


1,070 


789 


594 


552 


686 


109,234 


107.006 


99,332 


90,936 


87,754 


88,282 


82,732 


56.987 


1,233 


1.147 


1.212 


792 


518 


349 


288 


459 


26,398 


25,119 


22,156 


15,406 


8.595 


2,989 


1.908 


1,234 


14,418 


13,535 


11.795 


8,685 


6.622 


4,863 


4,159 


3,739 


2,273 


2,034 


1.812 


1.444 


906 


585 


405 


453 


87.907 


86,605 


79.662 


67.865 


55.820 


39,096 


34,669 


23.898 


4,716 


4,138 


3,214 


1,928 


1,390 


925 


865 


1,002 


4,842 


4,289 


4,014 


2,433 


1,803 


1,455 


1,147 


911 


12.051 


10,914 


9,408 


8,090 


5,408 


2.605 


1.317 


875 


6,086 


5,883 


5.239 


4.895 


3.807 


2.963 


2.556 


2.527 


369 


360 


299 


184 


136 


78 


62 


122 


1.452 


1.297 


1.194 


692 


441 


361 


330 


313 


8,405 


7.776 


6,193 


3,232 


1,851 


1.420 


1,345 


1,553 


3,926 


3,743 


3,122 


2.669 


2,276 


2,025 


1,952 


1,696 


229 


201 


107 


72 


43 


35 


27 


38 



Hillsborough County 



396,778 380,841 335,838 276,608 223,941 178,161 156,987 112,640 



2003 



2000 



1990 



1980 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



5,032 
2.186 
3,787 
7,635 
1,544 
2,127 
2,440 

41,940 
1,119 
2,428 
4,380 
8,562 
4,757 
1,055 

12,685 
5,582 
4,879 
1,940 
4,379 
4,793 
7,231 
4,233 
1,215 
1,686 
2,898 
1,691 
1,206 



4,843 
2,109 
3.672 
7,138 
1,454 
1,979 
2,236 

40,687 
1,071 
2,226 
4,021 
8.405 
4,433 
992 

11,721 
5,399 
4,481 
1,702 
4,116 
4,548 
6,897 
3,931 
1,137 
1,544 
2.760 
1,579 
1,144 



4,649 
1,883 
3,586 
5.500 
1,405 
1.687 
1.942 
36.006 

881 
1,759 
3.591 
8.304 
4,151 

814 
9,002 
4.806 
4,114 
1,347 
3,180 
4,263 
6.561 
3,701 
1,061 
1,457 
2,250 
1,405 

935 



4,398 
1,587 
3,435 
4,015 
1,115 
1.410 
1,492 
30.400 

680 
1.174 
2,743 
7,901 
3,246 

736 
7,303 
3,861 
2,454 

961 
2,935 
3,051 
4,861 
2,889 

781 
1,091 
1.963 
1 ,095 

725 



2.732 

1.138 

3,162 

2,479 

679 

895 

1,083 

30,022 

489 

825 

1.469 

7,292 

2,348 

450 

5,564 

3,007 

1,707 

509 

2,236 

2,193 

4,261 

2,517 

589 

642 

1,441 

680 

516 



1,789 

955 

2,181 

1,340 

508 

674 

821 

28,991 

435 

632 

1,002 

6,742 

1,636 

396 

3,713 

2 225 

1.194 

342 

1.738 

1,784 

3,514 

2,419 

415 

487 

1.004 

457 

391 



1 .540 

1.057 

1,857 

1,062 

606 

627 

735 

27,988 

496 

533 

756 

6,552 

1,675 

310 

2.792 

1.831 

1,012 

320 

1,484 

1,561 

3,094 

2,321 

423 

554 

1.080 

386 

370 



1,496 

1,179 

1,455 

617 

805 

821 

598 

19.632 

654 

551 

771 

5,846 

1,507 

603 

1,665 

1,652 

960 

424 

768 

1,227 

3,183 

2,129 

604 

776 

1,358 

496 

653 



Merrimack Countv 



143,410 136,225 120,240 



98,302 



80,925 67,785 63,022 52,430 



POPULATION 



139 



2003 



POPULATION 
UNITED STATES CENSUS 



20(10 



1990 



19S0 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

New-fields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 

Rockingham County 



6,578 


6.178 


5.188 


4,397 


2,291 


1.017 


492 


442 


4,984 


4,682 


4,085 


2,883 


2.035 


1,292 


1.158 


682 


3,939 


3.197 


2.590 


2,004 


1.468 


1.072 


819 


957 


4,116 


3,911 


3.557 


2,989 


1.997 


1.490 


1.243 


1.057 


4,488 


3,792 


2.691 


2.006 


1.382 


1,053 


807 


861 


4.336 


4,023 


2.534 


1.318 


924 


605 


508 


615 


4,151 


3,678 


3,124 


1.979 


1,178 


714 


706 


1.162 


34.678 


34.021 


29,603 


18.875 


11,712 


6,987 


5.826 


3,583 


1.921 


1.784 


1.352 


1.135 


838 


574 


449 


496 


5.879 


5.476 


5.162 


3,460 


2,356 


2,006 


1.796 


1.641 


14.505 


14.058 


12.481 


1 1 ,024 


8,892 


7,243 


5.664 


4.922 


3.834 


3,510 


2.576 


1,333 


993 


783 


698 


749 


3.377 


3.208 


2,768 


2.129 


1.784 


1,196 


719 


607 


8,529 


8.297 


6.732 


3.785 


2.401 


1,261 


902 


823 


15,266 


14.937 


12,278 


10.493 


8.011 


5,379 


2,847 


1.209 


1.988 


1.880 


1 .503 


1.372 


1.254 


885 


629 


560 


2.016 


1.893 


1.631 


1,322 


1,044 


708 


542 


524 


6,126 


5.862 


5.591 


4,111 


2.882 


1,672 


1.283 


1,132 


24.161 


23.236 


19.781 


13.598 


5,346 


2,457 


1.640 


1,408 


1,023 


1,010 


840 


936 


975 


823 


583 


581 


1.626 


1.551 


888 


817 


843 


737 


469 


647 


794 


775 


990 


716 


798 


1.045 


494 


390 


8,823 


8.027 


7,157 


4,290 


3.361 


3.153 


2,709 


2,892 


4.494 


4,289 


3,473 


3,068 


1.920 


1,419 


1,173 


924 


4.496 


4.259 


3,637 


3,425 


3.259 


1.910 


1,104 


812 


3.784 


3.640 


3,124 


2.175 


1.525 


1 .034 


966 


1,304 


4.015 


3.701 


2,939 


1.952 


952 


623 


566 


638 


7,906 


7.747 


7,316 


5,609 


4,712 


2.915 


2,082 


1,027 


21,051 


20.784 


25,925 


26.254 


25.717 


26.900 


18.830 


10.637 


10.237 


9.674 


8.713 


5,453 


3,003 


1,867 


1,428 


1,100 


5,290 


5.182 


4.612 


4.508 


4.083 


3,244 


1,982 


1,142 


29.027 


28.112 


25.746 


24,124 


20,142 


9.210 


4.805 


2,041 


5,563 


5.143 


4,060 


2,057 


741 


366 


315 


400 


8,391 


7.934 


6,503 


5,917 


3,053 


2,209 


1.788 


1,497 


881 


844 


740 


660 


558 


443 


314 


297 


6.757 


6.355 


4.955 


2,507 


1,512 


1.033 


759 


718 


12.138 


10.709 


9,000 


5.664 


3,008 


1.317 


964 


641 


91,168 


277,359 


245,845 


190,345 


138,950 


98,642 


70,059 


51,118 



140 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



2003 



POPULATION 
UNITED STATES CENSUS 



2000 



1990 



1980 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Barrington 

Dover 

Durham 

Farmington 

Lee 

Madbury 

Middleton 

Milton 

New Durham 

Rochester 

Rollinsford 

Somersworth 

Strafford 

Strafford County 



7,968 


7.475 


6,164 


4,404 


1,865 


1,036 


1,052 


1.208 


28,329 


26,884 


25,042 


22,377 


20,850 


19,131 


15,874 


13,207 


13,046 


12,664 


11.818 


10,652 


8,869 


5,504 


4.770 


996 


6,273 


5,774 


5,739 


4,630 


3,588 


3,287 


3,454 


2,265 


4,319 


4,145 


3,729 


2.111 


1.481 


931 


575 


545 


1,701 


1,509 


1,404 


987 


704 


556 


489 


336 


1.604 


1,440 


1,183 


734 


430 


349 


255 


300 


4,246 


3.910 


3.691 


2,438 


1.859 


1,418 


1,510 


1,625 


2,384 


2,220 


1,974 


1,183 


583 


474 


463 


625 


29,642 


28,461 


26,630 


21,560 


17,938 


15,927 


13.776 


8.466 


2,685 


2,648 


2,645 


2.319 


2,273 


1,935 


1,652 


1,701 


11,758 


11,477 


11.249 


10,350 


9,026 


8,529 


6,927 


7,023 


3,886 


3,626 


2,965 


1,663 


965 


722 


770 


1,040 


17,841 


112,233 


104,233 


85,408 


70,431 


59,799 


51,567 


39,337 



2003 



2000 



1990 



1980 



1970 



1960 



1950 



1900 



Acworth 


853 


836 


776 


590 


459 


371 


418 


594 


Charlestown 


4,895 


4.749 


4.630 


4,417 


3,274 


2,576 


2,077 


1,473 


Claremont 


13,211 


13,151 


13.902 


14,557 


14,221 


13,563 


12,811 


6.498 


Cornish 


1,698 


1,661 


1,659 


1,390 


1,268 


1,106 


989 


962 


Croydon 


743 


661 


627 


457 


396 


312 


349 


372 


Goshen 


785 


741 


742 


549 


395 


351 


356 


345 


Grantham 


2,326 


2,167 


1,247 


704 


366 


332 


359 


374 


Langdon 


611 


586 


580 


437 


337 


338 


378 


339 


Lempster 


1,035 


971 


947 


637 


360 


272 


309 


391 


Newport 


6,363 


6,269 


6.110 


6,229 


5,899 


5,458 


5,131 


3,126 


Plamfield 


2,364 


2,241 


2,056 


1,749 


1,323 


1,071 


1,011 


1,114 


Springfield 


995 


945 


788 


532 


310 


283 


324 


439 


Sunapee 


3,166 


3,055 


2,559 


2,312 


1,384 


1,164 


1.108 


946 


Unity 


1,626 


1 ,530 


1,341 


1,092 


709 


708 


653 


572 


Washington 


917 


895 


628 


411 


248 


162 


168 


464 


Sullivan County 


41,588 


40,458 


38,592 


36,063 


30,949 


28,067 


26,441 


18,009 



TOWNS AND WARDS DISTRICTED FOR ELECTION PURPOSES 



141 



TOWNS AND WARDS 
AS DISTRICTED FOR ELECTION PURPOSES 







Executive 










Congressional 


Council 


Senatorial 


Representative 






District 


District 


District 


District 


County 


Acworth 


2 


2 


8 


5 


Sullivan 


Albany 


1 


1 


1 


2 


Carroll 


Alexandria 


2 


1 


2 


8 


Grafton 


Allenstown 


2 


2 


17 


8 


Merrimack 


Alstead 


2 


2 


8 


2 


Cheshire 


Alton 


1 


1 


4 


5 


Belknap 


Amherst 


2 


5 


11 


6 


Hillsborough 


Andover 


2 


2 


5 


6 


Merrimack 


Antrim 


2 


2 


7 


1 


Hillsborough 


Ashland 


2 


1 


2 


8 


Grafton 


Atkinson 


2 


3 


22 


6 


Rockingham 


Auburn 


1 


4 


14 


3 


Rockingham 


Barnstead 


1 


2 


4 


5 


Belknap 


Barrington 


1 


3 


6 


3 


Strafford 


Bartlett 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Carroll 


Bath 


2 


1 


2 


3 


Grafton 


Bedford 


1 


4 


9 


18 


Hillsborough 


Belmont 


1 


1 


4 


5 


Belknap 


Bennington 


2 


2 


7 


2 


Hillsborough 


Benton 


2 


1 


2 


5 


Grafton 


Berlin 












Wardl 


2 


1 




4 


Coos 


Ward 2 


2 


1 




4 


Coos 


Ward 3 


2 


1 




4 


Coos 


Ward 4 


2 


I 




4 


Coos 


Bethlehem 


2 


1 




2 


Grafton 


Boscawen 


2 


2 


7 


6 


Merrimack 


Bow 


2 


2 


16 


13 


Merrimack 


Bradford 


2 


2 


7 


5 


Merrimack 


Brentwood 


1 


3 


17 


10 


Rockingham 


Bridgewater 


2 


1 


2 


8 


Grafton 


Bristol 


2 


1 


2 


8 


Grafton 


Brookfield 


1 


2 


3 


5 


Carroll 


Brookline 


2 


5 


12 


5 


Hillsborough 


Campton 


2 


1 


2 


6 


Grafton 


Canaan 


2 


1 


2 


10 


Grafton 


Candia 


1 


4 


16 


1 


Rockingham 


Canterbury 


2 


2 


7 


6 


Merrimack 


Carroll 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


Center Harbor 


1 


1 


2 


1 


Belknap 


Charlestown 


2 


1 


8 


5 


Sullivan 


Chatham 


1 


1 


3 


1 


Carroll 


Chester 


1 


3 


17 


7 


Rockingham 


Chesterfield 


2 


2 


10 


4 


Cheshire 


Chichester 


2 


2 


17 


7 


Merrimack 


Claremont 












Wardl 


2 




8 


4 


Sullivan 


Ward 2 


2 




8 


4 


Sullivan 


Ward 3 


2 




8 


4 


Sullivan 


Clarksville 


2 




1 


1 


Coos 


Colebrook 


2 




1 


1 


Coos 


Columbia 


2 




1 


1 


Coos 



142 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



Concord 

Ward 1 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 

Ward 7 

Ward 8 

Ward 9 

Ward 10 
Conway 
Cornish 
Croydon 

Dalton 

Danbury 

Danville 

Deerrield 

Deering 

Derry 

Dixville 

Dorchester 

Dover 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 
Dublin 
Dummer 
Dunbarton 
Durham 

East Kingston 

Easton 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Epping 

Epsom 

Errol 

Exeter 

Farmington 

Fitzwilliam 

Francestown 

Franconia 

Franklin 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 
Freedom 
Fremont 

Gilford 

Gilmanton 

Gilsum 

Goffstown 

Gorham 

Goshen 





Executive 








Congressional 


Council 


Senatorial 


Representative 




District 


District 


District 


District 


County 


2 


2 


15 


10 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


10 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


10 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


11 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


12 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


12 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


12 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


11 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


11 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


11 


Merrimack 


1 


1 


3 


1 


Carroll 


2 


1 


5 


1 


Sullivan 


2 


1 


5 


2 


Sullivan 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


2 


2 


5 


1 


Merrimack 


1 


3 


17 


7 


Rockingham 


1 


2 


17 


1 


Rockingham 


2 


2 


7 


2 


Hillsborough 


1 


4 


19 


5 


Rockingham 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Coos 


2 


1 


2 


10 


Grafton 


1 


3 


21 


4 


Strafford 


1 


3 


21 


4 


Strafford 


1 


3 


21 


5 


Strafford 


1 


3 


21 


5 


Strafford 


1 


3 


21 


6 


Strafford 


1 


3 


21 


6 


Strafford 


2 


2 


10 


7 


Cheshire 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Coos 


2 


5 


16 


13 


Merrimack 


1 


3 


21 


7 


Strafford 


1 


3 


23 


11 


Rockingham 


2 


1 


2 


3 


Grafton 


1 


1 


3 


2 


Carroll 


1 


1 


3 


5 


Carroll 


2 


1 


2 


6 


Grafton 


2 


1 


5 


10 


Grafton 


1 


3 


21 


9 


Rockingham 


2 


2 


17 


8 


Merrimack 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Coos 


1 


3 


23 


13 


Rockingham 


1 


2 


3 


3 


Strafford 


2 


5 


10 


5 


Cheshire 


2 


2 


7 


2 


Hillsborough 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Grafton 


2 


2 


5 


2 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


5 


2 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


5 


2 


Merrimack 


1 


1 


3 


3 


Carroll 


1 


3 


17 


9 


Rockingham 


1 


1 


4 


5 


Belknap 


1 


2 


4 


6 


Belknap 


2 


2 


8 


1 


Cheshire 


1 


5 


20 


7 


Hillsborough 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Coos 


2 


2 


8 


2 


Sullivan 



TOWNS AND WARDS DISTRICTED FOR ELECTION PURPOSES 



143 



Grafton 

Grantham 

Greenfield 

Greenland 

Greenville 

Groton 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Harrisville 

Hart's Location 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hillsborough 

Hinsdale 

Holderness 

Hollis 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Hudson 

Jackson 
Jaffrey 
Jefferson 
Keene 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 
Kensington 
Kingston 

Laconia 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 
Lancaster 
Landaff 
Langdon 
Lebanon 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 
Lee 

Lempster 
Lincoln 
Lisbon 
Litchfield 
Littleton 
Londonderry 
Loudon 
Lyman 
Lyme 
Lyndeborough 





Executive 








Congressional 


Council 


Senatorial 


Representative 




District 


District 


District 


District 


County 


2 


1 


5 


10 


Grafton 


2 


1 


5 


1 


Sullivan 


2 


2 


9 


2 


Hillsborough 


1 


3 


24 


17 


Rockingham 


2 


5 


11 


3 


Hillsborough 


2 


1 


2 


8 


Grafton 


1 


3 


19 


8 


Rockingham 


1 


3 


24 


15 


Rockingham 


1 


3 


24 


14 


Rockingham 


2 


2 


7 


1 


Hillsborough 


2 


1 


5 


9 


Grafton 


2 


2 


7 


6 


Cheshire 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Carroll 


2 


1 


2 


5 


Grafton 


2 


1 


2 


7 


Grafton 


2 


2 


7 


5 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


5 


2 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


7 


1 


Hillsborough 


2 


5 


10 


4 


Cheshire 


2 


1 


2 


8 


Grafton 


2 


5 


12 


5 


Hillsborough 


1 


4 


16 


9 


Merrimack 


2 


2 


15 


4 


Merrimack 


2 


4 


14 


27 


Hillsborough 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Carroll 


2 


5 


11 


7 


Cheshire 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


2 


5 


10 


3 


Cheshire 


2 


5 


10 


3 


Cheshire 


2 


5 


10 


3 


Cheshire 


2 


5 


10 


3 


Cheshire 


2 


5 


10 


3 


Cheshire 


1 


3 


23 


14 


Rockingham 


1 


3 


23 


8 


Rockingham 


1 


1 


4 


4 


Belknap 


1 


1 


4 


4 


Belknap 


1 


1 


4 


4 


Belknap 


1 


1 


4 


4 


Belknap 


1 


1 


4 


4 


Belknap 


1 


1 


4 


4 


Belknap 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


2 


1 


2 


3 


Grafton 


2 


2 


8 


5 


Sullivan 


2 


1 


5 


11 


Grafton 


2 


1 


5 


11 


Grafton 


2 


1 


5 


11 


Grafton 


1 


3 


21 


7 


Strafford 


2 


2 


8 


4 


Sullivan 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Grafton 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Grafton 


2 


4 


18 


27 


Hillsborough 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Grafton 


1 


4 


14 


3 


Rockingham 


2 


2 


7 


6 


Merrimack 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Grafton 


2 


1 


2 


9 


Grafton 


2 


5 


9 


4 


Hillsborough 



144 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 







Executive 










Congressional 


Council 


Senatorial 


Representative 






District 


District 


District 


District 


County 


Madbury 


1 


3 


6 


7 


Strafford 


Madison 


1 


1 


3 


2 


Carroll 


Manchester 












Wardl 


1 


4 


16 


8 


Hillsborough 


Ward 2 


1 


4 


16 


9 


Hillsborough 


Ward 3 


1 


4 


20 


10 


Hillsborough 


Ward 4 


1 


4 


20 


11 


Hillsborough 


Ward 5 


1 


4 


18 


12 


Hillsborough 


Ward 6 


1 


4 


18 


13 


Hillsborough 


Ward 7 


1 


4 


18 


14 


Hillsborough 


Ward 8 


1 


4 


18 


15 


Hillsborough 


Ward 9 


1 


4 


18 


16 


Hillsborough 


Ward 10 


1 


4 


20 


17 


Hillsborough 


Ward 1 1 


1 


4 


20 


17 


Hillsborough 


Ward 12 


1 


4 


16 


17 


Hillsborough 


Marlborough 


2 


2 


10 


6 


Cheshire 


Marlow 


2 


2 


8 


2 


Cheshire 


Mason 


2 


5 


12 


5 


Hillsborough 


Meredith 


1 


1 


2 


3 


Belknap 


Merrimack 


1 


5 


9 


19 


Hillsborough 


Middleton 


1 


2 


3 


3 


Strafford 


Milan 


2 


1 


1 


4 


Coos 


Milford 


2 


5 


11 


6 


Hillsborough 


Millsfleld 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Coos 


Milton 


1 


2 


3 


3 


Strafford 


Monroe 


2 


1 


2 


3 


Grafton 


Mont Vernon 


2 


5 


9 


4 


Hillsborough 


Moultonborough 


1 


1 


3 


4 


Carroll 


Nashua 












Ward 1 


2 


5 


12 


20 


Hillsborough 


Ward 2 


2 


5 


12 


21 


Hillsborough 


Ward 3 


2 


5 


13 


22 


Hillsborough 


Ward 4 


2 


5 


13 


23 


Hillsborough 


Ward 5 


2 


5 


12 


26 


Hillsborough 


Ward 6 


2 


5 


13 


24 


Hillsborough 


Ward 7 


2 


5 


13 


25 


Hillsborough 


Ward 8 


2 


5 


13 


26 


Hillsborough 


Ward 9 


2 


5 


12 


26 


Hilslborough 


Nelson 


2 


2 


7 


2 


Cheshire 


New Boston 


2 


5 


9 


4 


Hillsborough 


Newbury 


2 


2 


8 


3 


Merrimack 


New Castle 


1 


3 


24 


18 


Rockingham 


New Durham 


1 


2 


4 


3 


Strafford 


Newfields 


1 


3 


23 


12 


Rockingham 


New Hampton 


1 


1 


2 


1 


Belknap 


Newington 


1 


3 


24 


16 


Rockingham 


New Ipswich 


2 


5 


11 


3 


Hillsborough 


New London 


2 


2 


8 


1 


Merrimack 


Newmarket 


1 


3 


23 


12 


Rockingham 


Newport 


2 


1 


8 


2 


Sullivan 


Newton 


1 


3 


23 


11 


Rockingham 


Northfield 


2 


2 


7 


6 


Merrimack 


North Hampton 


1 


3 


24 


13 


Rockingham 


Northumberland 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


Northwood 


1 


2 


17 


1 


Rockingham 


Nottingham 


1 


3 


6 


1 


Rockingham 


Orange 


2 


1 


2 


10 


Grafton 


Orford 


2 


1 


2 


6 


Grafton 


Ossipee 


1 


1 


3 


3 


Carroll 



TOWNS AND WARDS DISTRICTED FOR ELECTION PURPOSES 



145 



Pelham 

Pembroke 

Peterborough 

Piermont 

Pittsburg 

Pittsfield 

Plainfield 

Plaistow 

Plymouth 

Portsmouth 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Randolph 

Raymond 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Rochester 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 

Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Roxbury 
Rumney 
Rye 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Sanbornton 

Sandown 

Sandwich 

Seabrook 

Sharon 

Shelbume 

Somersworth 

Wardl 

Ward 2 

Ward 3 

Ward 4 

Ward 5 
South Hampton 
Springfield 
Stark 

Stewartstown 
Stoddard 
Strafford 
Stratford 
Stratham 
Sugar Hill 
Sullivan 
Sunapee 
Surry 
Sutton 
Swanzey 





Executive 








Congressional 


Council 


Senatorial 


Representative 




District 


District 


District 


District 


County 


2 


4 


22 


27 


Hillsborough 


2 


2 


15 


7 


Merrimack 


2 


5 


11 


3 


Hillsborough 


2 


1 


2 


5 


Grafton 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Coos 


2 


2 


17 


8 


Merrimack 


2 


1 


5 


1 


Sullivan 


1 


3 


22 


8 


Rockingham 


2 


1 


2 


7 


Grafton 


1 


3 


24 


16 


Rockingham 


1 


3 


24 


16 


Rockingham 


1 


3 


24 


16 


Rockingham 


1 


3 


24 


16 


Rockingham 


1 


3 


24 


16 


Rockingham 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


1 


4 


17 


2 


Rockingham 


2 


5 


10 


5 


Cheshire 


2 


5 


11 


7 


Cheshire 


1 


2 


6 




Strafford 


1 


2 


6 




Strafford 


1 


2 


6 




Strafford 


1 


2 


6 




Strafford 


1 


2 


6 




Strafford 


I 


2 


6 




Strafford 


1 


2 


21 


2 


Strafford 


2 


2 


8 


2 


Cheshire 


2 


1 


2 


6 


Grafton 


1 


3 


24 


18 


Rockingham 


2 


3 


22 


4 


Rockingham 


2 


2 


7 


6 


Merrimack 


2 


1 


2 


2 


Belknap 


1 


3 


17 


7 


Rockingham 


1 


1 


3 


3 


Carroll 


1 


3 


23 


14 


Rockingham 


2 


5 


11 


3 


Hillsborough 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Coos 


1 


2 


6 


2 


Strafford 


1 


2 


6 


2 


Strafford 


1 


2 


6 


2 


Strafford 


1 


2 


6 


2 


Strafford 


1 


2 


6 


2 


Strafford 


1 


3 


23 


14 


Rockingham 


2 


1 


5 


2 


Sullivan 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Coos 


2 


2 


8 


2 


Cheshire 


1 


2 


4 


3 


Strafford 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Coos 


1 


3 


23 


13 


Rockingham 


2 


1 


1 


3 


Grafton 


2 


2 


8 


2 


Cheshire 


2 


1 


8 


3 


Sullivan 


2 


2 


10 


1 


Cheshire 


2 


2 


8 


3 


Merrimack 


2 


5 


10 


6 


Cheshire 



146 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 







Executive 












Congressional 
District 


Council 
District 


Senatorial 
District 


Representative 
District 


County 


Tamworth 


1 


1 


3 




3 


Carroll 


Temple 
Thornton 


2 
2 


5 
1 


II 

2 




4 

4 


Hillsborough 
Grafton 


Tilton 

Troy 

Tuftonboro 


2 
2 

1 


1 
5 
1 


4 

10 

3 




2 
6 

4 


Belknap 
Cheshire 
Carroll 



Unity 



Sullivan 



Wakefield 

Walpole 

Warner 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterville Valley 

We are 

Webster 

Wentworth 

Westmoreland 

Whitefield 

Wilmot 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Windsor 

Wolfeboro 

Woodstock 



2 


2 


8 


2 


2 


7 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


8 


2 


1 


1 


2 


2 


7 


2 


2 


7 


2 


1 


2 


2 


2 


8 


2 


1 


1 


2 


2 


5 


2 


5 


11 


2 


5 


10 


2 


3 


19 


2 


2 


7 


1 


1 


3 


2 


1 


2 



5 


Carroll 


2 


Cheshire 


4 


Merrimack 


5 


Grafton 


2 


Sullivan 


3 


Grafton 


7 


Hillsborough 


4 


Merrimack 


6 


Grafton 


1 


Cheshire 


2 


Coos 


1 


Merrimack 


4 


Hillsborough 


4 


Cheshire 


4 


Rockingham 


1 


Hillsborough 


4 


Carroll 


4 


Grafton 



UNINCORPORATED PLACES 









Executive 










Congressional 


Council 


Senatoria 


Representative 






District 


District 


Distric 


t District 


County 


At.&Gil.Ac. Gt. 




2 






1 


Coos 


Bean's Grant 




2 






3 


Coos 


Bean's Purchase 




2 






3 


Coos 


Cambridge 




2 






1 


Coos 


Chandler's Purchase 




2 






3 


Coos 


Crawford's Purchase 




2 






3 


Coos 


Cutt's Grant 




2 






3 


Coos 


Dix's Grant 




2 






1 


Coos 


Erving's Location 




2 






1 


Coos 


Green's Grant 




2 






3 


Coos 


Hadley's Purchase 




2 






3 


Coos 


Hale's Location 




1 






1 


Carroll 


Kilkenny 




2 






2 


Coos 


Livermore 




2 






3 


Grafton 


Low & Burbank's Grant 




2 






3 


Coos 


Martin's Location 




2 






3 


Coos 


Odell 




2 






1 


Coos 


Pinkham's Grant 




2 






3 


Coos 


Sargent's Purchase 




2 






3 


Coos 


Second College Grant 




2 






1 


Coos 


Success 




2 






4 


Coos 


Thompson & Meserve's 


Purchase 


2 






3 


Coos 


Wentworth 's Location 




2 






1 


Coos 



VOTER TURNOUT 



147 



VOTER TURNOUT 2004 



SEPTEMBER PRIMARY 



NOVEMBER ELECTION 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




Summary By Counties 


R Vote 


D Vote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Belknap County 


3,348 


1,985 


5.333 


34,471 


15.47% 


32,549 


39,719 


81.95% 


Carroll County 


2.528 


1,860 


4,388 


32.325 


13.57% 


28,385 


35,668 


81.38% 


Cheshire County 


4,122 


4,704 


8,826 


44,334 


19.91% 


41,636 


52.512 


79.29% 


Coos County 


1.806 


1,534 


3,340 


18,866 


17.70% 


17.133 


21,391 


80.09% 


Grafton County 


4,849 


4.409 


9.258 


49,945 


18.54% 


47,253 


59,152 


79.88% 


Hillsborough County 


22.137 


17.684 


39,821 


210.325 


18.93% 


196,636 


245.927 


79.96% 


Merrimack County 


8.117 


9,315 


17,432 


83,316 


20.92% 


77,813 


96,601 


81.68% 


Rockingham County 


15,699 


1 1 .078 


26,777 


175,934 


15.22% 


160,292 


203,025 


79.17% 


Strafford County 


5,342 


6.284 


11,626 


61.684 


18.85% 


60,107 


60,340 


100.00% 


Sullivan County 


1,924 


1,996 


3,920 


23.854 


16.43% 


21,868 


27,347 


79.96% 


TOTALS 


69,872 


60,849 


130,721 


735,054 


17.78% 


683,672 


855,861 


79.88% 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




TOWN/CITY 


R Vote 


D Vote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Alton 


300 


131 


431 


3,293 


13.09% 


3,095 


3,726 


83.06% 


Barnstead 


200 


177 


377 


2,609 


14.45% 


2,350 


3,035 


77.43% 


Belmont 


246 


184 


430 


3,529 


12.18% 


3,380 


4,268 


79.19% 


Center Harbor 


120 


39 


159 


741 


21.46% 


715 


856 


83.53% 


Gilford 


468 


234 


702 


5.150 


13.63% 


4.609 


5,715 


80.65% 


Gilmanton 


163 


118 


281 


2.109 


13.32% 


2,049 


2,467 


83.06% 


Laconia Ward 1 


197 


87 


284 


1,657 


17.14% 


1,551 


1,939 


79.99% 


Laconia Ward 2 


147 


79 


226 


1,253 


18.04% 


1,207 


1,303 


92.63% 


Laconia Ward 3 


124 


99 


223 


1,222 


18.25% 


1,228 


1,473 


83.37% 


Laconia Ward 4 


138 


77 


215 


1,315 


16.35% 


1,278 


1,599 


79.92% 


Laconia Ward 5 


74 


99 


173 


1,116 


15.50% 


1,092 


1.356 


80.53% 


Laconia Ward 6 


166 


81 


247 


1,630 


15.15% 


1.567 


1,707 


91.80% 


Meredith 


493 


217 


710 


3,846 


18.46% 


3,655 


4,410 


82.88% 


New Hampton 


170 


94 


264 


1,208 


21.85% 


1,227 


1,420 


86.41% 


Sanbornton 


162 


127 


289 


1,866 


15.49% 


1,742 


2,131 


81.75% 


Tilton 


180 


142 


322 


1,927 


16.71% 


1,804 


2,314 


77.96% 


BELKNAP COUNTY 


3,348 


1,985 


5,333 


34,471 


15.47% 


32,549 


39,719 


81.95% 


Albany 


43 


41 


84 


441 


19.05% 


397 


516 


76.94% 


Bartlett 


159 


88 


247 


2,141 


1 1 .54% 


1,947 


2.515 


77.42% 


Brookfield 


72 


50 


122 


447 


27.29% 


446 


460 


96.96% 


Chatham 


21 


9 


30 


187 


16.04% 


195 


214 


91.12% 


Conway 


302 


200 


502 


5,894 


8.52% 


5,125 


6,758 


85.35% 


Eaton 


26 


27 


53 


290 


18.28% 


276 


316 


87.34% 


Effingham 


54 


59 


113 


790 


14.30% 


726 


925 


78.49% 


Freedom 


68 


69 


137 


1,109 


12.35% 


958 


1,221 


78.46% 


Hale's Location 


11 


1 


12 


112 


10.71% 


109 


127 


85.83% 


Hart's Location 


9 


2 


11 


30 


36.67% 


31 


31 


100.00% 


Jackson 


94 


87 


181 


779 


23.23% 


730 


838 


87.11% 


Madison 


107 


96 


203 


1.463 


13.88% 


1.369 


1,642 


83.37% 


Moultonborough 


269 


116 


385 


3,390 


11.36% 


2,995 


3,728 


80.34% 


Ossipee 


240 


131 


371 


2,794 


13.28% 


2,125 


2,906 


73.12% 


Sandwich 


121 


164 


285 


1.039 


27.43% 


1,023 


1,097 


93.25% 


Tamworth 


131 


224 


355 


1,760 


20.17% 


1,537 


1,940 


79.23% 


Tuftonboro 


181 


66 


247 


1.733 


14.25% 


1,625 


1,972 


82.40% 


Wakefield 


234 


181 


415 


2,735 


15.17% 


2,555 


3,255 


78.49% 


Wolfeboro 


386 


249 


635 


5.191 


12.23% 


4,216 


5,207 


80.97% 


CARROLL COUNTY 


2,528 


1,860 


4,388 


32,325 


13.57% 


28,385 


35,668 


79.58% 



148 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



SEPTEMBER PRIMARY 



NOVEMBER ELECTION 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




TOWN/CITY 


RVote 


DVote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Alstead 


64 


110 


174 


1,216 


14.31% 


1,087 


1,343 


80.94% 


Chesterfield 


143 


221 


364 


2,240 


16.25% 


2,144 


2,584 


82.97% 


Dublin 


181 


183 


364 


1,225 


29.71% 


1.106 


1,361 


81.26% 


Fitzwilliam 


100 


107 


207 


1,456 


14.22% 


1,321 


1,655 


79.82% 


Gilsum 


34 


29 


63 


422 


14.93% 


440 


508 


86.61% 


Harrisville 


45 


144 


189 


745 


25.37% 


726 


844 


86.02% 


Hinsdale 


123 


164 


287 


1,945 


14.76% 


1,889 


2,349 


80.42% 


Jaffrey 


454 


348 


802 


3,281 


24.44% 


2,992 


3,724 


80.34% 


Keene Ward 1 


73 


200 


273 


2,126 


12.84% 


2,314 


3.255 


7 1 .09% 


Keene Ward 2 


144 


318 


462 


2,716 


17.01% 


2,534 


3,370 


75.19% 


Keene Ward 3 


164 


270 


434 


2,561 


16.95% 


2,413 


3,139 


76.87% 


Keene Ward 4 


239 


307 


546 


2,817 


19.38% 


2,610 


3,304 


79.00% 


Keene Ward 5 


210 


348 


558 


2,965 


18.82% 


2,724 


3,468 


78.55% 


Marlborough 


85 


172 


257 


1,281 


20.06% 


1,200 


1,504 


79.79% 


Marlow 


41 


55 


96 


523 


18.36% 


453 


572 


79.20% 


Nelson 


44 


87 


131 


510 


25.69% 


435 


547 


79.52% 


Richmond 


73 


65 


138 


667 


20.69% 


652 


761 


85.68% 


Rindge 


910 


399 


1,309 


3,449 


37.95% 


3,177 


4,199 


75.66% 


Roxbury 


15 


26 


41 


164 


25.00% 


157 


183 


85.79% 


Stoddard 


89 


85 


174 


800 


21.75% 


654 


782 


83.63% 


Sullivan 


35 


47 


82 


388 


21.13% 


423 


469 


90.19% 


Surry 


43 


46 


89 


474 


18.78% 


474 


550 


86.18% 


Swanzey 


240 


262 


502 


3,682 


13.63% 


3,518 


4,356 


80.76% 


Troy 


83 


75 


158 


1,232 


12.82% 


1,051 


1,424 


73.81% 


Walpole 


194 


280 


474 


2,282 


20.77% 


2,214 


2,595 


85.32% 


Westmoreland 


141 


157 


298 


1,016 


29.33% 


1,028 


1,174 


87.56% 


Winchester 


155 


199 


354 


2,151 


16.46% 


1,900 


2,492 


76.24% 


CHESHIRE COUNTY 


4,122 


4,704 


8,826 


44,334 


19.91% 


41,636 


52,512 


79.29% 


Berlin Ward 1 


233 


305 


538 


1.176 


45.75% 


904 


1,228 


73.62% 


Berlin Ward 1 


69 


177 


246 


1264 


19.46% 


1,185 


1,479 


80.12% 


Berlin Ward 2 


80 


167 


247 


1331 


18.56% 


1,249 


1,568 


79.66% 


Berlin Ward 3 


139 


185 


324 


1519 


21.33% 


1,411 


1,723 


8 1 .89% 


Berlin Ward 4 


33 


157 


190 


1144 


16.61% 


1,112 


1,203 


92.44% 


Cambridge 











3 


0.00% 


2 


4 


50.00% 


Carroll 


84 


41 


125 


494 


25.30% 


505 


580 


87.07% 


Clarksville 


22 


8 


30 


170 


17.65% 


151 


184 


82.07% 


Colebrook 


132 


70 


202 


1398 


14.45% 


1,031 


1,539 


66.99% 


Columbia 


49 


5 


54 


342 


15.79% 


360 


416 


86.54% 


Dalton 


70 


25 


95 


587 


16.18% 


511 


653 


78.25% 


Dixville 


11 


5 


16 


26 


61.54% 


26 


26 


100.00% 


Dummer 


31 


8 


39 


202 


19.31% 


191 


225 


84.89% 


Errol 


24 


13 


37 


239 


15.48% 


201 


264 


76.14% 


Gorham 


122 


148 


270 


1794 


15.05% 


1,702 


2,052 


82.94% 


Green's Grant 











3 


0.00% 


3 


3 


100.00% 


Jefferson 


161 


27 


188 


612 


30.72% 


604 


709 


85.19% 


Lancaster 


256 


124 


380 


1972 


19.27% 


1,728 


2,237 


77.25% 


Milan 


70 


65 


135 


747 


18.07% 


741 


855 


86.67% 


Millsfield 


9 





9 


9 


100.00% 


15 


15 


100.00% 


Northumberland 


62 


62 


124 


1324 


9.37% 


1,066 


1,460 


73.01% 


Pinkham's Grant 











12 


0.00% 


23 


33 


69.70% 


Pittsburg 


70 


18 


88 


588 


14.97% 


528 


660 


80.00% 


Randolph 


47 


58 


105 


270 


38.89% 


275 


283 


97.17% 


Shelburne 


16 


25 


41 


278 


14.75% 


287 


321 


89.41% 


Stark 


32 


27 


59 


319 


18.50% 


299 


348 


85.92% 


Stewartstown 


47 


16 


63 


515 


12.23% 


429 


604 


71.03% 


Stratford 


23 


25 


48 


368 


13.04% 


305 


414 


73.67% 


Wentworth's Location 


3 





3 


30 


10.00% 


27 


34 


79.41% 


Whitefield 


144 


78 


222 


1306 


17.00% 


1166 


1,499 


77.79% 


COOS COUNTY 


1,806 


1,534 


3,340 


18,866 


17.70% 


17,133 


21,391 


80.09% 



VOTER TURNOUT 



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SEPTEMBER PRIMARY 



NOVEMBER ELECTION 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




TOWN/CITY 


RVote 


D Vote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Alexandria 


147 


73 


220 


997 


22.07% 


850 


1,076 


79.00% 


Ashland 


158 


69 


227 


1,071 


21.20% 


1,075 


1,308 


82.19% 


Bath 


106 


35 


141 


551 


25.59% 


481 


578 


83.22% 


Benton 


30 


8 


38 


184 


20.65% 


180 


229 


78.60% 


Bethlehem 


128 


110 


238 


1.568 


15.18% 


1,417 


1,762 


80.42% 


Bridgewater 


100 


48 


148 


712 


20.79% 


637 


791 


80.53% 


Bristol 


301 


121 


422 


1,730 


24.39% 


1,624 


2,027 


80.12% 


Campton 


197 


90 


287 


1.668 


17.21% 


1,654 


2,046 


80.84% 


Canaan 


139 


114 


253 


1,975 


12.81% 


1,706 


2,256 


75.62% 


Dorchester 


33 


17 


50 


218 


22.94% 


188 


232 


81.03% 


Easton 


14 


14 


28 


206 


13.59% 


190 


227 


83.70% 


Ellsworth 


15 


8 


23 


67 


34.33% 


60 


75 


80.00% 


Enfield 


161 


154 


315 


2,361 


13.34% 


2,392 


2,833 


84.43% 


Franconia 


84 


76 


160 


765 


20.92% 


751 


858 


87.53% 


Grafton 


83 


68 


151 


743 


20.32% 


623 


827 


75.33% 


Groton 


57 


18 


75 


317 


23.66% 


304 


367 


82.83% 


Hanover 


199 


1,029 


1,228 


6.457 


19.02% 


6.681 


8,256 


80.92% 


Haverhill 


458 


128 


586 


2,199 


26.65% 


2,091 


2,570 


81.36% 


Hebron 


124 


33 


157 


433 


36.26% 


423 


477 


88.68% 


Holdemess 


166 


128 


294 


1,421 


20.69% 


1,298 


1,594 


81.43% 


Landaff 


42 


17 


59 


230 


25.65% 


240 


274 


87.59% 


Lebanon Ward 1 


171 


259 


430 


2.570 


16.73% 


2,252 


3,003 


74.99% 


Lebanon Ward 2 


131 


237 


368 


2,483 


14.82% 


2,166 


2,765 


78.34% 


Lebanon Ward 3 


143 


272 


415 


2,175 


19.08% 


2,015 


2,548 


79.08% 


Lincoln 


93 


47 


140 


1,023 


13.69% 


845 


1,172 


72.10% 


Lisbon 


67 


22 


89 


771 


11.54% 


728 


922 


78.96% 


Littleton 


343 


212 


555 


3.394 


16.35% 


3,082 


3,852 


80.01% 


Livermore 














#DIV/0! 








#DIV/0! 


Lyman 


36 


23 


59 


319 


18.50% 


311 


356 


87.36% 


Lyme 


89 


307 


396 


1,234 


32.09% 


1.179 


1,221 


96.56% 


Monroe 


76 


26 


102 


541 


18.85% 


522 


562 


92.88% 


Orange 


13 


24 


37 


174 


21.26% 


170 


205 


82.93% 


Orford 


79 


98 


177 


792 


22.35% 


708 


887 


79.82% 


Piermont 


58 


43 


101 


468 


21.58% 


435 


523 


83.17% 


Plymouth 


278 


256 


534 


3.358 


15.90% 


3,554 


4,996 


71.14% 


Rumney 


201 


81 


282 


1,024 


27.54% 


972 


1,155 


84.16% 


Sugar Hill 


43 


37 


80 


428 


18.69% 


407 


466 


87.34% 


Thornton 


165 


74 


239 


1,431 


16.70% 


1,134 


1,634 


69.40% 


Warren 


89 


26 


115 


522 


22.03% 


507 


590 


85.93% 


Waterville Valley 


28 


15 


43 


194 


22.16% 


196 


224 


87.50% 


Wentworth 


82 


31 


113 


490 


23.06% 


486 


547 


88.85% 


Woodstock 


69 


34 


103 


704 


14.63% 


719 


861 


83.51% 


GRAFTON COUNTY 


4,849 


4,409 


9,258 


49,968 


18.53% 


47,253 


59,152 


79.88% 



150 



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SEPTEMBER PRIMARY 



NOVEMBER ELECTION 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




TOWN/CITY 


R Vote 


DVote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Amherst 


1.129 


435 


1,564 


7,116 


21.98% 


7,204 


8029 


89.72% 


Antrim 


181 


157 


338 


1,437 


23.52% 


1,423 


1693 


84.05% 


Bedford 


1,549 


760 


2,309 


13.894 


16.62% 


11.026 


14954 


73.73% 


Bennington 


111 


77 


188 


832 


22.60% 


753 


979 


76.92% 


Brookline 


331 


148 


479 


2,573 


18.62% 


2,623 


2949 


88.95% 


Deering 


119 


83 


202 


1,008 


20.04% 


988 


1189 


83.10% 


Francestown 


131 


159 


290 


1.089 


26.63% 


1.058 


1249 


84.71%. 


Goffstown 


1,342 


907 


2,249 


9.930 


22.65% 


8,844 


11354 


77.89% 


Greenfield 


150 


112 


262 


838 


31.26% 


845 


1033 


81.80% 


Greenville 


99 


95 


194 


1,128 


17.20% 


946 


1279 


73.96% 


Hancock 


165 


183 


348 


1,307 


26.63% 


1,216 


1454 


83.63% 


Hillsborough 


363 


229 


592 


2,775 


21.33% 


2,755 


3437 


80.16% 


Hollis 


899 


313 


1,212 


4,619 


26.24% 


4,898 


5248 


93.33% 


Hudson 


701 


526 


1,227 


12,167 


10.08% 


1 1 ,690 


14883 


78.55% 


Litchfield 


281 


175 


456 


4,543 


10.04% 


4.170 


5200 


80.19% 


Lyndeborough 


130 


76 


206 


1.135 


18.15% 


980 


1256 


78.03% 


Manchester Ward 1 


752 


854 


1,606 


5,762 


27.87%. 


5,590 


6719 


83.20% 


Manchester Ward 2 


395 


576 


971 


4,224 


22.99% 


4,595 


5487 


83.74% 


Manchester Ward 3 


231 


421 


652 


3,214 


20.29% 


2,904 


3413 


85.09% 


Manchester Ward 4 


292 


402 


694 


3,549 


19.55% 


3,438 


4558 


75.43% 


Manchester Ward 5 


203 


374 


577 


2,802 


20.59% 


2,844 


3710 


76.66% 


Manchester Ward 6 


441 


524 


965 


4,707 


20.50% 


4,270 


5628 


75.87% 


Manchester Ward 7 


299 


464 


763 


3,916 


19.48% 


3,656 


4755 


76.89% 


Manchester Ward 8 


428 


499 


927 


4,679 


19.81% 


4,646 


5700 


81.51% 


Manchester Ward 9 


345 


612 


957 


4,157 


23.02% 


3,996 


4662 


85.71% 


Manchester Ward 10 


405 


531 


936 


4.253 


22.01% 


4,037 


5184 


77.87% 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


215 


344 


559 


3,277 


17.06% 


3,030 


4175 


72.57% 


Manchester Ward 12 


508 


409 


917 


4.205 


21.81% 


4,124 


5562 


74.15% 


Mason 


90 


59 


149 


849 


17.55% 


844 


934 


90.36% 


Merrimack 


1,239 


804 


2,043 


16,092 


12.70% 


14,798 


18481 


80.07% 


Milford 


1,182 


451 


1,633 


8,849 


18.45% 


7,378 


8615 


85.64% 


Mont Vernon 


189 


124 


313 


1,475 


21.22% 


1,381 


1646 


83.90% 


Nashua Ward 1 


522 


389 


911 


5.906 


15.42% 


5.497 


6900 


79.67% 


Nashua Ward 2 


361 


251 


612 


5,006 


12.23% 


4,616 


6053 


76.26% 


Nashua Ward 3 


318 


309 


627 


4,684 


13.39% 


4,594 


5829 


78.81% 


Nashua Ward 4 


132 


202 


334 


3,158 


10.58% 


3,052 


4266 


71.54% 


Nashua Ward 5 


354 


330 


684 


5,426 


12.61% 


5,108 


6366 


80.24% 


Nashua Ward 6 


212 


237 


449 


4,219 


10.64% 


4,177 


5172 


80.76% 


Nashua Ward 7 


264 


315 


579 


3,911 


14.80% 


3,800 


4828 


78.71% 


Nashua Ward 8 


254 


321 


575 


4,682 


12.28% 


4,317 


5732 


75.31% 


Nashua Ward 9 


333 


299 


632 


5.340 


11.84% 


5.043 


6326 


79.72% 


New Boston 


276 


194 


470 


3,071 


15.30% 


2,828 


3480 


81.26% 


New Ipswich 


473 


137 


610 


2,696 


22.63% 


2.424 


3060 


79.22% 


Pelham 


2,070 


1,545 


3,615 


7,210 


50.14% 


6,565 


8019 


81.87% 


Peterborough 


699 


631 


1,330 


4,268 


31.16% 


3,784 


4743 


79.78% 


Sharon 


49 


37 


86 


242 


35.54% 


238 


270 


88.15% 


Temple 


149 


94 


243 


815 


29.82% 


829 


913 


90.80% 


Weare 


419 


239 


658 


4,715 


13.96% 


4,404 


5612 


78.47% 


Wilton 


334 


259 


593 


2,409 


24.62% 


2,274 


2768 


82.15% 


Windsor 


23 


12 


35 


166 


21.08% 


136 


175 


77.71% 


HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 


22,137 


17,684 


39,821 


210,325 


18.93% 


196,636 


245,927 


79.96% 



VOTER TURNOUT 



151 



SEPTEMBER PRIMARY 



NOVEMBER ELECTION 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




TOWN/CITY 


R Vote 


DVote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Allenstown 


137 


222 


359 


2.244 


16.00% 


2,210 


2.779 


79.53% 


Andover 


150 


129 


279 


1.420 


19.65% 


1.378 


1,638 


84.13% 


Boscawen 


187 


159 


346 


1.887 


18.34% 


1,709 


2,250 


75.96% 


Bow 


646 


557 


1.203 


5.137 


23.42% 


4.728 


5,669 


83.40% 


Bradford 


102 


133 


235 


962 


24.43% 


985 


1.106 


89.06% 


Canterbury 


193 


269 


462 


1.712 


26.99% 


1,553 


1.915 


81.10% 


Chichester 


196 


169 


365 


1.538 


23.73% 


1,423 


1,743 


81.64% 


Concord Ward 1 


212 


261 


473 


2.543 


18.60% 


2,404 


3.196 


75.22% 


Concord Ward 2 


124 


221 


345 


2.092 


16.49% 


1.873 


2.607 


71.85% 


Concord Ward 3 


174 


258 


432 


1,721 


25.10% 


1.579 


1.976 


88.56% 


Concord Ward 4 


189 


409 


598 


2.429 


24.62% 


2,252 


3,051 


82.40% 


Concord Ward 5 


225 


478 


703 


2.884 


24.38% 


2,492 


3,359 


74.19% 


Concord Ward 6 


125 


257 


382 


1,957 


19.52% 


1,740 


2,403 


72.41% 


Concord Ward 7 


246 


450 


696 


2.557 


27.22% 


2,384 


2.933 


89.26% 


Concord Ward 8 


216 


293 


509 


2,031 


25.06% 


1,996 


2.331 


91.46% 


Concord Ward 9 


193 


264 


457 


2.001 


22.84% 


1,729 


2,473 


74.77% 


Concord Ward 10 


313 


469 


782 


3.180 


24.59% 


3,025 


3,665 


85.24% 


Danbury 


89 


68 


157 


725 


21.66% 


646 


784 


82.40% 


Dunbarton 


200 


156 


356 


1,708 


20.84% 


1,526 


1.897 


80.44% 


Epsom 


271 


224 


495 


2.619 


18.90% 


2,365 


2,729 


86.66% 


Franklin Ward 1 


140 


116 


256 


1.360 


18.82% 


1,344 


1,699 


79.11% 


Franklin Ward 2 


77 


74 


151 


1.105 


13.67% 


1,075 


1,389 


77.39% 


Franklin Ward 3 


104 


81 


185 


1,413 


13.09% 


1.363 


1,727 


78.92% 


Henniker 


243 


299 


542 


2,727 


19.88% 


2,482 


3,205 


77.44% 


Hill 


52 


40 


92 


580 


15.86% 


551 


680 


81.03% 


Hooksett 


709 


468 


1.177 


6.859 


17.16% 


6,637 


7,250 


92.48% 


Hopkinton 


432 


782 


1,214 


4,087 


29.70% 


3,823 


4,506 


84.84% 


Loudon 


285 


171 


456 


2,812 


16.22% 


2,780 


3,378 


82.30% 


New London 


364 


337 


701 


3,058 


22.92% 


2,969 


3,544 


83.78% 


Newbury 


175 


123 


298 


1,352 


22.04% 


1,287 


1,528 


84.23% 


Northfield 


183 


200 


383 


2,429 


15.77% 


2,312 


2,942 


78.59% 


Pembroke 


339 


340 


679 


4,107 


16.53% 


3.772 


4.853 


77.73% 


Pittsfield 


215 


139 


354 


2,291 


15.45% 


1.971 


2,768 


71.21% 


Salisbury 


80 


100 


180 


803 


22.42% 


758 


920 


82.39% 


Sutton 


136 


131 


267 


1.283 


20.81% 


1,161 


1.420 


81.76% 


Warner 


194 


253 


447 


1.801 


24.82% 


1,691 


2.063 


81.97% 


Webster 


107 


115 


222 


1,024 


21.68% 


1,032 


1.198 


86.14% 


Wilmot 


94 


100 


194 


878 


22.10% 


808 


1.027 


78.68% 


MERRIMACK COUNTY 


8,117 


9,315 


17,432 


83,316 


20.92% 


77,813 


96,601 


80.55% 



152 



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SEPTEMBER PRIMARY 



NOVEMBER ELECTION 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




TOWN/CITY 


R Vote 


DVote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Atkinson 


571 


208 


779 


4.875 


15.98% 


4,339 


5,345 


81.18% 


Auburn 


273 


153 


426 


3.040 


14.01% 


2,971 


3,553 


83.62% 


Brentwood 


198 


120 


318 


2,125 


14.96% 


2.069 


2,464 


83.97% 


Candia 


263 


145 


408 


2,674 


15.26% 


2,504 


2,998 


83.52% 


Chester 


291 


107 


398 


2,471 


16.11% 


2,694 


3,016 


89.32% 


Danville 


277 


114 


391 


2,369 


16.50% 


2,217 


2,772 


83.66% 


Deerfield 


233 


162 


395 


2,934 


13.46% 


2,469 


3,250 


80.58% 


Deny 


1,436 


652 


2,088 


15,349 


13.60% 


14,951 


19,126 


78.17% 


East Kingston 


118 


65 


183 


1,206 


15.17% 


1,197 


1,367 


87.56% 


Epping 


326 


196 


522 


4,056 


12.87% 


3,149 


4,371 


72.04% 


Exeter 


822 


719 


1,541 


9,067 


17.00% 


8,304 


10,404 


79.82% 


Fremont 


198 


63 


261 


2,144 


12.17% 


2,049 


2,527 


81.08% 


Greenland 


301 


165 


466 


2,241 


20.79% 


2,284 


2,593 


88.08% 


Hampstead 


462 


186 


648 


5,857 


1 1 .06% 


4,965 


6,456 


76.91% 


Hampton 


929 


713 


1,642 


10.843 


15.14% 


9,491 


12,056 


78.72% 


Hampton Falls 


192 


85 


277 


1,450 


19.10% 


1,384 


1,611 


85.91% 


Kensington 


83 


105 


188 


1,407 


13.36% 


1,276 


1,580 


80.76% 


Kingston 


208 


123 


331 


3,560 


9.30% 


3,283 


4,026 


81.54% 


Londonderry 


1,224 


731 


1,955 


13,192 


14.82% 


12,228 


15,092 


81.02% 


New Castle 


215 


140 


355 


960 


36.98% 


793 


998 


79.46% 


Newfields 


92 


95 


187 


986 


18.97% 


982 


1,101 


89.19% 


Newington 


122 


49 


171 


601 


28.45% 


559 


641 


87.21% 


Newmarket 


265 


503 


768 


5,368 


14.31% 


4,831 


6,645 


72.70% 


Newton 


103 


71 


174 


2,743 


6.34% 


2,302 


3.026 


76.07% 


North Hampton 


328 


261 


589 


3,985 


14.78% 


2,924 


4,281 


68.30% 


Northwood 


189 


175 


364 


2,385 


15.26% 


2.197 


2,812 


78.13% 


Nottingham 


218 


183 


401 


2,570 


15.60% 


2,492 


2,687 


100.19% 


Plaistow 


166 


112 


278 


5,093 


5.46% 


4,164 


5,957 


69.90% 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


121 


326 


447 


2,391 


18.70% 


2,129 


2,881 


73.90% 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


152 


458 


610 


3,348 


18.22% 


2,952 


3,990 


73.98% 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


126 


215 


341 


1,661 


20.53% 


1,550 


1,946 


79.65% 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


343 


411 


754 


3,634 


20.75% 


3,278 


4,290 


76.41% 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


223 


411 


634 


3,209 


19.76% 


2,896 


3,789 


76.43% 


Raymond 


341 


268 


609 


5.303 


11.48% 


4,827 


6,375 


75.72% 


Rye 


552 


461 


1,013 


4,440 


22.82% 


3,800 


4,848 


78.38% 


Salem 


1,333 


879 


2,212 


14,939 


14.81% 


14,535 


17,653 


82.34% 


Sandown 


181 


101 


282 


3,094 


9.11% 


2,866 


3,589 


79.86% 


Seabrook 


232 


158 


390 


5,465 


7.14% 


4,395 


6,081 


72.27% 


South Hampton 


42 


51 


93 


587 


15.84% 


551 


636 


86.64% 


Stratham 


409 


255 


664 


5,224 


12.71% 


4,346 


5,970 


72.80% 


Windham 


1,541 


683 


2,224 


7,088 


31.38% 


7,099 


8,222 


86.34% 


ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 


15,699 


11,078 


26,777 


175,934 


15.22% 


160,292 


203,025 


78.95% 



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NOVEMBER ELECTION 









Registered 




Ballots 


Reg. 




TOWN/CITY 


R Vote 


DVote 


Total Vote 


Voters 


Turnout 


Cast 


Voters 


Turnout 


Barrington 


314 


323 


637 


4.482 


14.21% 


4,358 


5,532 


78.78% 


Dover Ward 1 


155 


205 


360 


2,654 


13.56% 


2,385 


3,362 


70.94% 


Dover Ward 2 


196 


274 


470 


2,656 


17.70% 


2,383 


3,302 


78.26% 


Dover Ward 3 


379 


318 


697 


3,010 


23.16% 


3,029 


3.669 


82.56% 


Dover Ward 4 


289 


303 


592 


2.934 


20.18% 


2,852 


3,534 


80.70% 


Dover Ward 5 


192 


215 


407 


2,214 


18.38% 


2,294 


3,002 


76.42% 


Dover Ward 6 


220 


251 


471 


2,550 


18.47% 


2,726 


3,148 


86.59% 


Durham 


301 


745 


1,046 


5.299 


19.74% 


6,139 


7,630 


80.46% 


Farmington 


212 


218 


430 


3,068 


14.02% 


2,870 


3,834 


74.86% 


Lee 


214 


316 


530 


2,456 


21.58% 


2,455 


2,913 


84.28% 


Madbury 


79 


136 


215 


1,067 


20.15% 


1,037 


1,239 


83.70% 


Middleton 


77 


65 


142 


724 


19.61% 


796 


971 


81.98% 


Milton 


171 


168 


339 


2,173 


15.60% 


2,088 


2,682 


77.85% 


New Durham 


143 


97 


240 


1,424 


16.85% 


1,406 


1,684 


83.49% 


Rochester Ward 1 


346 


321 


667 


2.541 


26.25% 


2,651 


2.848 


93.08% 


Rochester Ward 2 


324 


253 


577 


2.380 


24.24% 


2,330 


2.902 


80.29% 


Rochester Ward 3 


332 


262 


594 


2,436 


24.38% 


2,431 


3,146 


77.27% 


Rochester Ward 4 


255 


336 


591 


2,336 


25.30% 


2,267 


2,424 


93.52% 


Rochester Ward 5 


256 


290 


546 


2,357 


23.17% 


2,313 


2,526 


99.21% 


Rochester Ward 6 


206 


204 


410 


1,915 


21.41% 


1,905 


2,472 


77.06% 


Rollinsford 


167 


187 


354 


1,574 


22.49% 


1,518 


1,840 


65.38% 


Somersworth Ward 1 


79 


112 


191 


1.361 


14.03% 


1,329 


1.513 


87.84% 


Somersworth Ward 2 


52 


102 


154 


1.051 


14.65% 


1,018 


1,368 


80.56% 


Somersworth Ward 3 


55 


112 


167 


1,151 


14.51% 


1,083 


1,441 


75.16% 


Somersworth Ward 4 


74 


164 


238 


1,347 


17.67% 


1,265 


1,692 


78.90% 


Somersworth Ward 5 


29 


93 


122 


973 


12.54% 


905 


1,016 


89.07% 


Strafford 


225 


214 


439 


2,410 


18.22% 


2,274 


2,829 


80.42% 


Strafford County 


5,342 


6,284 


11,626 


60,543 


19.20% 


60,107 


74,519 


80.66% 


Acworth 


49 


75 


124 


540 


22.96% 


527 


649 


81.20% 


Charlestown 


106 


152 


258 


2,940 


8.78% 


2,331 


2980 


78.22% 


Claremont Ward 1 


121 


137 


258 


1,815 


14.21% 


1,774 


2342 


75.75% 


Claremont Ward 2 


185 


199 


384 


2,367 


16.22% 


2,245 


2850 


78.77% 


Claremont Ward 3 


114 


148 


262 


2,136 


12.27% 


1,897 


2583 


73.44% 


Cornish 


121 


130 


251 


1.084 


23.15% 


1,051 


1187 


88.54% 


Croydon 


46 


29 


75 


391 


19.18% 


408 


463 


88.12% 


Goshen 


53 


64 


117 


475 


24.63% 


428 


537 


79.70% 


Grantham 


187 


174 


361 


2,038 


17.71% 


1,829 


2285 


80.04% 


Langdon 


32 


30 


62 


403 


15.38% 


351 


447 


78.52% 


Lempster 


51 


41 


92 


531 


17.33% 


517 


627 


82.46% 


Newport 


259 


224 


483 


2,933 


16.47% 


2,886 


3638 


79.33% 


Plainfield 


111 


224 


335 


1,416 


23.66% 


1.419 


1555 


91.25% 


Springfield 


93 


60 


153 


723 


21.16% 


743 


883 


84.14% 


Sunapee 


249 


186 


435 


2.432 


17.89% 


2.103 


2649 


79.39% 


Unity 


70 


65 


135 


727 


18.57% 


747 


932 


80.15% 


Washington 


77 


58 


135 


648 


20.83% 


612 


740 


82.70% 


SULLIVAN COUNTY 


1,924 


1,996 


3,920 


23,599 


16.61% 


21,868 


27,347 


79.96% 



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STATE EMBLEMS 
CHAPTER 3 

State Emblems, Flag, Etc. 

RSA 3:1 State Emblem. The state emblem shall be of the following design: Within an 
elliptical panel, the longest dimension of which shall be vertical, there shall appear an 
appropriate replica of the Old Man of the Mountain; surrounding the inner panel, and 
enclosed within another ellipse, there shall be at the bottom of the design the words of any 
state motto which may be adopted by the general court; and at the top of the design, between 
the inner and outer elliptical panels, the words, New Hampshire, appropriately separated 
from the motto, if adopted, by one star on each side. Said emblem may be placed on all 
printed or related material issued by the state and its subdivisions relative to the development 
of recreational, industrial, and agricultural resources of the state. 




STATE EMBLEMS 1 55 



RSA 3:2 State Flag. The state flag shall be of the following color and design: The body or 
field shall be blue and shall bear upon its center in suitable proportion and colors a 
representation of the state seal. The seal shall be surrounded by a wreath of laurel leaves with 
nine stars interspersed. When used for military purposes the flag shall conform to the 
regulations of the United States. 

RSA 3:3 When Displayed. It shall be displayed above the state house whenever the 
legislature is in session and during meetings of the governor and council when expedient, 
and upon such other occasions as the governor may designate. 

RSA 3:4 Permission to Use State Flag. The governor is authorized to make rules and 
regulations governing the use and display of the state flag not inconsistent with the 
provisions of RSA 646, and it shall be lawful to use and display said flag in accordance with 
such rules and regulations. This section shall be construed to encourage the display of the 
state flag on public buildings. 

RSA 3:5 State Flower. The purple lilac, Syringa vulgaris, is the state flower of New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:6 State Tree. The white birch tree, Betula papyrifera, is the state tree of New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:7 State Songs. The following songs are hereby declared to be the state songs of 
New Hampshire: 

I. "Old New Hampshire" with words by Dr. John F. Holmes and music by Maurice 
Hoffmann. 

II. "New Hampshire, my New Hampshire" with words by Julius Richelson and music by 
Walter P. Smith. 

III. "New Hampshire Hills" with words by Paul Scott Mowrer and music by Tom Powers. 

IV. "Autumn in New Hampshire" with words and music by Leo Austin. 

V. "New Hampshire's Granite State" with words and music by Anne B. Currier. 

VI. "Oh, New Hampshire (you're my home)" with words and music by Brownie Mcintosh. 

VII. "The Old Man of the Mountain" with words and music by Paul Belanger. 

VIII. "The New Hampshire State March" with words and music by Rene Richards. 

IX. "New Hampshire Naturally" with words and music by Rick Shaw and Ron Shaw. 

RSA 3:8 State Motto. The words "Live Free or Die," written by General John Stark, 
July 31, 1809, shall be the official motto of the state. 



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RSA 3:9 State Seal. The seal of the state shall be 2 inches in diameter, circular, with the 
following detail and no other: A field crossed by a straight horizon line of the sea, above the 
center of the field; concentric with the field the rising sun, exposed above the horizon about 
1/3 of its diameter; the field encompassed with laurel; across the field for the full width 
within the laurel a broadside view of the frigate Raleigh, on the stocks: the ship's bow dexter 
and higher than the stern; the 3 lower masts shown in place, together with the fore, main and 
mizzen tops, shrouds and mainstays; an ensign staff at the stern flies the United States flag 
authorized by act of Congress June 14, 1777; a jury staff on the mainmast and another on 
the foremast each flies a pennant; flags and pennants are streaming to the dexter side; the 
hull is shown without a rudder; below the ship the field is divided into land and water by a 
double diagonal line whose highest point is sinister; no detail is shown anywhere on the 
water, nor any on the land between the water and the stocks except a granite boulder on the 
dexter side; encircling the field is the inscription, SEAL • OF • THE • STATE • OF • 
NEW HAMPSHIRE, the words separated by round periods, except between the parts of 
New Hampshire; at the lowest point of the inscription is the date 1776, flanked on either side 
by a 5 -pointed star, which group separates the beginning and end of the inscription; the 
whole form and design to be as follows: 




RSA 3:9-a Unauthorized Use Prohibited. The state seal shall be the property of the state 
of New Hampshire. No person shall manufacture, sell, expose for sale, or have in possession 
for sale any article or substance, being an article of merchandise or receptacle of 
merchandise or article or been printed, painted, attached, or otherwise placed a 
representation or likeness of the state seal, provided, however, that upon application, the 
secretary of state may authorize the use of the state seal. Once such approval is given, such 
use shall be exempt from the provisions of this section until or unless such approval is 
revoked or suspended by the secretary of state. 

RSA 3:10 State Bird. The purple finch is hereby designated as the official state bird of 
New Hampshire. 



RSA 3:11 State Insect. The ladybug, also known as the ladybird and the lady beetle, is 
hereby designated as the official state insect of New Hampshire. 



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RSA 3:12 State Animal. The white tail deer is hereby designated as the official state animal 
of New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:13 State Rock. Granite is hereby designated as the official state rock of 
New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:14 State Mineral. Beryl is hereby designated as the official state mineral of 
New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:15 State Gem. Smoky quartz is hereby designated as the official state gem of 
New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:16 State Amphibian. The spotted newt, Notophthalmus viridescens, is hereby 
designated as the official state amphibian of New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:17 State Wildflower. The pink lady's slipper, Cypripedium acaule, is hereby 
designated as the official state wildflower of New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:18 State Butterfly. The Karner Blue, Lycaeides melissa, subspecies samuelis, is 
hereby designated as of the official state butterfly of New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:19 State Saltwater Game Fish. The striped bass, Roccus saxatilis, is hereby 
designated as the official state saltwater game fish of New Hampshire. 

RSA 3:20 State Freshwater Fish. The Brook trout, Salvelinus fontinalis, is hereby 
designated as the official state freshwater fish. 

RSA 3:21 State Tartan. I. There shall be an official state tartan of New Hampshire. The 
sett for the New Hampshire tartan shall be as follows: green 56; black 2; green 2; black 12; 
white 2; black 12; purple 2; black 2; purple 8; red 6; and purple 28. 

II. The colors listed in paragraph I represent the following: purple represents the purple 
finch and the purple lilac, the state bird and the state wildflower; green represents the green 
of the forests; black represents the granite mountains; white represents the snow; and red 
represents all state heroes. 

RSA 3:22 State Sport. Skiing is hereby designated as the official state sport of New 
Hampshire. 

RSA 3:23 New Hampshire Native. I. A New Hampshire native is someone who was born 
in the state of New Hampshire or someone born to a mother domiciled in the state of New 
Hampshire at the time of his or her birth. 

II. Nothing in this section shall affect official records. 

III. No person who in good faith proclaims himself or herself to be a New Hampshire native 
pursuant to this section shall be charged with perjury. 



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OLD NEW HAMPSHIRE 



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LEGAL HOLIDAYS IN NEW HAMPSHIRE 



New Year's Day 

Martin Luther King, Jr., Civil Rights Day 

Washington's Birthday 

Memorial Day 

Independence Day 

Labor Day 

Columbus Day 

Biennial Election Day 

Veterans Day 
Thanksgiving Day 
Christmas Day 



January 1st 

3 rd Monday in January 

3 rd Monday in February 

Last Monday in May 

July 4 ,h 

1 M Monday in September 

2 nd Monday in October 

Tuesday following the first 
Monday in November 

November 11 th 

Whenever appointed 

December 25 th 



DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 



First Sunday in April at 2:00 A.M. to 
Last Sunday in October at 2:00 A.M. 



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STATE CAPITALS, NICKNAMES, FLOWERS and BIRDS 



State 


Capital 


Nickname 


Flower 


Bird 


Alabama 


Montgomery 


Yellow-hammer 


Camellia 


Yellowhammer 


Alaska 


Juneau 


The Last Frontier 
or Land of the 










Midnight Sun 


Forget-Me-Not 


Willow Ptarmigan 


Arizona 


Phoenix 


Grand Canyon State 


Saguaro Cactus 
Blossom 


Cactus Wren 


Arkansas 


Little Rock 


The Natural State 


Apple Blossom 


Mockingbird 


California 


Sacramento 


Golden State 


California Poppy 


California Valley 
Quail 


Colorado 


Denver 


Centennial State 


Rocky Mt. 
Columbine 


Lark Bunting 


Connecticut 


Hartford 


Constitution State 


Mountain Laurel 


Robin 


Delaware 


Dover 


Diamond State 


Peach Blossom 


Blue Hen Chicken 


Florida 


Tallahassee 


Sunshine State 


Orange Blossom 


Mockingbird 


Georgia 


Atlanta 


Peach State 


Cherokee Rose 


Brown Thrasher 


Hawaii 


Honolulu 


Aloha State 


Pua Aloalo 


Nene 


Idaho 


Boise 


Gem State 


Syringa 


Mountain Bluebird 


Illinois 


Springfield 


Prairie State 


Purple Violet 


Cardinal 


Indiana 


Indianapolis 


Hoosier State 


Peony 


Cardinal 


Iowa 


Des Moines 


Hawkeye State 


Wild Prairie Rose 


Eastern Goldfinch 


Kansas 


Topeka 


Sunflower State 


Sunflower 


Western Meadow lark 


Kentucky 


Frankfort 


Bluegrass State 


Goldenrod 


Cardinal 


Louisiana 


Baton Rouge 


Pelican State 


Magnolia 


Eastern Brown 
Pelican 


Maine 


Augusta 


Pine Tree State 


Pine Cone and Tassel 


Chickadee 


Maryland 


Annapolis 


Free State 


Black-eyed Susan 


Baltimore Oriole 


Massachusetts 


Boston 


Bay State 


Mayflower 


Chickadee 


Michigan 


Lansing 


Wolverine State 


Apple Blossom 


Robin 


Minnesota 


State Paul 


North Star State 


Lady Slipper 


Goldfinch 


Mississippi 


Jackson 


Magnolia State 


Magnolia 


Mockingbird 


Missouri 


Jefferson City 


Show-Me State 


Hawthorn 


Bluebird 


Montana 


Helena 


Treasure State 


Bitterroot 


Western Meadowlark 


Nebraska 


Lincoln 


Comhusker State 


Goldenrod 


Western Meadowlark 


Nevada 


Carson City 


Sagebrush State 


Sagebrush 


Mountian Bluebird 


New Hampshire 


Concord 


Granite State 


Purple Lilac 


Purple Finch 


New Jersey 


Trenton 


Garden State 


Violet 


Eastern Goldfinch 


New Mexico 


Santa Fe 


Land of Enchantment 


Yucca Flower 


Roadrunner 


New York 


Albany 


Empire State 


Rose 


Bluebird 


North Carolina 


Raleigh 


Tar Heel State 


Dogwood 


Cardinal 


North Dakota 


Bismark 


Sioux State 


Wild Prairie Rose 


Western Meadowlark 


Ohio 


Columbus 


Buckeye State 


Scarlet Carnation 


Cardinal 


Oklahoma 


Oklahoma City 


Sooner State 


Mistletoe 


Scissor-tailed 
Flycatcher 


Oregon 


Salem 


Beaver State 


Oregon Grape 


Western Meadowlark 


Pennsylvania 


Harrisburg 


Keystone State 


Mountain Laurel 


Ruffed Grouse 


Rhode Island 


Providence 


Ocean State 


Violet 


Rhode Island Red 


South Carolina 


Columbia 


Palmetto State 


Yellow Jessamine 


Great Carolina Wren 


South Dakota 


Pierre 


Mt. Rushmore State 


Pasque Flower 


Ring-necked Pheasant 


Tennessee 


Nashville 


Volunteer State 


Iris 


Mockingbird 


Texas 


Austin 


Lone Star State 


Bluebonnet 


Mockingbird 


Utah 


Salt Lake City 


Beehive State 


Sego Lily 


California Seagull 


Vermont 


Montpelier 


Green Mountain. State 


Red Clover 


Hermit Thrush 


Virginia 


Richmond 


Old Dominion 


American Dogwood 


Cardinal 


Washington 


Olympia 


Evergreen State 


Pink Rhododendron 


Willow Goldfinch 


West Virginia 


Charlestown 


Mountain. State 


Rhododendron 


Cardinal 


Wisconsin 


Madison 


Badger State 


Wood Violet 


Robin 


Wyoming 


Cheyenne 


Equality State 


Indian Paintbrush 


Western Meadowlark 



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WHEN NEW STATES JOINED THE UNION 

The 13 original States were Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Hampshire, 
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South 
Carolina, and Georgia. Following the ratification of the Constitution, new States were 
admitted in this order. 



14. 


Vermont 


March 4, 1791 


33. 


Oregon 


February 14, 1859 


15. 


Kentucky 


June 1, 1792 


34. 


Kansas 


January. 29, 1861 


16. 


Tennessee 


June 1, 1796 


35. 


West Virginia 


June 20, 1863 


17. 


Ohio 


March 1, 1803 


36. 


Nevada 


October 31, 1864 


18. 


Louisiana 


April 30, 1812 


37. 


Nebraska 


March 1, 1867 


19. 


Indiana 


December 11, 1816 


38. 


Colorado 


August 1, 1876 


20. 


Mississippi 


December 10, 1817 


* 


North Dakota 


November 2, 1889 


21. 


Illinois 


December 3, 1818 


* 


South Dakota 


November 2, 1889 


22. 


Alabama 


December 14, 1819 


41. 


Montana 


November 8, 1889 


23. 


Maine 


March 15, 1820 


42. 


Washington 


November 11, 1889 


24. 


Missouri 


August 10, 1821 


43. 


Idaho 


July 3, 1890 


25. 


Arkansas 


June 15, 1836 


44. 


Wyoming 


July 10, 1890 


26. 


Michigan 


January. 26, 1837 


45. 


Utah 


January. 4, 1896 


27. 


Florida 


March 3, 1845 


46. 


Oklahoma 


November 16, 1907 


28. 


Texas 


December 29, 1845 


47. 


New Mexico 


January. 6, 1912 


29. 


Iowa 


December 28, 1846 


48. 


Arizona 


February 14, 1912 


30. 


Wisconsin 


May 29, 1848 


49. 


Alaska 


January. 3, 1959 


31. 


California 


September 9, 1850 


50. 


Hawaii 


August 21, 1959 


32. 


Minnesota 


May 11, 1858 









* North Dakota and South Dakota were admitted simultaneously on November 2, 1889. To 
avoid precedence to either State, President Harrison shuffled the proclamations before signing. 



CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS 



165 



NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE 
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTIONS 



Number of 


Date Held 


Where Held 


President 


Convention 








First 


1775-1776 


Exeter (Was the 5 1 " 


Matthew Thornton 






Provincial Congress) 


Merrimack 


Second 


1778-1779 


Concord 


Meshech Weare, 
Hampton Falls 


Third 


1781-1783 


Concord 


George Atkinson, 
Portsmouth 


Fourth 


1791-1792 


Concord (l 9 Constitutional 


Samuel Livermore 






Convention to amend the 


Holderness 






present Constitution 




Fifth 


1850-1851 


Concord 


Franklin Pierce, 
Concord 



There were no Constitutional Conventions from 1851-1875 although the question of calling one was 
submitted to the people at seven different times. The Civil War postponed a Constitutional Convention 
which might otherwise have been held ( 1861 ) 



Sixth 


1876 




Concord 


Seventh 


1889 




Concord 


Eighth 


1902 




Concord 


Ninth 


1912 




Concord 


Tenth 


1918- 


1923 


Concord 


Eleventh 


1930 




Concord 


Twelfth 


1938 




Concord 


Thirteenth 


1948 




Concord 


Fourteenth 


1956-1959 


Concord 


Fifteenth 


1964 




Concord 


Sixteenth 


1974 




Concord 


Seventeenth 


1984 




Concord 



Daniel Clark, 
Manchester 

Charles H. Bell, 
Exeter 

Frank S. Streeter, 
Concord 

Edwin F. Jones, 
Manchester 

Albert O. Brown, 
Manchester 

Frank N. Parsons, 
Franklin 

George H. Moses, 
Concord 

Robert W. Upton, 
Concord 

J. Walker Wiggin, 
Manchester 

Richard F. Upton, 
Concord 

Walter Peterson, 
Peterborough 

Richard F. Upton, 
Concord 



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PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 169 

PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY— 2004 

(The weather on election day throughout New Hampshire was cloudy, dry and 22 degrees) 

A Presidential Primary was held on January 27, 2004 for the choice of President and 
Vice-President of the United States. There were 14 Republican candidates for President 
and 2 for Vice-President, and there were 23 Democratic candidates for President and no 
candidates for Vice-President. 

The following list shows the names and domiciles of the candidates and the 
number of votes for each. 



Republican Ballots Cast 66,130 

Republican Absentee Ballots Cast 3,284 

Total Republican Ballots Cast 69,414 

Democratic Ballots Cast 210,262 

Democratic Absentee Ballots Cast 11 ,047 

Total Democratic Ballots Cast 221,309 

Republican Names on Checklist 246,529 

Democratic Names on Checklist 199,386 

Undeclared Names on Checklist 270.052 

Total Names on Checklist 715.967 

Persons registering to vote at polling place on Presidential Primary Election Day 26,890 

Undeclared voters declaring a party on Presidential Primary Election Day 

Republican 7,702 

Democratic 95,634 

Undeclared voters voting who returned to undeclared status before leaving 

the polling place 80,735 

VOTE FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 

REPUBLICAN PARTY 

George W. Bush, Texas, r 53,962 

John F. Kerry, Massachusetts, d 2,819 

Howard Dean, Vermont, d 1 ,789 

Wesley K. Clark, Arkansas, d 1,407 

John Edwards, North Carolina, d 1 ,088 

Joe Lieberman. Connecticut, d 914 

Richard P. Bosa. New Hampshire, r 841 

John Buchanan, Florida, r 836 

John Donald Rigazio, New Hampshire, r 803 

Robert Edward Haines. New Hampshire, r 579 

Michael Callis, New Hampshire, r 388 

Blake Ashby. Missouri, r 264 

Millie Howard, Ohio, r 239 

Tom Laughlin. California, r 154 

Bill Wyatt, California, r 153 

Jim Taylor, Minnesota, r 124 

Mark Dick Harnes, New York, r 87 

Cornelius E. O'Connor, Florida, r 77 

George Gostigian, New Jersey, r 52 

Dennis J. Kucinich, Ohio, d 38 

Al Sharpton, New York, d 15 

Carol Moseley Braun, Illinois, d 6 

Lyndon H. LaRouche. Jr., Virginia, d 5 

Dick Gephardt, Missouri, d 4 

Katherine Bateman. Illinois, d 3 



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Willie Felix Carter. Texas, d 1 

Robert H. Linnell. New Hampshire, d 1 

Edward Thomas O'Donnell, Jr., New Hampshire, d 1 

Fern Penna, New York, d 1 

Miscellaneous write-ins 973 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

John F. Kerry, Massachusetts, d 84,377 

Howard Dean, Vermont, d 57,76 1 

Wesley K. Clark, Arkansas, d 27,314 

John Edwards, North Carolina, d 26,487 

Joe Lieberman, Connecticut, d 18,91 1 

Dennis J. Kucinich, Ohio, d 3,114 

Dick Gephardt. Missouri, d 419 

Al Sharpton, New York, d 347 

George W. Bush, Texas, r 257 

Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., Virginia, d 90 

Willie Felix Carter, Texas, d 86 

Carol Moseley Braun, Illinois, d 81 

Edward Thomas O'Donnell, Jr., New Hampshire, d 79 

Katherine Bateman, Illinois, d 68 

Randy Crow, North Carolina, d 60 

Vincent S. Hamm. Colorado, d 58 

Robert H. Linnell, New Hampshire, d 49 

Gerry Dokka, Georgia, d 42 

Caroline Pettinato Killeen, Pennsylvania, d 31 

R. Randy Lee, New York, d 15 

Harry W. Braun III, Arizona, d 13 

Mildred Glover, Maryland, d 11 

Fem Penna. New York, d 8 

Leonard Dennis Talbow, Arizona, d 8 

John Donald Rigazio. New Hampshire, r 5 

Blake Ashby, Missouri, r 2 

John Buchanan, Florida, r 2 

Miscellaneous write-ins 92 

VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 

REPUBLICAN PARTY 

Dick Cheney (write-in) 11.135 

Red Jahncke, Connecticut, r 5,759 

Flora Bleckner, New York, r 5,57 1 

John Edwards, (write-in) 630 

Wesley K. Clark, (write-in) 427 

Colin Powell (write-in) 390 

John F. Kerry (write-in) 389 

Joe Lieberman (write-in) 352 

Howard Dean (write-in) 297 

John McCain (write-in) 282 

Hillary Clinton (write-in) 25 

George W. Bush (write-in) 22 

Miscellaneous write-ins 1,475 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY 

John Edwards (write-in) 16,641 

Wesley K. Clark (write-in) 7,636 

Joe Lieberman (write-in) 4,460 

John F. Kerry (write-in) 3,402 

Howard Dean (write-in) 3,022 

Carol Moseley Braun (write-in) 991 

Dick Gephardt (write-in) 987 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 1 7 1 



Dennis J. Kucinich (write-in) 810 

Hillary Clinton (write-in) 606 

Al Sharpton (write-in) 262 

Al Gore (write-in) 200 

Dick Cheney (w rite-in) 1 20 

Jeanne Shaheen (write-in) 107 

John McCain (write-in) 87 

Colin Powell (write-in) 43 

Ralph Nader (write-in ) 39 

Red Jahncke. Connecticut, r 36 

Flora Bleckner. New York, r 4 

Miscellaneous write-ins 3,495 



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PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SUMMARY BY COUNTIES/REPUBLICAN 



■r 





r 


Belknap 


11 


Carroll 


6 


Cheshire 


8 


Coos 


7 


Grafton 


20 


Hillsborough 


80 


Merrimack 


43 


Rockingham 


57 


Strafford 


22 


Sullivan 


10 


TOTALS 


264 



«? 



o^ 



30 

44 

68 

46 

65 

224 

109 

186 

34 

35 

841 



4 




51 


3,027 


41 


2,468 


58 


2.719 


38 


1,350 


64 


3.571 


194 


15,970 


112 


7,450 


192 


12,199 


50 


3,422 


36 


1,786 



836 



53,962 



9 



20 
59 
15 
14 
29 
90 
49 
80 
20 
12 

388 



/ 


4 


2 


27 


1 


27 


2 


22 


1 


8 


2 


36 


15 


198 


9 


86 


16 


132 


4 


29 





14 



52 



579 





4 




V 


/ 

O 


f 






Belknap 


i 


11 


6 


1 


28 


9 


6 


Carroll 


10 


16 


6 


4 


34 


6 


8 


Cheshire 


6 


13 


6 


6 


9 


7 


11 


Coos 


3 


9 


2 


1 


13 


4 


4 


Grafton 


9 


13 


9 


5 


33 


4 


12 


Hillsborough 


31 


70 


42 


23 


195 


35 


34 


Merrimack 


14 


43 


24 


10 


63 


18 


21 


Rockingham 


7 


42 


40 


19 


139 


34 


41 


Strafford 


2 


15 


15 


5 


270 


4 


10 


Sullivan 


4 


7 


4 


3 


19 


3 


6 


TOTALS 


87 


239 


154 


77 


803 


124 


153 





/ 


Belknap 


115 


Carroll 


76 


Cheshire 


150 


Coos 


53 


Grafton 


90 


Hillsborough 


352 


Merrimack 


209 


Rockingham 


230 


Strafford 


110 


Sullivan 


22 


TOTALS 


1,407 



if 



129 

87 
185 

60 
187 
387 
227 
309 
134 

84 

1,789 



f 

67 

21 

81 

40 

79 

299 

172 

205 

92 

32 

1,088 



& 



229 
134 
198 

95 
201 
720 
359 
532 
266 

85 

2,819 



/ 

2 
1 

5 
1 

7 
9 
7 
4 
2 




38 



/ 


/ 


■J 




69 





26 





64 


3 


17 


1 


42 


1 


288 


2 


113 


2 


184 


4 


93 


2 


18 






914 



15 



The following candidates received less than 10 votes statewide: Bateman-3; Moseley Braun-6; Carter- 1; Gephardt-4; 
LaRouche-5: Linnell-1; O'Donnell-1; Penna-1. Miscellaneous write-ins: 973 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



173 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
BELKNAP COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 






# 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 




1 
2 






1 
1 


2 




9 



1 

4 

7 
2 
1 

2 
2 

1 
1 



3 
1 
1 
4 



/ 




3 


321 


5 


197 


5 


275 


2 


95 


8 


387 


2 


212 


3 


175 





121 


1 


118 


3 


118 


1 


82 





149 


6 


334 


2 


140 


6 


140 


4 


163 



d 




2 
3 
2 
2 

1 




1 
1 
1 

2 
5 






3 
2 
3 
1 

1 
1 


1 

2 
1 
1 
3 
2 
3 
3 



/ 

2 
2 



2 
2 



1 
1 


1 








TOTALS 



11 



30 



51 



3,027 



20 



27 



11 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 






5 
2 
3 
1 
6 

1 



1 



1 

3 

4 
1 



# 



4 
7 

20 
1 

16 
8 
4 
4 
6 
5 
5 

10 

15 
2 
2 
6 



<f 



ff 



8 
7 

14 
3 

14 

11 
8 
5 

10 

6 

14 
9 
5 
2 

13 



/ 

2 

2 

17 

1 

9 
4 


3 
4 
3 
5 
9 
4 
2 
2 



/ 

10 
12 
33 

1 
36 
15 
13 

6 
10 

9 
13 

9 
32 
13 
10 

7 






/ 



V 



9 
3 
6 

1 

9 
6 
7 
4 
4 
1 
1 
3 
6 
4 
3 
2 



TOTALS 



28 



115 



129 



67 



229 



69 



Gostigian: 1-Belmont; 1 -Sanbornton. Harnes: 1-Alton. Laughlin: 1-Barnstead l-Gilford; 1-Gilmanton; 1-Laconia Wdl; 
1-Meredith; 1 -Sanbornton. O'Connor: 1-Laconia Wd3. Taylor: 1-Alton; 1-Barnstead; 2-Gilford; 2-Gilmanton; 1-Laconia 
Wd6; 1-New Hampton; 1 -Sanbornton. Kucinich: l-Gilford: 1-Meredith. LaRouche: 1-Gilmanton. Wyatt: 2-Gilmanton; 
1-Laconia Wd 4; 2-Meredith; 1 -Sanbornton. Miscellaneous write-ins: 35 



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CARROLL COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



4 


? 




/ 

4 
















/ 




Albany 
Bartlett 




2 





3 




22 
138 




1 

8 






4 












Brookfield 


1 









54 









2 










Chatham 


1 









20 









1 










Conway 
Eaton 


4 





3 

1 




270 
27 




17 
2 




8 





2 



2 



Effingham 
Freedom 


3 
4 




1 
3 




53 
96 




2 

1 














1 

2 


Hale's Location 












11 




















Hart's Location 












13 




















Jackson 












69 




2 















Madison 


2 




3 




104 




7 















Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 


3 

4 
3 




7 
7 

1 




394 

168 

98 




2 
2 
2 




2 
3 





4 
1 



1 
1 

2 


Tamworth 







7 




124 




5 









1 


2 


Tuftonboro 


4 









167 




1 




1 




1 


3 


Wakefield 


5 




2 




189 




1 




1 







1 


Wolfeboro 


8 




3 




451 




6 




5 




1 


1 


TOTALS 


44 


f 

■i 


41 


b 
*•* 


2,468 


b 

<>- 


59 


b 
f 


27 


b 

4 


10 


16 

b 

/ 

s> 


Albany 
Bartlett 






2 




2 
9 




2 
7 




1 







11 





1 


Brookfield 
























2 







Chatham 




1 









1 

















Conway 
Eaton 




2 





20 

1 




19 
3 




3 

1 




31 

12 




4 



Effingham 
Freedom 




3 












6 











6 




1 

5 


Hale's Location 
































Hart's Location 
































Jackson 









6 




3 




1 




4 




3 


Madison 




2 




3 














8 







Moultonborough 




3 




11 




11 




6 




20 




6 


Ossipee 




5 




1 




12 




2 




7 




4 


Sandwich 









6 




10 




1 




11 




1 


Tamworth 




3 




7 









2 




14 




1 


Tuftonboro 









1 




3 









4 







Wakefield 




8 




2 




6 









1 







Wolfeboro 




5 




7 




4 




4 




3 







TOTALS 




34 




76 




87 




21 




134 




26 



Ashby: 1-Brookfield; 1-Conway; 1 -Moultonborough; 1-Sandwich; 1-Tuftonboro; 1-Wolfeboro. Gostigian: 1-Wolfeboro. 
Laughlin: 3-Conway; 1 -Jackson; 1 -Madison; 1 -Wolfeboro. O'Connor: 2-Moultonborough; 1 -Tuftonboro; 1-Wolfeboro. 
Taylor: 1-Albany; 1-Conway; 1-Madison; 1-Ossipee; 1-Tamworth; 1-Wolfeboro. Wyatt: 2-Moultonborough; 1 Ossipee; 
1 -Tamworth; 4- Wolfeboro. Kucinich: 1-Wolfeboro. Miscellaneous write-ins: 44 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



175 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



* 



*? 



Alstead 
Chesterfield 
Dublin 
Fitz william 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 1 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 




3 
3 


2 
6 
6 
2 
3 
3 
4 
3 

2 
1 
1 
9 

1 
1 


7 
2 
3 

7 



/ 


4) 





90 


4 


103 


5 


129 


1 


92 





43 


1 


35 


6 


83 


4 


282 


1 


65 


2 


128 


2 


143 


3 


178 


2 


195 


3 


66 


2 


28 


2 


30 


2 


31 





231 





11 


1 


64 





31 





34 


9 


232 


61 





2 


166 


2 


74 


2 


94 



a 



i 


2 




2 

3 
1 
1 
1 





1 





2 
2 



1 



4 






1 






1 
1 

2 
5 
1 


1 





1 






1 
1 

2 
2 
1 








1 






1 





1 


6 
1 










1 






1 



TOTALS 



68 



58 



2.719 



15 



22 



13 



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PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 







b 


b 


b 
/ 


b 

/ 


b 

/ 

S3 


Alstead 





3 


5 


2 


5 





Chesterfield 


1 


2 


3 





2 





Dublin 





4 





3 


2 





Fitzwilliam 





1 


9 








2 


Gilsum 








5 





5 


1 


Harrisville 





1 


2 











Hinsdale 


2 


2 


6 


1 


7 


1 


Jaffrey 


1 


6 


7 


3 


23 


5 


Keene Ward 1 





9 


4 


4 


9 


2 


Keene Ward 2 





12 


12 


5 


13 


1 


Keene Ward 3 


1 


11 


9 


9 


10 


5 


Keene Ward 4 


1 


16 


17 


8 


13 


8 


Keene Ward 5 


2 


19 


19 


9 


22 


6 


Marlborough 
Marlow 






1 

1 


6 

1 


1 
1 


5 

1 


4 

1 


Nelson 





2 





1 


1 


2 


Richmond 








1 





2 





Rindge 


1 


10 





12 


14 


5 


Roxbury 
Stoddard 






1 

1 




4 


1 
1 


1 

2 


2 

1 


Sullivan 


1 


1 














Surry 

Swanzey 

TroyO 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 





3 


1 


4 
33 
7 
2 
2 


5 
34 

2 
15 

5 


1 
11 
11 

1 

1 


3 

19 

1 

15 
2 


2 
11 

1 
1 


Winchester 





3 


9 


4 


11 


2 


TOTALS 


11 


150 


185 


81 


198 


64 



Ashby: 3-Chesterfield; 1 -Dublin; 1 -Jaffrey; 1 -Keene Wd2; 2- Walpole. Gostigian: 1 -Gilsum; 1 -Stoddard. Harnes: 
1-Alstead; 1-Jaffrey; 1 -Keene Wd2; 1 -Keene Wd3; 1-Richmond; 1-Troy. Laughlin: 1-Alstead; 1-Jaffrey; 1 -Keene Wd5; 
1 -Richmond; 1 -Swanzey; 1 -Walpole. O'Connor: 1-Alstead; 2-Hinsdale; 1 -Keene Wd2; 1 -Keene Wd4; 1 -Walpole. 
Rigazio: 2-Dublin; 1-Jaffrey: 1 -Keene Wd2; 1 -Keene Wd5; 2-Swanzey; 1 -Westmoreland: 1 -Winchester. Taylor: 
3-Chesterfield; 1 -Keene Wd2; 1 -Keene Wd4; 1 -Keene Wd5; 1-Richmond. Bateman: 2-Stoddard. Moseley Braun: 
5-Fitzwilliam; 1-Jaffrey. Kucinich: 2-Keene Wd2; 1-Keene Wd4; 1-Rindge; 1-Sullivan. LaRouche: 1-Fitzwilliam. 
Linnell: 1-Keene Wd2. Sharpton: 1-Hinsdale: 1-Swanzey; 1-Troy. Miscellaneous write-ins: 67 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



177 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
COOS COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



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Atk. & Gilmanton Academy Gt 




















Bean's Grant 




















Bean's Purchase 




















Berlin Ward 1 


3 


3 


42 


2 





3 


Berlin Ward 2 


6 


3 


63 


1 





2 


Berlin Ward 3 


6 


5 


112 


2 


2 


8 


Berlin Ward 4 


6 





29 








2 


Cambridge 




















Carroll 





1 


38 





1 





Chandler's Purchase 




















Clarksville 


1 





23 











Colebrook 


1 


1 


120 





2 


5 


Columbia 


1 





37 











Crawford's Purchase 




















Cutt's Grant 




















Dalton 








46 








2 


Dix's Grant 




















Dixville 








11 











Dummer 





2 


25 











Errol 








23 





1 





Erving's Location 




















Gorham 


3 


6 


87 


2 


3 


7 


Green's Grant 




















Hadley's Purchase 




















Jefferson 


5 





79 


1 





2 


Kilkenny 




















Lancaster 


2 


6 


193 





1 


6 


Low & Burbank's Grant 




















Martin's Location 




















Milan 


1 


3 


71 








2 


Millsfield 








2 











Northumberland 


3 


2 


61 








6 


Odell 




















Pinkham's Grant 




















Pittsburg 





2 


51 





1 





Randolph 





2 


42 





1 


1 


Sargent's Purchase 




















Second College Grant 




















Shelbume 








22 


2 





1 


Stark 








19 


2 





4 


Stewartstown 


1 


1 


41 


2 








Stratford 


1 





21 











Success 




















Thompson & Mes's Purchase 




















Wentworth's Location 




















Whitefield 


6 


1 


92 





1 


2 



TOTALS 



46 



38 



1,350 



14 



13 



53 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
COOS COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Atk. & Gilmanton Academy Gt 

Bean's Grant 

Bean's Purchase 

Berlin Ward 1 

Berlin Ward 2 

Berlin Ward 3 

Berlin Ward 4 

Cambridge 

Carroll 

Chandler's Purchase 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Crawford's Purchase 

Cult's Grant 

Dalton 

Dix's Grant 

Dixville 

Dummer 

Enrol 

Erving's Location 

Gorham 

Green's Grant 

Hadley's Purchase 

Jefferson 

Kilkenny 

Lancaster 

Low & Burbank's Grant 

Martin's Location 

Milan 

Millsfield 

Northumberland 

Odell 

Pinkham's Grant 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Sargent's Purchase 

Second College Grant 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Success 

Thompson & Mes's Purchase 

Went worth's Location 

Whitefield 










1 

3 
3 


1 



6 



2 





7 


4 

17 


2 

6 




1 





2 
1 





4 



f 






















6 


6 


3 


4 


3 


13 


1 


7 








2 


2 











1 


3 


9 


1 


2 














2 


1 

















1 














6 


16 














3 


4 








4 


6 














1 


1 








1 


7 









































1 





7 





1 





1 




















4 


5 



<£ 



v 





3 
2 




2 
2 







1 


3 


2 









2 














TOTALS 



60 



40 



95 



17 



Ashby: 1 -Carroll; 1 -Colebrook; 1 -Gorham; 1 -Jefferson; 1 -Lancaster; 1 -Northumberland; 1 -Whitefield. Gostigian: 
1 -Columbia. Haines: 1 -Berlin Wd2; 5-Gorham; 1 -Northumberland; 1 -Whitefield. Harnes: 2-Berlin Wd3; 1 -Dalton. 
Howard: 1 -Berlin Wdl; 2-Clarksville; 2-Colebrook; 1 -Dalton; 1-Lancaster; 2-Northumberland. Laughlin: l-BerlinWd2; 
1-Gorham.O'Connor: 1 -Gorham. Taylor: l-BerlinWd2; 1-Colebrook; 1-Dummer; 1 -Whitefield. Wyatt: 1 -Berlin Wd3; 
1-Carroll; 1-Gorham; 1 -Pittsburg. Kucinich: 1 -Gorham. Sharpton: 1 -Jefferson. Miscellaneous write-ins: 14 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



179 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
GRAFTON COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



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T 




/ 




o^" 




/ 


Alexandria 





1 





75 





3 





Ashland 





1 


3 


112 





1 


1 


Bath 








1 


45 





2 





Benton 








1 


27 





1 





Bethlehem 





1 


1 


87 





1 





Bridgewater 


2 





1 


66 


1 








Bristol 


1 


3 


7 


169 


3 


3 


1 


Campton 


1 


1 


2 


135 





2 





Canaan 


2 


5 


2 


100 


3 


2 





Dorchester 











19 











Easton 











12 





1 





Ellsworth 








1 


10 











Enfield 


1 


3 


3 


155 


2 





2 


Franconia 





1 





60 


1 





1 


Grafton 





1 


1 


52 





3 


1 


Groton 





1 


1 


39 











Hanover 


3 


4 


1 


227 


3 


1 


2 


Haverhill 


2 


9 


6 


223 


3 


2 





Hebron 


1 


2 





54 











Holdemess 





2 


1 


135 





1 





Landaff 








2 


25 











Lebanon Ward 1 


1 


1 


2 


141 





1 


1 


Lebanon Ward 2 


2 


3 


2 


116 


1 


3 





Lebanon Ward 3 





1 


3 


176 


1 


1 





Lincoln 


1 


1 





68 











Lisbon 








1 


84 








1 


Littleton 





2 


9 


340 


4 


1 





Livermore 























Lyman 











30 











Lyme 





3 





65 


1 








Monroe 





2 


2 


70 


2 





1 


Orange 











11 











Orford 


1 


1 


1 


56 











Piermont 





3 


1 


40 


1 








Plymouth 


1 


4 


3 


155 


1 


2 





Rumney 





4 


1 


96 





1 





Sugar Hill 








1 


40 





1 





Thornton 





1 


4 


78 


1 


1 





Warren 


1 


2 





53 











Waterville Valley 











21 











Wentworth 





1 





55 





2 


1 


Woodstock 





1 





49 


1 





1 



TOTALS 



20 



65 



64 



3.571 



29 



36 



13 



180 



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PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
GRAFTON COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



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Alexandria 


2 


Ashland 





Bath 


1 


Benton 





Bethlehem 





Bridgewater 


1 


Bristol 


1 


Campton 


4 


Canaan 





Dorchester 





Easton 


1 


Ellsworth 





Enfield 


3 


Franconia 





Grafton 





Groton 


1 


Hanover 


1 


Haverhill 


5 


Hebron 


1 


Holdemess 





Landaff 





Lebanon Ward 1 





Lebanon Ward 2 





Lebanon Ward 3 


1 


Lincoln 


1 


Lisbon 


1 


Littleton 


3 


Livermore 





Lyman 





Lyme 





Monroe 





Orange 





Orford 





Piermont 





Plymouth 


1 


Rumney 





Sugar Hill 





Thornton 


2 


Warren 





Waterville Valley 


1 


Wentworth 





Woodstock 


2 


TOTALS 


33 









1 









2 


1 



2 


1 


1 




1 










3 








12 








4 

1 

5 
3 
4 
2 




2 
1 


4 

11 

3 
1 


1 

5 
1 
1 

17 


1 
2 

1 

2 
8 
1 

2 
2 
2 
1 
2 




90 




6 
6 

9 
3 
6 

11 
4 
1 


7 
8 



21 

15 
1 

3 
2 
8 
5 

14 

3 

12 

1 
3 
5 

2 
4 

15 
3 
1 

2 
4 

1 
1 

187 



f 










9 


5 


1 


10 








2 


15 


1 


6 


3 


2 





13 


5 


5 


2 

















4 


15 


1 


3 











1 


2 


11 


6 


19 








2 


3 








3 


8 


1 


6 


7 


12 








3 


3 


7 


19 











2 








2 


4 





4 


2 


2 








8 


11 





1 





1 


1 


6 


4 


11 


1 





1 





1 


3 












4 
1 
7 
1 









3 
4 

1 


2 

1 



6 




1 
2 
2 
4 
1 



1 






79 



201 



42 



Gostigian: 1 -Hebron; 1 -Lebanon Wd2. Harnes: 3-Haverhill; 2-Hebron; 1-Lebanon Wd2; 1 -Littleton; 1 -Rumney; 1-Woodstock. 
Laughlin: 1-Alexandria; 1-Bethlehem; 1-Campton; 1 -Grafton; 2-Hanover; 1-Littleton; 1-Orford; 1-Plymouth. O'Connor: 
1 -Alexandria; 1 -Enfield; 1 -Hebron; 2-Holderness. Taylor: 1 -Campton; 2-Orford; 1 -Rumney. Kucinich: 1 -Bristol; 
1 -Bridgewater; 1-Lebanon Wdl; 1 -Piermont; 1 -Plymouth; 1 -Warren; 1 -Waterville Valley. Sharpton: 1 -Plymouth. 
Miscellaneous write-ins: 44 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



181 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 











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3? 


/ 






Amherst 


4 


19 


12 


623 


7 





10 


Antrim 


1 


4 


5 


166 


2 





1 


Bedford 


7 


14 


16 


1358 


5 


1 


9 


Bennington 


1 


2 


1 


73 








2 


Brookline 


2 


3 


4 


198 


3 





5 


Deering 


1 





1 


83 








2 


Francestown 


1 








108 


1 





1 


Goffstown 


3 


13 


13 


888 


4 


1 


8 


Greenfield 








1 


86 


1 





1 


Greenville 





1 





58 


1 





2 


Hancock 


1 





1 


122 











Hillsborough 


4 


4 


4 


284 








5 


Hollis 





11 


4 


403 


4 





7 


Hudson 


3 


20 


8 


675 


5 


1 


7 


Litchfield 


3 


7 


2 


332 





1 


5 


Lyndeborough 





2 


1 


107 


2 





1 


Manchester Ward 1 


3 


3 


4 


599 


2 


1 


1 


Manchester Ward 2 


1 


3 


4 


385 


1 


1 


1 


Manchester Ward 3 





1 


3 


175 


1 


1 


2 


Manchester Ward 4 


2 


3 


1 


276 


2 





5 


Manchester Ward 5 


1 


2 


4 


168 








4 


Manchester Ward 6 


3 


1 


4 


407 








2 


Manchester Ward 7 


1 





3 


307 


3 








Manchester Ward 8 


1 


2 


5 


423 





1 


7 


Manchester Ward 9 





3 


2 


326 


3 





3 


Manchester Ward 10 


2 


2 


7 


384 








2 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


2 





4 


347 


1 





6 


Manchester Ward 1 2 





3 


3 


351 


1 





5 


Mason 


1 








82 











Merrimack 


6 


17 


9 


1098 


7 





12 


Milford 


3 


15 


12 


637 


5 





8 


Mont Vernon 


1 


3 





160 


1 


1 


4 


Nashua Ward 1 


1 


11 


7 


393 


7 





12 


Nashua Ward 2 





5 





309 


4 





8 


Nashua Ward 3 


1 


3 


2 


260 


1 





1 


Nashua Ward 4 





3 


1 


136 








6 


Nashua Ward 5 





3 


4 


307 





1 


5 


Nashua Ward 6 


5 


8 


6 


236 





1 


5 


Nashua Ward 7 





3 


6 


246 








2 


Nashua Ward 8 





4 


5 


216 








5 


Nashua Ward 9 


2 


5 


2 


312 


2 





1 


New Boston 


1 


1 


1 


266 


2 





5 


New Ipswich 


1 


2 


3 


267 


2 





1 


Pel ham 


3 


8 


5 


429 


5 


1 


4 


Peterborough 


4 


6 


6 


294 





1 


7 


Sharon 











28 











Temple 





1 


1 


84 








1 


We are 


3 


2 


7 


298 


2 


2 


7 


Wilton 


1 


1 





183 


3 








Windsor 











17 












TOTALS 



80 



224 



194 



15,970 



90 



15 



198 



182 



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PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



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4. 




/ 

o 






*> 


Amherst 


4 


8 


1 


1 


3 





1 


Antrim 








2 





1 


2 





Bedford 


3 


2 





2 


14 


4 


2 


Bennington 














2 


1 





Brookline 





2 


1 


1 


1 








Deering 














4 





1 


Francestown 


1 


2 








2 








Goffstown 


3 


1 


1 


1 


6 





2 


Greenfield 











2 


1 





1 


Greenville 

















1 





Hancock 


2 














1 





Hillsborough 


3 


1 





2 


6 





1 


Hollis 


1 


1 





1 


7 


1 


1 


Hudson 


1 


1 


4 





7 


1 


1 


Litchfield 








2 


1 


9 





1 


Lyndeborough 





2 








2 








Manchester Ward 1 








2 





7 


1 





Manchester Ward 2 





3 


1 





6 


1 





Manchester Ward 3 





2 








3 





1 


Manchester Ward 4 





1 


1 





5 








Manchester Ward 5 














6 








Manchester Ward 6 








1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


Manchester Ward 7 








2 





4 








Manchester Ward 8 





4 








2 


1 





Manchester Ward 9 





2 


2 





3 


1 





Manchester Ward 10 


3 


3 


3 





2 


2 


2 


Manchester Ward 1 1 








2 





5 





2 


Manchester Ward 12 





2 








1 


1 





Mason 








1 








1 





Merrimack 


2 


5 


3 


3 


20 


4 





Milford 


1 


4 


1 


1 


15 


3 


2 


Mont Vernon 








1 





2 








Nashua Ward 1 


1 


4 


1 


2 


2 








Nashua Ward 2 














5 





5 


Nashua Ward 3 





3 


3 





3 


1 


1 


Nashua Ward 4 





3 














1 


Nashua Ward 5 


2 


3 





1 


2 


1 


1 


Nashua Ward 6 





1 





1 











Nashua Ward 7 





1 


2 





4 





1 


Nashua Ward 8 





1 


1 





4 


1 





Nashua Ward 9 











1 


1 








New Boston 





4 


2 





5 





2 


New Ipswich 


1 











6 





1 


Pelham 


1 


1 


1 





4 





1 


Peterborough 





1 





2 


1 


2 





Sharon 














1 








Temple 


1 


1 








1 





1 


Weare 


1 


1 


1 





5 


3 


1 


Wilton 














3 








Windsor 























TOTALS 


31 


70 


42 


23 


195 


35 


34 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



183 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 









/ 




/ 


Amherst 





28 


14 


32 


8 


Antrim 





4 


4 


6 


2 


Bedford 


22 


13 


14 


40 


22 


Bennington 
Brookline 



9 








1 




7 






Deering 
Francestown 


2 

1 




3 






2 

1 




1 


Goffstown 


18 


26 


17 


30 


22 


Greenfield 


4 


2 


3 


4 





Greenville 





3 


3 


6 





Hancock 


3 


2 


2 


4 


1 


Hillsborough 


11 


10 


8 


21 


4 


Hollis 


7 


10 


6 


10 


2 


Hudson 


35 


35 


26 


61 


21 


Litchfield 


12 


5 


4 


11 


3 


Lyndeborough 
Manchester Ward 1 



13 


5 
16 



10 


4 
32 


1 
23 


Manchester Ward 2 


9 


12 


12 


10 


11 


Manchester Ward 3 


6 


5 


6 


17 


6 


Manchester Ward 4 


5 


8 


6 


13 


9 


Manchester Ward 5 


7 


5 


3 


9 


8 


Manchester Ward 6 


10 


10 


12 


11 


6 


Manchester Ward 7 


8 


9 


9 


27 


7 


Manchester Ward 8 


5 


5 


20 


20 


12 


Manchester Ward 9 


11 


6 


8 


21 


9 


Manchester Ward 1 


15 


6 


7 


17 


11 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


5 


6 


6 


2 


5 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


10 


6 


8 


17 


7 


Mason 





1 


1 


1 


1 


Merrimack 


29 


28 


20 


66 


25 


Milford 


13 


11 


12 


25 


11 


Mont Vernon 





6 





3 


2 


Nashua Ward 1 


5 


9 





10 


4 


Nashua Ward 2 


6 


4 


2 


14 


5 


Nashua Ward 3 


5 


9 


9 


22 


2 


Nashua Ward 4 


4 


8 


3 


9 


2 


Nashua Ward 5 


15 


16 


10 


17 


5 


Nashua Ward 6 


1 


3 


3 


15 


1 


Nashua Ward 7 


3 


7 


4 


13 


1 


Nashua Ward 8 


6 


2 


8 


12 


6 


Nashua Ward 9 


8 


8 


3 


27 


6 


New Boston 


3 


9 


3 


12 


1 


New Ipswich 


1 


1 





4 


1 


Pelham 


5 


6 


2 


4 


3 


Peterborough 


7 


4 


4 


15 


2 


Sharon 


1 














Temple 
Weare 


1 
6 


3 

5 



4 


4 
8 


2 
4 


Wilton 


5 


7 


2 


4 


3 


Windsor 


















TOTALS 



352 



387 



299 



720 



288 



Carter: 1 -Antrim. Gephardt: 1 -Manchester Wdh 1 -Manchester- Wd3. Kucinich: 2-Bedford: 1 -Greenfield: 3-Manchester 
Wdl2; 2-Merrimack: 1 -New Boston. O'Donnell: 1 -Antrim. Penna: 1 -Nashua Wd6. Sharpton: 1-Bedford: 1-Manchester 
Wdl2. Miscellaneous write-ins: 406 



184 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 1 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



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1 

4 


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5 
1 
2 
4 
6 
2 

3 
4 
2 
5 
2 
6 
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3 
1 

2 
3 

4 
2 
6 
9 
3 
4 
3 
1 
3 
6 
1 

5 

1 




/ 




3 


171 


2 


142 


6 


168 


4 


562 


6 


113 


1 


141 


4 


169 


3 


200 


4 


117 


1 


167 


3 


122 


2 


224 


2 


106 


4 


213 


3 


169 


5 


159 


5 


266 


2 


92 


1 


219 


1 


272 





133 


1 


89 


4 


126 


2 


296 





55 


11 


636 


2 


411 


2 


228 


2 


140 


5 


362 


1 


146 


2 


329 


8 


203 


1 


54 


1 


117 


2 


180 


2 


77 


4 


76 



1 

2 

3 
3 
1 
1 


3 


1 
1 
1 

3 
1 



1 


1 
1 

1 

3 


1 

6 
1 

2 
2 
1 

2 
3 



3 




2 

2 
5 

1 

2 
3 
1 


3 
2 
3 
3 
4 
4 
4 

1 

5 
1 
2 
3 


4 
5 
2 
1 

4 
1 
5 
4 

2 
4 
3 




TOTALS 



43 



109 



112 



7.450 



49 



86 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



185 



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MERRIMACK COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





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1 











1 





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1 


5 


1 





8 


2 


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1 





1 





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1 





1 











Chichester 





1 


1 





1 


1 


Concord Ward 1 





1 


1 











Concord Ward 2 


1 


2 








3 





Concord Ward 3 


1 


1 








2 





Concord Ward 4 





1 


1 











Concord Ward 5 


2 








1 


2 


2 


Concord Ward 6 





1 














Concord Ward 7 


1 


3 


2 


2 


2 


2 


Concord Ward 8 


1 


2 


1 


1 


2 





Concord Ward 9 





1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


Concord Ward 10 





1 


1 





3 





Danbury 




















Dunbarton 





2 


1 





3 





Epsom 








3 





2 





Franklin Ward 1 








1 





4 





Franklin Ward 2 





1 














Franklin Ward 3 











1 


2 


1 


Henniker 





4 














Hill 














4 





Hooksett 


1 


1 


2 


1 


5 


2 


Hopkinton 





2 


1 





3 


3 


Loudon 





2 








1 





Newbury 


1 


2 








1 





New London 





1 


1 





3 


1 


Northfield 


1 


1 





1 


1 


1 


Pembroke 





2 


1 


1 


1 





Pittsfield 








1 





4 





Salisbury 




















Sutton 


2 


5 





1 


1 





Warner 








2 





1 





Webster 




















Wilmot 

















1 


TOTALS 


14 


43 


24 


10 


63 


18 



186 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 








1 




1 
1 


2 
3 
1 


2 
1 









1 
1 

1 





2 


1 

1 



2 





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7 

27 

1 

2 
2 
5 
4 
6 
8 
5 

10 
7 

1 

3 
1 

9 
3 
8 
2 
2 

4 
37 
10 
12 

4 
6 
5 
5 
2 
1 
2 
1 
7 



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3 
2 
7 

11 
3 
3 
3 

11 
3 
8 
8 

12 
6 
6 

2 

15 
4 
7 
7 
6 
3 
2 

3 

13 

14 

16 
4 
9 

11 
7 
4 

7 
3 
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2 



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2 



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6 
6 


20 
1 

4 
3 
5 
4 
3 

1 
14 
11 
12 
1 
1 
4 
4 
6 

7 
2 
2 
9 



3 
2 
17 
28 
5 
6 
3 

13 
13 
16 



11 

19 



3 

23 

1 

11 

5 

11 



5 



4 

33 

22 

22 

6 

3 

15 

13 

11 

2 

5 

5 

3 





1 

3 

10 


3 
1 
5 
4 
7 
4 
4 
4 


8 
1 
3 
3 
2 
1 







16 

10 

10 

1 

1 

4 
2 



1 
1 
1 

2 



TOTALS 



21 



209 



227 



172 



359 



113 



Gostigian: 1 -Andover; 1 -Concord Wdl; 1 -Concord Wd4; 2-Concord Wd5; 2-Hooksett; 1 -Northfield; 1 -Pittsfield. 
Bateman: 1-Franklin Wd3. Gephardt: 1-New London. Kucinich: 1-Concord Wdl; 1-Concord Wd2; 1-Concord Wd5; 
1 -Concord Wd7; 1-Concord Wd9; 1-Concord Wdl 0;1 -Pembroke. LaRouche: 1-Concord Wd2; 1 -Northfield. Sharpton: 
1-Concord Wd5; 1 -Sutton. Miscellaneous write-ins: 90 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



87 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





V 








/ 


/ 


Atkinson 


1 


4 


6 


307 


3 





Auburn 


3 


3 


4 


374 


3 





Brentwood 


4 


2 


6 


156 


1 





Candia 


1 





2 


307 


1 





Chester 


1 





2 


294 





1 


Danville 


2 


4 


1 


178 








Deerfield 





4 


3 


293 


1 





Deny 


3 


7 


20 


1181 


7 





East Kingston 





2 





133 


2 





Epping 


1 


2 


7 


177 


1 





Exeter 


6 


17 


9 


585 


1 


2 


Fremont 





5 


4 


186 


2 





Greenland 





12 


7 


185 








Hampstead 





7 


10 


431 


3 


2 


Hampton 


3 


18 


10 


691 


2 





Hampton Falls 


1 


2 





164 








Kensington 





3 


1 


100 








Kingston 


4 


5 


4 


268 


3 





Londonderry 


3 


12 


12 


918 


6 





New Castle 





2 


1 


107 








Newfields 


2 


2 


2 


84 


1 





Newington 





1 


1 


84 


1 





Newmarket 


2 


5 


6 


220 


1 





Newton 





2 


3 


135 


1 





North Hampton 


1 


5 


3 


235 


3 





Northwood 





1 


6 


174 


3 





Nottingham 


1 


1 


1 


179 








Plaistow 


1 


1 


3 


237 


1 


2 


Portsmouth Ward 1 





4 


4 


80 








Portsmouth Ward 2 





2 


3 


108 


1 





Portsmouth Ward 3 


1 





4 


92 


1 





Portsmouth Ward 4 





3 


1 


187 


2 


1 


Portsmouth Ward 5 





2 


4 


145 


4 


1 


Raymond 


3 


7 


7 


349 


1 





Rye 


2 


13 


2 


280 


1 





Salem 


3 


12 


12 


1085 


13 


5 


Sandown 


2 





3 


214 


1 





Seabrook 


1 


10 


4 


289 








South Hampton 








2 


29 


2 





Stratham 


1 


3 


4 


342 


6 





Windham 


4 


1 


8 


616 


1 


2 


TOTALS 


57 


186 


192 


12,199 


80 


16 



188 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



■/ 



^ 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



3 
4 
2 
2 
3 
4 
6 

14 
1 
1 

10 
2 
2 
7 
7 


6 
7 

2 
1 
1 
1 

3 

1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
3 


4 

18 

4 


7 





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3 


3 


1 


2 


1 


1 











1 


6 


5 


























2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


1 





2 


1 











1 


1 


1 





1 


1 


1 





2 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 





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2 


1 








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6 





2 





2 





5 





4 


1 


7 


2 


13 











4 


2 


9 





1 





3 





2 


1 


3 











2 





2 





16 





1 





1 


2 





1 


6 











2 





2 





5 











3 





2 





1 


1 


2 


1 








2 


1 


5 


3 


11 





4 


1 


4 











3 


2 


1 



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1 




1 


10 
2 



1 

2 
2 




3 

1 



2 


1 
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1 






1 



2 



2 
1 



TOTALS 



132 



42 



40 



19 



139 



34 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



189 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



^ 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newrields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



2 




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1 

1 

9 
1 

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3 
3 

30 
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3 

10 
1 


7 

24 
1 


1 

11 
7 
4 

4 
5 

3 
3 
1 
2 
8 
6 

20 
4 
5 

9 

13 






2 
4 
3 

15 
1 

5 
5 

28 
5 
5 

30 
2 
5 
5 
9 
3 
4 
9 

20 

1 
1 
8 
8 
3 
5 
2 
7 

6 
3 
5 
1 

12 
9 

25 
6 

12 

7 

28 



5 
4 


11 
1 
2 


19 
1 
1 

27 
3 
1 
3 
8 
1 
1 
7 
9 
2 
1 


18 
1 
2 
3 
1 
7 

3 
3 
3 
2 

10 
6 

14 
3 
4 
1 
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12 



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12 

8 

6 

24 

8 

9 

5 

34 

6 

6 

61 

7 

4 

19 

31 

1 

5 

23 

22 

2 

2 

3 

31 

21 

7 

3 

3 

15 



9 

1 

9 

4 

19 

15 

37 

10 

2 

2 

9 

37 



4 
7 
1 

13 

4 
3 

16 
1 
3 

12 
1 
2 
4 
6 

2 
5 

17 
1 
1 


7 
4 
3 
1 

2 
5 

2 
1 
1 
2 
6 
4 
6 
1 
1 
1 
6 

28 



TOTALS 



41 



230 



309 



205 



532 



184 



Harnes: 1-Derry; 1-East Kingston; 1-Exeter; 2-Kensington: 1-Portsmouth Wd3; 1-Raymond. Gephardt: 1-Derry. 
Kucinich: 1 -Auburn; 1 -North Hampton; 1 -Portsmouth Wd2; 1 -Portsmouth Wd5. Sharpton: 1-East Kingston; 1 -Hampton; 
1 -Plaistow; 1 -South Hampton. Miscellaneous write-ins: 161 



190 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
STRAFFORD COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Barrington 
Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Farmington 
Lee 

Madbury 
Middleton 
Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester Ward 1 
Rochester Ward 2 
Rochester Ward 3 
Rochester Ward 4 
Rochester Ward 5 
Rochester Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Somersworth Ward 1 
Somersworth Ward 2 
Somersworth Ward 3 
Somersworth Ward 4 
Somersworth Ward 5 
Strafford 



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2 


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288 





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84 





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3 


105 


1 


2 


3 


188 


3 


2 


1 


155 


1 


3 





119 


1 


1 


4 


134 


1 


5 


2 


226 





3 


2 


180 








2 


138 


1 





2 


78 


1 


1 


1 


64 


1 


1 


4 


123 





3 


3 


124 


2 





1 


161 





1 


1 


186 


2 








169 











156 


1 


1 


3 


118 








4 


108 


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2 





1 





1 














2 








1 

















1 





1 


























1 





3 


2 


2 


1 



TOTALS 



22 



34 



50 



3.422 



20 



29 



15 



15 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



191 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
STRAFFORD COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Barrington 
Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Farmington 
Lee 

Madbury 
Middleton 
Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester Ward 1 
Rochester Ward 2 
Rochester Ward 3 
Rochester Ward 4 
Rochester Ward 5 
Rochester Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Strafford 



20 

4 

3 

5 

7 

6 

10 

9 

18 

5 

7 

3 

15 

11 

29 

21 

10 

16 

14 

20 

4 






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5 

3 

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3 



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15 
2 
3 
5 
6 
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10 
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6 

6 

13 

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16 
3 

7 
3 

6 
3 

5 

13 

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10 

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5 
7 


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9 
9 
7 
4 
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3 
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7 

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4 
5 
1 
9 
2 
1 
5 

11 
1 



2 
4 

1 

3 
3 

14 
1 

2 


1 

2 

1 



TOTALS 



270 



10 



110 



134 



92 



266 



93 



Gostigian: 1-Dover Wd3; 1-Lee; 1 -Rochester Wd5: 1-Rochester Wd6. Harnes: 1-Middleton; 1 -Milton. O'Connor: 1-Dover 
Wd6; 2-Rochester Wdl: 2-Somersworth Wd4: Taylor: 1-Barrington; l-DoverWd5: 1 -Rochester Wd5; 1-Somersworth 
Wd4. Kucinich: 1-Lee; 1 -Rochester Wd4. LaRouche: 1-Barrington. Sharpton: 1-Barrington; 1-Dover Wd5. 
Miscellaneous write-ins: 49 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SULLIVAN COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





s 
V 




/ 






t 

/ 


Acworth 


1 


1 


1 


39 








Charlestown 





4 


3 


147 





6 


Claremont Ward 1 


1 


2 


5 


125 


1 





Claremont Ward 2 





2 


4 


189 








Claremont Ward 3 





1 





126 





1 


Cornish 


1 








71 








Croydon 


1 





3 


50 








Goshen 





1 


2 


39 


1 





Grantham 





4 


1 


165 


1 





Langdon 











42 








Lempster 








2 


40 


2 


2 


Newport 


2 


7 


3 


206 


1 


2 


Plainfield 


1 





2 


114 


1 


1 


Springfield 





6 


2 


73 


1 





Sunapee 


1 


5 


3 


228 


2 


1 


Unity 





2 


3 


70 


1 





Washington 


2 





2 


62 


1 


1 


TOTALS 


10 


35 


36 


1,786 


12 


14 





••?" 


b 


b 


f 


b 


£ 










/ 


/ 




Acworth 








1 


1 








Charlestown 


2 


1 


14 


2 


16 


1 


Claremont Ward 1 


3 


3 


5 


6 


8 


2 


Claremont Ward 2 


1 


2 


9 


1 


10 


2 


Claremont Ward 3 


1 


4 


10 


5 


10 


5 


Cornish 


1 


3 


11 


4 


10 


1 


Croydon 


1 








1 








Goshen 





1 


2 











Grantham 


1 


1 


2 


3 


1 


2 


Langdon 


1 





1 





2 





Lempster 








1 





1 


1 


Newport 


1 


3 


8 


1 


10 


1 


Plainfield 




















Springfield 








2 





1 





Sunapee 


1 


2 


14 


8 


16 


3 


Unity 


1 





3 











Washington 


5 


2 


1 












<r 



TOTALS 



19 



22 



84 



32 



85 



i; 



Harnes: 1 -Claremont Wd 1 ; 2-Goshen 1 -Plainfield. Howard: 1 -Charlestown; 1 -Claremont Wdl; 1 -Claremont Wd3; 1-Goshen; 
[-Grantham; 1-Sunapee; 1 -Unity. Laughlin: 2-Claremont Wdl; 1 -Claremont Wd3; 1 -Lempster. O'Connor: 1-Langdon; 
2-Sunapee. Taylor: 1-Acworth; 1-Claremont Wdl; 1 -Cornish Wyatt: 1 -Charlestown; 2-Claremont Wdl: 2-Goshen; 
1 -Grantham. Miscellaneous write-ins: 63 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



193 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SUMMARY BY COUNTIES/DEMOCRATIC 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 



/ 

4 

3 

5 

4 

2 
24 

5 
11 

9 

1 



$*$ 

7 
5 
6 

2 

7 
17 
II 
15 



^ 



* V 








1 



3 
2 
2 
4 

1 



o 



/ 



1 

1 

11 

16 

4 
22 

9 
14 



O 

1.176 
1.098 
2,184 

832 
1.853 
7,684 
3.408 
5.808 
2,639 

632 



C? 



o 



4 

I 

9 
i 

6 
15 

8 
7 
6 

2 






2.238 
2,391 
5,042 
1.273 
6,486 

13,665 
7,570 

11,243 
4,843 
3,010 



V 



2 
1 

3 
3 
3 
12 
5 
8 
3 
2 



TOTALS 



68 



81 



13 



86 



27.314 



60 57,761 



42 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

TOTALS 



f 






/ 




b 
tf 

J 


/ 




1,189 


12 


1 


3 


3,462 


2 


118 


2 


817 


16 





2 


2,934 


1 


144 


12 


1,742 


14 


1 


5 


4,706 


1 


504 


3 


656 


18 


1 


4 


2.469 





28 





1,534 


19 





3 


5.004 


3 


227 


3 


7,817 


156 


6 


16 


24,973 


9 


702 


25 


3,499 


41 





6 


10,383 


3 


395 


12 


5,684 


103 


1 


7 


19,893 


9 


490 


13 


2,641 


30 


1 


6 


8,093 


1 


384 


5 


908 


10 





6 


2,460 


2 


122 


15 


!6,487 


419 


11 


58 


84,377 


31 


3,114 


90 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

TOTALS 





/ 




O 


/ 







846 





4 


10 


16 


l 


486 





4 


8 


3 





766 


1 


6 


20 


14 





301 


4 


4 


8 








778 


3 


5 


34 





2 


6,949 


17 


31 


101 


145 





2,179 


9 


8 


33 


16 


3 


4.679 


11 


10 


100 


32 


2 


1,561 


3 


5 


26 


19 


7 


366 


1 


2 


7 


12 


15 


18,911 


49 


79 


347 


257 



The following candidates received 10 or fewer votes statewide: Penna-8. Talbow-8. Ashby-2. Buchanan-2. Rigazio-5. 

Miscellaneous write-ins: 92 



194 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
BELKNAP COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Alton 
Bamstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 



103 

87 
106 

26 
170 
53 
56 
42 
47 
62 
33 
49 
148 
52 
49 
93 






185 

162 

168 

53 

299 

176 

88 

89 

88 

84 

69 

102 

243 

116 

156 

160 



# 



? 



87 

109 

119 

28 

137 

69 

53 

51 

54 

41 

46 

53 

148 

41 

56 

97 



/ 

ffT> 



2 
1 


1 
1 
4 




1 



1 



1 





/ 

213 
244 
348 
62 
453 
227 
154 
147 
137 
167 
162 
149 
415 
130 
224 
230 



/ 



4 
10 
8 

17 
5 
7 
5 
2 
7 
1 

6 

5 

3 

26 

12 






# 



V 



68 
50 
79 
15 
115 
41 
58 
31 
49 
40 
30 
57 
96 
26 
45 
46 



/ 
$ 



1 






1 



3 



1 

2 

1 
1 



J? 



1 
1 
4 

1 
1 




1 



1 
1 
1 

3 

1 



TOTALS 



176 



2,238 



1,189 



12 



3.462 



118 



846 



10 



Bateman: 1-Alton; 1-Gilford; 1-Gilmanton; 1-Laconia Wd3. Moseley Braun: 1 -Center Harbor; 1-Gilford; 1-Gilmanton; 
4-Tilton. Carter: 1-Gilford. Crow: 1 -Belmont; 1-Gilford; 1-Laconia Wdl; 1-Laconia Wd4. Dokka: 1 -Belmont; 
1-Meredith. Glover: 1-Gilford. Hamm: 1-Gilmanton; 1-Laconia Wd4; 1-Laconia Wd5. Killeen: 1-Belmont; 1-Tilton. 
LaRouche: 1 -Center Harbor; 1-Meredith. O'Donnell: 1-Belmont; 1-Laconia Wd4; 1-Sanbornton; 1-Tilton. Miscellaneous 
write-ins: 2 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



195 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CARROLL COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Brookfield 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hale's Location 

Hart's Location 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tamworth 

Tuftonboro 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 





b 


/ 






/ 




/ 


16 


41 


13 





50 


8 


4 


4 


75 


186 


69 


i 


240 


9 





30 


11 


53 


13 





34 


2 





6 


3 


14 


6 





19 


5 








250 


445 


132 


4 


558 


28 


2 


59 


12 


26 


13 





39 


5 





5 


26 


70 


19 





89 


2 





9 


34 


80 


26 





109 


3 





23 


2 











6 











6 


3 


2 





5 











53 


143 


35 


1 


110 


5 





16 


55 


121 


38 





169 


2 


3 


22 


108 


170 


73 


1 


263 


4 





84 


56 


131 


64 


2 


180 


7 





35 


49 


180 


31 





100 


9 


1 


15 


94 


110 


39 





212 


20 


2 


15 


43 


93 


50 


2 


138 


4 





44 


82 


145 


85 


3 


212 


8 





46 


123 


380 


109 


2 


401 


23 





73 



TOTALS 



1,098 



2,391 



817 



16 



2.934 



144 



12 



486 



Bateman: 1-Bartlett; 1-Conway; 1 -Wolfeboro. Moseley Braun: 1-Effingham; 1 -Freedom; 3- Wolfeboro. Carter: 1-Jackson. 
Crow: 1 -Brookfield. Dokka: 1 -Brookfield. Hamm: 1 -Albany; 1 -Hart's Location. Killeen: 1 -Ossipee. Lee: 1-Moultonborough. 
O'Donnell: 1-Bartlett; 2-Brookfield; 1 -Ossipee. Penna: 1-Sandwich. Sharpton: 1-Bartlett; 1-Brookfield; 1-Conway; 1-Effingham; 
1-Madison; 1 -Ossipee;! -Tamworth; 1 -Wolfeboro. Bush: 1-Conway; 1-Eaton; 1 -Freedom. Miscellaneous write-ins: 1 



196 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 



b 

/ 


b 


b 






1 


64 


188 


42 


2 





118 


307 


94 





1 


56 


132 


45 








63 


129 


49 


2 





24 


45 


10 








43 


162 


45 








75 


216 


64 








144 


253 


107 


1 





125 


291 


84 


1 





150 


395 


109 








145 


324 


125 





1 


175 


309 


145 





2 


144 


400 


112 


1 





100 


174 


67 





1 


23 


70 


15 








28 


73 


22 








29 


74 


31 





1 


95 


219 


68 


4 





9 


22 


7 








33 


47 


40 





2 


25 


48 


19 





1 


26 


39 


23 








199 


336 


123 


2 





59 


86 


46 


1 





93 


359 


108 








61 


172 


52 





1 


78 


172 


90 






TOTALS 



11 



2.184 



5,042 



1.742 



14 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



197 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 





/ 


/ 


/ 


-5? 


92 


23 


21 


2 





217 


14 


26 








149 


18 


22 








147 


12 


40 


1 





29 


15 


4 


1 


1 


112 


17 


10 








206 


7 


19 








415 


22 


65 





3 


234 


42 


19 


1 





306 


78 


48 


2 


1 


291 


36 


46 








345 


29 


40 


3 


1 


309 


31 


61 


1 


3 


154 


13 


20 


1 





45 


4 


14 








52 


17 


13 


1 





66 


6 


13 








304 


43 


74 


2 





20 


5 


2 





1 


72 


11 


18 








41 


4 


8 








50 


7 


22 


1 


1 


364 


18 


52 


2 


1 


145 


6 


15 





1 


233 


6 


44 





1 


105 


10 


23 


1 





203 


10 


27 


1 






TOTALS 



4.706 



504 



766 



20 



14 



Bateman: 1 -Fitzwilliam; 1-Hinsdale; 1-Keene Wd3; 1-Rindge; 1-Walpole. Moseley Braun: 1 -Fitzwilliam; 1-Jaffrey; 
2-Keene Wdl; 1-Keene Wd2; 1 -Walpole. Crow: 2-Fitzwilliam; 1 -Hinsdale; 1 -Jaffrey; 2-Keene Wd4; 1-Troy; 1 -Walpole; 
1 -Westmoreland. Dokka: 1 -Jaffrey; 1-Rindge; 1 -Walpole. Glover: 1 -Gilsum. Hamm: 1 -Fitzwilliam; 1 -Harrisville; 
1-Marlow; 1-Rindge; 1-Stoddard. Killeen: 1-Hinsdale. LaRouche: 1-Gilsum; 1-Rindge; 1-Winchester. Linnell: 
1 -Fitzwilliam. O'Donnell: 1 -Fitzwilliam; 1-Keene Wdl; 1 -Marlborough; 1-Richmond; 1 -Troy; 1 -Winchester. 
Miscellaneous write-ins: 4 



198 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
COOS COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





b 

/ 
C7 


b 


b 


/ 


cf 


b 




/ 


Atk. & Gilmanton Academy Gt 


























Bean's Grant 


























Bean's Purchase 


























Berlin Ward 1 





85 


99 


67 


2 


306 


1 


31 


Berlin Ward 2 


1 


73 


108 


65 


2 


280 


2 


35 


Berlin Ward 3 





105 


113 


63 


7 


286 


2 


50 


Berlin Ward 4 


2 


80 


74 


50 


4 


277 


1 


27 


Cambridge 


























Carroll 





26 


36 


25 





61 





10 


Chandler's Purchase 


























Clarksville 





4 


12 


2 





7 





1 


Colebrook 





65 


61 


23 





71 


2 


12 


Columbia 





4 


24 


11 


1 


21 





1 


Crawford's Purchase 


























Cutt's Grant 


























Dalton 





13 


38 


9 





38 


1 


13 


Dix's Grant 


























Dixville 





8 


1 


2 





3 





1 


Dummer 


7 





13 


6 


1 


14 


1 


2 


Errol 





7 


9 


6 





18 





2 


Erving's Location 


























Gorham 


3 


101 


122 


94 





318 


3 


22 


Green's Grant 








2 

















Hadley's Purchase 


























Jefferson 





9 


43 


9 





43 


1 


11 


Kilkenny 


























Lancaster 





38 


158 


60 





180 


3 


18 


Low & Burbank's Gt. 


























Martin's Location 


























Milan 





34 


46 


24 





100 





8 


Millsfield 





1 


1 


1 





1 








Northumberland 


1 


76 


81 


40 





139 


2 


10 


Odell 


























Pinkham's Grant 

















2 








Pittsburg 


2 


11 


5 


4 





26 





7 


Randolph 





4 


56 


8 





42 


3 


9 


Sargent's Purchase 


























Second College Gt. 


























Shelburne 





6 


26 


14 





28 


1 


5 


Stark 





9 


17 


10 





34 





2 


Stewartstown 





10 


17 


7 





30 





2 


Stratford 





16 


25 


7 





35 








Success 


























Thompson & Mes's Pur. 


























Wentworth's Loc. 





1 











3 


1 





Whitefield 





46 


86 


49 


1 


106 


4 


22 


TOTALS 


16 


832 


1.273 


656 


18 


2,469 


28 


301 



Bateman: 1 -Berlin Wd2; 3-Berlin Wd4. Moseley Braun: 1 -Berlin Wd3; 1 -Columbia. Braun HI; 1 -Berlin Wd4. Crow: 
1-Berlin Wd3; 1-Lancaster. Dokka: 1-Berlin Wdl; 1-Berlin Wd2; 1 -Northumberland. Glover: 1-Berlin Wd3. Hamm: 
1-BerlinWdl; 1-Berlin Wd3; 1-Milan; 1 -Northumberland. Linnell: 1-Berlin Wd3; 1-Berlin Wd4; 1 -Millsfield; 1-Stark. 
O'Donnell: 1-Berlin Wdl; 1-Berlin Wd2; 1-Lancaster; 1 -Stewartstown. Sharpton: 1-Berlin Wdl: 1-Berlin Wd3: 
2-Colebrook; 2-Lancaster; 1 -Stewartstown; 1 -Whitefield. Miscellaneous write-ins: 15 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



199 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
GRAFTON COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





b 


b 


/ 




b 


/ 


/ 


/ 


Alexandria 


36 


56 


39 





93 


6 


18 





Ashland 


37 


91 


32 


1 


119 


5 


24 


2 


Bath 


4 


49 


8 





37 


1 


7 





Benton 


3 


14 


4 





8 











Bethlehem 


55 


201 


41 





141 


13 


22 


2 


Bridgewater 


21 


44 


11 





73 


5 


8 





Bristol 


89 


102 


64 


2 


165 


6 


41 





Campton 


73 


170 


43 


1 


167 


3 


47 


3 


Canaan 


54 


240 


51 





193 


7 


21 





Dorchester 


2 


22 


5 





9 


2 


4 





Easton 


5 


44 


10 





27 





4 


1 


Ellsworth 


7 


5 


3 





7 











Enfield 


68 


335 


82 





257 


7 


26 


1 


Franconia 


26 


123 


28 





84 


5 


12 


1 


Grafton 


22 


90 


19 





57 





4 





Groton 


7 


26 


4 





18 


2 


9 





Hanover 


453 


1499 


302 


3 


1010 


41 


116 


11 


Haverhill 


41 


149 


26 


1 


129 


3 


5 





Hebron 


14 


36 


13 


1 


33 





7 





Holdemess 


71 


166 


42 


1 


148 


7 


33 


1 


Landaff 


4 


18 


5 





18 





1 





Lebanon Ward 1 


79 


442 


76 


1 


284 


22 


18 


1 


Lebanon Ward 2 


72 


387 


81 


2 


288 


14 


53 


2 


Lebanon Ward 3 


82 


363 


75 


2 


238 


8 


32 


1 


Lincoln 


36 


51 


37 


2 


100 


4 


23 





Lisbon 


14 


29 


24 





54 


1 








Littleton 


83 


239 


89 


2 


272 


6 


42 


1 


Livermore 


























Lyman 


5 


34 


2 





24 


1 


4 


1 


Lyme 


49 


333 


37 





139 


5 


19 


2 


Monroe 


12 


41 


7 





29 


2 


6 





Orange 


6 


31 


6 





20 





1 





Orford 


17 


139 


18 





59 


4 


9 





Piermont 


10 


78 


11 





31 


6 


6 





Plymouth 


87 


383 


100 





274 


21 


56 


4 


Rumney 


29 


109 


26 





67 


7 


24 





Sugar Hill 


30 


67 


15 





37 


2 


6 





Thornton 


88 


119 


49 





135 


5 


36 





Warren 


13 


37 


18 





25 


4 


4 





Waterville Valley 


9 


29 








25 


1 


10 





Wentworth 


11 


40 


4 





35 


1 


3 





Woodstock 


29 


55 


27 





75 





17 






TOTALS 



1.853 



6,486 



1.534 



19 



5.004 



227 



778 



34 



Bateman: 1 -Lebanon Wd2; 1 -Orford. Moselev Braun: 1 -Bristol; 2-Holderness; 1 -Lebanon Wd 1 ; 1-Lincoln; 1-PIymouth; 
1-Wentworth. Carter. 1-BristoI; 1-Canaan; 1-Plymouth; 1-Warren. Crow: 1-Ashland; 1-Grafton; 1-Haverhill; 1-Lisbon; 
1-Monroe; 1-Woodstock. Dokka: 1-Hanover; 1-Littleton; 1-Lyman. Hamm: 2-Haverhill; 1-Hebron. Killeen: 1-Bristol; 
1-Haverhill; 1-Plymouth. LaRouche: 1-Holderness; 1-Littleton; 1-Thornton. Linnell: 2-Canaan: 1-Grafton. O'Donnell: 
1-Bristol; 1-Lebanon Wdl; 1-Lebanon Wd3; 1-Lisbon; 1-Rumney. Talbow: 1-Plymouth. Buchanan: 1-Thornton. 
Miscellaneous write-in votes: 8 



200 



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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



/ 



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ffi* 



<& 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester Ward 1 

Manchester Ward 2 

Manchester Ward 3 

Manchester Ward 4 

Manchester Ward 5 

Manchester Ward 6 

Manchester Ward 7 

Manchester Ward 8 

Manchester Ward 9 

Manchester Ward 10 

Manchester Ward 1 1 

Manchester Ward 12 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vernon 

Nashua Ward 1 

Nashua Ward 2 

Nashua Ward 3 

Nashua Ward 4 

Nashua Ward 5 

Nashua Ward 6 

Nashua Ward 7 

Nashua Ward 8 

Nashua Ward 9 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

We are 

Wilton 

Windsor 




1 

2 







1 





1 




1 



1 


4 
2 

3 

2 
2 


1 
1 














1 






1 







/ 

c* 





1 


1 





1 





1 





1 












































1 








1 


1 























1 





1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 





1 


2 








1 





2 











1 








2 





2 
































2 

















2 





1 











1 





1 








2 




















1 


1 












JT 



283 

64 

355 

38 

89 

53 

44 

332 

32 

37 

41 

111 

200 

447 

140 

40 

252 

187 

105 

138 

110 

186 

187 

193 

169 

205 

107 

143 

30 

594 

270 

68 

224 

145 

193 

81 

204 

161 

153 

148 

191 

124 

72 

187 

229 

12 

38 

165 

103 

4 





1 
1 





2 






1 

1 



1 
1 


2 



1 

1 






2 















1 












611 
170 
638 

58 
220 

79 
151 
478 

86 

73 
219 
188 
449 
674 
215 
114 
454 
326 
208 
245 
198 
288 
261 
240 
226 
233 
189 
224 

91 
797 
497 
112 
276 
283 
352 
191 
316 
269 
234 
323 
352 
258 
122 
317 
580 

39 
151 
316 
257 

17 



TOTALS 



24 



17 



22 



7,684 



15 



13,665 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



201 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





IT 






/ 




/ 


Amherst 


1 


258 


2 





802 


20 


Antrim 





66 


2 





142 


9 


Bedford 


1 


344 


6 


1 


1113 


15 


Bennington 





23 








59 


3 


Brookline 





111 





1 


296 


2 


Deering 





42 


1 





106 


6 


Francestown 





31 








104 


4 


Goffstown 





335 


12 





1018 


26 


Greenfield 





39 








101 


7 


Greenville 





39 


1 





124 


6 


Hancock 





58 








158 


20 


Hillsborough 





136 


2 


1 


281 


11 


Hollis 





178 


14 





556 


21 


Hudson 





400 


3 


1 


1449 


21 


Litchfield 





129 








458 


3 


Lyndeborough 





48 


1 





101 


9 


Manchester Ward 1 





262 


5 





730 


16 


Manchester Ward 2 





176 


5 





646 


25 


Manchester Ward 3 





116 


6 





384 


13 


Manchester Ward 4 


1 


147 


10 





447 


17 


Manchester Ward 5 


1 


139 


7 





410 


15 


Manchester Ward 6 


2 


209 


6 





566 


9 


Manchester Ward 7 





175 


5 





487 


17 


Manchester Ward 8 


1 


215 


2 


1 


623 


14 


Manchester Ward 9 





218 


2 


2 


619 


11 


Manchester Ward 10 





228 


6 





566 


16 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


1 


132 


5 


1 


426 


11 


Manchester Ward 12 





150 


6 





471 


8 


Mason 





34 








86 


8 


Merrimack 


2 


560 


5 





1774 


27 


Milford 





260 


1 


1 


894 


23 


Mont Vernon 





65 





1 


176 


11 


Nashua Ward 1 





256 


4 


1 


850 


14 


Nashua Ward 2 





193 


1 





627 


17 


Nashua Ward 3 





199 


2 


1 


660 


18 


Nashua Ward 4 





110 


2 





517 


9 


Nashua Ward 5 





213 


1 


1 


750 


7 


Nashua Ward 6 





154 


5 





738 


7 


Nashua Ward 7 


1 


196 


5 





623 


13 


Nashua Ward 8 





214 


4 





610 


12 


Nashua Ward 9 


1 


207 


3 


1 


804 


9 


New Boston 





99 


1 


1 


268 


9 


New Ipswich 





64 


2 





227 


4 


Pel ham 





176 


1 





816 


11 


Peterborough 





141 


3 





509 


52 


Sharon 





7 








32 


3 


Temple 





35 








87 


8 


Weare 





132 


3 





416 


14 


Wilton 





88 


3 


1 


260 


67 


Windsor 





10 


1 





6 


4 


TOTALS 


12 


7,817 


156 


16 


24,973 


702 



202 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





/ 


V 


b 
•b' 

• 


y 

o 


/ 




Amherst 





191 








3 





Antrim 





27 





1 


2 





Bedford 





478 


1 





4 


2 


Bennington 





19 














Brookline 


1 


109 














Deering 
Francestown 






27 
32 






2 





1 






Goffstown 





343 





4 


5 


9 


Greenfield 





11 














Greenville 





16 


1 











Hancock 





31 














Hillsborough 





60 


1 


1 





1 


Hollis 





158 





2 


4 





Hudson 





330 


1 


1 


6 


4 


Litchfield 





123 








3 


1 


Lyndeborough 
Manchester Ward 1 






24 
293 











4 


2 
11 


Manchester Ward 2 


1 


231 


1 





2 


5 


Manchester Ward 3 


3 


123 


2 





3 


2 


Manchester Ward 4 





145 





1 


1 


6 


Manchester Ward 5 


2 


150 








2 


4 


Manchester Ward 6 


1 


258 





3 


2 


5 


Manchester Ward 7 


3 


182 





3 


1 


7 


Manchester Ward 8 





232 





1 


2 


10 


Manchester Ward 9 


1 


221 


1 


2 


3 


12 


Manchester Ward 10 





210 


1 


1 


1 


8 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


1 


126 


1 





6 


13 


Manchester Ward 12 


2 


147 


1 


2 


3 


9 


Mason 


1 


25 














Merrimack 


1 


445 








1 


4 


Milford 





174 


1 





4 


3 


Mont Vernon 





30 


1 





2 





Nashua Ward 1 


1 


210 








5 





Nashua Ward 2 





152 








6 


1 


Nashua Ward 3 





121 


2 


1 


1 


1 


Nashua Ward 4 





78 





2 


4 


2 


Nashua Ward 5 





179 





3 


1 


1 


Nashua Ward 6 





122 





1 


4 


4 


Nashua Ward 7 


1 


138 











4 


Nashua Ward 8 





172 








4 


4 


Nashua Ward 9 


1 


166 


1 





1 





New Boston 





111 











2 


New Ipswich 
Pelham 




1 


60 

175 




1 






1 

5 


1 
4 


Peterborough 
Sharon 


2 



91 

5 










2 







Temple 
Weare 






20 
107 










1 

1 


1 

1 


Wilton 


2 


69 











1 


Windsor 





2 














TOTALS 


25 


6,949 


17 


31 


101 


145 



Braun III: 1-Bedford; l-NashuaWd6; 1 -Weare. Glover: 1-Greenfield; 1-Hudson; 1 -Manchester Wd4; l-NashuaWd4; 
1-New Boston; 1 -Pelham. Killeen: 1-Bedford; 1 -Litchfield; 2-Manchester Wd6; 1 -Manchester Wd 10; 1-Manchester Wdl 1: 
1 -Manchester Wd 12; 1-Milford; 1 -Nashua Wd6. Lee: 1-Merrimack; 1 -Nashua Wd5. Penna: 1 -Hillsborough. Talbow: 
1-Manchester Wdl 0; 1 -Nashua Wd4; 1 -Nashua Wd9. Miscellaneous write-ins: 29 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



203 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 











/ 


cf 




Allenstown 


2 


116 


137 


104 





341 


Andover 





55 


180 


81 


1 


170 


Boscawen 





90 


194 


82 


1 


163 


Bow 


2 


173 


382 


234 


1 


606 


Bradford 





56 


124 


44 





106 


Canterbury 





68 


247 


63 


1 


214 


Chichester 





44 


128 


59 





192 


Concord Ward 1 





115 


221 


121 


1 


355 


Concord Ward 2 





84 


163 


105 





264 


Concord Ward 3 





71 


204 


77 





299 


Concord Ward 4 





117 


347 


116 


2 


359 


Concord Ward 5 


1 


136 


331 


149 


1 


443 


Concord Ward 6 





60 


206 


88 


3 


276 


Concord Ward 7 


2 


110 


310 


159 


1 


404 


Concord Ward 8 





88 


141 


87 





271 


Concord Ward 9 


I 


90 


157 


88 


1 


246 


Concord Ward 10 





134 


365 


152 


4 


522 


Danbury 


1 


19 


74 


16 





49 


Dunbarton 





67 


140 


63 


1 


148 


Epsom 





101 


135 


98 


2 


284 


Franklin Ward 1 





69 


92 


59 


1 


179 


Franklin Ward 2 





43 


89 


48 


1 


158 


Franklin Ward 3 





60 


99 


73 





190 


Henniker 


1 


189 


360 


114 





387 


Hill 





23 


41 


27 





76 


Hooksett 





224 


332 


222 


3 


685 


Hopkinton 





174 


484 


149 





569 


Loudon 





108 


159 


106 


4 


272 


Newbury 


1 


51 


138 


47 


2 


154 


New London 





112 


383 


107 


3 


310 


Northfield 





102 


154 


89 


1 


276 


Pembroke 





155 


264 


170 


1 


482 


Pittsfield 





58 


93 


68 


2 


208 


Salisbury 





31 


55 


41 


1 


110 


Sutton 





50 


154 


54 


1 


150 


Warner 





77 


268 


54 





230 


Webster 





46 


83 


56 





130 


Wilmot 





42 


136 


29 


1 


105 



TOTALS 



3,408 



7,570 



3,499 



41 



10,383 



204 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



■i? 



4 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



4 

5 

6 

17 

18 

17 

10 

6 

15 

5 

7 

21 

17 

12 

6 

10 

20 

2 

12 

7 

5 

4 

5 

35 



15 

26 

11 

5 

16 

7 

10 
2 

6 
12 
7 
12 



1 


/ 


/ 





71 





1 


23 








50 








158 


2 





21 





1 


44 


1 





31 


1 





75 


1 





49 


1 





47 





2 


61 


1 





78 


3 


1 


42 


2 





48 


2 





61 








43 





1 


100 








10 


2 





37 








75 


1 





45 








33 





1 


27 








69 


3 





10 








219 


3 





113 


2 


1 


66 


1 





34 








61 





1 


64 








90 


1 





54 


1 


2 


18 


1 


1 


45 








40 








44 


3 





23 


1 



<s 



f 







1 
1 





1 
1 



1 
1 



2 
2 



1 
1 








1 



1 
1 
1 










TOTALS 



395 



12 



2,179 



33 



16 



Bateman: 1-Allenstown; 1-Concord Wdl; 2-Concord Wd9; 1-Franklin Wd3. Braun III: 1 -Canterbury; 1-Franklin Wd2 
Carter: 2-Allenstown; 1 -Concord Wd4; 1-Concord Wd5: 1-Concord Wd9: 1-Henniker: 1-Hill; 1-Pembroke; 1-Pittsrield. 
Crow: 1-Andover; 1-Chichester; 1-Concord Wd4; 1-Hill; 1-Loudon; 1 -New London; 1-Pembroke; 1 -Sutton. Dokka: 
1-Allenstown; 1-Bow; 1-Concord Wd3; 1-Concord Wd8; 1-Concord Wd9. Hamm: 1-Andover; 1 -Chichester; 1-Concord 
Wd4; 1-Concord Wd9; 1-Franklin Wdl; 1 -Pittsfield. Killeen: 1-Concord Wd5: 2-Northfield. Linnell: 3-Allenstown; 
1-Concord Wd5; 1-Concord Wd8: 1-Concord Wdl 0; 1-Franklin Wd2; 2-Warner. O'Donnell: 1-Concord Wd2; 1-Concord 
Wd7; 2-Danbury; 1-Dunbarton; 1-Franklin Wdl; 1-Hooksett; 1 -Hopkinton. Penna: 1-Franklin Wdl. Talbow: 1-Concord 
Wd4. Miscellaneous write-ins: 2 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



205 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



/ 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



/ 



1 








1 











1 
1 

1 









1 







2 

1 



1 



1 


















1 


1 














1 








1 








2 











1 


2 








1 

















1 























2 








1 























1 














1 














2 





1 











1 


1 








1 








2 


2 

















1 


1 


1 






<? 



112 

126 

62 

103 

92 

63 

120 

442 

38 

198 

364 

54 

75 

150 

299 

38 

38 

91 

382 

37 

65 

14 

247 

82 

114 

102 

121 

106 

102 

188 

86 

148 

193 

206 

148 

435 

90 

98 

29 

135 

215 



J 



233 
159 
138 
169 

129 

94 
204 
757 

58 
217 
843 

95 
151 
287 
646 

96 
136 
156 
763 

77 
107 

55 
585 
113 
204 
197 
182 
248 
286 
511 
160 
256 
391 
270 
324 
798 
175 
184 

51 
301 
437 



/ 

125 
90 
66 
78 
68 
53 
66 

534 
31 

107 

322 
50 
84 

158 

397 
34 
48 
96 

402 
33 
38 
22 

297 
78 

127 
94 

105 

123 

103 

161 
65 

161 

160 

158 

143 

416 
87 

122 
20 

188 

174 






2 
1 

2 


2 

8 
1 


3 
3 

2 

14 

2 
2 
1 

2 
1 

2 
3 
1 
1 


4 
2 
1 
3 
2 
3 
1 
9 

11 
1 
7 

3 
3 



TOTALS 



11 



15 



14 



5,808 



11,243 



5,684 



103 



206 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerrield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 





/ 


/ 


/ 

.A 


V 


/ 

o 


/ 




573 


4 





153 








1 





303 


7 





122 








3 


3 


225 


8 


2 


62 














235 


4 





87 


1 





i 


1 


222 


5 


1 


69 














257 


6 





61 


1 





1 


1 


258 


17 





71 








1 


1 


1702 


29 


1 


413 





1 


8 





152 


3 





24 














336 


8 





81 


1 





2 





1153 


22 





210 








2 


7 


206 


3 





54 








1 





281 


7 





67 











1 


575 


6 





156 


1 


1 


7 





1554 


17 


1 


297 








6 





129 


5 





46 








1 





155 


8 





38 











1 


364 


10 





71 








2 


3 


1477 


20 





399 








6 





97 


1 





36 





1 








127 


3 





32 














47 


3 





11 


1 





2 





696 


43 





142 





1 


4 





306 


4 





61 








4 


1 


384 


9 





85 





1 


2 





219 


21 





60 











1 


281 


14 





58 


2 





3 





472 


5 





139 


1 


1 


1 





325 


22 





43 








4 





494 


39 





70 








5 


2 


254 


9 





46 








2 





516 


21 





90 








2 





418 


24 


2 


65 


2 





1 





473 


10 





127 








7 


1 


437 


17 


1 


89 








6 





2009 


14 


4 


498 





1 


3 


4 


284 


5 





85 








1 


1 


549 


7 


1 


68 





2 





1 


76 


6 





20 





1 








491 


19 





144 


1 





5 


3 


781 


5 





229 








6 






TOTALS 



19,893 



490 



13 



4,679 



11 



10 



100 



32 



Braun III: 2-Nottingham. Crow: 1-Greenland; 1-Hampton; 1-Kingston; 1-Plaistow; 1 -Portsmouth Wd 1 ; 1-Portsmouth 
Wd4; 1-Salem. Dokka: 1-Atkinson; 1-Danville; 1-Exeter; 1-Hampstead; 1-Hampton; 1-Newmarket; 1-Portsmouth Wd4; 
1 -Portsmouth Wd5. Glover: 1 -Fremont. Hamm: 1-East Kingston; 1 -Epping; 1-Greenland; 1-Hampton; 3-Salem. Killeen: 
1-Hampstead; 1 -Londonderry; 1 -North Hampton; 1-Plaistow; 1-Portsmouth Wd2; 3-Salem; 1 -Seabrook. Lee: 1-New Castle; 
1-Northwood; 1-Plaistow. Penna: 1-Derry; 2-Salem; 1-Seabrook. Talbow: 1-Kingston. Buchanan: 1-Seabrook. Rigazio: 
1 -Newington; 1-Portsmouth Wd5. Miscellaneous write-ins: 12 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



207 



PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
STRAFFORD COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 






C 



Barrington 
Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Farmington 
Lee 

Madbury 
Middleton 
Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester Ward 1 
Rochester Ward 2 
Rochester Ward 3 
Rochester Ward 4 
Rochester Ward 5 
Rochester Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Somersworth Ward 
Strafford 



208 

127 

112 

139 

122 

85 

105 

362 

135 

128 

74 

28 

63 

43 

100 

110 

87 

96 

106 

65 

53 

46 

44 

27 

46 

25 

103 






356 

254 

273 

221 

236 

195 

171 

837 

159 

318 

110 

37 

149 

98 

132 

126 

114 

126 

125 

111 

140 

99 

56 

75 

78 

51 

196 



/ 

174 

92 

116 

156 

116 

97 

102 

240 

107 

123 

53 

37 

102 

43 

142 

92 

90 

103 

100 

86 

76 

71 

52 

51 

63 

54 

103 



O 






£" 



■if" 



& 



2 
4 
1 
1 




1 
1 
1 

2 
1 
1 


2 

2 
1 
3 
1 


1 








A? 

500 
359 

380 
470 
444 
357 
383 
757 
288 
406 
145 
89 
202 
151 
288 
257 
295 
302 
306 
232 
200 
220 
175 
196 
240 
176 
275 



4? 



26 
29 

32 

14 

24 

11 

12 

99 

10 

31 

18 

3 

5 

2 

6 

3 

1 

9 
5 
6 
9 
7 
4 
5 
4 

9 






108 
48 
61 

110 
74 
51 
65 

134 
58 
59 
34 
17 
45 
39 
75 
71 
66 
64 
53 
70 
37 
29 
30 
35 
36 
22 
70 



/ 







1 

3 
1 

2 

1 

2 



1 



2 
1 
3 




1 




1 



3 
1 



1 




1 

3 
1 



1 
1 

3 



1 






1 



1 
1 



TOTALS 



2,639 



4.843 



2,641 



30 



8.093 



384 



1.561 



26 



19 



Bateman: 1-Barrington; l-DoverWd6; 1-Durham: 1-Farmington; 1-Lee: 1 -Rochester Wd5; 1 -Rollinsford: 1 -Somersworth 
Wd2; 1-Strafford. Moseley Braun: 1-Dover Wdl; 1 -Dover Wd3; 2-Durham; 1 -Milton; 1-New Durham; 1 -Rollinsford; 
1-Somersworth Wdl. Braun III: 1-Dover Wdl; 3-Somersworth Wd4. Carter: 2-Barrington; 1-Dover Wd2; 2-Dover Wd3: 
1-New Durham; 1 -Rochester Wd2; 1-Rochester Wd6. Crow: 1-Dover Wd3; 1-Durham; 1 -Rochester Wd5; 1-Somersworth 
Wdl;2-Strafford. Dokka: 1-Barrington; 1-Dover Wd2; 1-Dover Wd3. Glover: 1-Rochester Wd4. Hamm: 1-Dover Wd2; 
1-Dover Wd4; 1-Dover Wd6; 1-Durham; 1-Rochester Wd3;l -Rollinsford. Killeen: 1 -Strafford. LaRouche: 1-Dover Wd6: 
1-Rochester Wdl: 1-Rochester Wd3; 1-Rochester Wd5; 1-Somersworth Wd5. Lee: 1-Durham; 1-Rochester Wd3. Linnell: 
1-Farmington; 1-Rochester Wd5; 1 -Strafford. O'Donnell: 1-Barrington: 1-Dover Wd2; 1-Rochester Wd3; 1-Somersworth 
Wdl: 1-Somersworth Wd4. Talbow: 1-Rochester Wdl: 1-Rochester Wd6. Ashby: 2-Rochester Wd3. Rigazio: 1-Rochester 
Wd5: 1-Rochester Wd6. Miscellaneous write-ins: 17 



208 



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PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SULLIVAN COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 







b 
<f 


/ 




b 


/ 




/ 

•4? 




Acworth 


14 


97 


26 


1 


48 


19 





12 





Charlestown 


58 


334 


97 


3 


307 


5 





37 





Claremont Ward 1 


43 


251 


98 


1 


202 


8 





27 





Claremont Ward 2 


73 


276 


120 





311 


6 


14 


29 


1 


Claremont Ward 3 


45 


213 


78 


1 


300 


5 





39 


7 


Cornish 


30 


195 


38 





112 


13 





9 





Croydon 


10 


48 


8 





36 














Goshen 


12 


41 


14 


2 


37 


4 











Grantham 


68 


266 


72 





213 


3 





46 





Langdon 


8 


53 


18 





40 


2 





7 





Lempster 


19 


63 


16 





34 


4 





5 





Newport 


100 


293 


115 





288 


9 


1 


44 


1 


Plainfield 


37 


365 


63 





148 


14 





31 


1 


Springfield 


21 


96 


20 


1 


64 


3 





12 





Sunapee 


51 


265 


71 


1 


206 


8 





43 


1 


Unity 


23 


89 


28 





67 


15 





9 


1 


Washington 


20 


65 


26 





47 


4 





16 





TOTALS 


632 


3,010 


908 


10 


2,460 


122 


15 


366 


12 



Bateman: 1-Claremont Wd3. Moseley Braun: 1-Claremont Wdl; 1-Plainfield 1-Sunapee. Braun III: 1-Lempster. Crow: 
1-Langdon; 1 -Sunapee. Dokka: 1-Claremont Wd2; 1-Lempster. Hamm: 1-Claremont Wdl; 2-Claremont Wd3; 2-Newport: 
1 -Plainfield. Killeen: 2-Grantham. Lee: 1 -Acworth: 6-Croydon. Linnell: 1-Claremont Wd2. O'Donnell: 2-Claremont 
Wdl; Penna: 1-Goshen. Sharpton: 2-Claremont Wd3; 1-Cornish: 1-Plainfield: 2-Sunapee; 1-Unity. Miscellaneous write-ins: 2 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



209 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SUMMARY BY COUNTIES/REPUBLICAN 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 



A" 



355 
192 
259 
190 
401 

1603 
785 

1199 
389 
198 



/ 

334 
226 
351 
216 
403 

1609 
719 

1262 
401 
238 



* 


* 

Sr 


* 

d 
/ 


3 


678 


34 


1 


557 


22 


3 


576 


23 





258 


24 


12 


725 


37 





3237 


80 





1636 


47 





2413 


102 


3 


704 


48 





351 


10 



* 

£5 



& 



$ 





3 
5 


6 
5 
5 
1 




TOTALS 



5,571 



5,759 



22 



11.135 



427 



25 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 



* C 



* 


* 


* 


* 

/ 


* 


1 


p 










cf 


22 


32 


24 


27 


5 


23 


28 


26 


21 


8 


7 


13 


24 


58 


34 


19 


33 


17 


10 


17 


11 


5 


9 


13 


24 


44 


41 


19 


13 





54 


168 


86 


92 


89 


107 


32 


92 


64 


66 


42 


54 


65 


118 


63 


87 


63 


109 


21 


51 


25 


26 


11 


35 


17 


24 


20 


3 


10 


19 



TOTALS 



297 



630 



389 



352 



282 



390 



*write-ins. Miscellaneous write-ins: 1,475 



210 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
BELKNAP COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





£ 




* 


* 


* 

4 


* 

/ 


* 




4 


Alton 


25 


32 


72 


5 


2 


4 


1 


2 


1 


Barnstead 


24 


25 


37 


4 


2 


1 








1 


Belmont 


53 


31 


60 


4 


4 


3 


2 


5 


2 


Center Harbor 


8 


3 


29 

















1 


Gilford 


43 


34 


95 


4 


3 


4 


5 


3 


6 


Gilmanton 


29 


28 


36 


4 


3 


1 


1 


2 


1 


Laconia Ward 1 


7 


15 


47 


5 

















Laconia Ward 2 


12 


16 


29 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 





Laconia Ward 3 


11 


15 


31 


1 


3 








2 


2 


Laconia Ward 4 


15 


24 


28 





1 








3 





Laconia Ward 5 


10 


8 


15 





1 





1 


1 


1 


Laconia Ward 6 


18 


12 


31 


1 


1 


6 


3 





2 


Meredith 


34 


30 


77 


3 





7 


4 


6 


3 


New Hampton 


20 


16 


23 


1 





1 


2 





1 


Sanbornton 


18 


20 


39 


1 





1 


3 


1 


2 


Tilton 


28 


25 


29 





1 


3 


1 


1 





TOTALS 


355 


334 


678 


34 


22 


32 


24 


27 


23 



♦write-ins: Bush*: 1-Alton; 1-Barnstead; 1-Laconia Wd3. McCain*: 2-Alton; 1-Gilmanton; 1-Laconia Wd2; 1-New 
Hampton; Miscellaneous write-ins: 70 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



211 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CARROLL COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 









* 

c- 


* 


* 


* 

/ 


* 


4 


Albany 
Bartlett 


3 
16 


3 
19 


6 




1 




1 


1 
2 




1 






Brookfield 


4 


2 


17 














1 


Chatham 


1 


3 


4 











1 





Conway 
Eaton 


31 



35 

1 


69 

5 


10 

1 


5 



6 



5 



4 



Effingham 


6 


4 


10 








2 








Freedom 


5 


7 


24 





2 


2 


2 





Hale's Location 








1 

















Hart's Location 


2 


1 


1 

















Jackson 


1 


7 


15 


1 


2 








1 


Madison 


21 


8 


21 


1 














Moultonborough 


33 


35 


101 


4 





4 


3 


1 


Ossipee 
Sandwich 


19 

7 


21 
8 




27 


1 

2 


12 

1 


1 
1 


7 





2 


Tamworth 


14 


12 


13 





2 


2 








Tuftonboro 


10 


5 


33 








1 





1 


Wakefield 


19 


26 


58 





1 


2 





1 


Wolfeboro 





29 


152 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


TOTALS 


192 


226 


557 


22 


28 


26 


21 


13 



*write-ins: Bush*: 1-Eaton. Hillary Clinton*: 1-Albany: 1 -Conway; 1 -Wakefield. Lieberman*: 1-Conway; 2-Freedom: 
1 -Jackson; 4-Ossipee. McCain*: 1 -Conway; 2-Freedom; 1 -Madison; 2-Tamworth; 1 -Wakefield. Miscellaneous write-ins: 88 



2 1 2 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



J" 




* 
/ 


* 


* 


17 


13 


17 





1 


9 


18 





1 











36 





1 


4 


5 











5 


3 


5 


1 





5 


1 


7 








20 


15 


14 


1 


1 


31 


39 


70 


1 


2 


10 


14 


17 


1 





20 


12 


32 


1 


2 


11 


24 


44 








12 


39 


32 


3 


5 


17 


24 


43 


3 





7 


5 


20 


2 





2 


3 


6 











6 


9 








3 


5 











15 


23 


48 


2 


3 





1 


4 








5 


5 


20 


1 





3 


6 


6 





1 


1 


3 


5 





1 


36 


37 


48 


2 


4 








12 


1 





6 


19 


37 


2 


1 


7 


9 


18 








13 


22 


26 


1 


2 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 

TOTALS 259 351 576 23 24 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



213 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 



* 


* 








1 


2 


1 


3 








1 











1 


3 


2 


1 


2 


2 


9 





5 


4 


7 


2 


2 


2 


1 














1 


1 





6 


1 


1 





1 














3 


7 


4 


4 





5 


1 





3 


1 


2 



* 






*V 



1 








1 




3 


1 
1 


3 
1 




1 

3 


1 

3 



* 








2 


9 
1 


3 
1 
1 

1 


1 

2 



2 
4 

3 
1 
2 








9 









1 

3 









1 

2 




1 

5 

1 
1 




TOTALS 



58 



34 



19 



33 



17 



*write-ins: Bush*: 2-Jaffrey; 1-Keene Wdl. Hillary Clinton*: 1 -Harrisville; 1-Keene Wd4; 1-Keene Wd5; 1-Swanzey: 
1 -Westmoreland. Miscellaneous write-ins: 56 



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VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
COOS COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





J 


Atk. & Gilm. Acad. Gt 





Bean's Grant 





Bean's Purchase 





Berlin Ward 1 


12 


Berlin Ward 2 


12 


Berlin Ward 3 


13 


Berlin Ward 4 


7 


Cambridge 





Carroll 


2 


Chandler's Purchase 





Clarksville 


1 


Colebrook 


16 


Columbia 


9 


Crawford's Purchase 





Cutt's Grant 





Dalton 


6 


Dix's Grant 





Dixville 





Dummer 


7 


Errol 


3 


Erving's Location 





Gorham 


13 


Green's Grant 





Hadley's Purchase 





Jefferson 


6 


Kilkenny 





Lancaster 


26 


Low & Burbank's Gt. 





Martin's Location 





Milan 


14 


Millsfield 





Northumberland 


13 


Odell 





Pinkham's Grant 





Pittsburg 


8 


Randolph 


3 


Sargent's Purchase 





Second College Gt. 





Shelburne 


3 


Stark 


4 


Stewartstown 


1 


Stratford 


1 


Success 





Thompson & Mes's Pur 





Wentworth's Loc. 





Whitefield 


10 


TOTALS 


190 



4*" 






















12 


3 


9 


10 


25 


23 


5 


6 








2 


13 








6 


6 


13 


24 


1 


8 














5 


6 











5 


3 


2 


4 


2 








28 


22 














8 


16 








25 


42 














13 


6 








14 


8 














4 


7 


8 


8 














1 


4 


4 


6 


11 


14 


3 


5 




















12 


12 



216 



258 



6 



o 




1 

2 
5 





6 




1 







1 






1 






1 








3 


1 





2 

24 



4 



§ 



4? 










1 
1 

2 






1 










3 




5 









1 




1 
1 








1 

17 







1 



1 











1 




1 



3 


















1 






3 

11 



4 









1 
1 






3 

1 






1 
1 





1 





2 





1 















1 

13 



♦write-ins: Dean*: 3-Berlin Wdl; 4-Berlin Wd3; 1-Colebrook; 1-Dalton: 1-Lancaster. Lieberman*: 1-Colebrook; 
1-Jefferson; 3-Lancaster. McCain*: 2-Berlin Wdl; 2-Berlin Wd3; 1-Carroll; 1-Dalton; 1-Lancaster; 1-Randolph; 
1 -Stratford. Miscellaneous write-ins: 39 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



215 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
GRAFTON COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





f 


-> 

• 


* 


* 


* 


* 
<f 


Alexandria 




















Ashland 


12 


11 





30 


1 


1 


Bath 


6 


4 





6 


4 





Benton 


4 


5 





4 








Bethlehem 


7 


12 





14 








Bridgewater 
Bristol 


9 

25 


9 
19 






9 
41 






1 
1 


Campton 
Canaan 


14 
23 


20 

20 


10 



30 

17 


1 








Dorchester 


1 


1 





5 








Easton 





1 





6 








Ellsworth 











1 








Enfield 


26 


16 





42 





2 


Franconia 


3 


4 





20 





2 


Grafton 


7 


14 














Groton 


3 


8 





4 








Hanover 


17 


11 





60 








Haverhill 


35 


26 





58 


5 


5 


Hebron 


6 


7 





1 


1 





Holderness 


10 


10 





34 


3 





Landaff 


2 


2 





3 





1 


Lebanon Ward 1 


15 


6 





1 


1 


1 


Lebanon Ward 2 


11 


14 





30 


1 


1 


Lebanon Ward 3 


17 


13 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Lincoln 


5 


12 





18 








Lisbon 


11 


20 





17 


1 


1 


Littleton 


45 


51 





90 


7 


1 


Livermore 




















Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 




8 
15 




3 

10 







7 

13 

9 


1 
1 






1 


Orange 





1 





3 








Orford 


2 


8 





27 








Piermont 


7 


4 





8 


2 


1 


Plymouth 
Rumney 
Sugar Hill 
Thornton 


15 

10 

2 

9 


20 
3 
3 
8 


1 






54 

26 

9 




2 


1 
2 


2 





Warren 


2 


6 





19 


1 





Waterville Valley 
Wentworth 


2 
7 


1 
8 






4 



1 



2 



Woodstock 


8 


12 




4 








TOTALS 


401 


403 


12 


725 


37 


24 



216 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
GRAFTON COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





* 




$ 








* 




1 

4 


Alexandria 














Ashland 


2 


1 


1 





BathO 








1 




Benton 














Bethlehem 














Bridgewater 


2 


2 








Bristol 


2 


2 








Campton 


2 


2 


1 





Canaan 





1 








Dorchester 








1 





Easton 














Ellsworth 














Enfield 


2 


2 








Franconia 








1 





Grafton 














Groton 














Hanover 


3 











Haverhill 


5 


3 


6 


2 


Hebron 








1 





Holderness 


4 


1 


1 





Landaff 














Lebanon Ward 1 


1 











Lebanon Ward 2 


2 











Lebanon Ward 3 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Lincoln 














Lisbon 





1 








Littleton 


2 


4 


3 


1 


Livermore 














Lyman 


1 











Lyme 








1 


1 


Monroe 


1 


3 








Orange 


1 











Orford 














Piermont 


2 


3 





1 


Plymouth 


4 


4 


2 


3 


Rumney 


1 








1 


Sugar Hill 


1 


1 





1 


Thornton 


1 


6 








Warren 


2 


4 








Waterville Valley 














Wentworth 


1 








1 


Woodstock 


1 












* 



TOTALS 44 

*write-ins: Miscellaneous write-ins: 112 



41 



13 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



217 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





i 


•** 

4 


* 


* 

s 


* 

<3 


Amherst 


50 


41 


141 


6 


6 


Antrim 


23 


24 











Bedford 


105 


103 


266 


5 


1 


Bennington 


7 


9 


8 








Brookline 


24 


25 


49 


2 





Deering 


5 


10 


20 





1 


Francestown 


7 


7 


26 








Goffstown 


90 


100 


214 





3 


Greenfield 


13 


7 








1 


Greenville 








12 


2 


1 


Hancock 


8 


5 


41 


1 





Hillsborough 


36 


37 


70 


5 


4 


Hollis 


32 


36 


84 








Hudson 


84 


93 


131 


5 


4 


Litchfield 


35 


30 


90 


1 


I 


Lyndeborough 


7 


10 


27 


2 





Manchester Ward 1 


32 


44 


134 


3 


2 


Manchester Ward 2 


41 


38 


93 


4 


1 


Manchester Ward 3 


21 


14 


41 


2 


1 


Manchester Ward 4 


28 


40 


51 


1 


1 


Manchester Ward 5 


38 


30 


32 








Manchester Ward 6 


41 


37 


92 


2 


2 


Manchester Ward 7 


30 


33 


75 


2 


2 


Manchester Ward 8 


47 


53 


102 


3 


2 


Manchester Ward 9 


55 


42 


72 


1 





Manchester Ward 10 


47 


53 


82 


3 


1 


Manchester Ward 11 


44 


39 


71 


1 


1 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


32 


34 


91 


1 


4 


Mason 


7 


7 


12 


1 





Merrimack 


111 


110 


245 


8 


5 


Milford 


76 


81 


121 


6 


1 


Mont Vernon 


17 


9 


37 





1 


Nashua Ward 1 


34 


35 











Nashua Ward 2 


30 


26 


61 


1 


2 


Nashua Ward 3 








48 


3 


1 


Nashua Ward 4 


13 


19 


26 





1 


Nashua Ward 5 


35 


26 


57 








Nashua Ward 6 


30 


27 


42 


1 





Nashua Ward 7 


30 


28 


48 





1 


Nashua Ward 8 


22 


22 


39 








Nashua Ward 9 


37 


26 


54 








New Boston 


32 


27 











New Ipswich 


16 


41 


99 








Pelham 


62 


50 


77 


1 





Peterborough 


21 


29 


77 


1 


1 


Sharon 





1 


2 


1 





Temple 


8 


4 


19 


3 





Weare 


38 


45 


57 


1 


1 


Wilton 











1 


1 


Windsor 


2 


2 


1 









TOTALS 



1.603 



.609 



3,237 



80 



54 



218 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 





* 


* 


/ 


* 


4 


Amherst 


9 


1 


4 


7 





Antrim 











5 





Bedford 


8 


5 


5 


3 


15 


Bennington 
Brookline 




1 






1 



2 

1 


1 
3 


Deering 
Francestown 




1 






1 



1 







Goffstown 


10 


5 


5 


8 


5 


Greenfield 





2 











Greenville 

















Hancock 


1 


1 





2 





Hillsborough 
Hollis 


4 



6 



4 







4 



Hudson 


13 


9 


10 


7 


10 


Litchfield 





2 


2 





7 


Lyndeborough 
Manchester Ward 1 


1 
9 


1 
4 




4 




2 


3 
8 


Manchester Ward 2 


3 


1 


2 


1 


2 


Manchester Ward 3 


5 


1 





1 


1 


Manchester Ward 4 


4 


3 


2 





3 


Manchester Ward 5 


2 


3 


2 








Manchester Ward 6 


6 


3 


4 


1 


4 


Manchester Ward 7 


8 


5 


2 


2 





Manchester Ward 8 


5 


4 


1 


1 


3 


Manchester Ward 9 


3 


2 


5 


2 





Manchester Ward 10 


4 


1 


2 


2 


3 


Manchester Ward 1 1 








1 


2 


1 


Manchester Ward 12 


6 


1 


3 


1 


1 


Mason 





1 


1 


1 


1 


Merrimack 


20 


5 


6 


8 


12 


Milford 


9 


1 


4 


6 


4 


Mont Vernon 


3 





1 


2 





Nashua Ward 1 

















Nashua Ward 2 


4 


5 


1 








Nashua Ward 3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


5 


Nashua Ward 4 


3 


2 


1 


1 


2 


Nashua Ward 5 


7 














Nashua Ward 6 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Nashua Ward 7 


1 


4 


3 





2 


Nashua Ward 8 


5 














Nashua Ward 9 








4 


6 





New Boston 

















New Ipswich 





3 





2 


2 


Pelham 


2 


1 


2 


1 


2 


Peterborough 


2 





2 


5 


1 


Sharon 

















Temple 

We are 




3 


1 
1 


1 
1 



3 




1 


Wilton 


1 





3 


1 





Windsor 


1 















TOTALS 

*write-ins: Hillary Clinton*: 

write-ins: 384 



168 86 92 89 107 

-Bedford; 1 -Hillsborough; 1 -Manchester Wd9; 2-Merrimack; 1-Weare. Miscellaneous 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



219 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 1 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 







* 


* 


* 


24 


19 


43 








15 


12 


51 








18 


12 


34 








46 


33 


130 


4 


8 


18 


14 








2 


13 


6 


22 


1 





22 


11 


40 


1 





23 


23 


56 


1 


1 


17 


15 


29 








15 


10 


49 


1 





19 


12 


23 








22 


15 


53 


4 


2 


16 


21 


22 


3 


1 


27 


19 


44 


3 


3 


22 


20 











27 


24 


30 








24 


28 


77 


6 


3 


9 


14 


22 





1 


11 


16 


32 


1 


3 


29 


26 


78 








15 


15 


32 








12 


11 


25 


2 





19 


17 


31 


1 





27 


37 


48 








3 


7 





1 


1 


61 


60 


152 


5 


4 


33 


31 


92 








28 


26 


58 


5 


1 


20 


13 


26 


2 





20 


26 


108 























43 


40 


83 


1 





30 


27 


39 


2 


1 


5 


7 


10 








12 


14 


30 


3 


1 


23 


20 


45 








13 


7 


9 








4 


11 


13 









TOTALS 



785 



719 



1.636 



47 



32 



220 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfteld 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



* 


* 


/ 

V 


* 


4 








1 






































12 


5 


4 


2 


3 





2 





2 


1 


3 


1 





1 





1 


1 





2 





4 


4 


6 


1 


3 


1 





2 


3 


1 


3 











3 


5 


3 


2 








3 


4 





2 


4 


2 


1 


6 


4 





5 


4 


4 























2 


1 


1 


1 


4 


7 


3 


3 


2 


5 








2 








1 


4 


2 


1 


1 





1 


2 


1 





3 


2 


1 





1 





2 





2 


2 


2 











2 














5 


1 








1 





8 


3 


2 


5 


4 


8 





3 





6 


9 


14 


20 


2 

















4 


2 








4 


4 

















2 


2 





3 





3 


2 


1 





1 











1 





2 


2 


1 


1 



































3 


3 


3 


1 






TOTALS 



92 



64 



66 



42 



54 



♦write-ins: Hillary Clinton*: 1-Bow; 1 -Chichester; 1 -Concord Wd2; 1-New London; 1 -Pembroke. Miscellaneous 
write-ins: 216 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



221 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 






33 

34 

20 

35 

26 

23 

24 

116 

12 

20 

67 

20 

20 

39 

57 

10 

11 

33 

90 

4 

11 

5 



23 



17 

22 

29 

8 

9 

9 

20 

9 

46 

26 

139 

23 

36 

3 

24 

46 



1** 


* 


35 


48 


35 


69 


20 


15 


42 


52 


28 


74 


37 


29 


28 


66 


107 


227 


19 


30 


24 


37 


78 


102 


28 


43 


22 


33 


33 


76 


52 


187 


16 


35 


11 


16 


47 


47 


68 


203 


3 


31 


7 


16 


5 


15 





42 


25 


26 





48 


26 


38 


24 


36 


25 


42 


10 


26 


12 


22 


11 


14 


13 


36 


13 


34 


47 


103 


33 


60 


131 


163 


24 


32 


46 





4 


7 


29 


98 


44 


135 



* 



c 



2 
2 
1 
I 
1 
1 


6 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 


3 

2 
1 

8 

1 




1 

2 


2 
1 





1 



1 

2 

2 
50 

2 
3 



* 




1 


2 




1 



4 
1 




1 
1 



3 


1 
5 

2 
1 
1 
1 


1 


2 

2 
1 

6 

22 

1 
5 



TOTALS 



1.199 



1,262 



2,413 



102 



65 



222 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



* 


* 
if 




* 


4 
J 5 


1 











2 


4 


1 


2 


3 


5 


1 











1 


4 


1 


4 


3 





1 





1 


1 

















1 


1 


2 


2 


1 


3 


9 


3 


2 


3 


8 


1 





1 





1 


1 





1 


2 





10 


11 


4 


5 


10 


1 


1 





1 


1 


2 





1 





11 


7 


1 








1 


6 


5 


3 


10 


4 


1 





3 


2 

















1 


5 


1 


5 


2 


3 


6 


8 


4 


4 


10 


1 





1 


4 


1 











1 


5 





1 





1 





9 


2 


2 


2 


3 


1 


1 





2 














2 


3 


1 





1 








5 


1 





3 


1 


2 


2 


1 





4 

















4 


2 








2 














1 


2 








3 


1 


1 





1 


1 


2 


1 


11 


1 





1 


9 





2 


1 





5 


3 


1 


3 


8 


5 


1 


1 


1 











35 





2 








1 








3 


1 


1 


1 


5 


8 


4 


6 


1 


8 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerrield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



TOTALS 118 63 87 63 109 

♦write-ins: Hillary Clinton*: 2-Derry; 1 -Exeter; 1-Newmarket; 1-Rye. Miscellaneous write-ins: 366 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



223 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
STRAFFORD COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 









* 


* 


* 


Barrington 


30 


39 


52 


7 


3 


Dover Ward 1 


8 


12 


25 


1 





Dover Ward 2 


11 


11 


18 


1 





Dover Ward 3 


22 


36 


35 








Dover Ward 4 


12 


17 


29 


2 


6 


Dover Ward 5 


18 


13 


23 


1 





Dover Ward 6 


15 


25 


19 


1 


1 


Durham 


30 


14 


31 


2 


2 


Farmington 


22 


28 


52 


2 


1 


Lee 


15 


16 


26 


3 


1 


Madbury 


10 


5 


17 








Middleton 


11 


11 


20 


2 





Milton 


17 


25 


20 


2 


1 


New Durham 


13 


15 


27 


3 


1 


Rochester Ward 1 








41 


7 





Rochester Ward 2 


23 


23 


33 


2 


1 


Rochester Ward 3 


19 


10 


45 





1 


Rochester Ward 4 


14 


18 





3 





Rochester Ward 5 


18 


17 


31 


4 





Rochester Ward 6 


20 


17 


23 


1 





Rollinsford 


10 


14 


26 





1 


Somersworth Ward 1 








12 








Somersworth Ward 2 


6 


4 


18 


1 





Somersworth Ward 3 


14 


7 


11 








Somersworth Ward 4 


9 


7 


15 








Somersw orth Ward 5 








6 








Strafford 


22 


17 


49 


3 


2 



TOTALS 



389 



401 



704 



48 



21 



224 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
STRAFFORD COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 



Barrington 
Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Farmington 
Lee 

Madbury 
Middleton 
Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester Ward 1 
Rochester Ward 2 
Rochester Ward 3 
Rochester Ward 4 
Rochester Ward 5 
Rochester Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Somersworth Ward 1 
Somersworth Ward 2 
Somersworth Ward 3 
Somersworth Ward 4 
Somersworth Ward 5 
Strafford 



* 

8 

1 

2 
1 

3 

1 

5 
1 
1 

2 
3 
3 
4 
2 
3 
1 

4 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
1 



* 

7 
1 



2 

1 
1 


1 






3 
1 
1 




1 

3 





3 



V 



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f 


* 


1 


1 











1 


2 


1 


5 





1 


1 


1 





1 














1 




















1 





1 


2 


6 





1 


1 


2 





1 





2 




















2 











1 








1 









6 

2 
5 
1 
1 
1 
4 
3 
3 




1 
1 

1 





1 
1 
1 




1 



2 



TOTALS 51 25 26 11 35 

*write-ins: Bush*: 2-Dover Wd4; 1-New Durham. Hillary Clinton*: 1 -Rochester Wd4. Miscellaneous write-ins: 128 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



225 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SULLIVAN COUNTY/REPUBLICAN 









* 
/ 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 

<? 


* 


Acworth 


4 


5 


8 

















1 


Charlestown 


19 


24 


31 


2 


2 


4 


3 


1 





Claremont Ward 1 


21 


22 


38 


2 


1 


2 


1 





4 


Claremont Ward 2 


22 


27 


51 





1 





2 





3 


Claremont Ward 3 


17 


10 


35 








3 


3 








Cornish 


7 


9 


14 


2 


11 


3 


1 








Croydon 





1 


9 


1 

















Goshen 


5 


7 


6 


1 





2 


8 








Grantham 


18 


18 


43 








1 





1 


3 


Langdon 





2 


5 








1 





1 


1 


Lempster 


6 


9 


8 








1 











Newport 


21 


32 























Plainfield 


7 


9 


35 





1 


1 


1 





2 


Springfield 


9 


10 


13 














2 


1 


Sunapee 


28 


33 


45 


1 


1 


3 


1 


2 


4 


Unity 


6 


10 











3 











Washington 


8 


10 


10 


1 











3 






TOTALS 



198 



238 



351 



10 



17 



24 



20 



10 



19 



*write-ins: Lieberman*: 1-Claremont Wd2; 2-Grantham. Miscellaneous write-ins: 16 



226 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SUMMARY BY COUNTIES/DEMOCRATIC 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

TOTALS 





4. 


* 


* 

f 


* 







2 


321 


152 


699 


147 





1 


282 


118 


610 


130 





6 


559 


196 


1.155 


243 








245 


88 


358 


116 





2 


531 


211 


1,135 


267 








2.050 


840 


4.857 


950 


4 


5 


950 


415 


2,115 


435 





20 


1.702 


618 


3.632 


636 








719 


267 


1.419 


293 








277 


117 


661 


185 



36 



7,636 



3,022 



16.641 



3.402 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

TOTALS 



* 


■T- 


* 

/ 


* 


* 

/ 


a 4 


196 


44 


51 


39 


6 


47 


157 


48 





34 


5 


49 


246 


99 


51 


69 


7 


115 


115 


15 


54 








23 


214 





51 


49 








1,466 


205 


365 


218 


24 


237 


561 


108 





85 


25 


176 


992 


169 


267 








191 


384 


76 


117 


85 


35 


103 


129 


46 


31 


27 


5 


50 



4.460 



810 



987 



606 



107 



991 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 



TOTALS 39 200 

**write-in votes. Miscellaneous write-ins: 3,495 



* 

J* 


* 


* 


* 


* 

/ 




4 


10 


8 


9 


15 


3 








3 


2 





1 


7 


21 


3 


4 


27 


4 





15 


4 





7 








23 








27 





20 


81 


41 


27 


84 


8 








30 








6 








17 


34 


61 


7 





39 


6 


4 


32 


8 


8 


11 


8 


7 


9 


6 



120 



87 



262 



43 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



227 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
BELKNAP COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbomton 
Tilton 



15 
18 
21 
11 
46 
20 
16 
15 
14 
16 
19 
25 
26 
15 
26 
18 



<? 

-P 



11 

13 

11 

3 

23 

7 

6 

7 

7 



6 

7 

15 

9 

13 

14 



40 
53 
55 
20 
102 
34 
39 
35 
34 
40 
30 
36 
70 
28 
48 
35 



V° 



£ 



7 

15 

16 

1 

17 

7 

9 

9 

9 

5 

6 

5 

14 

7 

9 

11 



/ 

4 


* 

/ 


13 





17 


2 


11 





1 


3 


23 


7 


10 


2 


15 





10 


7 


11 





15 





11 





16 


3 


13 


5 


7 


2 


14 


7 


9 


6 



TOTALS 



321 



152 



699 



147 



196 



44 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbomton 
Tilton 



* 

t 


* 


* 
4 


* 


* 

/ 


1 


4 


2 





1 


4 


2 


4 


1 


1 


6 


5 


1 


1 








1 


2 


1 


2 


7 


7 


4 


1 


2 


5 


2 


2 


1 


1 


4 


3 














3 


2 





1 


2 





3 


1 





2 





1 


1 





2 


2 














2 


2 








3 





4 





5 


1 


2 


6 








3 


5 


10 





2 


11 


1 


4 


3 






TOTALS 



51 



39 



47 



10 



15 



*write-ins: Jahnke: 2-Gilmanton. Shaheen*: 1-Belmont; 2-Gilford: 1-Laconia Wd2; 1-New Hampton;. 1-Sanbornton. 
Nader*: 1-Center Harbor; 1-Laconia Wd2; 1-Laconia Wd5; 1-New Hampton. Cheney*: 1-Belmont; 1-Gilford; 
1 -Gilmanton; 1-Laconia Wd4; 1-Laconia Wd6; 3-New Hampton. McCain*: 1 -Barnstead; 1 -Center Harbor; 4-Gilford: 
1-Laconia Wd3; 1-Laconia Wd4;l -Sanbomton. Powell*: 1-Gilford; 1-Laconia Wd5; 1 -Tilton. Miscellaneous write-ins: 69 



228 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CARROLL COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Brookrield 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hale's Location 

Hart's Location 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tamworth 

Tuftonboro 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 



* 

1 


* 
4 


* 
t 


* 


* 


* 

/ 






4 


3 


4 


2 


2 











17 


6 


49 


12 


18 


3 


7 


3 


3 


1 


3 


1 





2 








1 


1 


2 





1 











82 


33 


140 


33 


40 


10 


10 


15 


3 


2 . 


7 


1 





1 








14 


7 


19 


6 


6 


3 








14 


5 


25 


5 


4 





1 





2 















































14 


18 


25 


5 


4 


1 


2 


2 


12 


15 


32 


4 


9 


3 


1 


4 


26 


1 


62 


10 


18 


3 


3 


7 


14 


5 


35 


14 


10 


3 


3 


3 


13 


6 


43 


7 


7 


3 





2 


16 


9 


26 


10 


4 


5 


2 


4 


14 





30 


4 


8 


4 


2 


3 


19 





57 


11 


22 


6 


3 


3 


14 


6 


51 


5 


4 


1 





3 



TOTALS 



282 



118 



610 



130 



157 



48 



34 



49 



*write-ins: Jahnke: 1 -Albany. Shaheen*: 1 -Bartlett; 1 -Effingham; 1 -Madison; 2-Ossipee. Cheney*: 1 -Freedom; 
1-Wakefield; 1 -Wolfeboro. McCain*: 1-Bartlett; 1 -Wolfeboro. Powell*: 1 -Moultonborough. Miscellaneous write-ins: 118 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



229 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



a 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 



* 


* 
<f 


* 

/ 


* 


/ 

•■§■ 


15 


8 


36 


6 


7 


31 


12 


62 


22 


13 


29 


6 


54 


11 


7 

















3 


2 


6 


1 


3 


25 


8 


18 


6 


6 


15 


1 


53 


18 


15 


43 


10 


104 


27 


34 


39 


19 


54 


12 


20 

















47 


11 


101 


15 


13 


50 


22 


89 


22 


16 


63 


17 


104 


22 


13 

















5 


2 


7 





3 


15 


1 


16 


7 





9 


1 


33 


4 


4 


25 


6 


68 


13 


19 


2 


1 


9 





3 


6 


1 


11 





2 


4 


1 


16 


3 


4 


3 


2 


13 


1 


2 


36 


24 


102 


14 


16 


8 


3 


34 


5 


6 


42 


16 


63 


15 


16 


15 


7 


53 


7 


5 


29 


15 


49 


12 


19 



TOTALS 



559 



196 



155 



243 



246 



230 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
CHESHIRE COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





* 

/ 


* 


* 


* 


* 


i 




^ 


cf 


£ 


4p 


* 


^ 


Alstead 


7 








5 





3 


Chesterfield 


8 





5 


13 


2 


1 


Dublin 





3 





2 








Fitzwilliam 




















Gilsum 


1 








1 





2 


Harrisville 


4 


1 


2 


7 


2 


1 


Hinsdale 


4 


1 


7 


1 


1 





Jaffrey 


7 


2 


10 


6 





5 


Keene Ward 1 


11 


6 


5 


9 


2 


4 


Keene Ward 2 




















Keene Ward 3 


9 


3 


6 


9 


2 


4 


Keene Ward 4 


6 


7 


4 


8 








Keene Ward 5 


5 


9 


4 


9 








Marlborough 




















Marlow 





1 





1 








Nelson 


3 





1 











Richmond 


2 








2 








Rindge 


11 


2 


6 


5 


4 





Roxbury 


2 











1 





Stoddard 








1 


1 








Sullivan 











3 





3 


Surry 


1 





1 


1 








Swanzey 


6 


5 





7 


2 


1 


Troy 


5 


2 


3 


2 





1 


Walpole 


5 


3 


8 


9 








Westmoreland 


2 


3 


3 


2 





1 


Winchester 





3 


3 


12 


5 


1 


TOTALS 


99 


51 


69 


115 


21 


27 



*write-ins: Jahncke: 2-Harrisville; 1-Keene Wd2; 2-Nelson; 1-Walpole. Shaheen*: 1 -Chesterfield; 1-Keene Wd4; 
1-Keene Wd5; 1-Stoddard; 1-Troy; 2-Walpole. Nader*: 2-Gilsum; 1-Jaffrey; 1-Keene Wdl; 1-Keene Wd4; 1-Rindge; 
1-Winchester. Cheney*: 1-Keene Wd5; 1-Roxbury: 1-Troy. McCain*: 1-Alstead: 1 -Chesterfield; 1-Keene Wdl: 
1-Swanzey. Powell*: 1-Jaffrey; 1-Keene Wdl; 1-Keene Wd3; 1 -Walpole. Miscellaneous write-ins: 120 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



231 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
COOS COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 













* 






/ 






* 


* 

4 


* 


* 

4 




* 

4 


* 




* 
$ 

s 
T 


Atk. & Gilm. Academy Gi 


: 


























Bean's Grant 





























Bean's Purchase 





























Berlin Ward 1 


34 


15 


42 


11 


n 


3 


11 


1 


2 


Berlin Ward 2 


27 


6 


42 


16 


n 





7 





1 


Berlin Ward 3 


28 


9 


30 


21 


15 





8 


3 


1 


Berlin Ward 4 


24 


11 


29 


5 


13 


1 


3 


1 


1 


Cambridge 





























Carroll 


6 


4 


17 


4 


2 


1 


3 





1 


Chandler's Purchase 





























Clarksville 





1 


3 





1 














Colebrook 


13 


4 


12 


8 


5 





1 


1 





Columbia 


4 


1 


1 


1 


2 





1 








Crawford's Purchase 





























Cutt's Grant 





























Dalton 


2 


1 


8 


4 


4 





1 





2 


Dix's Grant 





























Dixville 


1 








1 

















Dummer 


1 


2 


4 


2 


2 














Errol 











2 

















Erving's Location 





























Gorham 


46 


11 


61 


14 


17 


1 


6 





1 


Green's Grant 





























Hadley s Purchase 





























Jefferson 


7 


1 


3 


2 





2 








1 


Kilkenny 





























Lancaster 


12 


14 


36 


8 


5 


2 


1 


7 


2 


Low & Burbank's Gt. 





























Martin's Location 





























Milan 


13 





16 


5 


2 


1 


3 








Millsfield 





























Northumberland 





























Odell 





























Pinkham's Grant 





























Pittsburg 





1 


6 





1 








1 


1 


Randolph 


2 





14 


1 


4 


2 


2 


5 





Sargent's Purchase 





























Second College Gt. 





























Shelbume 


2 


1 


7 


1 


5 





1 


1 





Stark 


7 





5 


2 


4 





1 


1 





Stewartstown 


1 


1 


1 




















Stratford 


2 


2 


6 


2 


1 





2 








Success 





























Thompson & Mes's Pur. 





























Wentworth's Loc. 





























Whitefield 


13 


3 


15 


6 


10 


2 


3 


2 


2 


TOTALS 


245 


88 


358 


116 


115 


15 


54 


23 


15 



*write-ins: Cheney*: 2-Berlin Wdl; 1 -Dalton; 1 -Gorham. Sharpton*: 
1 -Randolph 1 -Whitefield. Miscellaneous write-ins: 74 



-Dalton; 1 -Gorham; 1 -Jefferson; 2-Lancaster; 



232 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
GRAFTON COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Franconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Landaff 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sugar Hill 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville Valley 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 

TOTALS 

♦write-ins: Jahncke: 



* 


* 


* 

/ 


* 


* 

/ 


* 




* 
T 


* 

/ 





























15 


6 


29 


6 


7 


2 


1 


3 


1 


10 


1 


14 





2 





1 











1 


1 




















19 


9 


31 


9 


7 


2 


6 


2 


2 





























14 


6 


53 


18 


15 


3 


4 





1 


31 


11 


36 


12 


18 





3 








14 


2 


33 


8 


7 


3 





1 





2 





4 


2 

















1 


1 


8 


2 


2 








1 


1 


2 





2 


1 


1 














38 


14 


62 


18 


7 


4 


4 


2 


2 


5 


4 


25 


5 


6 


1 


2 





1 


13 


3 


10 


5 





2 











5 


1 


2 


3 


2 











1 


125 


58 


370 


60 


23 


6 





5 


4 


12 


7 


22 


9 


7 


4 


2 








5 


3 


13 


2 


2 


1 











14 


6 


38 


6 


1 


3 


1 





1 








2 


1 


1 














1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


36 


7 


50 


22 


14 


3 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 








1 


1 


1 


13 


8 


18 


4 





2 


1 








6 


4 


9 


6 


4 














34 


6 


66 


9 


21 


5 


3 


1 


2 





























4 


1 


5 


3 


2 














2 


5 


34 


7 


2 


2 


2 





2 


6 


1 


9 


1 


5 





1 








1 





3 




















11 


7 


19 


2 


5 


1 





2 





5 


4 


6 


3 


2 





3 








42 


12 


67 


24 


26 


3 


4 


1 


4 


9 


4 


21 


5 


7 








1 


1 


6 


5 


9 


3 


3 





1 








15 


2 


19 


4 


6 


1 


3 








2 





12 


2 





1 


2 








1 





7 




















2 


5 


8 





1 





1 








9 


5 


16 


3 


7 


1 





1 


1 



531 211 1.135 267 214 

I -Campton; 1 -Grafton. Miscellaneous write-ins: 350 



51 



49 



23 



27 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



233 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





* 


* 


* 


* 


* 

/ 

V 


* 

/ 


* 


• 


Amherst 


62 


15 


224 


42 


47 


8 





9 


Antrim 


41 


42 





9 


6 


9 








Bedford 


72 


20 


180 


28 


68 











Bennington 


6 


6 


22 


1 


7 








1 


Brookline 


25 


12 


68 


12 


11 


1 





2 


Deering 


17 


6 


20 


2 


10 


1 





2 


Francestown 


16 


3 


36 


7 


6 


7 








Goffstown 


81 


37 


234 


57 


77 


10 








Greenfield 


8 


1 


15 


6 


8 


5 





1 


Greenville 


9 


5 


32 


4 


5 








1 


Hancock 


31 


8 


55 


9 


4 


8 





2 


Hillsborough 


37 


13 


78 


24 


23 


4 





5 


Hollis 


34 


10 


97 


16 


23 


5 





5 


Hudson 


101 


54 


251 


45 


76 








12 


Litchfield 


32 


9 


83 


12 


27 


4 





3 


Lyndeborough 


10 


6 


41 


2 


6 


2 








Manchester Ward 1 


79 


25 


189 


31 


45 


5 








Manchester Ward 2 


43 


24 


127 


23 


36 


8 


1 


4 


Manchester Ward 3 


35 


15 


100 


29 


34 


10 


2 


6 


Manchester Ward 4 


42 


18 


97 


29 


31 


10 


1 


11 


Manchester Ward 5 


31 


23 


65 


16 


29 


4 





3 


Manchester Ward 6 


52 


16 


119 


17 


33 


5 


3 


8 


Manchester Ward 7 


36 


16 


110 


33 


42 


5 


2 


8 


Manchester Ward 8 


50 


14 


135 


31 


47 


6 


3 


8 


Manchester Ward 9 


63 


24 


128 


33 


55 


4 


3 


6 


Manchester Ward 1 


56 


22 


111 


19 


34 


2 





7 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


46 


18 


91 


19 


22 


1 





4 


Manchester Ward 12 


39 


16 


100 


22 


35 


6 


3 


2 


Mason 


8 


4 


30 


9 


4 


1 





1 


Merrimack 


146 


63 


345 


68 


133 








19 


Milford 


83 


36 


206 


26 


60 


5 


3 


8 


Mont Vernon 


20 


11 


45 


5 


8 


5 





2 


Nashua Ward 1 


























Nashua Ward 2 


40 


14 


112 


16 


32 


3 





5 


Nashua Ward 3 


51 


24 


131 


28 


28 


6 





8 


Nashua Ward 4 


29 


15 


79 


18 


23 


2 


1 


6 


Nashua Ward 5 


70 


22 


146 


22 


44 


2 





8 


Nashua Ward 6 


62 


25 


80 


27 


41 


4 








Nashua Ward 7 


46 


18 


92 


13 


38 


2 





5 


Nashua Ward 8 


52 


20 


131 


22 


28 


3 








Nashua Ward 9 


48 


16 


104 


20 


37 


8 





10 


New Boston 


32 


16 


74 


12 


21 











New Ipswich 


23 


4 


55 


11 


20 


2 





2 


Pelham 


32 


16 


77 


13 


35 


3 





9 


Peterborough 


70 


20 


173 


22 


23 


15 


1 


9 


Sharon 


4 


2 


5 


1 


2 











Temple 


13 


4 


43 


6 


11 


3 





3 


We are 


40 


17 


80 


22 


24 


5 


1 


9 


Wilton 


26 


15 


38 


11 


7 


6 





4 


Windsor 


1 





3 


















TOTALS 



2.050 



840 



4,857 



950 



1.466 



205 



24 



218 



234 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



* 

4 


* 




* 

cf 

N 
T 


* 


* 


* 


Amherst 


8 


8 


2 


4 





1 


3 


Antrim 


8 


2 

















Bedford 























Bennington 


2 





1 


1 








1 


Brookline 


2 


4 


2 








1 


2 


Deering 
Francestown 


6 
6 


3 

2 








2 












2 


Goffstown 


17 


19 














4 


Greenfield 


2 


2 





1 








1 


Greenville 


1 








2 











Hancock 


4 


1 


1 


2 





1 


2 


Hillsborough 
Hollis 


7 



2 
10 




2 


2 

1 










2 

3 


Hudson 


18 


25 

















Litchfield 


4 


8 





2 


1 


4 


2 


Lyndeborough 
Manchester Ward 1 


8 
11 


2 
21 


1 








1 

3 






1 
2 


Manchester Ward 2 


7 


4 





3 





1 


3 


Manchester Ward 3 


8 


16 


3 


3 





1 


2 


Manchester Ward 4 





14 





1 





1 


2 


Manchester Ward 5 


6 


9 





5 


4 





3 


Manchester Ward 6 


4 


4 


2 


4 


2 





3 


Manchester Ward 7 


7 


8 





3 


5 


2 


3 


Manchester Ward 8 





8 





5 


1 





4 


Manchester Ward 9 





18 





5 


5 





4 


Manchester Ward 10 


8 


8 





4 


3 





2 


Manchester Ward 1 1 





16 


1 


2 


5 








Manchester Ward 1 2 


3 


8 





2 


6 


3 


2 


Mason 


2 














1 





Merrimack 





29 

















Milford 


9 


9 





6 


1 





2 


Mont Vernon 


4 


4 














1 


Nashua Ward 1 

















1 





Nashua Ward 2 


1 


4 





3 








2 


Nashua Ward 3 


6 


8 














5 


Nashua Ward 4 


4 


4 





1 








3 


Nashua Ward 5 


7 


14 














3 


Nashua Ward 6 


6 


14 





2 








2 


Nashua Ward 7 


1 


11 





1 


3 


2 


3 


Nashua Ward 8 


5 


14 














1 


Nashua Ward 9 


9 


5 





3 








2 


New Boston 























New Ipswich 


1 


2 


1 


3 





1 





Pelham 


7 


10 








1 


1 





Peterborough 


12 


7 


2 


2 





1 


3 


Sharon 











2 











Temple 
Weare 


2 
8 


1 
4 






2 

2 






1 
1 


1 

3 


Wilton 


4 


3 


2 








3 





Windsor 


2 





















TOTALS 



237 



365 



20 



\\ 



41 



27 



84 



♦write-ins: Powell*: 1-Amherst; 1-Litchfield; 1 -Manchester Wd3; 1 -Manchester Wd8; 1 -Nashua Wdl; 1 -Nashua Wd6; 
1-New Ipswich; 1-Pelham. Miscellaneous write-ins: 1,104 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



235 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 







Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Dan bury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



* 


* 


* 

4 


* 


* 

/ 


32 


11 


48 


15 


19 


22 


9 


43 


16 


11 

















41 


18 


150 


28 


39 

















27 


11 


54 


11 


15 


17 


9 


41 


6 


8 


35 


19 


55 


17 


15 


31 


15 


50 


8 


16 


25 


12 


74 


16 


13 


50 


12 


80 


12 


21 


32 


11 


101 


13 


26 


36 


21 


60 


13 


14 


36 


23 


95 


13 


23 

















26 


12 


53 


19 


19 


43 


21 


154 


13 


36 


9 


1 


19 


2 


4 


6 


4 


45 


4 


13 


32 


12 


52 


10 


17 


18 


11 


28 


11 


18 


20 


10 


34 


9 


12 


14 


8 


40 


8 


13 


49 


17 


75 


19 


15 


10 


5 


15 


3 


4 


48 


26 


127 


24 


43 


76 


20 


143 


20 


21 


27 


21 


49 


7 


4 


13 





20 


5 


5 


44 


19 


103 


21 


21 


11 


12 


67 


26 


18 


38 


19 


89 


28 


30 


17 


6 


24 


6 


6 


11 


4 


22 








16 


3 


37 


11 


17 


17 


5 


48 


19 


14 

















21 


8 


20 


2 


11 



TOTALS 



950 



415 



2.115 



435 



561 



236 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
MERRIMACK COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 

TOTALS 



* 

J? 


* 

/ 

4* 


* 


* 

/ 


* 


1 





i 


3 


1 





8 





13 




















1 





2 


11 


4 




















10 





3 





1 








1 


2 


2 


3 








4 


1 


7 





4 


5 


1 


8 


1 


1 


4 





7 





6 


6 





15 





5 


4 


2 


4 





4 


3 





9 





5 


4 




















5 





1 


6 


2 


22 


2 


5 


4 


1 








3 








2 





2 


1 


2 


3 


1 


2 


3 





3 


1 


1 


2 





3 











3 


1 





3 


1 





12 





3 


2 





1 














2 


3 


3 


6 





12 





12 





1 


9 





1 








1 








1 


1 


10 





2 


4 





2 


19 





6 


3 


8 





5 


3 


2 


2 





2 


3 




















2 





3 


2 


1 


4 





3 


4 




















1 





1 






25 



176 



30 



108 



85 



♦write-ins: Bleckner: 4-Concord Wd4. Jahncke: 3-Concord Wd4; 2-Concord Wd2. Powell*: 1-Bow; 1-Concord WdlO; 
1 -Hill; 1 -Loudon; 2-Pembroke. Miscellaneous write-ins: 662 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



237 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





<- 






* 




* 






* 


* 


£ 


* 


/ 






i 


/ 


/ 






Atkinson 





18 


8 


63 


8 


28 


Auburn 


1 


24 


4 


58 


5 


15 


Brentwood 





12 


5 


33 


5 


6 


Candia 





28 


12 


52 


10 


14 


Chester 





12 


12 


26 


5 


8 


Danville 





24 


11 


46 


5 


14 


Deerfield 





42 


10 


82 


16 


26 


Derry 





141 


48 


309 


56 


111 


East Kingston 





8 


5 


25 


3 


1 


Epping 





43 


14 


73 


17 


14 


Exeter 


12 


120 


38 


255 


33 


58 


Fremont 





12 


12 


46 


10 


7 


Greenland 





12 


4 


28 


10 


11 


Hampstead 





45 


9 


116 


8 


40 


Hampton 





110 


34 


279 


50 


78 


Hampton Falls 





8 


4 


21 


3 


7 


Kensington 





20 


3 


30 


7 


5 


Kingston 





31 


11 


72 


6 


16 


Londonderry 





117 


47 


290 


44 


87 


New Castle 





14 


5 


43 


8 


1 


Newfields 


1 


14 


3 


15 


3 


2 


Newington 





2 


2 


6 


3 


3 


Newmarket 


2 


109 


32 


177 


37 


37 


Newton 





22 


8 


53 


11 


19 


North Hampton 





29 


13 


85 


14 


17 


Northwood 


1 


17 


12 


34 


8 


8 


Nottingham 





27 


16 


57 


11 


15 


Plaistow 





27 


17 


94 


16 


21 


Portsmouth Ward 1 





47 


13 


79 


14 


13 


Portsmouth Ward 2 





67 


17 


129 


22 


24 


Portsmouth Ward 3 





25 


11 


51 


8 


14 


Portsmouth Ward 4 





43 


15 


138 


22 


25 


Portsmouth Ward 5 





57 


16 


95 


23 


19 


Raymond 





56 


20 


85 


33 


43 


Rye 





33 


14 


64 


11 


19 


Salem 





93 


35 


176 


57 


73 


Sandown 





20 


14 


43 





15 


Seabrook 





50 


22 











South Hampton 





4 


8 


16 


2 


3 


Stratham 


3 


61 


14 


138 


10 


37 


Windham 





58 


20 


150 


22 


38 



TOTALS 



20 



,702 



618 



3,632 



636 



992 



238 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





* 

/ 


* 


* 

/ 


* 


* 

/ 

sP 


* 


Atkinson 


3 


7 








1 





Auburn 


2 


7 


1 


1 


1 





Brentwood 


3 


2 


3 





3 





Candia 


3 


2 


1 





1 


1 


Chester 


2 


5 














Danville 











2 


1 





Deerfield 


2 


5 


1 


1 


10 


2 


Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 


19 
3 

4 
12 


20 

1 

4 
16 


6 


1 
4 


1 



1 


19 
1 
6 

10 


4 


2 
2 


Fremont 





1 








8 





Greenland 


1 


7 





1 


1 





Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 


2 
5 
2 
3 
3 
10 
2 


9 

34 
1 
1 
5 

20 
1 


2 
7 



2 





1 

3 







2 
4 
1 



3 

11 

1 


2 



4 

1 


1 


Newfields 














4 





Newington 





1 


2 











Newmarket 


16 


11 


1 





15 


1 


Newton 


1 


7 


2 


1 








North Hampton 
Northwood 


1 

2 


7 
5 


2 
3 




1 


6 

5 




1 


Nottingham 
Plaistow 


6 

4 


2 
6 


4 







4 







Portsmouth Ward 1 


10 


8 


5 





4 


1 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


14 


4 








11 





Portsmouth Ward 3 


2 


6 


1 





3 


1 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


5 


10 


2 





10 


2 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


5 


8 


1 





10 


4 


Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 


2 
3 
5 




2 

14 


1 
1 
2 


1 



1 


8 
6 

7 





3 


Sandown 




















Seabrook 


1 

















South Hampton 
Stratham 


1 
3 


2 
14 




5 




2 



6 


1 
1 


Windham 


7 


12 


1 





8 





TOTALS 


169 


267 


61 


17 


191 


34 






*write-ins: Powell*: 1-Atkinson; 1-Auburn;l-Danville; 1-Epping; 1-Greenland; 1-Nottingham; 1-South Hampton. 
Miscellaneous write-ins: 739 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



239 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
STRAFFORD COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



* 



C 



Barrington 
Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Farmington 
Lee 

Madbury 
Middleton 
Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester Ward 1 
Rochester Ward 2 
Rochester Ward 3 
Rochester Ward 4 
Rochester Ward 5 
Rochester Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Somersworth Ward 1 
Somersworth Ward 2 
Somersworth Ward 3 
Somersworth Ward 4 
Somersworth Ward 5 
Strafford 



64 

34 
36 
31 
28 
35 
28 
85 
23 
33 
19 

3 
27 
26 
29 
12 
25 
32 
28 


24 
10 

6 
11 
19 
13 
38 



* 



34 

18 

15 

9 

10 

14 

12 

18 

13 

II 

6 

3 

10 

8 

13 

7 

9 

10 

7 



8 



13 

5 

6 

3 

5 



/ 

104 
70 
71 
84 
86 
61 
58 

157 
76 
78 
34 
17 
47 
28 
64 
43 
26 
47 
44 

36 
33 
22 
31 
27 
29 
46 



* 

/ 

•V 

27 

15 

23 

15 

9 

18 

12 

1 

21 

6 

6 

7 

13 

8 

15 

10 

10 

17 

11 



12 

7 

4 

7 

4 

3 

12 



* 


* 

/ 


26 





11 


8 


16 


6 


24 


1 


20 


6 


22 


6 


17 


1 


1 


13 


23 


4 


12 


5 


5 


2 


8 


1 


12 





9 


4 


21 


4 


22 


1 


19 


3 


26 


4 


14 











11 


2 


12 





10 





7 


2 


11 





6 





19 


3 



TOTALS 



719 



267 



1,419 



293 



384 



76 



240 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
STRAFFORD COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 





* 


* 


* 


* 

/ 


* 


* 

cf 

N 

T 


Barrington 


9 


9 


3 





7 


3 


Dover Ward 1 





2 


4 


3 


7 


1 


Dover Ward 2 


10 


8 


2 


2 


10 


1 


Dover Ward 3 


9 


7 


4 


2 


4 


2 


Dover Ward 4 


9 


7 





2 


10 


4 


Dover Ward 5 


4 


5 


1 


1 


3 


3 


Dover Ward 6 


11 


1 


2 





2 


2 


Durham 


8 





1 


7 


17 


1 


Farmington 


6 


2 





2 


8 


2 


Lee 


5 


3 








8 


2 


Madbury 


3 





3 





2 





Middleton 


1 








1 


3 





Milton 





5 














New Durham 








1 


2 


3 





Rochester Ward 1 





5 


2 





3 


1 


Rochester Ward 2 


4 


2 


1 


2 


3 


3 


Rochester Ward 3 


7 


5 


1 


1 





1 


Rochester Ward 4 


7 


1 





1 


2 


1 


Rochester Ward 5 


6 


2 


1 








1 


Rochester Ward 6 





3 


2 








3 


Rollinsford 


6 


1 


4 


2 





2 


Somersworth Ward 1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


2 





Somersworth Ward 2 


2 


4 








1 





Somersworth Ward 3 


5 


4 


1 











Somersworth Ward 4 





6 


1 





1 


2 


Somersworth Ward 5 


1 








1 





2 


Strafford 


1 


2 





2 


7 


2 


TOTALS 


117 


85 


35 


32 


103 


39 



*write-ins: Powell*: 3-Barrington; 4-Dover Wd6; 1-Farmington. McCain*: 1-Dover Wd5; 1-Farmington; 1-Rochester 
Wdl: 1-Somersworth Wd3. Cheney*: 1 -Barrington; 2-Farmington; 1 -Rochester Wdl; 1 -Rochester Wd4; 1 -Somersworth 
Wd3. Miscellaneous write-ins: 206 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 241 



VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 
SULLIVAN COUNTY/DEMOCRATIC 



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/ 


3 


4 


8 


3 


3 


45 


17 


99 


18 


19 


23 


8 


73 


40 


12 


28 


19 


105 


23 


22 


12 


9 


40 


13 


18 


19 


5 


37 


13 


2 


1 


4 


4 


1 





3 


2 


13 


1 


1 


24 


5 


39 


11 


8 


5 


5 


6 


6 


5 


8 


3 


17 


3 


2 


26 


13 


66 


15 


11 


34 


12 


49 


18 


3 


8 


3 


10 


1 


5 


27 


4 


58 


12 


13 


4 


3 


22 


4 


2 


7 


1 


15 


3 


3 



Acworth 

Charlestown 

Claremont Ward 1 

Claremont Ward 2 

Claremont Ward 3 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham 

Langdon 

Lempster 

Newport 

Plainfield 

Springfield 

Sunapee 

Unity 

Washington 

TOTALS 277 117 661 185 129 





* 

/ 


* 


* 


* 


* 


Acworth 


6 





5 








Charlestown 


5 


4 


4 


5 


3 


Claremont Ward 1 





8 


1 


1 





Claremont Ward 2 


4 


2 


4 


3 


1 


Claremont Ward 3 

















Cornish 


6 


3 


8 








Croydon 





1 





1 





Goshen 


3 








1 





Grantham 


4 





4 


4 


1 


Langdon 








3 


1 





Lempster 





1 


2 








Newport 


1 


5 


4 


4 


2 


Plainfield 


5 





5 


3 


3 


Springfield 


2 





2 


1 





Sunapee 


7 


2 


7 


2 





Unity 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


Washington 


2 








3 






TOTALS 46 27 50 31 11 

♦write-ins: Nader*: 1-Acworth; 1-Claremont Wdl; 1-Claremont Wd2.1 -Springfield; 3-Sunapee; 1-Unity. Shaheen*: 
1-Claremont Wdl; 1-Langdon; 1-Lempster; 1-Newport; 1-Sunapee. Cheney*: 1-Claremont Wdl; 4-Claremont Wd3; 
1-Newport; 1 -Plainfield; 1 -Unity. McCain*: 2-Charlestown; 1-Claremont Wdl; 1-Langdon; 2-Sunapee; 1-Washington. 
Sharpton*: 1-Acworth; 1-Claremont Wd2; 1-Grantham; 2-Newport; 2-Plainfield; 1-Sunapee; 1-Unity. Powell*: 
1 -Charlestown; 2-Claremont Wd2; 1-Newport; 1 -Plainfield; 1-Sunapee. Miscellaneous write-in votes: 53 



242 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



SUMMARY BY COUNTIES/BALLOTS CAST 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 





Republican 




Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


3,689 


260 


3,949 


2,937 


236 


3,173 


3,715 


137 


3,852 


1,747 


90 


1.837 


4,384 


305 


4,689 


19,278 


798 


20,076 


9,110 


371 


9,481 


14,352 


781 


15,133 


4,687 


213 


4,900 


2,231 


93 


2,324 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



8.577 


542 


9,119 


7,484 


483 


7,967 


14,381 


703 


15,084 


5,451 


256 


5,707 


14,958 


1,080 


16,038 


60,579 


2,924 


63,503 


26,054 


1,488 


27,542 


45,836 


2,248 


48,084 


19,665 


906 


20,571 


7,277 


417 


7,694 



TOTALS 



66,130 



3.284 



69,414 



210,262 



,047 



221,309 



SUMMARY BY COUNTIES/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



(*see below for details) 



No. 3 



Belknap 


14.071 


7,009 


12,303 


33,383 


1,182 


357 


3,920 


3,404 


Carroll 


12,284 


5,679 


13,391 


31.354 


920 


387 


4,596 


3,462 


Cheshire 


12,469 


13.801 


17,454 


43,724 


1,956 


384 


7,256 


5,133 


Coos 


5,728 


5,807 


6,897 


18,432 


481 


273 


2.406 


1,816 


Grafton 


16,200 


13,279 


19,547 


49,026 


2,044 


490 


7,263 


5,876 


Hillsborough 


72,483 


60,808 


71.915 


205,206 


7,492 


2,202 


25,994 


23,949 


Merrimack 


28,806 


22,545 


29,262 


80,613 


4,037 


929 


12,171 


10,589 


Rockingham 


58,663 


43,419 


68,105 


170,187 


5,104 


1,842 


21,374 


17,967 


Strafford 


18,077 


20.139 


22,227 


60,443 


2,887 


446 


7,509 


5,917 


Sullivan 


7,748 


6.900 


8,951 


23,599 


787 


392 


3,145 


2,622 



TOTALS 



246,529 



199.386 270.052 715,967 



26,890 



7,702 



95,634 80,735 



1. Number of persons who registered to vote at the polling place on Presidential Primary Election Day. 

2. Number of undeclared voters declaring a party then voting Republican or Democratic on Presidential Primary 
Election Day. 

3. Number of undeclared voters declaring a party and then voting on Presidential Primary Election Day 
who returned to undeclared status before leaving the polling place. 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



243 



BELKNAP COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Wd 1 
Laconia Wd 2 
Laconia Wd 3 
Laconia Wd 4 
Laconia Wd 5 
Laconia Wd 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 





Republican 




teg. 


Abs. 


Total 


340 


46 


386 


242 


13 


255 


399 


8 


407 


92 


10 


102 


502 


16 


518 


264 


13 


277 


192 


32 


224 


137 


21 


158 


153 


7 


160 


146 


9 


155 


94 


7 


101 


192 


10 


202 


397 


26 


423 


167 


15 


182 


178 


8 


186 


194 


19 


213 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



626 


44 


670 


631 


36 


667 


830 


15 


845 


169 


17 


186 


1,206 


74 


1,280 


535 


33 


568 


382 


44 


426 


340 


28 


368 


361 


26 


387 


381 


28 


409 


330 


21 


351 


396 


26 


422 


982 


67 


1,049 


362 


24 


386 


523 


38 


561 


523 


21 


544 



Totals 



3.689 



260 



3.949 



8,577 



542 



9,119 



BELKNAP COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No.2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Alton 


1.464 


422 


1.246 


3.132 


85 


44 


384 


351 


Barnstead 


893 


534 


1.132 


2,559 


100 


39 


341 


275 


Belmont 


1.529 


854 


1,037 


3,420 


149 


26 


198 


210 


Center Harbor 


351 


119 


291 


761 


27 


8 


91 


94 


Gilford 


2,149 


675 


2,198 


5,022 


99 


39 


635 


450 


Gilmanton 


879 


467 


713 


2,059 


78 


35 


323 


250 


Laconia Wd 1 


736 


361 


556 


1.653 


40 


12 


137 


149 


Laconia Wd 2 


559 


356 


351 


1,266 


46 


10 


140 


118 


Laconia Wd 3 


491 


295 


442 


1,228 


41 


12 


78 


92 


Laconia Wd 4 


545 


382 


175 


1.102 


48 


18 


157 


136 


Laconia Wd 5 


398 


410 


261 


1.069 


33 


12 


148 


69 


Laconia Wd 6 


699 


373 


483 


1.555 


56 


12 


178 


139 


Meredith 


1,517 


673 


1.529 


3,719 


143 


40 


522 


562 


New Hampton 


477 


279 


397 


1.153 


44 


15 


176 


138 


Sanbornton 


707 


325 


779 


1,811 


85 


11 


242 


177 


Tilton 


677 


484 


713 


1,874 


108 


24 


170 


194 



Totals 



14.071 



7.009 



12,303 



33,383 



1.182 



357 



3,920 



3.404 



244 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



CARROLL COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Albany 


33 





33 


Bartlett 


192 


6 


198 


Brookfield 


63 





63 


Chatham 


24 





24 


Conway 


387 


31 


418 


Eaton 


39 


2 


41 


Effingham 


59 


6 


65 


Freedom 


121 


13 


134 


Hale's Loc. 


12 


2 


14 


Hart's Loc. 


7 


6 


13 


Jackson 


80 


9 


89 


Madison 


132 


9 


141 


Moultonborough 


453 


41 


494 


Ossipee 


213 


12 


225 


Sandwich 


132 


11 


143 


Tamworth 


166 


7 


173 


Tuftonboro 


172 


19 


191 


Wakefield 


209 


16 


225 


Wolfeboro 


443 


46 


489 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



130 


7 


137 


614 


23 


637 


111 


12 


123 


42 


5 


47 


1404 


86 


1490 


95 


6 


101 


205 


12 


217 


253 


24 


277 


12 





12 


16 


1 


17 


333 


29 


362 


395 


24 


419 


680 


19 


699 


451 


27 


478 


359 


27 


386 


466 


24 


490 


348 


29 


377 


540 


42 


582 


1030 


86 


1116 



Totals 



2,937 



236 



3.173 



7.484 



483 



7,967 



CARROLL COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No.2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Albany 


119 


77 


209 


405 


19 


1 


89 


81 


Bartlett 


806 


537 


755 


2,098 


79 


17 


363 


247 


Brookfield 


193 


83 


148 


424 


16 


3 


61 


54 


Chatham 


88 


38 


63 


189 


7 


5 


20 


23 


Conway 


1,857 


951 


2,943 


5,751 


146 


45 


837 


653 


Eaton 


102 


67 


107 


276 


13 


2 


46 


39 


Effingham 


245 


127 


404 


776 


22 


6 


127 


101 


Freedom 


378 


153 


598 


1,129 


46 


19 


133 


152 


Hale's Loc. 


63 


10 


37 


110 








7 


4 


Hart's Loc. 


11 


7 


12 


30 


30 


2 


12 


14 


Jackson 


228 


132 


409 


769 


38 


13 


279 


227 


Madison 


454 


243 


706 


1,403 


38 


21 


229 


224 


Moultonborough 


1,589 


457 


1,230 


3,276 


64 


61 


441 


355 


Ossipee 


1,113 


467 


1,169 


2,749 


41 


19 


252 


157 


Sandwich 


428 


381 


216 


1,025 


23 


8 


118 


93 


Tamworth 


602 


331 


796 


1,729 


43 


27 


274 


125 


Tuftonboro 


786 


167 


733 


1,686 


57 


18 


257 


214 


Wakefield 


1,067 


522 


1 ,053 


2,642 


100 


32 


295 


251 


Wolfeboro 


2,155 


929 


1,803 


4,887 


138 


88 


756 


448 



Totals 



12,284 



5,679 



13,391 



31,354 



920 



387 



4,596 



3,462 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



245 



CHESHIRE COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Alstead 


109 


3 


112 


Chesterfield 


158 


5 


163 


Dublin 


148 


16 


164 


Fitzwilliam 


116 





116 


Gilsum 


57 





57 


Harrisville 


41 


1 


42 


Hinsdale 


131 


3 


134 


Jaffrey 


346 


19 


365 


Keene Wdl 


93 


10 


103 


Keene Wd2 


194 


3 


197 


Keene Wd3 


197 


11 


208 


Keene Wd4 


268 


11 


279 


Keene Wd5 


295 


5 


300 


Marlborough 


89 


2 


91 


Marlow 


39 


3 


42 


Nelson 


40 





40 


Richmond 


43 


2 


45 


Rindge 


299 


1 


300 


Roxbury 


17 





17 


Stoddard 


73 


9 


82 


Sullivan 


33 


2 


35 


Surry 


52 





52 


Swanzey 


373 


9 


382 


Troy 


93 


2 


95 


Walpole 


215 


9 


224 


Westmoreland 


88 


6 


94 


Winchester 


108 


5 


113 


Totals 


3.715 


137 


3.852 





Democratic 




Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


409 


27 


436 


736 


24 


760 


399 


26 


425 


432 


21 


453 


126 


4 


130 


363 


25 


388 


583 


8 


591 


954 


68 


1,022 


772 


34 


806 


1,041 


49 


1.090 


915 


59 


974 


1,004 


50 


1,054 


1,001 


72 


1,073 


518 


13 


531 


169 


5 


174 


191 


15 


206 


213 


8 


221 


789 


28 


817 


66 





66 


206 


13 


219 


143 


4 


147 


164 


6 


170 


1,050 


48 


1,098 


361 


7 


368 


818 


31 


849 


399 


31 


430 


559 


27 


586 



14.381 



703 



15,084 



246 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



CHESHIRE COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



A 1 stead 


332 


359 


517 


1,208 


42 


13 


223 


183 


Chesterfield 


747 


673 


781 


2,201 


76 


11 


365 


276 


Dublin 


468 


345 


357 


1,170 


47 


4 


216 


156 


Fitzwilliam 


217 


423 


763 


1,403 


36 


19 


265 


185 


Gilsum 


148 


114 


188 


450 


20 


3 


45 


27 


Harrisville 


113 


211 


417 


741 


32 


9 


194 


195 


Hinsdale 


513 


613 


766 


1,892 


57 


15 


172 


151 


Jaffrey 


1,017 


858 


1,178 


3,053 


93 


44 


491 


363 


KeeneWdl 


405 


976 


894 


2,275 


225 


7 


322 


243 


Keene Wd2 


690 


1,092 


991 


2,773 


179 


15 


325 


281 


Keene Wd3 


692 


1.070 


820 


2,582 


134 


25 


424 


192 


Keene Wd4 


960 


1,271 


946 


3,177 


160 


24 


651 


318 


Keene Wd5 


947 


1.123 


907 


2,977 


121 


17 


414 


314 


Marlborough 


268 


350 


644 


1,262 


76 


9 


304 


230 


Marlow 


148 


146 


228 


522 


15 


5 


91 


89 


Nelson 


137 


187 


190 


514 


16 


4 


98 


69 


Richmond 


234 


189 


283 


706 


28 


6 


105 


74 


Rindge 


1.041 


472 


1,561 


3,074 


158 


21 


137 


495 


Roxbury 


37 


59 


56 


152 


5 


5 


31 


20 


Stoddard 


230 


123 


294 


647 


19 


23 


101 


114 


Sullivan 


97 


93 


189 


379 


23 


6 


82 


61 


Surry 


182 


133 


155 


470 


15 


2 


66 


65 


Swanzey 


1.173 


1,175 


1,259 


3,607 


149 


36 


468 


181 


Troy 


310 


339 


551 


1,200 


44 


8 


159 


126 


Walpole 


587 


471 


1,162 


2,220 


79 


32 


444 


399 


Westmoreland 


267 


257 


486 


1,010 


42 


11 


861 


233 


Winchester 


509 


679 


871 


2,059 


65 


10 


202 


93 



Totals 



12,469 



3,801 



17,454 



43,724 



1,956 



384 



7,256 



5,133 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



247 



COOS COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Berlin Ward 1 


76 





76 


Berlin Ward 2 


89 


7 


96 


Berlin Ward 3 


151 


11 


162 


Berlin Ward 4 


46 


2 


48 


Carroll 


47 


1 


48 


Clarksville 


28 


2 


30 


Colebrook 


157 


3 


160 


Columbia 


41 


1 


42 


Dalton 


55 


4 


59 


Dixville 


6 


5 


11 


Dummer 


21 


4 


25 


Errol 


23 


2 


25 


Gorham 


151 


6 


157 


Green's Grant 











Jefferson 


93 


3 


96 


Lancaster 


247 


6 


253 


Milan 


82 


1 


83 


Millsneld 


2 





2 


Northumberland 


90 


1 


91 


Pinkhams' Grant 











Pittsburg 


57 


2 


59 


Randolph 


31 


18 


49 


Shelburne 


26 


2 


28 


Stark 


34 


2 


36 


Stewartstown 


46 


4 


50 


Stratford 


23 





23 


Wentworth' s Loc. 


2 





2 


Whitefield 


123 


3 


126 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



601 


16 


617 


554 


21 


575 


601 


42 


643 


523 


12 


535 


143 


15 


158 


25 


1 


26 


228 


7 


235 


55 


8 


63 


106 


5 


111 


13 


2 


15 


46 




46 


40 


1 


41 


671 


18 


689 


2 





2 


111 


5 


116 


450 


15 


465 


208 


15 


223 


5 





5 


318 


14 


332 


2 


1 


3 


51 


4 


55 


99 


24 


123 


77 


3 


80 


70 


3 


73 


67 


1 


68 


80 


4 


84 


6 





6 


299 


19 


318 



Totals 



1,747 



90 



1.837 



5.451 



256 



5.707 



No ballots cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant. Bean's Purchase. Cambridge. Chandler's Purchase. 
Crawford's Purchase. Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant. Erving's Location. Hadley's Purchase. Kilkenny, Low & Burbank's Grant. 
Martin's Location. Odell, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant. Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



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COOS COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No.2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Berlin Ward 1 


207 


681 


338 


1,226 


44 


11 


268 


85 


Berlin Ward 2 


229 


544 


496 


1,269 


21 


28 


269 


212 


Berlin Ward 3 


420 


731 


342 


1,493 


44 


21 


250 


144 


Berlin Ward 4 


140 


595 


375 


1.110 


29 


13 


208 


114 


Cambridge 


1 


— 


2 


3 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Carroll 


169 


108 


229 


506 


22 


11 


61 


51 


Clarksville 


54 


19 


85 


158 


5 


8 


17 


23 


Colebrook 


518 


212 


638 


1,368 


43 


21 


159 


125 


Columbia 


134 


56 


128 


318 


8 


6 


31 


27 


Dalton 


169 


57 


336 


562 


15 


20 


67 


78 


Dixville 


11 


3 


12 


26 


— 


1 


15 


12 


Dummer 


57 


39 


96 


192 


8 


12 


29 


41 


Errol 


45 


18 


175 


238 


5 


10 


32 


33 


Gorham 


492 


777 


515 


1,784 


65 


18 


200 


171 


Green's Grant 


— 


— 


3 


3 


— 


— 


2 


2 


Jefferson 


328 


106 


187 


621 


14 


6 


44 


45 


Lancaster 


802 


358 


736 


1,896 


41 


16 


231 


163 


Milan 


216 


214 


311 


741 


17 


13 


97 


93 


Millsfield 


2 


5 


5 


12 


— 


2 


5 


7 


Northumberland 


338 


477 


490 


1,305 


17 


20 


120 


96 


Pinkhams' Grant 


1 


2 


7 


10 


1 


— 


2 


1 


Pittsburg 


318 


73 


174 


565 


8 


9 


24 


20 


Randolph 


91 


92 


96 


279 


9 


8 


52 


51 


Shelburne 


100 


65 


104 


269 


6 


4 


45 


37 


Stark 


100 


67 


139 


306 


7 


4 


38 


36 


Stewartstown 


164 


75 


268 


507 


11 


2 


13 


13 


Stratford 


96 


88 


195 


379 


2 


2 


34 


36 


Wentworth' s Loc. 


4 


7 


15 


26 


— 


— 


3 


3 


Whitefield 


522 


338 


400 


1,260 


39 


7 


90 


97 



Totals 



5,728 



5,807 



6,897 



18,432 



481 



273 



2,406 



1,816 



No names on checklist: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Low & Burbank's Grant, 
Martin's Location, Odell, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



249 



GRAFTON COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Alexandria 


103 


4 


107 


Ashland 


146 


2 


148 


Bath 


63 


4 


67 


Benton 


31 





31 


Bethlehem 


125 


12 


137 


Bridgewater 


83 


4 


87 


Bristol 


207 


10 


217 


Campton 


187 


3 


190 


Canaan 


125 


9 


134 


Dorchester 


23 





23 


Easton 


12 


2 


14 


Ellsworth 


11 





11 


Enfield 


196 


12 


208 


Franconia 


73 


6 


79 


Grafton 


67 


2 


69 


Groton 


42 


2 


44 


Hanover 


268 


32 


300 


Haverhill 


319 


10 


329 


Hebron 


61 


5 


66 


Holderness 


148 


14 


162 


Landaff 


30 





30 


Lebanon Wdl 


174 


7 


181 


Lebanon Wd2 


128 


20 


148 


Lebanon Wd3 


179 


14 


193 


Lincoln 


71 


4 


75 


Lisbon 


100 


1 


101 


Littleton 


390 


54 


444 


Livermore 











Lyman 


24 


6 


30 


Lyme 


78 


1 


79 


Monroe 


88 


9 


97 


Orange 


15 


1 


16 


Orford 


71 


3 


74 


Piermont 


61 


2 


63 


Plymouth 


228 


12 


240 


Rumney 


105 


8 


113 


Sugar Hill 


43 


5 


48 


Thornton 


90 


8 


98 


Warren 


77 


4 


81 


Waterville Valley 


20 


5 


25 


Wentworth 


68 


1 


69 


Woodstock 


54 


7 


61 





Democratic 




Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


215 


15 


230 


306 


8 


314 


100 


7 


107 


28 


1 


29 


448 


24 


472 


153 


9 


162 


442 


33 


475 


474 


22 


496 


546 


28 


574 


40 


4 


44 


83 


8 


91 


21 


1 


22 


723 


57 


780 


259 


20 


279 


190 


6 


196 


66 





66 


3.141 


306 


3,447 


337 


23 


360 


91 


14 


105 


419 


53 


472 


41 


6 


47 


884 


48 


932 


829 


69 


898 


754 


57 


811 


245 


9 


254 


117 


7 


124 


709 


43 


752 











68 


5 


73 


537 


50 


587 


90 


9 


99 


59 


5 


64 


236 


14 


250 


131 


11 


142 


911 


27 


938 


245 


21 


266 


150 


7 


157 


411 


26 


437 


101 


1 


102 


76 


9 


85 


91 


4 


95 


191 


13 


204 



Totals 



4,384 



305 



4.689 



14,958 



1,080 



16,038 



250 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GRAFTON COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Alexandria 


324 


134 


487 


945 


15 


14 


140 


123 


Ashland 


425 


235 


410 


1070 


61 


19 


156 


142 


Bath 


192 


121 


181 


494 


4 


16 


77 


52 


Benton 


89 


36 


58 


183 


4 


1 


5 


13 


Bethlehem 


489 


392 


626 


1507 


56 


9 


228 


163 


Bridgewater 


336 


142 


216 


694 


24 


9 


84 


69 


Bristol 


633 


263 


814 


1710 


68 


37 


297 


254 


Campton 


504 


247 


794 


1545 


77 


25 


248 


180 


Canaan 


579 


519 


827 


1925 


79 


17 


337 


122 


Dorchester 


70 


41 


93 


204 


7 


3 


27 


29 


Easton 


60 


58 


84 


202 


11 


1 


54 


40 


Ellsworth 


14 


2 


48 


64 


— 


3 


20 


23 


Enfield 


787 


828 


740 


2355 


107 


9 


185 


194 


Franconia 


251 


137 


383 


771 


22 


12 


170 


140 


Grafton 


243 


132 


390 


765 


18 


11 


111 


86 


Groton 


124 


48 


136 


308 


14 


8 


45 


43 


Hanover 


1,252 


3,019 


2,333 


6604 


416 


16 


1,477 


1,071 


Haverhill 


1.111 


271 


675 


2057 


58 


26 


103 


76 


Hebron 


223 


61 


142 


426 


19 


7 


72 


65 


Holderness 


524 


360 


511 


1395 


53 


24 


274 


196 


Landaff 


77 


46 


96 


219 


12 


5 


16 


16 


Lebanon Wdl 


756 


898 


822 


2476 


130 


11 


403 


289 


Lebanon Wd2 


611 


674 


926 


2211 


141 


8 


190 


282 


Lebanon Wd3 


721 


971 


611 


2303 


101 


22 


268 


188 


Lincoln 


299 


199 


473 


971 


36 


7 


154 


143 


Lisbon 


336 


152 


258 


746 


19 


9 


53 


45 


Littleton 


1,521 


724 


1 ,009 


3254 


90 


28 


152 


208 


Livermore 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Lyman 


106 


57 


135 


298 


6 


3 


36 


36 


Lyme 


268 


443 


719 


1430 


36 


15 


284 


212 


Monroe 


278 


101 


131 


510 


8 


8 


61 


21 


Orange 


48 


48 


87 


183 


5 


1 


32 


23 


Orford 


266 


183 


331 


780 


21 


6 


148 


124 


Piermont 


175 


92 


200 


467 


12 


13 


87 


70 


Plymouth 


902 


893 


1,533 


3328 


165 


14 


419 


421 


Rumney 


389 


150 


428 


967 


26 


14 


179 


168 


Sugar Hill 


127 


98 


183 


408 


16 


— 


80 


55 


Thornton 


369 


212 


805 


1386 


46 


27 


302 


223 


Warren 


236 


78 


212 


526 


14 


8 


50 


50 


Waterville Valley 


51 


32 


90 


173 


6 


3 


55 


58 


Wentworth 


224 


63 


175 


462 


22 


13 


51 


64 


Woodstock 


210 


119 


375 


704 


19 


8 


133 


99 



Totals 



16,200 



13,279 



19,547 



49,026 



2.044 



490 



7,263 



5,876 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



251 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Amherst 


672 


29 


701 


Antrim 


208 


1 


209 


Bedford 


1.453 


117 


1570 


Bennington 


100 


1 


101 


Brookline 


236 


3 


239 


Deering 


92 


8 


100 


Francestown 


116 


10 


126 


Goffstown 


1 .056 


23 


1079 


Greenfield 


115 


- 


115 


Greenville 


79 


1 


80 


Hancock 


160 


7 


167 


Hillsborough 


389 


22 


411 


Hollis 


489 


14 


503 


Hudson 


923 


24 


947 


Litchfield 


389 


19 


408 


Lyndeborough 


126 


5 


131 


Manchester Wdl 


708 


42 


750 


Manchester Wd2 


449 


32 


481 


Manchester Wd3 


214 


28 


242 


Manchester Wd4 


324 


30 


354 


Manchester Wd5 


218 


8 


226 


Manchester Wd6 


474 


27 


501 


Manchester Wd7 


401 


7 


408 


Manchester Wd8 


521 


8 


529 


Manchester Wd9 


394 


12 


406 


Manchester Wdl 


481 


11 


492 


Manchester Wd 1 1 


320 


7 


327 


Manchester Wdl 2 


412 


40 


452 


Mason 


88 


5 


93 


Merrimack 


1.386 


26 


1412 


Milford 


776 


29 


805 


Mont Vernon 


196 


4 


200 


Nashua Wdl 


477 


19 


496 


Nashua Wd2 


390 


6 


396 


Nashua Wd3 


339 


3 


342 


Nashua Wd4 


187 


1 


188 


Nashua Wd5 


534 


16 


550 


Nashua Wd6 


276 


22 


298 


Nashua Wd7 


282 


26 


308 


Nashua Wd8 


281 


5 


286 


Nashua Wd9 


369 


23 


392 


New Boston 


323 


7 


330 


New Ipswich 


295 


9 


304 


Pelham 


492 


12 


504 


Peterborough 


346 


29 


375 


Sharon 


27 


3 


30 


Temple 


102 


2 


104 


Weare 


362 


10 


372 


Wilton 


214 


3 


217 


Windsor 


17 


2 


19 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



2,034 


146 


2,180 


478 


8 


486 


2.771 


273 


3,044 


192 


9 


201 


804 


31 


835 


304 


14 


318 


359 


13 


372 


2,492 


90 


2,582 


269 


9 


278 


280 


18 


298 


478 


50 


528 


741 


26 


767 


1.505 


73 


1.578 


3.103 


94 


3,197 


1,045 


33 


1,078 


333 


7 


340 


1.916 


151 


2,067 


1.541 


88 


1,629 


914 


97 


1.011 


1,145 


65 


1,210 


1,026 


45 


1,071 


1,485 


102 


1,587 


1,340 


45 


1,385 


1,527 


37 


1,564 


1,470 


67 


1,537 


1,458 


75 


1,533 


1,030 


27 


1,057 


1.128 


84 


1,212 


267 


8 


275 


4,090 


150 


4,240 


2,073 


64 


2,137 


447 


17 


464 


1,852 


97 


1,949 


1,366 


64 


1,430 


1,534 


51 


1,585 


983 


35 


1.018 


2,026 


59 


2,085 


1,411 


73 


1,484 


1,316 


58 


1,374 


1.441 


66 


1,507 


1,669 


79 


1,748 


829 


40 


869 


542 


15 


557 


1,663 


42 


1,705 


1,509 


118 


1,627 


91 


7 


98 


324 


18 


342 


1,123 


40 


1,163 


812 


44 


856 


43 


2 


45 



Totals 



19,278 



798 



20.076 



60.579 



?,924 



63,503 



252 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Amherst 


2,997 


1,751 


2,159 


6,907 


225 


36 


1,059 


801 


Antrim 


523 


430 


467 


1,420 


86 


11 


196 


166 


Bedford 


6,847 


2,669 


3,942 


13,458 


216 


91 


1,316 


1,218 


Bennington 


97 


141 


64 


302 


26 


3 


96 


64 


Brookline 


749 


389 


1,337 


2,475 


67 


29 


558 


491 


Deering 


353 


172 


459 


984 


32 


11 


178 


207 


Francestown 


385 


250 


430 


1,065 


26 


15 


209 


182 


Goffstown 


3,578 


2,208 


3,734 


9,520 


305 


152 


1,176 


1,061 


Greenfield 


303 


199 


316 


818 


48 


16 


137 


107 


Greenville 


210 


216 


580 


1,006 


40 


6 


102 


108 


Hancock 


317 


473 


512 


1,302 


64 


5 


258 


221 


Hillsborough 


1,050 


595 


1.228 


2,873 


125 


43 


385 


562 


Hollis 


1.813 


831 


1,816 


4,460 


107 


48 


917 


875 


Hudson 


3,910 


2,999 


4,564 


11,473 


372 


120 


1,129 


1.175 


Litchfield 


1,417 


841 


1,976 


4,234 


128 


49 


521 


513 


Lyndeborough 


315 


209 


631 


1,155 


74 


26 


209 


205 


Manchester Wd 1 


2,382 


2.138 


1,223 


5,743 


210 


64 


644 


555 


Manchester Wd2 


1,527 


1,658 


1,026 


4,211 


297 


29 


552 


483 


Manchester Wd3 


917 


1,337 


960 


3,214 


213 


22 


341 


296 


Manchester Wd4 


1,050 


1.383 


1.129 


3,562 


207 


47 


408 


398 


Manchester Wd5 


747 


1,323 


732 


2,802 


187 


20 


270 


222 


Manchester Wd6 


1,675 


1,734 


1,291 


4,700 


250 


66 


486 


469 


Manchester Wd7 


1,307 


1,841 


854 


4,002 


232 


59 


484 


396 


Manchester Wd8 


1,710 


1,725 


1,232 


4,667 


187 


55 


482 


483 


Manchester Wd9 


1,249 


1,798 


1.134 


4,181 


178 


38 


414 


396 


Manchester Wd 10 


1,395 


1,834 


1,104 


4,333 


196 


56 


387 


369 


Manchester Wd 11 


991 


1,411 


937 


3,339 


207 


59 


405 


324 


Manchester Wd 12 


1,576 


1,403 


1,207 


4,186 


228 


49 


392 


400 


Mason 


228 


185 


420 


833 


19 


21 


183 


130 


Merrimack 


6,289 


4,142 


5.293 


15,724 


384 


134 


1.852 


1.713 


Milford 


3,223 


2,036 


3,357 


8,616 


256 


88 


1,147 


950 


Mont Vernon 


540 


362 


543 


1,445 


43 


25 


245 


219 


Nashua Wdl 


2.031 


1,914 


1.911 


5,856 


164 


76 


876 


787 


Nashua Wd2 


1,723 


1,379 


1,833 


4,935 


208 


42 


576 


590 


Nashua Wd3 


1,431 


1.496 


1,755 


4,682 


183 


32 


513 


623 


Nashua Wd4 


662 


1.238 


1,275 


3,175 


173 


30 


318 


360 


Nashua Wd5 


1,660 


1,556 


2,144 


5,360 


157 


40 


659 


664 


Nashua Wd6 


1,112 


1,589 


1.492 


4,193 


159 


38 


363 


434 


Nashua Wd7 


1,168 


1,372 


1.430 


3,970 


117 


36 


408 


467 


Nashua Wd8 


1,349 


1,308 


1,929 


4,586 


183 


34 


556 


631 


Nashua Wd9 


1,654 


1,559 


2,015 


5,228 


159 


35 


703 


754 


New Boston 


1.139 


520 


1,201 


2,860 


93 


43 


406 


449 


New Ipswich 


936 


328 


1,283 


2.547 


71 


71 


316 


387 


Pelham 


1,920 


2,368 


2,374 


6,662 


105 


100 


854 


551 


Peterborough 


1.193 


1,349 


1.548 


4,090 


158 


30 


775 


542 


Sharon 


78 


64 


107 


249 


8 


7 


50 


47 


Temple 


212 


164 


409 


785 


38 


18 


211 


189 


Weare 


1.776 


1,125 


1.646 


4,547 


148 


36 


784 


415 


Wilton 


737 


761 


823 


2,321 


121 


28 


460 


277 


Windsor 


32 


35 


83 


150 


12 


13 


28 


23 



Totals 



72.483 



60.808 



71.915 205,206 



7.492 



2,202 



25.994 23,949 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



253 



MERRIMACK COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Wd 1 

Concord Wd2 

Concord Wd3 

Concord Wd4 

Concord Wd5 

Concord Wd6 

Concord Wd7 

Concord Wd8 

Concord Wd9 

Concord Wd 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Wdl 

Franklin Wd2 

Franklin Wd3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 





Republican 




*eg. 


Abs. 


Total 


196 


2 


198 


151 


4 


155 


215 


19 


234 


679 


28 


707 


137 


6 


143 


141 


5 


146 


197 


9 


206 


261 


8 


269 


165 


3 


168 


217 


6 


223 


129 


15 


144 


250 


55 


305 


156 


6 


162 


289 


11 


300 


233 


8 


241 


207 


3 


210 


355 


9 


364 


101 


5 


106 


270 


6 


276 


304 


10 


314 


176 


4 


180 


111 


1 


112 


148 


7 


155 


282 


16 


298 


75 


2 


77 


808 


8 


816 


510 


16 


526 


317 


4 


321 


168 


6 


174 


371 


46 


417 


207 


3 


210 


395 


16 


411 


249 


6 


255 


60 


1 


61 


158 


9 


167 


218 


5 


223 


107 


1 


108 


97 


2 


99 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



779 


13 


792 


478 


20 


498 


536 


45 


581 


1,499 


81 


1,580 


338 


29 


367 


665 


20 


685 


453 


17 


470 


874 


27 


901 


658 


29 


687 


667 


40 


707 


942 


85 


1,027 


1,014 


162 


1,176 


665 


36 


701 


977 


77 


1,054 


632 


31 


663 


609 


43 


652 


1,210 


91 


1,301 


162 


14 


176 


459 


11 


470 


682 


22 


704 


441 


12 


453 


369 


9 


378 


438 


21 


459 


907 


31 


938 


173 


7 


180 


1,750 


40 


1,790 


1,305 


129 


1,434 


736 


13 


749 


393 


34 


427 


880 


115 


995 


687 


19 


706 


1,164 


51 


1,215 


477 


9 


486 


250 


9 


259 


445 


17 


462 


647 


36 


683 


362 


12 


374 


331 


31 


362 



TOTALS 



9,110 



371 



9.481 



26.054 



1.488 



27.542 



254 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



MERRIMACK COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Allenstown 


501 


806 


904 


2,211 


160 


52 


430 


187 


Andover 


403 


315 


604 


1,322 


80 


12 


227 


222 


Boscawen 


565 


350 


963 


1,878 


87 


15 


72 


81 


Bow 


2.203 


1.069 


1,641 


4,913 


162 


49 


725 


752 


Bradford 


319 


189 


455 


963 


46 


31 


191 


222 


Canterbury 


432 


403 


846 


1,681 


66 


23 


407 


410 


Chichester 


480 


233 


803 


1,516 


64 


25 


237 


260 


Concord Wdl 


775 


824 


854 


2,453 


191 


21 


299 


202 


Concord Wd2 


578 


562 


831 


1,971 


143 


30 


348 


297 


Concord Wd3 


561 


639 


524 


1.724 


127 


5 


168 


276 


Concord Wd4 


654 


820 


851 


2,325 


180 


11 


373 


298 


Concord Wd5 


906 


1.079 


841 


2,826 


163 


16 


431 


379 


Concord Wd6 


513 


700 


217 


1,430 


167 


14 


266 


217 


Concord Wd7 


896 


1.099 


563 


2,558 


108 


18 


392 


227 


Concord Wd8 


592 


752 


605 


1,949 


105 


18 


221 


230 


Concord Wd9 


709 


657 


627 


1.993 


152 


18 


280 


244 


Concord Wd 10 


1,064 


875 


1,227 


3.166 


187 


19 


520 


539 


Danbury 


258 


172 


269 


699 


17 


15 


105 


61 


Dunbarton 


753 


375 


576 


1,704 


66 


15 


205 


213 


Epsom 


983 


559 


962 


2,504 


81 


37 


333 


369 


Franklin Wdl 


448 


274 


562 


1,284 


73 


37 


197 


199 


Franklin Wd2 


291 


213 


614 


1.118 


72 


9 


236 


234 


Franklin Wd3 


461 


432 


507 


1.400 


64 


19 


231 


145 


Henniker 


902 


797 


888 


2,587 


119 


37 


463 


317 


Hill 


179 


85 


293 


557 


21 


9 


115 


101 


Hooksett 


3,005 


1.970 


1 ,563 


6,538 


305 


71 


452 


536 


Hopkinton 


1.593 


1,399 


1.013 


4,005 


123 


30 


725 


440 


Loudon 


1.104 


445 


1.154 


2,703 


107 


36 


454 


324 


Newbury 


491 


288 


543 


1.322 


40 


28 


302 


218 


New London 


1,311 


583 


1,099 


2,993 


159 


34 


509 


516 


Northfield 


783 


638 


884 


2,305 


125 


37 


377 


289 


Pembroke 


1.455 


972 


1,622 


4,049 


178 


33 


550 


439 


Pittsfield 


796 


627 


828 


2,251 


69 


28 


240 


168 


Salisbury 


244 


122 


419 


785 


22 


7 


166 


173 


Sutton 


428 


340 


456 


1,224 


45 


20 


249 


211 


Warner 


583 


478 


732 


1,793 


78 


31 


397 


358 


Webster 


319 


195 


507 


1.021 


54 


18 


266 


225 


Wilmot 


268 


209 


415 


892 


31 


1 


12 


10 



Totals 



28.806 



22,545 



29,262 



80.613 



4.037 



929 



12.171 



10,589 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



255 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Atkinson 


322 


25 


347 


Auburn 


423 


11 


434 


Brentwood 


170 


19 


189 


Candia 


387 


13 


400 


Chester 


329 


3 


332 


Danville 


219 


3 


222 


Deerfield 


324 


19 


343 


Deny 


1 .350 


45 


1,395 


East Kingston 


160 


6 


166 


Epping 


206 


12 


218 


Exeter 


748 


97 


845 


Fremont 


216 


6 


222 


Greenland 


234 


5 


239 


Hampstead 


491 


35 


526 


Hampton 


748 


85 


833 


Hampton Falls 


168 


13 


181 


Kensington 


122 


7 


129 


Kingston 


342 


16 


358 


Londonderry 


1.077 


42 


1.119 


New Castle 


124 


4 


128 


Newfields 


97 


3 


100 


Newington 


93 


8 


101 


Newmarket 


322 


9 


331 


Newton 


182 


12 


194 


North Hampton 


261 


30 


291 


Northwood 


207 


8 


215 


Nottingham 


216 


9 


225 


Plaistow 


286 


15 


301 


Portsmouth Wd 1 


116 


3 


119 


Portsmouth Wd2 


136 


15 


151 


Portsmouth Wd3 


119 


8 


127 


Portsmouth Wd4 


230 


4 


234 


Portsmouth Wd5 


158 


21 


179 


Raymond 


427 


15 


442 


Rye 


308 


45 


353 


Salem 


1.298 


30 


1,328 


Sandown 


219 


6 


225 


Seabrook 


329 


30 


359 


South Hampton 


36 


2 


38 


Stratham 


404 


14 


418 


Windham 


748 


28 


776 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



1.089 


59 


1,148 


801 


16 


817 


541 


24 


565 


669 


11 


680 


588 


16 


604 


530 


11 


541 


695 


46 


741 


3.781 


110 


3,891 


289 


22 


311 


924 


34 


958 


2,718 


211 


2,929 


457 


12 


469 


628 


23 


651 


1,280 


74 


1,354 


2,977 


273 


3,250 


338 


13 


351 


403 


22 


425 


786 


19 


805 


3,350 


115 


3,465 


281 


17 


298 


356 


20 


376 


147 


11 


158 


1,887 


67 


1,954 


639 


16 


655 


862 


72 


934 


586 


33 


619 


748 


26 


774 


1,042 


27 


1,069 


835 


37 


872 


1,405 


78 


1,483 


593 


41 


634 


1.144 


58 


1,202 


1.163 


106 


1,269 


1,242 


15 


1,257 


1,084 


127 


1.211 


4,087 


154 


4,241 


707 


17 


724 


1,010 


52 


1,062 


193 


6 


199 


1,245 


70 


1.315 


1.736 


87 


1,823 



Totals 



14.352 



781 



15,133 



45.836 



2,248 



48,084 



256 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Atkinson 


1.693 


1.169 


1,845 


4,707 


81 


40 


616 


537 


Auburn 


1,222 


725 


1,011 


2,958 


101 


46 


399 


310 


Brentwood 


765 


435 


807 


2,007 


48 


33 


251 


228 


Candia 


1,258 


613 


763 


2,634 


73 


38 


301 


261 


Chester 


1,009 


401 


969 


2,379 


91 


42 


346 


337 


Danville 


804 


480 


984 


2,268 


63 


34 


188 


222 


Deerfteld 


1,150 


568 


1,169 


2.887 


66 


35 


385 


291 


Derry 


5,316 


3,405 


5,770 


14,491 


498 


191 


2,198 


1,621 


East Kingston 


513 


288 


433 


1,234 


15 


16 


172 


142 


Epping 


1,020 


865 


2,005 


3,890 


80 


44 


563 


495 


Exeter 


3,447 


2,938 


2,459 


8.844 


325 


43 


929 


881 


Fremont 


641 


309 


1.140 


2,090 


42 


49 


313 


224 


Greenland 


855 


701 


667 


2,223 


84 


12 


194 


206 


Hampstead 


2,144 


1,388 


2.175 


5,707 


82 


62 


702 


547 


Hampton 


3,077 


2,652 


4,666 


10,395 


287 


128 


1.409 


1,160 


Hampton Falls 


716 


217 


488 


1,421 


30 


11 


211 


189 


Kensington 


469 


517 


516 


1,502 


35 


25 


245 


175 


Kingston 


1,459 


922 


1 ,050 


3,431 


72 


27 


354 


224 


Londonderry 


5,060 


3,255 


4,512 


12,827 


329 


103 


1 ,586 


1,288 


New Castle 


352 


164 


412 


928 


32 


20 


175 


150 


Newfields 


330 


254 


396 


980 


18 


12 


220 


168 


Newington 


263 


91 


238 


592 


23 


5 


95 


63 


Newmarket 


1,164 


1,036 


2,775 


4,975 


308 


81 


513 


594 


Newton 


702 


658 


1,283 


2,643 


53 


29 


310 


297 


North Hampton 


1,364 


824 


1,731 


3,919 


66 


28 


443 


377 


Northwood 


657 


484 


1,184 


2,325 


97 


31 


487 


384 


Nottingham 


897 


667 


935 


2,499 


80 


12 


68 


324 


Plaistow 


1,246 


852 


2,805 


4,903 


77 


61 


440 


501 


Portsmouth Wd 1 


952 


492 


919 


2,363 


121 


18 


308 


235 


Portsmouth Wd2 


601 


1,615 


1.159 


3,375 


245 


17 


619 


329 


Portsmouth Wd3 


387 


643 


610 


1,640 


62 


13 


253 


190 


Portsmouth Wd4 


1,080 


1,376 


1.141 


3,597 


158 


21 


419 


233 


Portsmouth Wd5 


640 


1,024 


1,544 


3,208 


156 


17 


553 


352 


Raymond 


1,599 


971 


2,576 


5,146 


164 


64 


595 


584 


Rye 


1.817 


1,345 


1,249 


4,411 


98 


15 


465 


234 


Salem 


4.751 


4,455 


5.133 


14,339 


398 


163 


1.450 


1,429 


Sandown 


876 


535 


1.474 


2,885 


88 


43 


368 


322 


Seabrook 


1.646 


1,481 


2.038 


5.165 


108 


59 


529 


235 


South Hampton 


125 


120 


329 


574 


17 


7 


137 


128 


Stratham 


1,832 


1,167 


2.099 


5.098 


140 


45 


697 


584 


Windham 


2,764 


1,317 


2,646 


6,727 


193 


102 


868 


916 



Totals 



58,663 



43,419 



68.105 



170.187 



5.104 



1.842 



11.374 



17.967 



PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY 



257 



STRAFFORD COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Barrington 


423 


11 


434 


Dover Wdl 


122 


8 


130 


Dover Wd2 


141 


8 


149 


Dover Wd3 


232 


9 


241 


Dover Wd4 


216 


12 


228 


Dover Wd5 


147 


4 


151 


Dover Wd6 


181 


8 


189 


Durham 


286 


25 


311 


Famiington 


234 


6 


240 


Lee 


194 


7 


201 


Madbury 


86 


5 


91 


Middleton 


84 


1 


85 


Milton 


170 


7 


177 


New Durham 


163 


11 


174 


Rochester Wd 1 


264 


13 


277 


Rochester Wd2 


254 


13 


267 


Rochester Wd3 


239 


9 


248 


Rochester Wd4 


234 


9 


243 


Rochester Wd5 


196 


15 


211 


Rochester Wd6 


154 


13 


167 


Rollinsford 


112 


9 


121 


Somersworth Wdl 


77 





77 


Somersworth Wd2 


67 


2 


69 


Somersworth Wd3 


73 





73 


Somersworth Wd4 


61 


4 


65 


Somersworth Wd5 


42 





42 


Strafford 


235 


4 


239 



Reg- 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



1,353 


34 


1,387 


892 


30 


922 


951 


39 


990 


1.045 


82 


1,127 


988 


37 


1.025 


764 


38 


802 


821 


29 


850 


2,285 


180 


2.465 


747 


20 


767 


1,012 


59 


1.071 


404 


33 


437 


206 


5 


211 


552 


23 


575 


354 


28 


382 


771 


31 


802 


646 


37 


683 


667 


25 


692 


694 


20 


714 


700 


29 


729 


569 


19 


588 


499 


22 


521 


462 


22 


484 


348 


21 


369 


394 


6 


400 


468 


7 


475 


333 


6 


339 


740 


24 


764 



Totals 



4,687 



213 



4.900 



19.665 



906 



20.571 



258 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



STRAFFORD COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Barrington 


1.453 


1,359 


1,670 


4,482 


158 


58 


665 


482 


Dover Wdl 


636 


1.010 


1,008 


2,654 


181 


9 


343 


265 


Dover Wd2 


641 


1.052 


963 


2,656 


219 


6 


338 


144 


Dover Wd3 


994 


961 


1,055 


3,010 


114 


4 


46 


44 


Dover Wd4 


931 


1,011 


992 


2,934 


139 


10 


277 


280 


Dover Wd5 


646 


731 


837 


2,214 


101 


10 


341 


304 


Dover Wd6 


842 


847 


861 


2,550 


98 


23 


370 


301 


Durham 


1,188 


2,304 


1,807 


5,299 


474 


22 


989 


621 


Farmington 


992 


1,028 


1,048 


3,068 


103 


17 


444 


230 


Lee 


633 


886 


937 


2,456 


119 


13 


365 


349 


Madbury 


291 


281 


495 


1,067 


62 


8 


208 


199 


Middleton 


202 


175 


347 


724 


40 


19 


97 


67 


Milton 


718 


599 


856 


2,173 


98 


30 


261 


203 


New Durham 


579 


347 


498 


1,424 


43 


13 


201 


143 


Rochester Wd 1 


836 


682 


1.023 


2,541 


80 


28 


248 


276 


Rochester Wd2 


893 


723 


764 


2.380 


65 


20 


252 


216 


Rochester Wd3 


874 


694 


868 


2,436 


96 


19 


214 


197 


Rochester Wd4 


732 


906 


698 


2,336 


98 


13 


262 


275 


Rochester Wd5 


794 


728 


835 


2,357 


79 


5 


218 


223 


Rochester Wd 6 


573 


662 


680 


1,915 


68 


24 


207 


169 


Rollinsford 


468 


486 


620 


1,574 


70 


22 


204 


125 


Somers worth Wdl 


321 


440 


600 


1,361 


71 


12 


88 


100 


Somersworth Wd2 


253 


361 


437 


1,051 


37 


7 


100 


76 


Somersworth Wd3 


263 


432 


456 


1,151 


53 


14 


215 


123 


Somersworth Wd4 


301 


505 


541 


1,347 


50 


12 


150 


106 


Somersworth Wd5 


147 


274 


452 


873 


61 


10 


108 


97 


Strafford 


876 


655 


879 


2,410 


110 


18 


298 


302 



Totals 



18,077 



20,139 



22,227 



60,443 



2,887 



446 



7,509 



5,917 



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SULLIVAN COUNTY/BALLOTS CAST 







Republican 






Reg. 


Abs. 


Total 


Acworth 


45 


1 


46 


Charlestovvn 


203 


5 


208 


Claremont Wd 1 


168 


3 


171 


Claremont Wd2 


244 


7 


251 


Claremont Wd3 


171 


3 


174 


Cornish 


103 


7 


110 


Croydon 


57 


1 


58 


Goshen 


75 





75 


Grantham 


184 


12 


1% 


Langdon 


50 





50 


Lempster 


49 


3 


52 


Newport 


233 


13 


246 


Plainfield 


124 


13 


137 


Springfield 


85 


2 


87 


Sunapee 


278 


20 


298 


Unity 


82 


1 


83 


Washington 


80 


2 


82 



Reg. 



Democratic 



Abs. 



Total 



217 


11 


228 


813 


33 


846 


626 


29 


655 


793 


38 


831 


676 


24 


700 


370 


28 


398 


102 


6 


108 


104 


7 


111 


631 


50 


681 


175 


4 


179 


144 


1 


145 


816 


43 


859 


619 


45 


664 


207 


12 


219 


592 


64 


656 


217 


18 


235 


175 


4 


179 



Totals 



2.231 



93 



2.324 



7,277 



417 



7,694 



SULLIVAN COUNTY/NAMES ON CHECKLIST 



Rep. 



Dem. 



Und. 



Total 



No. 1 



No. 2R 



No. 2D 



No. 3 



Acworth 


113 


71 


356 


540 


19 


10 


124 


134 


Charlestown 


736 


947 


1.257 


2,940 


70 


43 


374 


273 


Claremont Wd 1 


550 


680 


585 


1.815 


111 


28 


193 


113 


Claremont Wd2 


872 


777 


718 


2,367 


78 


18 


253 


195 


Claremont Wd3 


582 


862 


692 


2,136 


83 


43 


303 


154 


Cornish 


379 


389 


316 


1,084 


28 


5 


106 


52 


Croydon 


166 


102 


123 


391 


14 


10 


50 


36 


Goshen 


164 


131 


180 


475 


16 


22 


24 


46 


Grantham 


729 


426 


883 


2,038 


63 


11 


408 


271 


Langdon 


140 


113 


150 


403 


13 


7 


84 


50 


Lempster 


157 


142 


232 


531 


13 


95 


6 


69 


Newport 


1.128 


845 


960 


2,933 


95 


8 


41 


342 


Plainfield 


330 


489 


597 


1.416 


47 


21 


356 


240 


Springfield 


300 


142 


281 


723 


25 


8 


136 


125 


Sunapee 


947 


346 


1,139 


2.432 


68 


36 


433 


331 


Unity 


204 


213 


310 


727 


31 


17 


140 


87 


Washington 


251 


225 


172 


648 


13 


10 


114 


104 



Totals 



7,748 



6.900 



8,951 



23,599 



787 



392 



3,145 



2,622 



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DIRECT PRIMARY— 2004 

(The weather on primary election day throughout New Hampshire was clear and sunny with a 
temperature of 68 degrees) 

The direct primary election was held September 14, 2004, with candidates of the 
Republican and Democratic parties participating. 

In the summary immediately following are the full names and residences of the candidates 
-also their total votes. The first set of figures for each office is the Republican primary and 
the second set of figures the Democratic primary. Then follow tables carrying the vote in 
detail and giving only the last names of the candidates. 



SUMMARY 
DIRECT PRIMARY VOTE 

Republican Ballots Cast 66.700 

Republican Absentee Ballots Cast 3,172 

Total Republican Ballots Cast 69,872 

Democratic Ballots Cast 57.897 

Democratic Absentee Ballots Cast 2.952 

Total Democratic Ballots Cast 60.849 

Republican Names on Checklist 246,266 

Democratic Names on Checklist 207,284 

Undeclared Names on Checklist 281,504 

Total Names on Checklist 735,054 

Number of undeclared voters voting Republican 15,923 

Number of undeclared voters voting Democratic 15,831 

For Governor 

Craig R. Benson, Rye 49,097 

Charles A. Tarbell, New Castle 13,621 

John Lynch, Hopkinton 1 ,748 

Richard Green (write-in) 1 ,420 

Peter Heed (write-in) 159 

Paul McEachern, Portsmouth 121 

Total Vote, r 66,166 

John Lynch, Hopkinton 43,798 

Paul McEachern, Portsmouth 14,403 

Craig R. Benson. Rye 49 1 

Richard Green (write-in) 78 

Charles A. Tarbell. New Castle 43 

Peter Heed (write-in) 13 

Total Vote, d 58,826 

For United States Senator 

Judd Gregg, Rye 60.597 

Tom Alciere, Nashua 2,682 

Michael D. Tipa, Nashua 2,563 

Doris R. Haddock. Dublin 143 

Total Vote, r 65,985 

Doris R. Haddock, Dublin 46,745 

Judd Gregg, Rye 375 

Tom Alciere, Nashua 3 

Michael D. Tipa, Nashua 3 

Total Vote, d 47.126 



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For Representative in Congress 

First District 

Jeb Bradley, Wolfeboro 27,285 

R. Bob Tillman Bevill. Merrimack 3,076 

Justin Nadeau, Rye 53 

Peter J. Duffy, Manchester 21 

Bob Bruce, Candia 5 

Total Vote, r 30,440 

Justin Nadeau, Rye 1 2, 150 

Peter J. Duffy. Manchester 5,8 1 3 

Bob Bruce. Candia 4,049 

Travis Joseph Liles. Manchester 83 1 

Jeb Bradley, Wolfeboro 73 

R. Bob Tillman Bevill, Merrimack 6 

Total Vote, d 22,922 

For Representative in Congress 

Second District 

Charles Bass, Peterborough 25,414 

Mark Brady. Jefferson 10,167 

Paul W. Hodes, Concord 28 

Chris Owen. Wilton 5 

Total Vote, r 35,614 

Paul W. Hodes. Concord 15.161 

Chris Owen. Wilton 9.792 

Charles Bass, Peterborough 146 

Mark Brady. Jefferson 42 

Total Vote, d 25.141 

For Executive Council 

First District 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath, r 12,120 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath 655 

Clifton Below. Lebanon (write-in) 653 

Total vote, d 1,308 

Second District 

Peter J. Spaulding, Hopkinton 1 1 ,5 1 7 

John D. Shea, Nelson 5 

Total Vote, r 1 1,522 

John D. Shea, Nelson 11,499 

Peter J. Spaulding, Hopkinton 40 

Total Vote, d 1 1,539 

Third District 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth, r 11,274 

Ruth L. Griffin. Portsmouth, d 89 

Fourth District 

Raymond J. Wieczorek. Manchester 10,665 

Raymond Buckley. Manchester 30 

Total Vote, r 10.695 

Raymond Buckley, Manchester 8,7 1 2 

Raymond J. Wieczorek, Manchester 56 

Total Vote, d 8,768 

Fifth District 

Dave Wheeler. Milford 8,592 

Philip J. Stylianos, Nashua 3,892 

Debora B. Pignatelli, Nashua 45 

Total Vote, r 12,529 

Debora B. Pignatelli, Nashua 8,691 

Dave Wheeler, Milford 23 

Philip J. Stylianos, Nashua 7 

Total Vote, d 8,721 



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For State Senate 
First District 

John T. Gallus, Berlin 2,501 

Jerry Sorlucco, Littleton 6 

Total Vote, r 2,507 

Jerry Sorlucco, Littleton 1 ,705 

John T. Gallus, Berlin 53 

Total Vote, d 1,758 

Second District 

Carl R. Johnson, Meredith 2,563 

Richard S. Brothers, Campton 1,318 

Sid Lovett, Holderness 10 

Total Vote, r 3,891 

Sid Lovett, Holderness 1 ,85 1 

Carl R. Johnson, Meredith 16 

Richard S. Brothers, Campton 7 

Total Vote, d 1,874 

Third District 

Joseph D. Kenney, Wakefield 2,070 

William W. Farnum, Tamworth (write-in) 56 

Total Vote, r 2,126 

William W. Farnum, Tamworth (write-in) 444 

Joseph D. Kenney, Wakefield 17 

Total Vote, d 461 

Fourth District 

Robert K. Boyce, Alton 2,158 

Beth Arsenault, Laconia 1 

Total Vote, r 2,159 

Beth Arsenault, Laconia 1 ,494 

Robert K. Boyce, Alton 3 

Total Vote, d 1,497 

Fifth District 

James Dean, Lebanon 1 ,679 

Peter Hoe Burling, Cornish 24 

Total Vote, r 1,703 

Peter Hoe Burling, Cornish 2,761 

James Dean, Lebanon 2 

Total Vote, d 2,763 

Sixth District 

Richard Green, Rochester 1 ,907 

Marlene M. DeChane, Barrington 7 

Total Vote, r 1.914 

Marlene M. DeChane, Barrington 2, 160 

Richard Green, Rochester 20 

Total Vote, d 2,180 

Seventh District 

Robert B. Flanders, Antrim 2,512 

Beth Rodd. Bradford 10 

Total Vote, r 2,522 

Beth Rodd, Bradford 2,398 

Robert B. Flanders, Antrim 3 

Total Vote, d 2,401 

Eighth District 

Bob Odell, Lempster 2,259 

Carroll D. French, Langdon 7 

Total Vote, r 2,266 

Carroll D. French, Langdon 2,004 

Bob Odell, Lempster 53 

Total Vote, d 2,057 



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Ninth District 

Sheila Roberge, Bedford 2,852 

Rose H. Arthur. Merrimack 2 

Total Vote, r 2,854 

Rose H. Arthur, Merrimack 1 ,642 

Sheila Roberge, Bedford 2 

Total Vote, d 1,646 

Tenth District 

Tom Eaton, Keene 1 ,80 1 

McKim W. Mitchell, Chesterfield 24 

Total Vote, r 1,825 

McKim W. Mitchell. Chesterfield 2,420 

Tom Eaton, Keene 82 

Total Vote, d 2,502 

Eleventh District 

Peter Bragdon. Milford 2,817 

Andrew R. Peterson, Peterborough 2,440 

Total Vote, r 5,257 

Mark Femald, Sharon (write-in) 287 

Andrew R. Peterson, Peterborough 182 

Peter Bragdon, Milford 35 

Total Vote, d 504 

Twelfth District 

Harry Haytayan, Hollis 1 ,609 

Paul LaFlamme, Nashua 954 

Joseph W. DuBois, Jr., Nashua 152 

David Gottesman, Nashua 6 

Total Vote, r 2,721 

David Gottesman. Nashua 1 ,438 

Harry Haytayan, Hollis 9 

Paul LaFlamme, Nashua 7 

Total Vote, d 1,454 

Thirteenth District 

Joe Foster, Nashua, r 58 

Joe Foster, Nashua, d 1 , 102 

Fourteenth District. 

Robert Clegg, Hudson 1,689 

John Knowles, Hudson 1 

Total Vote, r 1,690 

John Knowles, Hudson, d 1 .096 

Fifteenth District 

Jeff Newman, Concord 1 .964 

Sylvia B. Larsen, Concord 38 

Total Vote, r 2,002 

Sylvia B. Larsen, Concord 3,973 

Jeff Newman, Concord 1 

Total Vote, d 3,974 

Sixteenth District 

Theodore Gatsas, Manchester 2,778 

Tom St. Martin, Candia 1 

Total Vote, r 2.779 

Tom St. Martin, Candia 2,166 

Theodore Gatsas, Manchester 21 

Total Vote, d 2,187 

Seventeenth District 

John S. Bames. Jr.. Raymond, r 2,307 

Corey E. Corbin, Sandown 1 ,367 

John S. Bames, Jr., Raymond 12 

Total Vote, d 1,379 



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Eighteenth District 

Andre A. Martel. Manchester 1,611 

Dave Gelinas. Manchester 10 

Total Vote, r 1,621 

Dave Gelinas, Manchester 2, 197 

Andre A. Martel, Manchester 7 

Total Vote, d 2,204 

Nineteenth District 

Bob Letoumeau, Derry 1 ,652 

Frank V. Sapareto, Derry 1 .540 

Total Vote, r 3,192 

Grace L. Reisdorf , Derry 1 . 1 62 

Frank V Sapareto, Derry 11 

Bob Letourneau, Derry 5 

Total Vote, d 1.178 

Twentieth District 

Joseph Kelly Levasseur, Manchester 1 ,796 

Lou D'Allesandro, Manchester 3 

Total Vote, r 1,799 

Lou D'Allesandro, Manchester 2,236 

Joseph Kelly Levasseur, Manchester, r 10 

Total Vote, d 2,246 

Twenty-First District 

Daniel J. Philbrick, Dover 1,221 

Jim Boynton, Epping 674 

Matt Mayberry, Dover 458 

Iris Estabrook, Durham 13 

Total Vote, r 2,366 

Iris Estabrook, Durham 2,304 

Peter Macdonald, Lee 418 

Daniel J. Philbrick. Dover 15 

Matt Mayberry, Dover 6 

Jim Boynton, Epping 1 

Total Vote, d 2,744 

Twenty-Second District 

Chuck Morse, Salem, r 3,172 

Michael K. Garofalo. Salem 1,907 

Chuck Morse, Salem 11 

Total Vote, d 1,918 

Twenty-Third District 

Russell Prescott, Kingston 1 ,825 

Maggie Wood Hassan, Exeter 22 

Total Vote, r 1,847 

Maggie Wood Hassan, Portsmouth 1,873 

Russell Prescott, Kingston 4 

Total Vote, d 1,877 

Twenty-Fourth District 

John E. Lyons, Jr., Portsmouth 2,054 

Anne Emily Caplin, Portsmouth 1 ,339 

Martha Fuller Clark, Portsmouth 4 

Total Vote, r 3,397 

Martha Fuller Clark, Portsmouth 3,209 

John E. Lyons, Jr., Portsmouth 18 

Anne Emily Caplin, Portsmouth 10 

Total Vote, d 3,237 



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COUNTY OFFICES 
BELKNAP COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Daniel Collis, Laconia. r 2,882 

Daniel Collis, Laconia. d 71 

For County Attorney 

Lauren J. Noether, Tilton, r 2,812 

Lauren J. Noether. Tilton, d 39 

For Treasurer 

Robert E. Corbin, Belmont, r 2,812 

Robert E. Corbin, Belmont, d 10 

For Register of Deeds 

Rachel M. Normandin. Laconia, r 2,9 1 9 

Rachel M. Normandin. Laconia. d 33 

For Register of Probate 

Karen Brickner. Bamstead. r 2,77 1 

Karen Brickner, Barnstead, d 11 

For County Commissioner 
Second District 

Gordon E. Bartlett, Belmont 792 

Andrew Patterson, Sanbomton 3 

Total Vote, r 795 

Andrew Patterson. Sanbomton 392 

Gordon E. Bartlett. Belmont 2 

Total Vote, d 394 

Third District 

Christopher Boothby. Meredith, r 1 ,259 

Christopher Boothby, Meredith, d 3 

CARROLL COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Scott A. Carr, Ossipee, r 2.108 

Scott A. Carr. Ossipee. d 75 

For County Attorney 

Robin J. Gordon, Tamworth, r 71 

Robin J. Gordon, Tamworth. d 1 ,296 

For Treasurer 

Godfrey Howard, Tuftonboro. r 1 .847 

Godfrey Howard, Tuftonboro, r 8 

For Register of Deeds 

Lillian O. Brookes, Wolfeboro, r 2,054 

Lillian O. Brookes. Wolfeboro, d 21 

For Register of Probate 

Gail A. Monet. Madison, r 1 ,977 

Gail A. Monet, Madison, d 14 



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For County Commissioner 

First District 

David C. Sorensen, Eaton, r 2,0 1 2 

David C. Sorensen, Eaton, d 10 

Third District 

Marge M. Webster, Wolfeboro, r 1 ,922 

Marge M. Webster, Wolfeboro, d 7 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Richard A. Foote, Swanzey, r 3,375 

Richard A. Foote, Swanzey, d 1 26 

For County Attorney 

William M. Albrecht, Keene, r 3,356 

William M. Albrecht, Keene 35 1 

Peter Heed, Westmoreland (write-in) 197 

Total Vote, d 548 

For Treasurer 

Fred S. Parker, Keene, r 3,317 

Stuart E. West, Westmoreland 2,873 

Fred S. Parker, Keene 9 

Total Vote, d 2,882 

For Register of Deeds 

Evelyn S. Hubal, Keene, r 3,362 

Evelyn S. Hubal, Keene, d 112 

For Register of Probate 

Elizabeth B. Minkler, Keene, r 3,321 

Elizabeth B. Minkler, Keene, d 52 

For County Commissioner 

Second District 

Roger Zerba, Keene, r 11 

Roger Zerba, Keene, d 1,189 

Third District 

Jonathan Sistare, Dublin, r 1 ,582 

Jonathan Sistare, Dublin, d 6 



COOS COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Alan J. Tardif, Berlin, r 1,522 

Alan J. Tardif, Berlin, d 93 

For County Attorney 

Pierre J. Morin, Berlin, r 1 ,504 

Pierre J. Morin, Berlin, d 57 

For Treasurer 

Donald M. Bisson, Berlin, r 1,519 

Donald M. Bisson. Berlin, d 26 

For Register of Deeds 

Brent W. Lyons, Colebrook 1,423 

Carole A. Lamirande, Berlin 42 

Total Vote, r 1 ,465 



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269 



Carole A. Lamirande, Berlin . 
Brent W. Lyons, Colebrook . . . 

Total Vote, d 

For Register of Probate 

Terri L. Peterson, Lancaster, r . 
Terri L. Peterson, Lancaster, d 

For County Commissioner 

First District 

Paul R. Grenier, Berlin, r 
Paul R. Grenier, Berlin, d . . . . 

Second District 

Thomas M. Brady. Jefferson . . 
John R. Gardiner, Carroll 
Jeff Woodburn, Whitefield . . . 

Total Vote, r 

Jeff Woodburn, Whitefield . . . 
Thomas M. Brady, Jefferson . . 
John R. Gardiner. Carroll 

Total Vote, d 



1,209 

16 

1,225 

1,490 

25 



17 
589 



528 

273 

3 

804 

385 

9 

1 

395 



GRAFTON COUNTY 



For Sheriff 

Douglas R. Dutile, Haverhill 

Barry W. Wingate, Bristol 

Joseph G. Chivell II, Rumney 

Total Vote, r 

Douglas R. Dutile. Haverhill 

Barry W. Wingate, Bristol 

Joseph G. Chivell II, Rumney 

Total Vote, d 

For County Attorney 

Ricardo St. Hilaire, Enfield, r 

Ricardo St. Hilaire, Enfield, d 

For Treasurer 

Carol A. Elliott, Plymouth, r 

Carol A. Elliott, Plymouth, d 

For Register of Deeds 

Joel A. DuPuis, Haverhill, r 

Joel A. DuPuis, Haverhill, d 

For Register of Probate 

Rebecca R. Wyman, Haverhill, r 

Rebecca R. Wyman, Haverhill, d . . . . 

For County Commissioner 

First District 

Karen Melendy Cervantes. Lebanon, r 
Michael J. Cryans, Hanover, d 

Second District 

Raymond S. Burton. Bath, r 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath, d 

Third District 

Bill Gabler, Hebron 

Steve S. Panagoulis, Plymouth 

Total Vote, r 



2,496 
1,463 

570 
4,529 

529 

278 
78 

885 



164 
59 



4,296 
37 



4,183 
39 



4,213 
29 



637 
1,395 



1,781 
31 



1,156 

856 

2,012 



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Steve S. Panagoulis, Plymouth 63 

Bill Gabler, Hebron 45 

Total Vote, d 108 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

James A. Hardy, Pelham, r 16.526 

Benjamin demons, Nashua (write-in) 201 

James A. Hardy, Pelham 157 

Total Vote, d 358 

For County Attorney 

Marguerite Lefebvre Wageling, Manchester 10,328 

Paul Joseph Haley, Hillsborough 7,361 

Total Vote, r 1 7,689 

Marguerite Lefebvre Wageling, Manchester 813 

Paul Joseph Haley, Hillsborough 112 

Total Vote, d 925 

For Treasurer 

David G. Fredette, Nashua 1 6,235 

Nick Panagopoulos, Manchester 6 

Total Vote, r 16,241 

Nick Panagopoulos, Manchester 11 ,278 

David G. Fredette, Nashua 19 

Total Vote, d 11 ,297 

For Register of Deeds 

Judith MacDonald, Merrimack, r 1 6,730 

Vicki Meagher. Nashua (write-in) 190 

Judith MacDonald, Merrimack 92 

Total Vote, d 282 

For Register of Probate 

Bob Rivard, Manchester, r 16,489 

Bob Rivard, Manchester, d 218 

For County Commissioner 
First District 

Toni Pappas, Manchester 3,592 

Philip C. Therrien, Manchester 1 .507 

Total Vote, r 5,099 

Toni Pappas, Manchester 73 

Philip C. Therrien, Manchester 5 

Total Vote, d 78 

Second District 

Rhona M. Charbonneau, Hudson 4,525 

Michael R. Clemons, Nashua I 

Total Vote, r 4,526 

Michael R. Clemons, Nashua 3,296 

Rhona M. Charbonneau, Hudson 2 

Total Vote, d 3,298 

Third District 

Carol H. Holden, Amherst 4,898 

Richard Roulx, Merrimack 2,603 

Joseph G. Hickey, Sr.. Merrimack 3 

Total Vote, r 7.504 

Joseph G. Hickey. Sr., Merrimack 3,963 



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Carol H. Holden, Amherst 6 

Total Vote, d 3,969 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Chester L. Jordan. Bow 4,795 

Pete Brigham. Concord 1,827 

Clark M. Karolian, Hooksett 89 

Total Vote, r 6.7 1 1 

Clark M. Karolian, Hooksett 6,209 

Chester L. Jordan, Bow 81 

Total Vote, d 6,290 

For County Attorney 

Dan St. Hilaire. Concord 4,396 

Scott Jordan. Bow A 2,849 

Total Vote, r 7,245 

Scott Jordan. Bow 54 1 

Dan St. Hilaire. Concord 510 

Total Vote, d 1 ,05 1 

For Treasurer 

Stuart D. Trachy. Franklin, r 6,214 

Stuart D. Trachy. Franklin, d 5 

For Register of Deeds 

Kathi L. Guay. Loudon, r 6,49 1 

Kathi L. Guay, Loudon, d 43 

For Register of Probate 

Jane D. W. Bradstreet, Hopkinton. r 6. 149 

Jane D.W. Bradstreet, Hopkinton. d 49 

For County Commissioner 

Second District 

Bronwyn Asplund-Walsh. Franklin, r 1,814 

Bronwyn Asplund-Walsh. Franklin, d 6 

Second District 

J. D. Colcord, Warner, r 2,575 

J. D. Colcord, Warner, d 13 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Dan Linehan, Danville 

Brett Antul-Cabral. Auburn 

Total Vote, r 

Brett Antul-Cabral, Auburn 

Dan Linehan. Danville 

Total Vote, d 

For County Attorney 

Jim Reams, Hampton, r 

Rachel A. Israel, Derry (write-in) (not qualified) 

Jim Reams, Hampton 

Total Vote, d 

For Treasurer 

Edward R. Buck III. Hampton 

David Ahearn. Hampton Falls 



12.135 


3 


12,138 


7,504 


30 


7.534 


11,606 


130 


37 


167 


11,394 


2 



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Total Vote, r 1 1,396 

David Ahearn, Hampton Falls 7,827 

Edward R. Buck III, Hampton 1 

Total Vote, d 7,828 

For Register of Deeds 

Cathy Stacey, Salem 12,02 1 

Herb Moyer, Exeter 7 

Total Vote, r 12,028 

Herb Moyer, Exeter 8,058 

Cathy Stacey, Salem 16 

Total Vote, d 8,074 

For Register of Probate 

Andrew Christie, Jr., Hampton Falls 11 ,747 

Debra Crapo, Rye 3 

Total Vote, r 11 ,750 

Debra Crapo, Rye 8,101 

Andrew Christie, Jr., Hampton Falls 2 

Total Vote, d 8,103 

For County Commissioner 

First District 

Katharin Pratt, Hampton, r 4,019 

Richard T DiPentima, Portsmouth 3,25 1 

Katharin Pratt, Hampton 4 

Total Vote, d 3,255 

Second District 

Maureen Barrows, Exeter 2,369 

Joseph A. Guthrie. Hampstead 1 ,868 

Total Vote, r 4,237 

Vincent DeChane, Newmarket 2,384 

Maureen Barrows, Exeter 28 

Joseph A. Guthrie, Hampstead 15 

Total Vote, d 2,427 

Third District 

Don Stritch, Auburn, r 3,963 

Ruth-Ellen Post, Windham, d 2,173 



STRAFFORD COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Wayne M. Estes, Milton, r 4,218 

Wayne M. Estes, Milton, d 86 

For County Attorney 

Janice K. Rundles, Lee, r 35 

Janice K. Rundles, Lee. d 4,885 

For Treasurer 

Matthew G. Scruton. Farmington 3,742 

Pamela J. Arnold, Milton 14 

Total Vote, r 3,756 

Pamela J. Arnold, Milton 4,750 

Matthew G. Scruton, Farmington 6 

Total Vote, d 4,756 

For Register of Deeds 

Leo E. Lessard. Milton, r 211 

Leo E. Lessard. Milton, d 4,940 



DIRECT PRIMARY 273 



For Register of Probate 

Kimberly Quint. Dover, r 30 

Kimberly Quint. Dover, d 4.605 

For County Commissioners 

Cal Schroeder. Strafford 3,041 

Ralph W. Torr. Rochester 2,996 

James Martel. Strafford 2,455 

Lucien G. Levesque. Rochester 1 .933 

George Maglaras. Dover 20 

Paul J. Dumont. Rochester 11 

Ronald Chagnon. Farmington 4 

Total Vote, r 10.460 

Paul J. Dumont. Rochester 4.307 

Ronald Chagnon, Farmington 4, 1 82 

George Maglaras, Dover 4, 177 

Cal Schroeder. Strafford 11 

Ralph W. Torr. Rochester 

Lucien G. Levesque, Rochester 6 

James Martel. Strafford 3 

Total Vote, d 12,693 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 

For Sheriff 

Michael Prozzo, Jr., Claremont, r 1 ,642 

Michael Prozzo, Jr., Claremont, d 135 

For County Attorney 

Marc Hathaway, Newport, r 1 .598 

Marc Hathaway. Newport, d 89 

For Treasurer 

Mark A. Pitkin, Newport, r 1 ,53 1 

Cynthia Sweeney. Charlestown (write-in) 43 

Mark A. Pitkin. Newport 10 

Total Vote, d 53 

For Register of Deeds 

Sharron A. King, Newport, r 1 .60 1 

Sharron A. King, Newport, d 35 

For Register of Probate 

Diane M. Davis, Newport, r 1,585 

Levi Sanders. Claremont 1.157 

Diane M. Davis. Newport 11 

Total Vote, d 1,168 

For County Commissioner 

Second District 

Ben Nelson, Newport, r 1 ,568 

Ben Nelson, Newport, d 11 

Third District 

Rudolf Adler. Lempster 1,459 

Ethel Jarvis. Unity 9 

Total Vote, r 1.468 

Ethel Jarvis, Unity 1 .345 

Rudolf Adler, Lempster 3 

Total Vote, d 1.348 



274 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR: COUNTY SUMMARY 





Repu 


blican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Belknap 


2,367 


624 


Carroll 


1,849 


458 


Cheshire 


2,576 


880 


Coos 


1,129 


454 


Grafton 


3,498 


993 


Hillsborough 


17,122 


3,213 


Merrimack 


4,262 


2,331 


Rockingham 


11,251 


3,399 


Strafford 


3,779 


833 


Sullivan 


1,264 


436 



Democratic 



Lynch McEachern 



1,559 


371 


1,292 


474 


2,622 


1,923 


1,210 


254 


3,067 


1,207 


3,523 


3,065 


7,568 


1,559 


7,302 


3,363 


4,419 


1,482 


1,236 


705 



Totals 



49,097 



13.621 



43,798 



14,403 



GOVERNOR: BELKNAP COUNTY 





Republican 






Benson Tarbell 


Alton 


239 


43 


Barnstead 


125 


54 


Belmont 


150 


60 


Center Harbor 


87 


22 


Gilford 


336 


89 


Gilmanton 


101 


41 


Laconia Ward 1 


145 


33 


Laconia Ward 2 


94 


30 


Laconia Ward 3 


75 


28 


Laconia Ward 4 


105 


20 


Laconia Ward 5 


52 


14 


Laconia Ward 6 


126 


27 


Meredith 


363 


73 


New Hampton 


135 


21 


Sanbornton 


121 


25 


Tilton 


113 


44 



Democratic 



Lynch McEachern 



97 


29 


138 


33 


150 


28 


34 


4 


166 


59 


85 


31 


72 


13 


65 


12 


87 


11 


61 


15 


86 


12 


69 


10 


163 


48 


74 


15 


91 


32 


121 


19 



Totals 



2,367 



624 



1,559 



371 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



275 



GOVERNOR: CARROLL COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Albany 


27 


7 


Bartlett 


121 


30 


Brookfield 


56 


10 


Chatham 


15 


6 


Conway 


200 


49 


Eaton 


17 


3 


Effingham 


44 


7 


Freedom 


37 


24 


Hale's Location 


10 





Hart's Location 


4 


3 


Jackson 


67 


22 


Madison 


74 


24 


Moultonborough 


210 


45 


Ossipee 


169 


44 


Sandwich 


83 


29 


Tamworth 


91 


26 


Tuftonboro 


126 


44 


Wakefield 


186 


33 


Wolfe boro 


312 


52 



Democratic 



Lvnch McEachern 



26 


14 


67 


16 


39 


8 


7 


2 


141 


43 


15 


11 


46 


11 


44 


21 





1 


1 


1 


59 


25 


74 


18 


85 


27 


96 


25 


81 


82 


137 


73 


43 


21 


131 


33 


200 


42 



Totals 



1,849 



458 



1,292 



474 



GOVERNOR: CHESHIRE COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Alstead 


39 


22 


Chesterfield 


84 


34 


Dublin 


115 


45 


Fitzwilliam 


57 


25 


Gilsum 


14 


11 


Harrisville 


28 


11 


Hinsdale 


74 


38 


Jaffrey 


330 


74 


Keene Ward 1 


40 


17 


Keene Ward 2 


78 


33 


Keene Ward 3 


85 


47 


Keene Ward 4 


116 


59 


Keene Ward 5 


91 


55 


Marlborough 


45 


20 


Marlow 


23 


9 


Nelson 


20 


12 


Richmond 


36 


17 


Rindge 


703 


137 


Roxbury 


3 


5 


Stoddard 


61 


15 


Sullivan 


23 


6 


Surry 


19 


14 


Swanzey 


145 


51 


Troy 


49 


25 


Walpole 


136 


33 


Westmoreland 


61 


37 


Winchester 


101 


28 



Democratic 



Lynch McEachern 



47 


55 


123 


89 


88 


90 


50 


55 


4 


24 


59 


84 


107 


51 


188 


150 


136 


63 


198 


113 


78 


187 


203 


94 


190 


152 


85 


79 


31 


21 


45 


39 


32 


32 


240 


127 


13 


12 


56 


27 


35 


12 


29 


12 


141 


114 


45 


28 


190 


81 


79 


76 


130 


56 



Totals 



2,576 



880 



2.622 



1.923 



276 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR: COOS COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Berlin Ward 1 


44 


14 


Berlin Ward 2 


43 


24 


Berlin Ward 3 


90 


32 


Berlin Ward 4 


23 


7 


Carroll 


67 


11 


Clarksville 


16 


6 


Colebrook 


72 


37 


Columbia 


28 


18 


Dalton 


4 


22 


Dixville 


7 


1 


Dummer 


18 


6 


Errol 


21 




Gorham 


71 


30 


Jefferson 


99 


48 


Lancaster 


172 


73 


Milan 


48 


17 


Millsfield 


9 




Northumberland 


45 


14 


Pittsburg 


43 


19 


Randolph 


32 


8 


Shelbume 


7 


8 


Stark 


12 


14 


Stewartstown 


31 


9 


Stratford 


12 


8 


Went worth's Location 


2 


1 


Whitefield 


113 


27 



Democratic 



Lynch McEachern 



138 


28 


146 


17 


159 


20 


123 


25 


32 


6 


6 


2 


58 


12 


5 


— 


19 


5 


5 




6 


2 


7 


5 


112 


29 


21 


5 


86 


27 


52 


12 








50 


8 


16 




47 


9 


17 


8 


15 


10 


14 


2 


21 


4 



55 



Totals 



1,129 



454 



1,210 



254 



No votes cast in: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Cambridge, Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Green's Grant, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Low & 
Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location, Odell, Pinkham's Grant, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, 
Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



277 



GOVERNOR: GRAFTON COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Alexandria 


104 


29 


Ashland 


127 


20 


Bath 


68 


22 


Benton 


24 


4 


Bethlehem 


70 


28 


Bridgewater 


69 


23 


Bristol 


201 


61 


Campton 


148 


29 


Canaan 


95 


31 


Dorchester 


23 


7 


Easton 


9 


1 


Ellsworth 


9 


4 


Enfield 


105 


43 


Franconia 


59 


12 


Grafton 


59 


22 


Groton 


37 


13 


Hanover 


138 


42 


Haverhill 


313 


94 


Hebron 


85 


26 


Holderness 


119 


30 


Landaff 


26 


12 


Lebanon Ward 1 


116 


37 


Lebanon Ward 2 


94 


26 


Lebanon Ward 3 


102 


27 


Lincoln 


60 


27 


Lisbon 


46 


14 


Littleton 


244 


70 


Livermore 








Lyman 


26 


8 


Lyme 


62 


16 


Monroe 


53 


11 


Orange 


12 





Orford 


60 


14 


Piermont 


36 


18 


Plymouth 


206 


46 


Rumney 


155 


29 


Sugar Hill 


34 


7 


Thornton 


113 


39 


Warren 


61 


19 


Waterville Valley 


20 


6 


Wentworth 


63 


12 


Woodstock 


47 


14 



Democratic 



Lvnch McEachern 



64 


7 


56 


8 


27 


3 


7 


1 


86 


14 


37 


10 


96 


21 


73 


14 


62 


42 


13 


4 


11 


2 


6 


2 


100 


50 


63 


12 


48 


15 


12 


3 


694 


298 


83 


31 


26 


6 


97 


24 


8 


8 


159 


90 


155 


74 


171 


92 


33 


11 


19 


3 


184 


16 








15 


7 


178 


114 


18 


4 


17 


7 


40 


53 


15 


28 


187 


59 


50 


25 


32 


4 


51 


21 


17 


7 


7 


7 


20 


8 


30 


2 



Totals 



3,498 



993 



3,067 



1.207 



278 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Amherst 


841 


174 


Antrim 


143 


24 


Bedford 


1238 


198 


Bennington 


80 


22 


Brookline 


263 


45 


Deering 


93 


18 


Francestown 


100 


23 


Goffstown 


997 


234 


Greenfield 


116 


22 


Greenville 


63 


24 


Hancock 


96 


47 


Hillsborough 


251 


70 


Hollis 


701 


139 


Hudson 


602 


68 


Litchfield 


242 


26 


Lyndeborough 


94 


29 


Manchester Ward 1 


553 


125 


Manchester Ward 2 


294 


70 


Manchester Ward 3 


178 


32 


Manchester Ward 4 


227 


42 


Manchester Ward 5 


164 


22 


Manchester Ward 6 


340 


59 


Manchester Ward 7 


235 


47 


Manchester Ward 8 


358 


36 


Manchester Ward 9 


276 


42 


Manchester Ward 10 


321 


51 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


172 


25 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


357 


46 


Mason 


66 


19 


Merrimack 


961 


196 


Milford 


895 


179 


Mont Vernon 


148 


31 


Nashua Ward 1 


439 


60 


Nashua Ward 2 


293 


51 


Nashua Ward 3 


243 


54 


Nashua Ward 4 


113 


12 


Nashua Ward 5 


289 


52 


Nashua Ward 6 


176 


24 


Nashua Ward 7 


181 


39 


Nashua Ward 8 


194 


36 


Nashua Ward 9 


286 


38 


New Boston 


211 


50 


New Ipswich 


419 


47 


Pel ham 


1637 


217 


Peterborough 


454 


170 


Sharon 


35 


12 


Temple 


102 


33 


We are 


297 


82 


Wilton 


274 


45 


Windsor 


14 


6 



Democratic 




nch McEachern 


330 


84 


95 


57 


649 


89 


48 


25 


104 


40 


54 


28 


79 


74 


710 


145 


60 


53 


61 


34 


83 


98 


186 


40 


247 


57 


402 


98 


147 


25 


52 


20 


736 


92 


497 


56 


333 


67 


331 


54 


301 


44 


425 


75 


402 


40 


413 


57 


496 


75 


437 


65 


279 


26 


320 


40 


39 


16 


659 


115 


346 


77 


101 


22 


318 


59 


209 


33 


250 


52 


176 


22 


263 


44 


192 


35 


262 


32 


263 


29 


213 


53 


153 


35 


82 


48 


962 


268 


313 


294 


18 


19 


51 


39 


208 


27 


160 


85 


8 


3 



Totals 



17,122 



3,213 



13,523 



3.065 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



279 



GOVERNOR: MERRIMACK COUNTY 





Repul 


blican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Allenstown 


92 


27 


Andover 


92 


40 


Boscawen 


80 


62 


Bow 


328 


176 


Bradford 


57 


24 


Canterbury 


77 


84 


Chichester 


99 


71 


Concord Ward 1 


99 


68 


Concord Ward 2 


49 


48 


Concord Ward 3 


66 


58 


Concord Ward 4 


73 


68 


Concord Ward 5 


98 


83 


Concord Ward 6 


44 


45 


Concord Ward 7 


104 


69 


Concord Ward 8 


98 


65 


Concord Ward 9 


91 


64 


Concord Ward 1 


132 


99 


Danbury 


70 


14 


Dunbarton 


119 


52 


Epsom 


150 


85 


Franklin Ward 1 


84 


45 


Franklin Ward 2 


42 


23 


Franklin Ward 3 


55 


32 


Henniker 


125 


85 


Hill 


36 


10 


Hooksett 


526 


110 


Hopkinton 


197 


127 


Loudon 


141 


77 


Newbury 


112 


39 


New London 


214 


106 


Northrield 


103 


55 


Pembroke 


154 


107 


Pittsfield 


131 


50 


Salisbury 


42 


26 


Sutton 


75 


32 


Warner 


97 


54 


Webster 


49 


31 


Wilmot 


61 


20 



Democratic 


vnch McEachern 


196 


23 


102 


27 


139 


17 


471 


76 


106 


26 


215 


48 


145 


23 


214 


44 


178 


38 


212 


43 


341 


64 


398 


74 


215 


35 


356 


61 


254 


37 


207 


55 


370 


103 


55 


11 


134 


21 


186 


32 


91 


21 


63 


12 


68 


11 


217 


80 


33 


6 


386 


53 


679 


102 


120 


42 


88 


33 


250 


85 


161 


21 


290 


41 


110 


26 


67 


23 


95 


36 


195 


55 


92 


24 


69 


30 



Totals 



4.262 



,331 



7,568 



1.559 



280 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR: ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Atkinson 


468 


64 


Auburn 


206 


52 


Brentwood 


124 


54 


Candia 


212 


39 


Chester 


221 


48 


Danville 


221 


44 


Deerfield 


160 


48 


Derry 


1122 


202 


East Kingston 


89 


19 


Epping 


262 


48 


Exeter 


515 


248 


Fremont 


146 


33 


Greenland 


165 


121 


Hampstead 


367 


69 


Hampton 


620 


248 


Hampton Falls 


135 


50 


Kensington 


59 


24 


Kingston 


157 


39 


Londonderry 


971 


166 


New Castle 


73 


142 


Newfields 


62 


24 


Newington 


61 


48 


Newmarket 


161 


90 


Newton 


87 


11 


North Hampton 


204 


103 


Northwood 


114 


48 


Nottingham 


110 


36 


Plaistow 


147 


16 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


74 


39 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


65 


73 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


66 


48 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


189 


128 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


95 


111 


Raymond 


276 


71 


Rye 


300 


231 


Salem 


1118 


141 


Sandown 


149 


19 


Seabrook 


177 


41 


South Hampton 


37 


4 


Stratham 


193 


191 


Windham 


1273 


168 



Democratic 


'nch 


McEachern 


143 


52 


132 


15 


82 


33 


93 


44 


72 


228 


85 


22 


117 


41 


510 


123 


44 


18 


162 


30 


489 


213 


48 


12 


89 


72 


148 


32 


465 


224 


57 


25 


63 


36 


83 


32 


582 


91 


63 


66 


56 


39 


15 


31 


349 


144 


44 


22 


148 


109 


145 


31 


124 


48 


88 


22 


123 


199 


242 


209 


94 


116 


214 


191 


195 


211 


191 


33 


243 


197 


625 


127 


80 


15 


109 


36 


38 


12 


163 


78 


489 


84 



Totals 



11.251 



3,399 



7.302 



3,363 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



281 



GOVERNOR: STRAFFORD COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Barrington 


189 


52 


Dover Ward 1 


108 


30 


Dover Ward 2 


131 


41 


Dover Ward 3 


286 


65 


Dover Ward 4 


218 


59 


Dover Ward 5 


142 


44 


Dover Ward 6 


176 


45 


Durham 


195 


68 


Farmington 


168 


12 


Lee 


135 


57 


Madbury 


56 


8 


Middleton 


66 


8 


Milton 


125 


27 


New Durham 


107 


14 


Rochester Ward 1 


260 


40 


Rochester Ward 2 


222 


34 


Rochester Ward 3 


230 


35 


Rochester Ward 4 


177 


35 


Rochester Ward 5 


178 


28 


Rochester Ward 6 


136 


11 


Rollinsford 


127 


26 


Somersworth Ward 1 


61 


8 


Somersworth Ward 2 


38 


9 


Somersworth Ward 3 


34 


12 


Somersworth Ward 4 


56 


6 


Somersworth Ward 5 


24 


5 


Strafford 


134 


54 



Democratic 



Lynch McEachern 



202 


101 


141 


56 


184 


77 


224 


87 


228 


67 


149 


64 


192 


58 


492 


234 


159 


40 


224 


81 


88 


46 


49 


10 


113 


46 


72 


20 


243 


57 


175 


44 


198 


36 


243 


57 


194 


48 


144 


40 


130 


40 


85 


18 


74 


24 


85 


16 


128 


30 


64 


20 


139 


65 



Totals 



3,779 



833 



4,419 



1,482 



GOVERNOR: SULLIVAN COUNTY 





Republ 


ican 




Benson 


Tarbell 


Acworth 


29 


15 


Charlestown 


65 


25 


Claremont Ward 1 


77 


21 


Claremont Ward 2 


120 


35 


Claremont Ward 3 


74 


22 


Cornish 


71 


34 


Croydon 


33 


9 


Goshen 


31 


8 


Grantham 


140 


29 


Langdon 


19 


9 


Lempster 


27 


16 


Newport 


153 


78 


Plainfield 


77 


27 


Springfield 


62 


25 


Sunapee 


181 


50 


Unity 


50 


15 


Washington 


55 


18 



Democratic 



Lvnch McEachern 



27 


44 


97 


52 


88 


47 


138 


62 


105 


36 


59 


66 


19 


8 


31 


27 


128 


45 


24 


6 


27 


12 


149 


66 


127 


91 


38 


22 


120 


60 


24 


38 


35 


23 



Totals 



1.264 



436 



1,236 



705 



282 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: COUNTY SUMMARY 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 





Republican 




Democratic 


iere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


114 


3,002 


108 


1 ,574 


81 


2,204 


57 


1,461 


172 


3,494 


172 


3,909 


48 


1.610 


41 


1,103 


179 


4,376 


188 


3,476 


874 


18,769 


917 


13,623 


393 


6,887 


361 


7,022 


600 


13,729 


537 


8,317 


162 


4,805 


131 


4,727 


59 


1,721 


51 


1,533 



Totals 



2,682 



60,597 



2,563 



46,745 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: BELKNAP COUNTY 







Republican 




Democratic 




Alciere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


Alton 


22 


258 


11 


112 


Barnstead 


9 


173 


10 


141 


Belmont 


7 


224 


15 


155 


Center Harbor 


2 


111 


4 


31 


Gilford 


11 


423 


13 


171 


Gilmanton 


9 


147 


6 


98 


Laconia Ward 1 


2 


181 


4 


77 


Laconia Ward 2 


5 


131 


4 


61 


Laconia Ward 3 


6 


113 


1 


75 


Laconia Ward 4 


5 


118 


7 


61 


Laconia Ward 5 


5 


70 





71 


Laconia Ward 6 


3 


151 


2 


68 


Meredith 


14 


436 


10 


177 


New Hampton 


4 


154 


9 


70 


Sanbornton 


8 


144 


4 


94 


Tilton 


2 


168 


8 


112 



Totals 



114 



3,002 



108 



1,574 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



283 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: CARROLL COUNTY 







Republican 




Democratic 




Alciere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


Albany 


2 


36 





39 


Bartlett 


7 


139 


3 


78 


Brookfield 


1 


64 





38 


Chatham 





21 





9 


Conway 


7 


234 


6 


159 


Eaton 


2 


23 





19 


Effingham 


5 


46 


1 


50 


Freedom 


1 


60 


5 


57 


Hale's Location 











1 


Hart's Location 





7 


2 


1 


Jackson 


5 


80 


6 


76 


Madison 


2 


97 


3 


73 


Moultonborough 


15 


235 


6 


90 


Ossipee 


6 


206 


4 


91 


Sandwich 


4 


104 


6 


135 


Tamworth 


4 


112 





183 


Tuftonboro 


5 


164 


5 


51 


Wakefield 


5 


220 


5 


115 


Wolfeboro 


10 


356 


5 


196 



Totals 



2.204 



57 



1.461 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: CHESHIRE COUNTY 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 





Republican 




Democratic 


;re 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


7 


56 





93 


4 


123 


6 


173 


7 


157 


4 


159 


5 


83 


3 


94 


2 


27 


2 


25 


4 


37 


2 


130 


7 


108 


4 


126 


14 


409 


13 


277 


3 


61 


3 


166 


4 


121 


13 


266 


7 


145 


5 


223 


13 


207 


9 


250 


8 


177 


13 


280 


2 


72 


1 


157 





35 


2 


44 





40 


2 


81 


3 


51 


3 


56 


40 


715 


54 


345 





15 





20 


2 


77 


3 


69 


2 


29 


1 


31 


2 


37 


1 


36 


9 


210 


10 


221 


5 


66 


5 


68 


8 


174 


5 


229 


8 


123 


3 


131 


6 


139 


5 


159 



Totals 



172 



3,494 



172 



3.909 



284 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: COOS COUNTY 







Republican 




Democratic 




Alciere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


Berlin Ward 1 


1 


68 





128 


Berlin Ward 2 


1 


74 


1 


116 


Berlin Ward 3 


2 


125 


3 


95 


Berlin Ward 4 


1 


29 





122 


Carroll 


1 


74 


3 


22 


Clarksville 


1 


18 


2 


3 


Colebrook 


5 


120 


1 


51 


Columbia 


1 


46 


1 


2 


Dalton 


2 


66 


3 


20 


Dixville 





11 





4 


Dummer 





28 





6 


Errol 





24 





10 


Gorham 


6 


106 


4 


119 


Jefferson 


12 


133 


2 


20 


Lancaster 





226 





99 


Milan 





68 


2 


54 


Millsfield 





9 





— 


Northumberland 


5 


51 


3 


41 


Pittsburg 


1 


65 


3 


14 


Randolph 


5 


38 


1 


46 


Shelburne 





16 





19 


Stark 





27 


2 


19 


Stewartstown 





40 


2 


15 


Stratford 


2 


20 





17 


Wentworth's Location 





2 


1 




Whitefield 


2 


126 


7 


61 



Totals 



48 



1,610 



41 



1,103 



No votes cast in: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Cambridge, Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Green's Grant, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Low & 
Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location, Odell. Pinkham's Grant, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, 
Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



285 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: GRAFTON COUNTY 



Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Franconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Landaff 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sugar Hill 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville Valley 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 





Republican 




Democratic 


•re 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


5 


133 


6 


57 


2 


146 


7 


51 


4 


90 


4 


26 


2 


26 


1 


7 


5 


106 


6 


72 


4 


84 


7 


40 


11 


264 


9 


90 


6 


175 


6 


76 


18 


99 


6 


92 


4 


27 


1 


16 





13 


1 


12 





11 


1 


7 


8 


134 


14 


119 


2 


77 


1 


57 


3 


69 


9 


57 


3 


51 


1 


12 


6 


174 


11 


785 


19 


396 


14 


93 


4 


110 


5 


25 


4 


153 


5 


91 


1 


35 


2 


14 


7 


149 


6 


195 


4 


118 


5 


179 


5 


127 


4 


225 


3 


84 


4 


40 


3 


58 


3 


17 


6 


307 


6 


168 














2 


31 


2 


18 


5 


73 


7 


242 


6 


64 


3 


15 


1 


10 


1 


20 


2 


70 


3 


78 


3 


50 


2 


37 


1 


251 


9 


205 


8 


172 


7 


58 


1 


38 


2 


33 


4 


153 


3 


59 


3 


82 


1 


24 


1 


27 





13 


1 


78 





24 


2 


61 


3 


27 



Totals 



179 



4,376 



188 



3,476 



286 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 







Republican 




Democratic 




Alciere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


Amherst 


38 


962 


57 


322 


Antrim 


4 


166 


6 


135 


Bedford 


31 


1384 


45 


582 


Bennington 


3 


96 


6 


66 


Brookline 


12 


284 


16 


122 


Deering 


8 


99 


3 


69 


Francestown 


5 


119 


6 


138 


Goffstown 


46 


1220 


24 


665 


Greenfield 


4 


133 


6 


100 


Greenville 


2 


77 


6 


89 


Hancock 


6 


14 


7 


152 


Hillsborough 


23 


314 


12 


186 


Hollis 


41 


770 


40 


261 


Hudson 


34 


590 


35 


419 


Litchfield 


15 


245 


11 


128 


Lyndeborough 


6 


118 


5 


59 


Manchester Ward 1 


20 


665 


30 


554 


Manchester Ward 2 


15 


340 


16 


392 


Manchester Ward 3 


10 


203 


9 


300 


Manchester Ward 4 


6 


258 


9 


294 


Manchester Ward 5 


4 


176 


12 


255 


Manchester Ward 6 


17 


397 


11 


357 


Manchester Ward 7 


7 


268 


16 


337 


Manchester Ward 8 


8 


398 


8 


354 


Manchester Ward 9 


14 


317 


4 


424 


Manchester Ward 10 


9 


364 


16 


350 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


9 


189 


8 


238 


Manchester Ward 12 


19 


394 


15 


252 


Mason 


8 


75 


5 


48 


Merrimack 


58 


1057 


68 


639 


Milford 


51 


1001 


36 


354 


Mont Vernon 


5 


170 


4 


95 


Nashua Ward 1 


28 


439 


28 


298 


Nashua Ward 2 


12 


312 


18 


197 


Nashua Ward 3 


8 


267 


24 


230 


Nashua Ward 4 


6 


108 


11 


171 


Nashua Ward 5 


20 


300 


21 


247 


Nashua Ward 6 


7 


181 


10 


176 


Nashua Ward 7 


15 


184 


21 


243 


Nashua Ward 8 


11 


212 


10 


227 


Nashua Ward 9 


13 


274 


18 


216 


New Boston 


7 


248 


14 


161 


New Ipswich 


19 


423 


8 


121 


Pelham 


136 


1496 


98 


1024 


Peterborough 


27 


601 


33 


540 


Sharon 


2 


41 


1 


25 


Temple 


7 


128 


9 


80 


Weare 


8 


378 


24 


189 


Wilton 


9 


300 


15 


216 


Windsor 


1 


14 


2 


8 


Totals 


874 


18,769 


917 


13,623 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



287 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: MERRIMACK COUNTY 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward I 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northrield 

Pembroke 

Pittsrield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 





Republican 




Democratic 


?re 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


5 


125 


4 


164 


8 


128 


5 


98 


3 


157 


10 


121 


32 


562 


30 


420 


8 


81 


1 


105 


11 


158 


9 


217 


16 


164 


9 


123 


6 


185 


9 


206 


5 


99 


11 


163 


4 


156 


4 


186 


11 


154 


9 


327 


17 


184 


9 


350 


3 


107 


4 


196 


20 


191 


12 


307 


13 


174 


19 


214 


9 


158 


12 


205 


10 


270 


13 


342 


3 


80 


4 


50 


8 


174 


9 


123 


15 


239 


6 


171 


5 


119 


6 


100 


8 


57 


3 


60 


2 


95 


4 


61 


20 


196 


11 


237 


3 


48 




35 


27 


614 


26 


346 


19 


373 


24 


579 


15 


238 


15 


129 


4 


155 


8 


100 


11 


329 


12 


254 


12 


156 


10 


142 


14 


283 


15 


243 


15 


172 


2 


104 


2 


64 


5 


76 


7 


117 


3 


103 


12 


158 


13 


200 


8 


89 


7 


80 


2 


78 


8 


85 



Totals 



393 



6,887 



361 



7.022 



288 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 







Republican 




Democratic 




Alciere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


Atkinson 


28 


496 


18 


164 


Auburn 


11 


247 


8 


116 


Brentwood 


9 


179 


5 


92 


Candia 


5 


246 


7 


110 


Chester 


13 


258 


9 


94 


Danville 


18 


237 


11 


101 


Deerfield 


5 


200 


14 


118 


Derry 


54 


1257 


45 


511 


East Kingston 


3 


107 


5 


49 


Epping 


10 


279 


24 


159 


Exeter 


35 


706 


26 


558 


Fremont 


7 


174 


11 


53 


Greenland 


10 


273 


6 


128 


Hampstead 


11 


415 


11 


151 


Hampton 


22 


841 


31 


545 


Hampton Falls 


2 


176 


5 


57 


Kensington 


2 


78 


3 


77 


Kingston 


11 


182 


6 


91 


Londonderry 


60 


1044 


40 


541 


New Castle 


5 


193 


3 


90 


Newfields 


3 


81 


3 


76 


Newington 




113 


4 


32 


Newmarket 


10 


228 


16 


395 


Newton 


4 


91 


4 


54 


North Hampton 


4 


297 


14 


191 


Northwood 


13 


159 


8 


155 


Nottingham 


9 


186 


9 


134 


Plaistow 


4 


158 


3 


90 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


9 


102 


4 


229 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


11 


125 


5 


332 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


4 


115 


3 


141 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


11 


301 


11 


296 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


6 


200 


2 


286 


Raymond 


23 


323 


18 


186 


Rye 


24 


501 


15 


339 


Salem 


57 


1132 


45 


668 


Sandown 


9 


148 


7 


73 


Seabrook 


11 


199 


9 


116 


South Hampton 


3 


36 


2 


43 


Stratham 


10 


369 


15 


186 


Windham 


54 


1277 


52 


490 



Totals 



600 



13.729 



537 



8,317 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



289 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: STRAFFORD COUNTY 







Republican 




Democratic 




Alciere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


Barrington 


10 


282 


5 


254 


Dover Ward 1 


5 


139 


5 


167 


Dover Ward 2 


8 


177 


3 


197 


Dover Ward 3 


7 


356 


7 


231 


Dover Ward 4 


15 


252 


8 


238 


Dover Ward 5 


7 


179 


7 


164 


Dover Ward 6 


9 


224 


3 


200 


Durham 


6 


288 


2 


570 


Farmington 


5 


185 


7 


159 


Lee 


7 


185 


4 


230 


Madbury 


1 


71 


2 


101 


Middleton 





64 


6 


55 


Milton 


10 


148 


5 


128 


New Durham 


9 


129 





74 


Rochester Ward 1 


15 


306 


6 


236 


Rochester Ward 2 


2 


302 


7 


178 


Rochester Ward 3 


5 


285 


18 


205 


Rochester Ward 4 


4 


232 


5 


254 


Rochester Ward 5 


8 


219 


11 


208 


Rochester Ward 6 


10 


179 


5 


152 


Rollinsford 


6 


145 


1 


132 


Somersworth Ward 1 


3 


69 


1 


78 


Somersworth Ward 2 


2 


47 


3 


81 


Somersworth Ward 3 


1 


51 


1 


73 


Somersworth Ward 4 


2 


61 


2 


123 


Somersworth Ward 5 





28 





77 


Strafford 


5 


202 


7 


162 



Totals 



162 



4,805 



131 



4.727 



UNITED STATES SENATOR: SULLIVAN COUNTY 







Republican 




Democratic 




Alciere 


Gregg 


Tipa 


Haddock 


Ac worth 




42 


3 


56 


Charlestown 


6 


93 


5 


127 


Claremont Ward 1 


5 


108 


4 


107 


Claremont Ward 2 


6 


165 


4 


153 


Claremont Ward 3 


1 


107 


1 


112 


Cornish 


9 


99 


4 


103 


Croydon 





44 





17 


Goshen 


4 


46 





47 


Grantham 





165 


6 


145 


Langdon 





31 





25 


Lempster 


2 


46 


1 


32 


Newport 


10 


226 


6 


158 


Plainfield 


3 


97 


4 


175 


Springfield 


3 


86 


2 


42 


Sunapee 


6 


232 


7 


132 


Unity 


3 


62 


1 


52 


Washington 


1 


72 


3 


50 



Totals 



59 



1.721 



51 



1.533 



290 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



U.S. HOUSE: FIRST DISTRICT 



Republican 



Democratic 



Bevill Bradley 



Bruce 



Duffy 



Liles 



Nadeau 



Albany 


3 


38 


Alton 


35 


253 


Auburn 


24 


240 


Barrington 


32 


252 


Barnstead 


23 


167 


Bartlett 


19 


130 


Bedford 


122 


1321 


Belmont 


32 


205 


Brentwood 


14 


177 


Brookfield 


1 


69 


Candia 


21 


234 


Center Harbor 


14 


103 


Chatham 





20 


Chester 


28 


243 


Conway 


16 


235 


Danville 


27 


232 


Deerfield 


25 


194 


Derry 


146 


1165 


Dover Ward 1 


13 


132 


Dover Ward 2 


22 


159 


Dover Ward 3 


32 


328 


Dover Ward 4 


19 


258 


Dover Ward 5 


13 


175 


Dover Ward 6 


24 


205 


Durham 


17 


272 


East Kingston 


7 


107 


Eaton 





21 


Effingham 


6 


47 


Epping 


38 


275 


Exeter 


79 


673 


Farmington 


23 


178 


Freedom 


4 


62 


Fremont 


20 


171 


Gilford 


38 


396 


Gilmanton 


17 


140 


Goffstown 


115 


1148 


Greenland 


19 


259 


Hale's Location 





10 


Hampstead 


41 


369 


Hampton 


56 


822 


Hampton Falls 


12 


166 


Hart's Location 


2 


7 


Hooksett 


64 


598 


Jackson 


14 


76 


Kensington 


4 


77 


Kingston 


19 


182 


Laconia Ward 1 


10 


176 


Laconia Ward 2 


20 


117 


Laconia Ward 3 


10 


111 


Laconia Ward 4 


12 


118 


Laconia Ward 5 


10 


64 


Laconia Ward 6 


8 


144 


Lee 


18 


176 


Londonderry 


133 


996 


Madbury 


6 


68 


Madison 


8 


96 


Manchester Ward 1 


79 


615 


Manchester Ward 2 


47 


310 


Manchester Ward 3 


21 


195 



5 


9 





18 


21 


31 


14 


42 


44 


39 


1 


48 


44 


49 


14 


145 


30 


34 


11 


69 


21 


11 


5 


32 


83 


191 


17 


291 


21 


36 


12 


60 


24 


26 


3 


40 


9 


11 


3 


13 


86 


22 


3 


19 


4 


8 


3 


15 


2 


2 





2 


26 


28 


8 


26 


24 


18 


10 


111 


21 


46 


2 


30 


83 


17 


2 


26 


102 


138 


36 


233 


18 


26 


4 


133 


30 


36 


10 


158 


27 


38 


7 


202 


23 


46 


4 


202 


17 


31 


5 


137 


23 


42 


8 


161 


83 


43 


8 


441 


9 


14 


6 


17 


1 


3 


1 


13 


20 


9 


3 


17 


25 


24 


5 


115 


190 


78 


12 


472 


41 


48 


10 


76 


6 


17 


3 


22 


13 


12 


4 


22 


30 


41 


6 


89 


22 


25 


3 


36 


123 


240 


31 


293 


24 


23 


6 


87 











1 


20 


54 


9 


57 


64 


112 


23 


389 


15 


8 


3 


45 











2 


77 


139 


14 


136 


15 


16 


4 


32 


10 


11 


3 


56 


24 


34 


4 


39 


9 


20 


2 


31 


19 


13 


2 


31 


16 


10 


3 


45 


15 


12 


3 


38 


12 


16 


3 


49 


19 


13 


2 


34 


32 


18 


7 


183 


90 


177 


20 


193 


11 


11 


7 


84 


14 


12 


7 


33 


57 


480 


18 


187 


41 


289 


14 


165 


71 


153 


14 


132 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



291 



U.S. HOUSE: FIRST DISTRICT 





Republican 




Bevill 


Bradley 


Manchester Ward 4 


25 


226 


Manchester Ward 5 


25 


160 


Manchester Ward 6 


41 


376 


Manchester Ward 7 


39 


247 


Manchester Ward 8 


30 


377 


Manchester Ward 9 


42 


284 


Manchester Ward 10 


48 


324 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


32 


159 


Manchester Ward 12 


41 


361 


Meredith 


27 


435 


Merrimack 


229 


927 


Middleton 


10 


63 


Milton 


14 


147 


Moultonborough 


23 


241 


New Castle 


10 


190 


New Durham 


13 


128 


New Hampton 


16 


145 


Newfields 


11 


79 


Newington 


6 


101 


Newmarket 


25 


228 


Newton 


14 


83 


North Hampton 


26 


287 


Northwood 


28 


121 


Nottingham 


26 


180 


Ossipee 


28 


196 


Plaistow 


9 


149 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


14 


100 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


20 


118 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


16 


107 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


36 


278 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


20 


180 


Raymond 


50 


312 


Rye 


44 


487 


Rochester Ward 1 


26 


291 


Rochester Ward 2 


21 


286 


Rochester Ward 3 


40 


261 


Rochester Ward 4 


15 


232 


Rochester Ward 5 


18 


220 


Rochester Ward 6 


21 


174 


Rollinsford 


13 


142 


Sandown 


28 


138 


Sandwich 


9 


104 


Seabrook 


27 


194 


Somersworth Ward 1 


9 


65 


Somersworth Ward 2 


3 


49 


Somersworth Ward 3 


2 


48 


Somersworth Ward 4 


5 


60 


Somersworth Ward 5 


4 


23 


South Hampton 


3 


37 


Strafford 


24 


186 


Stratham 


32 


353 


Tamworth 


6 


112 


Tuftonboro 


11 


167 


Wakefield 


20 


211 


Wolfeboro 


19 


359 



Democratic 



Bruce 



Duffy 



Liles 



Nadeau 



36 


145 


8 


162 


49 


99 


16 


148 


72 


195 


7 


166 


56 


132 


11 


193 


55 


162 


19 


193 


69 


165 


18 


272 


103 


121 


11 


194 


29 


81 


7 


174 


67 


79 


9 


158 


34 


37 


7 


92 


253 


140 


23 


234 


11 


15 


4 


23 


23 


30 


6 


70 


17 


17 


7 


45 


9 


5 


2 


90 


19 


23 


7 


29 


17 


23 


1 


23 


17 


9 


5 


49 


3 


3 





33 


57 


60 


16 


286 


11 


22 


3 


16 


32 


35 


6 


146 


67 


33 


4 


35 


47 


22 


8 


63 


18 


21 


11 


39 


15 


42 


10 


23 


30 


22 


11 


206 


39 


16 


7 


336 


14 


14 


3 


147 


29 


35 


12 


289 


35 


32 


3 


272 


66 


50 


9 


64 


33 


34 


10 


323 


47 


61 


4 


133 


30 


68 


9 


79 


39 


37 


13 


108 


53 


85 


7 


116 


35 


54 


4 


124 


39 


41 


6 


75 


10 


37 


4 


101 


24 


33 


5 


15 


50 


20 


2 


42 


24 


52 


9 


37 


5 


21 


1 


63 


16 


19 


2 


52 


7 


13 


3 


71 


14 


22 


7 


104 


3 


15 





56 


6 


9 


2 


23 


46 


52 


6 


64 


41 


25 


3 


139 


31 


29 


10 


89 


12 


19 


1 


22 


43 


44 


4 


33 


36 


28 


6 


136 



Totals 



3.076 



27,285 



4,049 5.813 



831 



12.150 



292 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Acworth 

Alexandria 

Allenstown 

Alstead 

Amherst 

Andover 

Antrim 

Ashland 

Atkinson 

Bath 

Bennington 

Benton 

Berlin Ward 1 

Berlin Ward 2 

Berlin Ward 3 

Berlin Ward 4 

Bethlehem 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Brookline 

Campton 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Carroll 

Charlestown 

Chesterfield 

Chichester 

Claremont Ward 1 

Claremont Ward 2 

Claremont Ward 3 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Dalton 

Danbury 

Deering 

Dixville 

Dorchester 

Dublin 

Dummer 

Dunbarton 

Easton 

Ellsworth 



Republican 


8ass 


Brady 


38 


7 


118 


25 


94 


42 


43 


21 


767 


306 


98 


26 


145 


35 


124 


30 


408 


124 


77 


23 


86 


20 


13 


16 


50 


18 


51 


26 


97 


35 


24 


8 


89 


31 


125 


53 


484 


148 


78 


19 


77 


19 


229 


62 


199 


114 


168 


24 


78 


56 


134 


47 


59 


23 


64 


40 


100 


37 


150 


38 


58 


66 


117 


63 


85 


23 


15 


6 


111 


20 


38 


10 


148 


57 


83 


32 


129 


35 


123 


54 


158 


58 


86 


30 


159 


70 


145 


60 


131 


50 


223 


71 


82 


35 


31 


14 


36 


35 


72 


15 


75 


43 


11 





20 


11 


87 


93 


18 


9 


98 


64 


8 


6 


9 


4 



Democratic 


odes 


Owen 


12 


26 


29 


28 


91 


80 


38 


29 


202 


139 


58 


38 


67 


49 


25 


34 


56 


116 


15 


7 


27 


31 


2 


4 


39 


92 


61 


47 


54 


70 


44 


70 


29 


32 


93 


35 


379 


95 


71 


36 


11 


18 


42 


48 


77 


42 


28 


36 


44 


40 


223 


21 


8 


13 


64 


57 


91 


55 


110 


29 


44 


55 


75 


62 


25 


79 


1 


5 


14 


33 


1 


1 


165 


51 


140 


35 


181 


43 


292 


63 


394 


41 


159 


60 


313 


59 


179 


66 


150 


65 


321 


80 


54 


37 


12 


7 


7 


15 


34 


22 


39 


29 


3 


1 


7 


9 


107 


40 


1 


5 


175 


26 


4 


5 


2 


4 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



293 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Enfield 

Epsom 

Errol 

Fitzwilliam 

Francestown 

Franconia 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Gilsum 

Gorham 

Goshen 

Grafton 

Grantham 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Groton 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Harrisville 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hillsborough 

Hinsdale 

Holderness 

Hollis 

Hopkinton 

Hudson 

Jaffrey 

Jefferson 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Lancaster 

Landaff 

Langdon 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lempster 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Littleton 

Loudon 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Lyndeborough 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Mason 

Milan 

Milford 

Millsfield 



Republican 


Bass 


Brady 


101 


55 


193 


69 


20 


4 


60 


37 


97 


33 


61 


20 


105 


29 


48 


22 


72 


28 


18 


12 


64 


52 


42 


9 


52 


28 


146 


26 


92 


54 


70 


27 


46 


8 


125 


39 


157 


36 


31 


13 


333 


101 


93 


23 


170 


64 


44 


7 


276 


68 


78 


35 


141 


22 


579 


276 


337 


85 


435 


236 


325 


124 


56 


106 


48 


22 


94 


42 


115 


46 


174 


61 


147 


60 


132 


121 


27 


11 


22 


8 


125 


40 


98 


29 


108 


29 


38 


9 


71 


20 


54 


13 


182 


89 


260 


74 


183 


89 


25 


10 


65 


20 


93 


36 


64 


17 


27 


13 


57 


29 


52 


18 


738 


357 


9 






Democratic 


Hodes 


Owen 


59 


51 


120 


65 


1 


8 


43 


28 


80 


41 


29 


20 


53 


44 


46 


23 


43 


23 


17 


8 


37 


81 


16 


23 


22 


21 


92 


44 


39 


50 


39 


43 


5 


8 


75 


68 


606 


141 


73 


40 


32 


44 


10 


14 


190 


57 


16 


14 


121 


62 


54 


75 


44 


56 


147 


98 


536 


136 


203 


225 


141 


135 


9 


9 


78 


65 


162 


69 


139 


64 


129 


77 


164 


74 


42 


39 


6 


7 


16 


9 


122 


53 


88 


90 


131 


84 


30 


9 


11 


24 


8 


9 


79 


60 


91 


61 


73 


56 


10 


7 


198 


38 


31 


33 


77 


49 


25 


20 


20 


21 


18 


31 


208 


145 









294 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Monroe 

Mont Vernon 

Nashua Ward 1 

Nashua Ward 2 

Nashua Ward 3 

Nashua Ward 4 

Nashua Ward 5 

Nashua Ward 6 

Nashua Ward 7 

Nashua Ward 8 

Nashua Ward 9 

Nelson 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

New London 

Newbury 

Newport 

Northfield 

Northumberland 

Orange 

Orford 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Peterborough 

Piermont 

Pittsburg 

Pittsfield 

Plainfield 

Plymouth 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Rumney 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Sanbornton 

Sharon 

Shelburne 

Springfield 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stoddard 

Stratford 

Sugar Hill 

Sullivan 

Sunapee 

Surry 

Sutton 

Swanzey 

Temple 

Thornton 

Tilton 

Troy 

Unity 

Walpole 

Warner 

Warren 



Republican 


Bass 


Brady 


57 


14 


106 


74 


341 


160 


230 


124 


187 


118 


73 


58 


197 


146 


114 


93 


128 


92 


163 


70 


219 


104 


26 


15 


197 


72 


230 


230 


283 


71 


128 


39 


196 


47 


127 


52 


33 


28 


6 


5 


68 


8 


1,243 


502 


227 


86 


553 


124 


41 


16 


59 


8 


141 


61 


69 


32 


218 


50 


13 


32 


25 


47 


559 


281 


12 


3 


172 


51 


932 


314 


52 


23 


114 


42 


30 


15 


13 


2 


74 


16 


16 


15 


34 


8 


53 


36 


17 


6 


31 


10 


27 


8 


204 


41 


28 


14 


98 


28 


140 


96 


108 


39 


144 


17 


146 


37 


36 


43 


50 


16 


141 


47 


140 


47 


66 


19 



Democratic 


Hodes 


Owen 


5 


11 


42 


59 


74 


126 


126 


68 


165 


83 


90 


80 


162 


88 


92 


90 


109 


132 


146 


83 


103 


114 


33 


24 


99 


51 


65 


44 


168 


80 


63 


34 


78 


77 


78 


58 


18 


28 


6 


14 


67 


18 


327 


705 


196 


71 


248 


199 


18 


15 


6 


8 


65 


41 


102 


39 


122 


89 


34 


8 


22 


26 


153 


138 


4 


11 


36 


29 


273 


382 


52 


20 


65 


28 


21 


6 


6 


9 


26 


18 


12 


9 


5 


9 


41 


22 


3 


14 


15 


12 


15 


13 


75 


46 


15 


12 


76 


34 


130 


79 


54 


29 


25 


35 


70 


47 


37 


21 


19 


26 


94 


91 


146 


53 


6 


14 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



295 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Republican 



Democratic 



Bass 



Brady 



Hodes 



Owen 



Washington 


62 


12 


Waterville Valley 


25 


2 


Weare 


300 


107 


Webster 


76 


29 


Wentworth 


62 


16 


Went worth's Location 


1 


2 


Westmoreland 


77 


59 


Whitefield 


67 


77 


Wilmot 


65 


23 


Wilton 


224 


100 


Winchester 


109 


42 


Windham 


1.044 


310 


Windsor 


11 


9 


Woodstock 


58 


9 


Totals 


25.414 


10.167 



20 


20 


5 


6 


135 


57 


67 


27 


14 


11 








79 


25 


34 


23 


51 


21 


72 


170 


81 


71 


244 


207 


3 


4 


10 


16 


5.161 


9,792 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant. Bean's Purchase, Cambridge. Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Green's Grant. Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny. 
Livermore, Low & Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location. Odell. Pinkham's Grant. Sargent's Purchase, Second College 
Grant, Success. Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



296 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 1 



Republican 


Democratic 




Burton 


Below (write-in) 




Burton 


Below (write-in) 


Laconia Ward 1 


176 











Laconia Ward 2 


133 





Albany 


38 





Laconia Ward 3 


115 


1 


Alexandria 


131 





Laconia Ward 4 


116 





Alton 


255 





Laconia Ward 5 


71 





Ashland 


147 





Laconia Ward 6 


140 





Bartlett 


134 





Lancaster 


243 





Bath 


100 





Landaff 


39 





Belmont 


238 





Lebanon Ward 1 


145 


58 


Benton 


26 





Lebanon Ward 2 


114 


39 


Berlin Ward 1 


66 


1 


Lebanon Ward 3 


128 


53 


Berlin Ward 2 


70 





Lincoln 


89 





Berlin Ward 3 


125 





Lisbon 


62 





Berlin Ward 4 


28 





Littleton 


314 


1 


Bethlehem 


106 





Lyman 


32 





Bridgewater 


88 





Lyme 


79 


51 


Bristol 


260 





Madison 


93 





Campton 


174 





Meredith 


442 





Canaan 


110 


13 


Milan 


68 


1 


Carroll 


74 





Millsfield 


9 





Center Harbor 


108 





Monroe 


68 





Charlestown 


84 


6 


Moultonborough 


238 


1 


Chatham 


19 





New Hampton 


151 





Claremont Ward 1 


97 


1 


Newport 


202 


1 


Claremont Ward 2 


153 


5 


Northumberland 


59 





Claremont Ward 3 


99 


2 


Orange 


11 


3 


Clarksville 


19 





Orford 


73 


12 


Colebrook 


119 





Ossipee 


191 





Columbia 


46 





Piermont 


55 





Conway 


231 





Pittsburg 


64 





Cornish 


104 


9 


Plainfield 


89 


60 


Croydon 


42 





Plymouth 


257 


2 


Dalton 


63 





Randolph 


40 





Dixville 


11 





Rumney 


168 





Dorchester 


28 





Sanbomton 


137 





Dummer 


26 





Sandwich 


100 





Easton 


14 





Shelburne 


14 





Eaton 


22 





Springfield 


80 


4 


Effingham 


41 





Stark 


31 





Ellsworth 


9 





Stewartstown 


41 





Enfield 


145 


6 


Stratford 


22 





Errol 


25 





Sugar Hill 


36 





Franconia 


78 


1 


Sunapee 


207 


10 


Freedom 


63 





Tamworth 


101 





Gilford 


409 





Thornton 


150 





Gorham 


109 





Tilton 


168 





Grafton 


74 


13 


Tuftonboro 


162 





Grantham 


152 


50 


Wakefield 


194 





Groton 


49 





Warren 


85 





Hale's Location 


11 





Waterville Valley 


21 





Hanover 


175 


248 


Wentworth 


73 





Hart's Location 


9 





Went worth's Location 





Haverhill 


419 





Whitefield 


132 





Hebron 


108 





Wolfeboro 


327 





Holderness 


144 





Woodstock 


65 


1 


Jackson 


83 











Jefferson 


140 





Totals 


12.120 


653 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Cambridge, Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Green's Grant, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, 
Livermore, Low & Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location, Odell, Pinkham's Grant, Sargent's Purchase, Second College 
Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



297 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 2 



Republican 
Spaulding 

38 
121 

54 
132 
160 
158 



Acworth 
Allenstown 
Alstead 
Andover 
Antrim 
Bamstead 

Bennington 88 

Boscawen 149 

Bow 539 

Bradford 82 

Brookfield 55 

Canterbury 144 

Chesterfield 1 1 6 

Chichester 172 

Concord Ward 1 172 

Concord Ward 2 102 

Concord Ward 3 137 

Concord Ward 4 150 

Concord Ward 5 1 74 

Concord Ward 6 107 

Concord Ward 7 197 

Concord Ward 8 184 

Concord Ward 9 158 

Concord Ward 10 243 

Danbury 74 

Deerfield 177 

Deering 103 

Dublin 145 

Epsom 223 

Farmington 159 

Francestown 109 

Franklin Ward 1 104 

Franklin Ward 2 54 

Franklin Ward 3 84 

Gilmanton 137 

Gilsum 30 

Goshen 43 

Greenfield 126 

Hancock 135 

Harrisville 37 

Henniker 212 

Hill 49 

Hillsborough 306 

Hopkinton 369 



Democratic 


Republican 


Shea 


Spaulding 


37 


Langdon 


28 


154 


Lempster 


37 


71 


Loudon 


225 


90 


Marlborough 


72 


115 


Marlow 


34 


130 


Middleton 


63 


55 


Milton 


132 


116 


Nelson 


37 


390 


New Durham 


115 


88 


New London 


306 


39 


Newbury 


145 


192 


Northfield 


156 


151 


Northwood 


165 


137 


Pembroke 


267 


206 


Pittsfield 


158 


129 


Rochester Ward 1 


256 


176 


Rochester Ward 2 


253 


302 


Rochester Ward 3 


241 


324 


Rochester Ward 4 


202 


198 


Rochester Ward 5 


198 


309 


Rochester Ward 6 


155 


223 


Rollinsford 


122 


205 


Roxbury 


14 


320 


Salisbury 


65 


54 


Somersworth Ward 1 


63 


111 


Somersworth Ward 2 


45 


62 


Somersworth Ward 3 


44 


132 


Somersworth Ward 4 


55 


173 


Somersworth Ward 5 


22 


165 


Stoddard 


63 


122 


Strafford 


178 


93 


Sullivan 


28 


61 


Surry 


38 


58 


Sutton 


113 


98 


Unity 


55 


24 


Walpole 


168 


42 


Wamer 


164 


91 


Washington 


67 


137 


Weare 


344 


111 


Webster 


96 


223 


Westmoreland 


121 


32 


Wilmot 


78 


172 


Windsor 


21 


535 







Totals 



11,517 



Democratic 

Shea 

24 
30 
125 
126 
43 
53 
131 
57 
80 
238 
90 
136 
145 
249 
92 
237 
181 
206 
265 
214 
152 
125 
17 
68 
84 
86 
81 
132 
78 
64 
168 
27 
29 
98 
46 
197 
184 
42 
167 
86 
110 
76 
7 

1 1 .499 



298 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 3 



Atkinson 

Barrington 

Brentwood 

Chester 

Danville 

Dover Ward 1 

Dover Ward 2 

Dover Ward 3 

Dover Ward 4 

Dover Ward 5 

Dover Ward 6 

Durham 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Lee 



Republican 




Griffin 




458 


Madbury 


247 


New Castle 


158 


Newfields 


230 


Newington 


231 


Newmarket 


125 


Newton 


144 


North Hampton 


311 


Nottingham 


242 


Plaistow 


162 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


194 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


260 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


98 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


270 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


627 


Rye 


151 


Salem 


252 


Sandown 


322 


Seabrook 


762 


South Hampton 


157 


Stratham 


71 


Windham 


173 




169 


Totals 



Republican 

Griffin 

69 
184 

79 
106 
225 

82 
278 
157 
137 

96 
124 
104 
264 
189 
473 
1,036 
141 
177 

35 

332 

1,172 

11,274 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 4 





Republican 




Wieczorek 


Auburn 




236 


Bedford 




1,300 


Candia 




237 


Derry 




1,033 


Hooksett 




589 


Hudson 




538 


Litchfield 




220 


Londonderry 




921 


Manchester Ward 1 


660 


Manchester Ward 2 


330 


Manchester Ward 3 


206 


Manchester Ward 4 


241 



Democratic 

Buckley 

127 
613 
113 
532 
359 
417 
134 
543 
642 
450 
331 
321 





Republican 


Democratic 




Wieczorek 


Buckley 


Manchester Ward 5 


176 


279 


Manchester Ward 6 


375 


429 


Manchester Ward 7 


258 


370 


Manchester Ward 8 


381 


406 


Manchester Ward 9 


310 


484 


Manchester Ward 1 


346 


404 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


176 


263 


Manchester Ward 12 


367 


300 


Pel ham 


1,452 


1,009 


Raymond 


313 


186 



Totals 



10,665 



8,712 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



299 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 5 





Republican 


Democratic 




Republican 


Democratic 




Stylianos 


Wheeler 


Pignatelli 


SU 


lianos 


Wheeler 


Pignatelli 


Amherst 


330 


630 


335 


Nashua Ward 2 


130 


190 


213 


Brookline 


99 


194 


126 


Nashua Ward 3 


131 


156 


261 


Dunbarton 


37 


123 


126 


Nashua Ward 4 


32 


84 


187 


Fitzwilliam 


27 


61 


83 


Nashua Ward 5 


112 


199 


279 


Goffstown 


389 


729 


679 


Nashua Ward 6 


71 


113 


190 


Greenville 


21 


62 


82 


Nashua Ward 7 


73 


129 


256 


Hinsdale 


24 


85 


132 


Nashua Ward 8 


84 


121 


275 


Hollis 


249 


519 


276 


Nashua Ward 9 


91 


187 


256 


Jaffrey 


88 


319 


300 


New Boston 


78 


163 


155 


Keene Ward 1 


28 


30 


163 


New Ipswich 


53 


387 


111 


Keene Ward 2 


50 


74 


247 


Peterborough 


158 


434 


529 


Keene Ward 3 


50 


83 


224 


Richmond 


11 


44 


48 


Keene Ward 4 


98 


106 


237 


Rindge 


132 


592 


310 


Keene Ward 5 


81 


93 


293 


Sharon 


8 


34 


33 


Lyndeborough 


36 


85 


54 


Swanzey 


67 


146 


230 


Mason 


26 


59 


44 


Temple 


43 


87 


80 


Merrimack 


237 


800 


632 


Troy 


19 


56 


68 


Milford 


397 


686 


371 


Wilton 


95 


216 


206 


Mont Vernon 


57 


123 


101 


Winchester 


27 


107 


162 


Nashua Ward 1 


153 


286 


337 











Totals 



3.892 



8,592 



8.691 



300 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



STATE SENATE: DISTRICT 1 





Republican 


Democratic 


Republican 


Democratic 




Gallus 


Sorlucco 




Gallus 


Sorlucco 


Albany 


33 


27 


Lancaster 


226 


94 


Bartlett 


115 


69 


Lincoln 


77 


40 


Berlin Ward 1 


65 


128 


Lisbon 


61 


19 


Berlin Ward 2 


75 


103 


Littleton 


302 


156 


Berlin Ward 3 


130 


125 


Lyman 


29 


20 


Berlin Ward 4 


28 


108 


Milan 


64 


56 


Bethlehem 


100 


81 


Millsfield 


9 





Carroll 


68 


29 


Northumberland 


53 


40 


Clarksville 


21 


5 


Pittsburg 


60 


12 


Colebrook 


111 


49 


Randolph 


35 


48 


Columbia 


43 


2 


Shelburne 


14 


17 


Dalton 


65 


22 


Stark 


26 


22 


Dixville 


10 


3 


Stewartstown 


40 


15 


Dummer 


24 


6 


Stratford 


21 


18 


Errol 


24 


8 


Sugar Hill 


35 


36 


Franconia 


68 


68 


Waterville Valley 


21 


14 


Gorham 


107 


111 


Went worth's Location 


2 





Hale's Location 


7 


1 


Whitefield 


120 


59 


Hart's Location 


7 


1 








Jackson 


69 


72 


Totals 


2,501 


1,705 


Jefferson 


136 


21 









District 1. No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Cambridge. Chandler's 
Purchase, Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Green's Grant, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, 
Livermore, Low & Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location, Odell, Pinkham's Grant. Sargent's Purchase, Second College 
Grant. Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



301 



STATE SENATE: DISTRICT 2 





Repi 


iblican 


Democratic 




Brothers 


Johnson 


Lovett 


Alexandria 


48 


82 


55 


Ashland 


69 


73 


56 


Bath 


22 


64 


25 


Benton 


17 


12 


6 


Bridgewater 


28 


61 


37 


Bristol 


70 


201 


83 


Campton 


70 


116 


80 


Canaan 


54 


63 


76 


Center Harbor 


25 


90 


34 


Dorchester 


14 


15 


16 


Easton 


3 


9 


11 


Ellsworth 


5 


4 


5 


Groton 


24 


29 


13 


Haverhill 


226 


199 


76 


Hebron 


45 


64 


27 


Holdemess 


39 


123 


115 


Landaff 


14 


18 


13 


Lyme 


30 


48 


215 


Meredith 


69 


402 


174 


Monroe 


34 


35 


15 


New Hampton 


43 


117 


69 


Orange 


7 


4 


17 


Orford 


12 


63 


84 


Piermont 


24 


29 


37 


Plymouth 


86 


166 


227 


Rumney 


54 


149 


67 


Sanbomton 


33 


118 


91 


Thornton 


70 


82 


60 


Warren 


35 


44 


21 


Wentworth 


35 


38 


26 


Woodstock 


13 


45 


20 



Totals 



1,318 



2.563 



1.851 





STATE SENATE: 




STATE SENATE 


• 
• 




DISTRICT 3 






DISTRICT 4 






Republican 


Democratic 




Republican 


Democratic 




Kenney 


Farnum (write 


-in) 




Boyce 


Arsenault 


Brookrield 


56 




22 


Alton 


236 


114 


Chatham 


18 







Barnstead 


149 


137 


Conway 


225 




39 


Belmont 


209 


150 


Eaton 


19 




6 


Gilford 


348 


183 


Effingham 


41 




15 


Gilmanton 


128 


99 


Farmington 


157 







Laconia Ward 1 


149 


75 


Freedom 


57 




8 


Laconia Ward 2 


112 


73 


Madison 


81 




34 


Laconia Ward 3 


94 


89 


Middleton 


69 







Laconia Ward 4 


113 


62 


Milton 


124 




16 


Laconia Ward 5 


62 


81 


Moultonborough 226 







Laconia Ward 6 


131 


71 


Ossipee 


173 




2 


New Durham 


108 


80 


Sandwich 


83 




92 


Strafford 


164 


168 


Tamworth 


87 




145 


Tilton 


155 


112 


Tuftonboro 


147 




1 








Wakefield 


190 




30 


Totals 


2.158 


1.494 


Wolfeboro 


317 




34 









Totals 



2,070 



444 



302 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



STATE SENATE 


• 
• 


STATE SENATE 


• 
• 




DISTRICT 5 




DISTRICT 6 






Republican 


Democratic 


Republican 


Democratic 




Dean 


Burling 




Green 


DeChane 


Andover 


119 


96 


Barrington 


238 


262 


Cornish 


90 


122 


Madbury 


67 


93 


Croydon 


35 


24 


Nottingham 


163 


130 


Danbury 


70 


58 


Rochester Ward 1 


232 


229 


Enfield 


124 


129 


Rochester Ward 2 


245 


170 


Franklin Ward 1 


100 


93 


Rochester Ward 3 


232 


203 


Franklin Ward 2 


50 


60 


Rochester Ward 4 


183 


263 


Franklin Ward 3 


83 


67 


Rochester Ward 5 


174 


213 


Grafton 


70 


52 


Rochester Ward 6 


155 


154 


Grantham 


139 


161 


Somersworth Ward 1 


59 


82 


Hanover 


160 


844 


Somersworth Ward 2 


40 


84 


Hill 


46 


34 


Somersworth Ward 3 


41 


80 


Lebanon Ward 1 


135 


219 


Somersworth Ward 4 


56 


125 


Lebanon Ward 2 


103 


207 


Somersworth Ward 5 


22 


72 


Lebanon Ward 3 


122 


242 








Plainfield 


87 


218 


Totals 


1,907 


2,160 


Springfield 


76 


53 








Wilmot 


70 


82 









Totals 



1,679 



2,761 



STATE SENATE 


• 
• 


STATE SENATE 


• 
• 




DISTRICT 7 






DISTRICT 8 






Republican 


Democratic 




Republican 


Democratic 




Flanders 


Rodd 






Odell 


French 


Antrim 


155 


126 


Acworth 




41 


50 


Bennington 


89 


54 


Alstead 




55 


87 


Boscawen 


139 


118 


Charlestown 




92 


128 


Bradford 


78 


125 


Claremont Ward 1 


105 


101 


Canterbury 


137 


205 


Claremont Ward 2 


155 


132 


Deering 


101 


65 


Claremont Ward 3 


92 


109 


Francestown 


109 


127 


Gilsum 




25 


25 


Hancock 


126 


137 


Goshen 




48 


42 


Harrisville 


33 


110 


Langdon 




25 


26 


Henniker 


197 


263 


Lempster 




47 


22 


Hillsborough 


302 


180 


Marlow 




31 


39 


Loudon 


212 


126 


New London 




318 


250 


Nelson 


35 


61 


Newbury 




149 


97 


Northfield 


150 


130 


Newport 




227 


149 


Salisbury 


64 


73 


Roxbury 




14 


21 


Warner 


147 


222 


Stoddard 




60 


61 


Weare 


338 


173 


Sullivan 




25 


26 


Webster 


83 


95 


Sunapee 




217 


132 


Windsor 


17 


8 


Sutton 
Unity 




107 
66 


102 
46 


Totals 


2,512 


2,398 


Walpole 

Washington 

Westmoreland 




167 

74 

119 


196 

43 
120 



Totals 



2,259 



2,004 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



303 



STATE SENATE 


• 
■ 




DISTRICT 9 






Republican 


Democratic 




Roberge 


Arthur 


Bedford 


1.262 


592 


Greenfield 


119 


82 


Lvndeborough 


103 


52 


Merrimack 


984 


686 


Mont Vernon 


151 


85 


New Boston 


233 


145 



Totals 



2.852 



1.642 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 10 





Republican 




Eaton 


Chesterfield 


122 


Dublin 


152 


Fitzwilliam 


79 


Hinsdale 


108 


Keene Ward 1 


68 


Keene Ward 2 


127 


Keene Ward 3 


154 


Keene Ward 4 


219 


Keene Ward 5 


191 


Marlborough 


75 


Richmond 


46 


Surry 


37 


Swanzey 


215 


Troy 


72 


Winchester 


136 



Totals 



1,801 



Democratic 

Mitchell 

195 
146 

90 
140 
162 
252 
228 
244 
290 
141 

51 

27 
219 

67 
168 

2.420 



STATE SENATE: 




STATE SENATE: 






DISTRICT 11 






DISTRICT 12 






Republican 


Democratic 




Republican 




Democratic 


Bragdon 


Peterson 


Fernald (write-in) 


DuBois, Jr. 


Haytayan 


LaFlamme 


Gottesman 


Amherst 


597 


488 




63 


Brook line 


12 


200 


97 


127 


Greenville 


42 


51 




3 


Hollis 


16 


613 


246 


268 


Jaffrey 


204 


243 




39 


Mason 


12 


55 


27 


39 


Milford 


714 


403 




25 


Nashua Ward 1 


30 


251 


209 


309 


New Ipswich 


336 


132 




12 


Nashua Ward 2 


27 


137 


161 


207 


Peterborough 


226 


465 




86 


Nashua Ward 5 


34 


180 


119 


259 


Rindge 


443 


402 




7 


Nashua Ward 9 


21 


173 


95 


229 


Sharon 


17 


30 




6 












Temple 


64 


81 




24 


Totals 


152 


1,609 


954 


1.438 


Wilton 


174 


145 




22 













Totals 



2.817 



2,440 



287 



STATE SENATE 


] 


DISTRICT 13 




Democratic 




Foster 


shua Ward 3 


244 


shua Ward 4 


176 


shua Ward 6 


192 


shua Ward 7 


242 


shua Ward 8 


248 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 14 





Republican 


Democratic 






Clegg 


Knowles 


Auburn 




224 


123 


Hudson 




574 


444 


Londonderry 




891 


529 



Totals 



1,689 



1,096 



Totals 



1,102 



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DISTRICT 15 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 16 



Republican 


Democratic 


Republican 


Democratic 




Newman 


Larsen 




Gatsas 


St. 


Martin 


Concord Ward 1 


158 


244 


Bow 


507 




387 


Concord Ward 2 


82 


193 


Candia 


222 




119 


Concord Ward 3 


113 


232 


Dunbarton 


158 




114 


Concord Ward 4 


124 


302 


Hooksett 


565 




339 


Concord Ward 5 


148 


446 


Manchester Ward 1 


627 




545 


Concord Ward 6 


102 


225 


Manchester Ward 2 


341 




392 


Concord Ward 7 


160 


379 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


358 




270 


Concord Ward 8 


156 


266 










Concord Ward 9 


150 


241 


Totals 


2,778 




2,166 


Concord Ward 10 


201 


426 










Hopkinton 


320 


714 










Pembroke 


250 


305 











Totals 



1.964 



3,973 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 17 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 18 





Republican 


Democratic 


Republican 


Democratic 




Barnes, Jr. 


Corbin 




Martel 


Gelinas 


Allenstown 


117 


149 


Litchfield 


215 


131 


Brentwood 


171 


87 


Manchester Ward 5 


158 


303 


Chester 


234 


85 


Manchester Ward 6 


360 


429 


Chichester 


155 


129 


Manchester Ward 7 


245 


403 


Danville 


244 


99 


Manchester Ward 8 


350 


422 


Deertield 


198 


115 


Manchester Ward 9 


283 


509 


Epsom 


219 


171 








Fremont 


158 


45 


Totals 


1,611 


2,197 


Northwood 


167 


143 








Pittsfield 


163 


91 








Raymond 


321 


177 








Sandown 


160 


76 









Totals 



2.307 



1,367 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 19 



Republican 


Democratic 


Letourneau Sapareto 


Reisdorf 


>erry 865 552 


541 


ampstead 196 239 


142 


findham 591 749 


479 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 20 



Totals 



1.652 



1.540 



1,162 



Republican 

Levasseur 

Goffstown 980 

Manchester Ward 3 170 

Manchester Ward 4 213 

Manchester Ward 10 283 

Manchester Ward 11 150 



Democratic 

D'Allesandro 

778 
351 
350 
464 
293 



Totals 



1.796 



2,236 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



305 



STATE SENATE: DISTRICT 21 



Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Epping 
Lee 
Rollinsford 





Republican 




Democratic 


ynton 


Mayberry 


Philbrick 


Estabrook Macdonald 


25 


30 


93 


140 40 


27 


35 


128 


192 37 


56 


92 


224 


233 51 


58 


90 


139 


217 58 


50 


46 


93 


157 42 


40 


55 


134 


179 56 


76 


57 


131 


661 40 


201 


20 


94 


149 32 


102 


14 


82 


259 33 


39 


19 


103 


117 29 



Totals 



674 



458 



1.221 



2.304 



418 





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DISTRICT 22 






DISTRICT 23 






Republican 


Democratic 




Republican 


Democratic 




Morse 


Garofalo 




Prescott 


Hassan 


Atkinson 


484 


166 


East Kingston 


94 


55 


Pelham 


1.449 


983 


Exeter 


592 


664 


Plaistow 


133 


90 


Kensington 


72 


94 


Salem 


1,106 


668 


Kingston 


164 


103 








Newfields 


80 


78 


TOTALS 


3,172 


1.907 


Newmarket 


219 


429 








Newton 


84 


60 








Seabrook 


175 


124 








South Hampton 36 


46 








Stratham 


309 


220 



Totals 



1.873 



STATE SENATE: 
DISTRICT 24 





Republican 


Democratic 


Caplin 


Lyons, Jr. 


Clark 


Greenland 


95 




192 


144 


Hampton 


342 




503 


612 


Hampton Falls 


58 




126 


70 


New Castle 


94 




113 


130 


Newington 


32 




82 


37 


North Hampton 


141 




170 


220 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


39 




72 


282 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


49 




96 


423 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


31 




91 


178 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


155 




172 


361 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


93 




113 


361 


Rye 


210 




324 


391 



Totals 



1,339 



2,054 



3,209 



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STATE REPRESENTATIVES 

The following summary gives the names of the candidates for State Representative in the 
Republican and Democratic Primaries, their residence and the number of votes for each. 
Asterisks indicate the nominees for each party. 

BELKNAP COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Center Harbor, New Hampton )(1) 

*Fran Wendelboe, New Hampton 22 1 

Kent F. Wamer, Center Harbor 14 

Total Vote, r 235 

*Kent F. Warner, Center Harbor 103 

Fran Wendelboe, New Hampton 2 

Total Vote, d 105 

District No. 2 (Sanbornton, Tilton)(2) 

*William B. Tobin, Sanbomton 230 

* Dennis H. Fields, Sanbornton 219 

Gail Morrison. Tilton 2 

Total Vote, r 45 1 

*Gail Morrison, Tilton 197 

* William W. Joscelyn, Tilton 136 

William B. Tobin, Sanbornton 4 

Dennis H. Fields. Sanbornton 1 

Total Vote, d 338 

District No. 3 (Meredith)(2) 

*Stephen H. Nedeau, Meredith 346 

*Bruce D. Heald, Meredith 210 

John M. Hodsdon, Meredith 163 

Sandra J. Mucci, Meredith 3 

Total Vote, r 722 

*Sandra J. Mucci, Meredith 152 

*Samuel Citron, Meredith 114 

Stephen H. Nedeau. Meredith 4 

John M. Hodsdon, Meredith 3 

Bruce D. Heald, Meredith 1 

Total Vote, d 271 

District No. 4 (Laconia Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6)(5) 

*Donald H. Flanders, Laconia 429 

*James Fitzgerald, Laconia 420 

*Franklin T. Tilton, Laconia 420 

*Ralph J. Rosen, Laconia 414 

* John A. Veazey, Laconia 34 1 

Glenn E. Dewhirst, Laconia 286 

James Anderson, Laconia 286 

Thomas L. Brown, Jr., Laconia 285 

Robert Kingsbury, Laconia 195 

Bill Baumoel, Laconia 192 

Judith Reever, Laconia 4 

Tim Arsenault, Laconia 2 

Peter R. Brunette. Laconia 1 

Gerry Morin, Laconia 1 

Anne Oehlschlaeger, Laconia 1 

Total Vote, r 3,277 

*Judith Reever, Laconia 392 

*Peter R. Brunette, Laconia 351 

*Tim Arsenault. Laconia 340 

*Gerry Morin, Laconia 339 

*Anne Oehlschlaeger, Laconia 309 

John A. Veazey. Laconia 6 

Ralph J. Rosen, Laconia 5 

Glenn E. Dewhirst, Laconia 4 



DIRECT PRIMARY 307 



James Fitzgerald. Laconia 4 

Thomas L. Brown, Jr., Laconia 4 

Robert Kingsbury, Laconia 4 

Donald H. Flanders, Laconia 3 

Franklin T. Tilton. Laconia 2 

James Anderson, Laconia 2 

Bill Baumoel. Laconia 1 

Total Vote, d 1.766 

District No. 5 (Alton, Barnstead, Belmont, Gilford)(7) 

*Michael Whalley, Alton 718 

*Janet F. Allen, Barnstead 685 

*Laurie J. Boyce. Alton 65 1 

*James P. Pilliod. Belmont 619 

*Alida Millham, Gilford 616 

*Charles L. Clark, Gilford 615 

*John H. Thomas, Belmont 609 

Richard N. Cunningham. Alton 446 

Ruby Lee Houlihan, Gilford 378 

Nathan E. LaHue. Belmont 285 

Mike Warmington. Gilford 6 

Thomas W. Aselton. Belmont 2 

Total Vote, r 5,630 

*Mary F. Frost, Gilford 476 

*Mike Warmington, Gilford 463 

*Donald B. Frost. Gilford 461 

*Thomas W. Aselton, Belmont 437 

*Greg Provost, Gilford 405 

*Joshua Damaso, Gilford 397 

*Alida Millham, Gilford 28 

James P. Pilliod, Belmont 18 

John H. Thomas, Belmont 5 

Janet F. Allen, Barnstead 4 

Michael Whalley, Alton 3 

Laurie J. Boyce, Alton 1 

Charles L. Clark, Gilford 2 

Ruby Lee Houlihan, Gilford 1 

Total Vote, d 2,701 

District No. 6 (Gilmanton )<1) 

*David H. Russell, Gilmanton. r 1 30 

*Marc D. McNamara, Gilmanton 87 

David H. Russell, Gilmanton 5 

Total Vote, d 92 

CARROLL COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Bartlett, Chatham, Conway, Hale's Location, Hart's Location, Jackson )(4) 

*Carolyn Brown. Conway 460 

*Gene G. Chandler. Bartlett 454 

*Howard C. Dickinson. Conway 395 

*Frank H. McCarthy. Conway 330 

Frank J. DiFruscio, Jackson 147 

Tom Buco. Conway 33 

Jim Salmon, Conway 30 

Brian Charles, Conway 26 

Carol A. LaPierre, Conway 25 

Total Vote, r 1,900 

*Tom Buco, Conway 257 

♦Carol A. LaPierre, Conway 230 

*Jim Salmon, Conway 228 

*Brian Charles. Conway 203 

Carolyn Brown. Conway 9 

Gene G. Chandler. Bartlett 6 

Howard C. Dickinson. Conway 1 

Total Vote, d 934 



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District No. 2 (Albany, Eaton, Madison)(l) 

*Don Philbrick, Eaton 152 

Robert Bridgham, Eaton 2 

Total Vote, r 154 

*Robert Bridgham, Eaton, d 110 

District No. 3 (Freedom, Ossipee, Sandwich, Tamworth) (3) 

*Harry C. Merrow, Ossipee 413 

*David L. Babson, Jr., Ossipee 329 

*Mark E. McConkey, Ossipee 315 

Joseph Chromy, Ossipee 6 

Leo O. Goldman, Sandwich 1 

Total Vote, r 1,064 

*Christine Kurtz-White, Tamworth 366 

*Leo O. Goldman, Sandwich 336 

*Joseph Chromy, Ossipee 303 

William Farnum, Tamworth (write-in) 26 

David L. Babson, Jr., Ossipee 13 

Harry C. Merrow, Ossipee 7 

Total Vote, d 1.051 

District No. 4 (Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, Wolfeboro)(4) 

*Betsey Patten. Moultonborough 610 

*Stanley E. Stevens, Wolfeboro 590 

*J. David Knox, Wolfeboro 588 

*Chris Ahlgren, Wolfeboro 501 

Total Vote, r 2,289 

*Louise B. Graham, Wolfeboro 297 

*Edwina Palm, Wolfeboro 286 

*Rose LeBlanc, Wolfeboro 279 

*Terry L. Pierson, Wolfeboro 263 

Stanley E. Stevens, Wolfeboro 2 

J. David Knox, Wolfeboro 1 

Total Vote, d 1,128 

District No. 5 (Brookfield, Effingham, Wakefield)(2) 

*Jim Martin, Brookfield 227 

*J. Lisbeth Olimpio, Wakefield 224 

Martha A. Pike, Brookfield 6 

Curt Carr, Wakefield 4 

Debra Singelais O'Halloran, Wakefield 2 

Total Vote, r 463 

*Martha A. Pike, Brookfield 224 

*Curt Carr, Wakefield 173 

Debra Singelais O'Halloran, Wakefield 45 

Jim Martin. Brookfield 2 

J. Lisbeth Olimpio, Wakefield 1 

Total Vote, d 445 

CHESHIRE COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Gilsum, Surry, Westmoreland)(l) 

*John J. Laurent, Westmoreland 196 

Bill Chase, Westmoreland 4 

Total Vote, r 200 

*Bill Chase, Westmoreland 192 

John J. Laurent, Westmoreland 7 

Total Vote, d 199 

District No. 2 (Alstead, Marlow, Nelson, Roxbury, Stoddard, Sullivan, Walpole)(3) 

*Sheldon S. Sawyer, Walpole 344 

*Susan R. Abert, Stoddard 310 

*Joseph Norman Feuer, Marlow 290 

Daniel Adams Eaton, Stoddard 2 

Total Vote, r 946 

*Daniel Adams Eaton, Stoddard 458 

*Alfrieda J. Englund, Alstead (write-in) 131 



DIRECT PRIMARY 309 



*John M. Pratt, Walpole (write-in) 100 

David DeCoste (write-in) 53 

Sheldon S. Sawyer, Walpole 24 

Joseph Norman Feuer, Marlow 12 

Susan R. Abert. Stoddard I 

Total Vote, d 779 

District No. 3 (Keene Wards 1-5 )( 7) 

♦Douglas K. Fish. Keene 623 

*Roger U. Day, Keene 495 

♦Robert C. Adam, Keene 489 

*Michael A. Jacques. Keene 478 

*Dean J. Eaton. Keene (write-in) 54 

*George M. Gline, Keene (write-in) 52 

Tim Dunn, Keene 8 

Peter S. Espiefs. Keene 

Chuck Weed, Keene 6 

Timothy N. Robertson, Keene 

Kris Edward Roberts, Keene 1 

Stephanie Sinclair, Keene 1 

Total Vote, r 2,216 

*Timothy N. Robertson. Keene 1 .067 

♦Chuck Weed, Keene 1,064 

*Peter S. Espiefs, Keene 1,061 

*Tim Dunn, Keene 1 .037 

*Suzanne Butcher, Keene 932 

♦Kris Edward Roberts, Keene 858 

*Stephanie Sinclair. Keene 854 

Dean J. Eaton, Keene (write-in) 17 

George M. Gline, Keene (write-in) 15 

Douglas K. Fish, Keene 10 

Total Vote, d 6,915 

District No. 4 (Chesterfield, Hinsdale, Winchester)(4) 

*Edwin O. Smith, Hinsdale 309 

*Deb Hogancamp. Chesterfield 293 

♦Don Holmquist, Hinsdale 238 

*Sharron H. Smith, Hinsdale (write-in) 37 

William Butynski. Hinsdale 24 

Stanley S. Plifka, Jr., Winchester 8 

Henry A.L. Parkhurst, Winchester 1 

Total Vote, r 910 

*Henry A.L. Parkhurst, Winchester 410 

♦Stanley S. Plifka. Jr.. Winchester 404 

♦William Butynski, Hinsdale 382 

♦Daniel P. Carr, Winchester 358 

Edwin O. Smith. Hinsdale 8 

Deb Hogancamp, Chesterfield 4 

Total Vote, d 1,566 

District No. 5 (Fitzwilliam, Richmond)! 1) 

♦Michael W. Devlin, Fitzwilliam 114 

Barbara Hull Richardson, Richmond 3 

Total Vote, r 117 

♦Barbara Hull Richardson. Richmond 155 

Michael W. Devlin. Fitzwilliam 3 

Total Vote, d 158 

District No. 6 (Harrisville, Marlborough, Swanzey, Troy)(4) 

♦Judson K. Dexter. Swanzey 335 

♦Richard H. Thackston III, Troy 311 

♦Sheila A. Foote, Swanzey 307 

♦Nicole Schultz, Swanzey 266 

Anna Z. Tilton, Marlborough 

Total Vote, r 1,221 



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*Peter H. Allen, Harrisville 536 

*Anna Z. Tilton, Marlborough 471 

*Sharon Manos, Swanzey 420 

*Gilbert Gitchell, Marlborough (write-in) 87 

Sheila A. Foote, Swanzey 2 

Judson K. Dexter. Swanzey 1 

Total Vote, d 1,517 

District No. 7 (Dublin, Jaffrey, Rindge)(4) 

*John B. Hunt. Rindge 1,103 

*Stephen T. Pelkey, Jaffrey 774 

*Susan Emerson, Rindge 68 1 

♦Gerald W. Parker. Rindge 663 

Brian K. Richard, Jaffrey 552 

Jason A. Czekalski, Rindge 436 

Maureen A. Desmarais, Jaffrey 1 

Kathryn Christensen Forry, Jaffrey 3 

Nicholas Thacher, Dublin 1 

Total Vote, r 4.2 14 

♦Kathryn Christensen Forry, Jaffrey 598 

*Bonnie Mitchell, Jaffrey 596 

♦Nicholas Thacher, Dublin 570 

*Maureen A. Desmarais, Jaffrey 553 

Stephen T. Pelkey. Jaffrey 26 

John B. Hunt. Rindge 18 

Susan Emerson. Rindge 11 

Gerald W. Parker, Rindge 7 

Total Vote, d 2.379 

COOS COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Cambridge, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia, Dix's 
Grant, Dixville, Dummer, Errol, Erving's Location, Millsfield, Odell, Pittsburg, Second College Grant, 
Stewartstown, Went worth's Location )( 2) 

*Eric G. Stohl, Colebrook 318 

♦Frederick W. King. Sr.. Colebrook 284 

Total Vote, r 602 

♦Frederick W. King, Sr., Colebrook 17 

♦Eric G. Stohl, Colebrook 14 

Total Vote, d 31 

District No. 2 (Carroll, Dalton, Jefferson, Kilkenny, Lancaster, Northumberland, Randolph, Stark, Stratford, 
Whitefield)(4) 

♦John E. Tholl. Jr., Whitefield 584 

♦William Remick. Lancaster 567 

♦Herbert D. Richardson, Lancaster 560 

♦Dorothy J. Paras Goodwin, Whitefield 472 

D. Scott Merrick, Lancaster 20 

Paula E. Bradley, Randolph 11 

Dana Landers, Northumberland 3 

Total Vote, r 2,217 

♦D. Scott Merrick, Lancaster 326 

♦Paula E. Bradley, Randolph 318 

♦Dana Landers, Northumberland 270 

♦William J. Cowie, Stark 261 

Herbert D. Richardson, Lancaster 14 

William Remick, Lancaster 7 

John E. Tholl, Jr., Whitefield 5 

Dorothy J. Paras Goodwin. Whitefield 4 

Total Vote, d 1.205 

District No. 3 (Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase, Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Gorham, 
Green's Grant, Hadley's Purchase, Low & Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location, Pinkham's Grant, Sargent's 
Purchase, Shelburne, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase)* 1) 

♦Bruce S. Lary, Gorham. r 105 

♦Bruce S. Lary. Gorham. d 1 



DIRECT PRIMARY 311 



District No. 4 (Berlin Wards 1-4, Milan, Success)(4) 

*Robert D. Brown. Berlin 270 

*Renney E. Morneau. Berlin (write-in) 45 

Edgar Mears. Berlin 5 

Robert L. Theberge. Berlin 5 

Bemie Buzzell. Berlin 3 

Total Vote, r 328 

*Robert L. Theberge, Berlin 576 

*Edgar Mears. Berlin 525 

*Bemie Buzzell. Berlin 346 

Robert D. Brown. Berlin 3 

Total Vote, d 1,450 

GRAFTON COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Littleton, Lyman)(2) 

*John L. Ward. Littleton 261 

*Stephanie Eaton. Littleton 223 

Sally Sherrard. Littleton 6 

Total Vote, r 490 

*Sally Sherrard. Littleton 1 79 

*Doug Grant. Littleton 114 

John L. Ward. Littleton 9 

Stephanie Eaton. Littleton 3 

Total Vote, d 305 

District No. 2 (Bethlehem, FraneoniaHl) 

*Ralph J. Doolan, Bethlehem 161 

Martha Stroup McLeod. Franconia 14 

Total Vote, r 175 

*Martha Stroup McLeod. Franconia, d 165 

District No. 3 (Bath, Easton, Landaff, Lincoln, Lisbon, Livermore, Monroe, Sugar Hill, Waterville Valley)(2) 

*Gregory M. Sorg. Easton 294 

*Edmond Gionet. Lincoln 285 

Total Vote, r 579 

*Norma Roth Jackman. Lincoln 1 49 

*Wilfred T. Bishop, Lincoln 116 

Edmond Gionet, Lincoln 3 

Total Vote, d 268 

District No. 4 (Thornton, Woodstock)(l) 

*Bonnie Ham. Woodstock 135 

Paul R. White, Thornton 91 

Total Vote, r 226 

*Bonnie Ham. Woodstock 11 

Paul R. White, Thornton 6 

Total Vote, d IV 

District No. 5 (Benton, Haverhill, Piermont, Warren )(2) 

*Paul C. Ingbretson, Haverhill 477 

*Robert J. Giuda, Warren 457 

Total Vote, r 934 

♦Robert J. Giuda. Warren 12 

Paul C. Ingbretson, Haverhill 9 

Total Vote, d 21 

District No. 6 (Campton, Ellsworth, Orford, Rumney, Wentworth)(2) 

♦John R.M. Alger. Rumney 476 

♦Robert Barker. Campton 379 

Ruth Cserr, Orford 3 

Gordon Porter Miller, Orford 1 

Total Vote, r 859 

♦Ruth Cserr, Orford 221 

♦Gordon Porter Miller. Orford 201 



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John R.M. Alger, Rumney 9 

Robert Barker, Campton 2 

Total Vote, d 433 

District No. 7 (Hebron, Plymouth)(2) 

* Debra A. Naro, Plymouth 270 

♦Elizabeth S. Gabler, Hebron 241 

Mary R. Cooney, Plymouth 9 

Total Vote, r 520 

*Mary R. Cooney, Plymouth 245 

*Debra A. Naro, Plymouth 90 

Total Vote, d 335 

District No. 8 (Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Groton, Holderness)(3) 

*Burton W. Williams, Bristol 678 

*Margie Maybeck, Holderness 527 

*Andrew L. Dorsett, Ashland 483 

Total Vote, r 1,688 

*Jennifer Mitchell, Holderness (write-in) 27 

*Burton W. Williams, Bristol 16 

Margie Maybeck, Holderness 2 

Andrew L. Dorsett, Ashland 7 

Total Vote, d 52 

District No. 9 (Hanover, Lyme)(4) 

*Thomas W. Toner, Lyme 219 

*Katherine Racicot, Hanover 201 

*Jesse Roisin, Hanover 1 88 

Estelle Diamond, Hanover 5 

Ruth Bleyler, Lyme 1 

Total Vote, r 614 

*Sharon L. Nordgren, Hanover 1,062 

*Hilda Weyl Sokol, Hanover 1 ,049 

*Ruth Bleyler, Lyme 1,043 

*Bernard Benn, Hanover 1,024 

Estelle Diamond, Hanover 445 

Total Vote, d 4,623 

District No. 10 (Canaan, Dorchester, Enfield, Grafton, Orange)(3) 

♦Paul Mirski, Enfield 307 

*Scott Borthwick, Canaan 267 

*Charles E. Sova, Orange 263 

Pete E. Solomon, Canaan 12 

Curtis E. Payne. Enfield 3 

Catherine Mulholland, Grafton 1 

Total Vote, r 853 

♦Catherine Mulholland, Grafton 258 

*Pete E. Solomon, Canaan 232 

*Curtis E. Payne, Enfield 230 

Paul Mirski, Enfield 10 

Scott Borthwick, Canaan 7 

Charles E. Sova, Orange 6 

Total Vote, d 743 

District No. 11 (Lebanon Wards 1 - 3)(4) 

*Daniel A. Nash, Lebanon 338 

♦Arthur F. Creighton, Lebanon 314 

♦Carl Porter, Lebanon 311 

♦John A. Guidotti, Lebanon 288 

Anna L. Harding, Lebanon 5 

Lee Hammond, Lebanon 3 

Gene Andersen, Lebanon 2 

Susan Almy, Lebanon 2 

Total Vote, r 1,263 

♦Susan Almy, Lebanon 647 



DIRECT PRIMARY 313 



*Lee Hammond. Lebanon 619 

*Anna L. Harding, Lebanon 599 

*Gene Andersen. Lebanon 586 

Carl Porter. Lebanon 2 

Total Vote, d 2,453 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Antrim, Hancock, Hillsborough, Windsor)(3) 

*Jim Carew, Hillsborough 533 

*Larry G. Elliott. Hillsborough 462 

*Desmond M. Ford. Hancock 403 

David Essex. Antrim 6 

Total Vote, r 1,404 

*David Essex, Antrim 425 

*Jayme H. Simoes, Hillsborough 301 

*Scott E. Welch, Hillsborough 282 

Jim Carew. Hillsborough 12 

Desmond M. Ford, Hancock 4 

Larry G. Elliott. Hillsborough 3 

Total Vote, d 1,027 

District No. 2 (Bennington, Deering, Francestown, Greenfield)(2) 

*Jarvis M. Adams JTV, Greenfield 303 

*Dario A. Carrara. Greenfield 262 

Lori J. O'Brien, Bennington 170 

David S. Recupero. Deering 105 

Total Vote, r 840 

*Claudia A. Chase, Francestown 300 

*Nell Conkright, Greenfield (write-in) 282 

William A. Riley. Francestown 61 

Dario A. Carrara, Greenfield 4 

Lori J. O'Brien. Bennington 4 

Jarvis M. Adams IV. Greenfield 2 

Total Vote, d 653 

District No. 3 (Greenville, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Sharon)(4) 

*Mark Carter. Peterborough 817 

*Larry Ross. Peterborough 718 

*Donald Carlson, New Ipswich 704 

*Brian Somero . New Ipswich (write-in)(refused nomination) 57 

Anne-Marie Irwin, Peterborough 26 

Andrew Peterson. Peterborough (write-in) 20 

Jill Shaffer Hammond. Peterborough 11 

Richard S. Eaton. Greenville (write-in)(refused nomination) 6 

Stephen P. Spratt. Greenville 5 

John Friede. Peterborough 1 

Total Vote, r 2,365 

*Anne-Marie Irwin. Peterborough 788 

* Jill Shaffer Hammond, Peterborough 575 

*John Friede, Peterborough 548 

*Stephen P. Spratt, Greenville 491 

Mark Carter, Peterborough 2 

Larry Ross. Peterborough 1 

Total Vote, d 2.405 

District No. 4 (Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon, New Boston, Temple, Wilton )(4) 

*Pamela D. Coughlin, Mont Vernon 765 

*William L. O'Brien, Mont Vernon 685 

*Bob Mead, Mont Vernon 669 

*John F. Sweeney. Wilton 656 

Linda T. Foster, Mont Vernon 12 

David Woodbury, New Boston 8 

Andrew Roeper, Lyndeborough 1 

Total Vote, r 2,796 



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*Linda T. Foster. Mont Vernon 580 

♦Andrew Roeper, Lyndeborough 521 

*David Woodbury, New Boston 489 

*Gerry Wroe, Wilton 466 

Bob Mead. Mont Vernon 3 

Pamela D. Coughlin, Mont Vernon 2 

William L. O'Brien, Mont Vernon 2 

Total Vote, d 2,063 

District No. 5 (Brookline, Hollis, Mason)(4) 

♦Richard B. Drisko, Hollis 906 

*Carolyn M. Gargasz, Hollis 877 

*Donald Ryder, Hollis 843 

♦Michael Molkentine, Brookline 726 

Betty B. Hall, Brookline 6 

John F. Dunn, Hollis 1 

Total Vote, r 3,359 

*Betty B. Hall, Brookline 418 

♦Claire J. Helfman, Hollis 361 

*John F. Dunn, Hollis 327 

*Lin Robinson, Mason 315 

Richard B. Drisko, Hollis 3 

Carolyn M. Gargasz. Hollis 3 

Michael Molkentine, Brookline 2 

Total Vote, d 1,429 

District No. 6 (Amherst, Milford )(8) 

♦Lee G. Slocum, Amherst 1 .385 

*Ryan Hansen, Milford 1,298 

♦Robert Rowe, Amherst 1 ,209 

♦James E. Wheeler, Milford 1,172 

*Cynthia J. Dokmo, Amherst 1,132 

*Peter F. Bergin, Amherst 1,116 

♦Stephen B. Stepanek, Amherst 1,101 

♦Tim O'Connell, Milford 1,056 

Paul D. Spiess, Amherst 987 

Jason Hennessey, Milford 962 

Joseph A. Hoell, Milford 743 

Mark Benjamin Linn. Milford 591 

Jeremy J. Blanchard, Amherst 8 

Kevin R. Taylor, Milford 5 

William Siroty, Amherst 3 

Total Vote, r 12.768 

*Jeremy J. Blanchard, Amherst 552 

*William Siroty, Amherst 516 

*Kevin R. Taylor, Milford 490 

♦Tim O'Connell, Milford 148 

*Cynthia J. Dokmo, Amherst 91 

Paul D. Spiess. Amherst 84 

*Peter F Bergin, Amherst 70 

*Peter R. Leishman, Milford (write-in) 59 

♦Robert Rowe, Amherst 16 

Ryan Hansen, Milford 15 

Lee G. Slocum, Amherst 10 

Stephen B. Stepanek, Amherst 8 

Joseph A. Hoell, Milford 3 

Mark Benjamin Linn, Milford 3 

James E. Wheeler, Milford 2 

Jason Hennessey, Milford 2 

Total Vote, d 2,069 

District No. 7 (Goffstown, Weare)(8) 

♦Larry Emerton, Goffstown 1 ,09 1 

♦Karen K. McRae, Goffstown 1,088 

♦Neal M. Kurk, Weare 1,037 



DIRECT PRIMARY 315 



*Bruce F. Hunter, Goffstown 1.009 

♦Pamela V. Manney, Goffstown 992 

♦Randolph Holden. Goffstown 959 

♦Robert Wheeler, Goffstown 949 

♦Stephen Baines, Goffstown 839 

Gary S. Hopper, Weare 800 

William E. Gillis, Jr., Goffstown 603 

Total Vote, r 9,367 

♦Neal M. Kurk, Weare 86 

♦Larry Emerton, Goffstown 48 

♦Randolph Holden. Goffstown 40 

♦Pamela V. Manney. Goffstown 22 

♦Reta McGregor, Goffstown (write-in) 21 

♦Robert Wheeler, Goffstown 17 

♦Denise Walderich, Goffstown (write-in) 13 

♦Mary L. Till, Goffstown (write-in) 13 

Bruce F. Hunter, Goffstown 8 

Gary S. Hopper, Weare 4 

Karen K. McRae, Goffstown 4 

John C. Sarette. Goffstown 2 

William E. Gillis, Jr.. Goffstown 1 

Total Vote, d 279 

District No. 8 (Manchester Ward 1 )(3) 

♦Sandra Reeves, Manchester 474 

♦William Beaton, Manchester 445 

♦M. Alana Demers, Manchester 396 

Christopher C. Pappas. Manchester 9 

Jeff Goley, Manchester 

Total Vote, r 1 ,326 

♦Christopher C. Pappas, Manchester 614 

♦Jeff Goley, Manchester 457 

♦Toula K. Barber, Manchester 336 

Sandra Reeves, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, d 1.408 

District No. 9 (Manchester Ward 2)(3) 

♦Saghir A. Tahir. Manchester 279 

♦William Golding, Manchester 241 

♦Winfred Hutchinson. Manchester 233 

Total Vote, r 753 

♦Jim Craig, Manchester 393 

♦Doris A. Robitaille, Manchester 290 

♦Michael Bouchard, Manchester 274 

Saghir A. Tahir. Manchester 3 

William Golding, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, d 961 

District No. 10 (Manchester Ward 3)(3) 

♦Jonathan K. Heath. Manchester 167 

Roy A. Arsenault, Jr.. Manchester 5 

Peter M. Sullivan, Manchester 5 

Jean L. Jeudy, Manchester 4 

William Clayton. Manchester 3 

Fran Egbers, Manchester 3 

Total Vote, r 187 

♦Peter M. Sullivan. Manchester 213 

♦Fran Egbers, Manchester 178 

♦William Clayton, Manchester 156 

Roy A. Arsenault, Jr.. Manchester 135 

Jean L. Jeudy. Manchester 103 

Jonathan K. Heath, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, d 786 



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District No. 11 (Manchester Ward 4)(3) 

*Leo P. Pepino, Manchester 222 

*Kathleen Souza, Manchester 170 

*Roy Shoults, Sr., Manchester 136 

Anthony F. Simon, Manchester 2 

Caitlin Daniuk, Manchester 1 

Thomas William Martin. Manchester 1 

Total Vote, r 532 

*Caitlin Daniuk, Manchester 224 

♦Anthony F. Simon, Manchester 205 

♦Thomas William Martin, Manchester 157 

Anthony P. Boticello, Manchester 130 

Leo P. Pepino, Manchester 3 

Kathleen Souza, Manchester 1 

Roy Shoults, Sr, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, d 721 

District No. 12 (Manchester Ward 5)(3) 

*Norma Greer Champagne, Manchester 147 

♦Francis Sullivan, Manchester 16 

*Hector M. Velez, Manchester 16 

Eric Palangas, Manchester 3 

Total Vote, r 182 

*Francis Sullivan, Manchester 227 

*Hector M. Velez, Manchester 186 

*Eric Palangas, Manchester 184 

Raul Bernal, Manchester 86 

Total Vote, d 683 

District No. 13 (Manchester Ward 6)(3) 

* William Infantine, Manchester 311 

♦Bernard Luebkert, Manchester 224 

♦Jeffrey S. Aboshar. Manchester 22 1 

Benjamin C. Baroody, Manchester 1 

Sherri M. Bernstein, Manchester 1 

Suzie Fortier, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, r 759 

♦Benjamin C. Baroody, Manchester 349 

♦Suzie Fortier, Manchester 306 

♦Sherri M. Bernstein, Manchester 269 

Jeffrey S. Aboshar. Manchester 2 

William Infantine, Manchester 1 

Bernard Luebkert, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, d 928 

District No. 14 (Manchester Ward 7)(3) 

♦Vivian J. Desmarais, Mancheter 198 

♦Jeffrey Carter, Manchester 183 

Robert Haley, Manchester 2 

Patrick Garrity, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, r 384 

♦Robert Haley, Manchester 297 

♦Patrick Garrity, Manchester 296 

♦Michael J. Reuschel, Manchester 221 

Total Vote, d 814 

District No. 15 (Manchester Ward 8)(3) 

♦Steve Vaillancourt. Manchester 271 

♦Mike Biundo, Manchester 223 

Betsi L. DeVries, Manchester 7 

Normand A. Tanguay, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, r 502 

♦Betsi L. DeVries, Manchester 384 

♦Normand A. Tanguay, Manchester 267 

♦Walter H. Becht, Manchester 242 

Steve Vaillancourt, Manchester 4 

Total Vote, d 897 



DIRECT PRIMARY 317 



District No. 16 (Manchester Ward 9)(3) 

*J. Gail Barry, Manchester 273 

*Maurice L. Pilotte, Manchester 13 

Linda R. Macia, Manchester 1 

Barbara E. Shaw, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, r 288 

*Barbara E. Shaw. Manchester 424 

*Maurice L. Pilotte. Manchester 390 

*Linda R. Macia. Manchester 285 

J. Gail Barry, Manchester 1 

Total Vote, d 1.100 

District No. 17 (Manchester Wards 10, 11 and 12)(8) 

*Carlos Gonzalez, Manchester 618 

*Robert Chabot, Manchester 592 

*Keith D. Hirschmann, Manchester 546 

*Irene M. Messier, Manchester 535 

*Raymond R. Hebert, Manchester 468 

*Barbara J. Hagan, Manchester 459 

*Denise Marie Herman, Manchester 428 

*Richard A. Marston, Manchester 385 

Gary C. Greenberg. Manchester 379 

Phil Greazzo. Manchester 226 

Michael Brunelle, Manchester 6 

Michael Farley, Manchester 3 

Paul A. Brassard. Manchester 2 

Total Vote, r 4,647 

*Jane Beaulieu, Manchester 775 

*Paul A. Brassard, Manchester 664 

*Michael Brunelle. Manchester 645 

Thomas Katsiantonis, Manchester 599 

*Shannon Lee Bernier, Manchester 599 

*John H. Early, Manchester 543 

♦Michael Farley. Manchester 532 

*June Panagopoulos. Manchester 518 

Irene M. Messier. Manchester 8 

Gary C. Greenberg, Manchester 5 

Raymond R. Hebert, Manchester 4 

Carlos Gonzalez, Manchester 3 

Richard A. Marston, Manchester 

Keith D. Hirschmann, Manchester 1 

Barbara J. Hagan. Manchester 1 

Denise Marie Herman. Manchester 1 

Total Vote, d 4,900 

District No. 18 (Bedford)(6) 

♦Edward P. Moran. Bedford 719 

*Moe Villeneuve, Bedford 628 

*Ken Hawkins. Bedford 603 

*Mark S. Clark, Bedford 591 

*John A. Graham, Bedford 590 

♦Michael J. Scanlon, Bedford 589 

Jayne E. Spaulding, Bedford 517 

Evan N. Berg, Bedford 514 

Sylvia A. Holley, Bedford 382 

Arlene N. Dupuis, Bedford 295 

Richard O. Wyatt, Bedford 223 

J. Edward Kerns. Bedford 153 

Tom Luibheid, Bedford 149 

Diane Zito, Bedford 

Alan Seidman. Bedford 1 

Total Vote, r 5,966 

♦Diane Zito, Bedford 591 

♦Karla S. McManus, Bedford 438 

♦Kathryn Dean. Bedford 417 



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*Karyn A. Russell Merriman. Bedford 407 

*Cynthia Onigman. Bedford 386 

*Alan Seidman, Bedford 362 

Robert D. Jones, Bedford 349 

Moe Villeneuve, Bedford 3 

Michael J. Scanlon, Bedford 1 

Jayne E. Spaulding. Bedford 1 

Richard O. Wyatt, Bedford 1 

Total Vote, d 2,956 

District No. 19 (Merrimack)(8) 

*Peter L. Batula, Merrimack 899 

*Bob L'Heureux, Merrimack 843 

*Robert W. Brundige, Merrimack 782 

*Chris Christensen, Merrimack 687 

*Maureen Mooney, Merrimack 649 

*Peyton B. Hinkle, Merrimack 581 

*John M. Gibson, Merrimack 552 

*Nancy Elliott, Merrimack 505 

Peter H. Jennings, Merrimack 478 

Christopher S. Ortega, Merrimack 450 

Gary H. Watson, Merrimack 412 

Roger W. Van Wert, Merrimack 302 

James M. O'Neil, Merrimack 15 

Total Vote, r 7,155 

*James M. O'Neil, Merrimack 595 

*Pam Green, Merrimack 555 

*Richard L. Arthur, Merrimack 548 

*Donald H. Botsch, Merrimack 547 

*Pat Heinrich, Merrimack 537 

*Kevin Hackett O'Neill, Merrimack 495 

*Jacob Weisberg, Merrimack 485 

*Andrew Sylvia. Merrimack (write-in) 75 

Bob L'Heureux, Merrimack 27 

Robert W. Brundige, Merrimack 8 

John M. Gibson, Merrimack 7 

Peter L. Batula, Merrimack 6 

Peyton B. Hinkle, Merrimack 5 

Peter H. Jennings, Merrimack 5 

Chris Christenen, Merrimack 3 

Gary H. Watson, Merrimack 3 

Christopher S. Ortega, Merrimack 3 

Maureen Mooney, Merrimack 2 

Roger W. Van Wert, Merrimack 2 

Total Vote, d 3,908 

District No. 20 (Nashua Ward l)(3) 

*Eugene Kelly, Jr., Nashua 308 

*Henry W. McElroy, Jr., Nashua 285 

*Fred S. Teeboom, Nashua 282 

Total Vote, r 875 

*Ruth Ginsburg, Nashua 271 

* Anthony P. Matarazzo, Nashua 220 

*Jacek Nowicki, Nashua (write-in) 23 

Eugene Kelly, Jr., Nashua 3 

Henry W. McElroy, Jr., Nashua 2 

Total Vote, d 519 

District No. 21 (Nashua Ward 2)(3) 

*Robert S. Mercer, Nashua 217 

*Michael A. Balboni, Nashua 213 

*Elenore "Casey" Crane, Nashua 185 

Total Vote, r 615 

*Suzanne Harvey, Nashua 179 

*Leo A. Balzano, Nashua 146 



DIRECT PRIMARY 319 



*Sharron Rovvlett. Nashua 146 

Eleanore "Casey" Crane. Nashua 2 

Michael A. Balboni. Nashua 1 

Total Vote, d 474 

District No. 22 (Nashua Ward S)(3) 

*Paul Harrington. Nashua 202 

*Mark D. Newhall. Nashua 190 

*Dan Richardson. Nashua 166 

David L. Smith, Nashua 4 

Lucinda Rosenwald, Nashua 3 

Lori A. Movsesian, Nashua 1 

Total Vote, r 566 

*Lucinda Rosenwald. Nashua 207 

*Lori A. Movsesian. Nashua 1 88 

*David L. Smith. Nashua 175 

Paul Harrington, Nashua 1 

Mark D. Newhall. Nashua 1 

Total Vote, d 572 

District No. 23 (Nashua Ward 4)(3) 

*David J. Gleneck. Nashua 88 

*Kevin T. Barnett, Nashua 67 

Total Vote, r 155 

*David E. Cote, Nashua 153 

*Mary J. Gorman. Nashua 138 

*Eric P. Rochette, Nashua 135 

Total Vote, d 426 

District No. 24 (Nashua Ward 6 1(3) 

*Sandra Ziehm. Nashua 189 

Robert Breslin. Nashua (write-in ((refused nomination) 24 

*David B. Campbell. Nashua 17 

Jane Clemons, Nashua 2 

Total Vote, r 232 

*Jane Clemons. Nashua 167 

*Roland J. Lefebvre, Nashua 135 

*David B. Campbell. Nashua 134 

Total Vote, d 436 

District No. 25 (Nashua Ward 7)(3) 

Hogan (write-in) 9 

Stephen Michon. Nashua 5 

Claudette R. Jean. Nashua 1 

Total Vote, r 15 

*Claudette R. Jean. Nashua 233 

*Peter R. Cote, Nashua 204 

*Stephen Michon. Nashua 180 

Total Vote, d 617 

District No. 26 (Nashua Wards 5, 8 and 9)( 10) 

*Bea Francoeur. Nashua 566 

*Pamela G. Price. Nashua 552 

*Nelson S. Allan, Nashua 520 

*Donald J. Dyer, Nashua 511 

*Albert C. Cernota, Nashua 508 

*William E. Mosher, Nashua 504 

*Roberta M. Cernota, Nashua 486 

*Lawrence A. Artz, Nashua 486 

*Donald F. McCollum. Nashua 439 

*Mahlon Artz. Nashua 434 

Angeline Kopka, Nashua 

Mary L. Andosca, Nashua 4 

Paula Johnson. Nashua 2 

Joan H. Schulze. Nashua 2 



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Mary Ellen Martin, Nashua 1 

Total Vote, r 5,022 

*Bette R. Lasky, Nashua 65 1 

*Kimberly C. Shaw, Nashua 585 

*Angeline Kopka, Nashua 561 

*Mary Ellen Martin, Nashua 556 

♦Mary L. Andosca, Nashua 546 

*Joan H. Schulze, Nashua 532 

*Paula Johnson, Nashua 476 

*Paul F. Johnson, Nashua 474 

*David J. Boothby, Nashua 462 

*David L. Brody, Nashua 415 

Jeffrey Roscoe Richardson, Nashua 399 

Nelson S. Allan, Nashua 4 

Albert C. Cernota, Nashua 3 

Lawrence A. Artz, Nashua 2 

Roberta M. Cernota, Nashua 2 

William E. Mosher, Nashua 2 

Donald J. Dyer, Nashua 1 

Bea Francoeur, Nashua 1 

Donald F. McCollum, Nashua 1 

Pamela G. Price, Nashua 1 

Total Vote, d 5,674 

District No. 27 (Hudson, Litchfield, Pelham)(13) 

*Peter R. Goyette, Jr., Hudson 1,663 

♦Jean-Guy J. Bergeron, Pelham 1 ,644 

♦Ralph G. Boehm, Litchfield 1,589 

♦Lars T Christiansen. Hudson 1 ,408 

♦Rudy Lessard, Hudson 1 ,345 

*James Lawrence, Hudson 1 ,309 

*Shawn N. Jasper, Hudson 1,294 

*Leon Calawa. Jr., Litchfield 1 ,249 

*Lynne Ober, Hudson 1 ,237 

*David L. Buhlman, Hudson 1,209 

* Andrew Renzullo, Hudson 1,172 

♦Stephen D. Hellwig, Hudson 1,116 

*Jordan Ulery. Hudson 1,109 

Russell T. Ober III, Hudson 1,080 

Eric P. Estevez. Pelham (write-in) 362 

Harold Lynde. Pelham 6 

Donna Marie Marceau, Hudson 5 

William T. Shutt, Hudson 1 

Paul L. Dadak, Pelham 1 

Sid Das, Pelham 1 

Total Vote, r 18,800 

*Harold Lynde, Pelham 1 ,226 

*Donna Marie Marceau. Hudson 1,141 

*Gail Tulipani, Hudson 1,001 

♦Leona Dolloff, Hudson 998 

*Vivian L. McGuire, Hudson 982 

♦Kevin P. Riley, Hudson 978 

*Jim Caron, Hudson 957 

*Paul L. Dadak, Pelham 928 

♦Brian Ballou, Litchfield 910 

♦Richard Ingram, Hudson 868 

♦Jeremy L. Muller. Hudson 833 

♦Sid Das, Pelham 808 

♦William T Shutt. Hudson 804 

Eric P. Estevez, Pelham (write-in) 248 

Jean-Guy J. Bergeron, Pelham 26 

Leon Calawa, Jr., Litchfield 3 

Ralph G. Boehm, Litchfield 2 

Total Vote, d 12,713 



DIRECT PRIMARY 321 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Danbury, New London, WiImot)(2) 

*David H. Kidder, New London 397 

*Tom F. McCormick, New London 252 

Gene F. Danforth, Danbury ' 7 ' 

Robert Foose. New London 

Dan H. Allen. New London 3 

Total Vote, r 830 

*Robert Foose. New London 369 

*Dan H. Allen. New London 240 

David H. Kidder. New London 

Tom F. McCormick, New London 1 

Gene F Danforth. Danbury ' 

Total Vote, d 612 

District No. 2 (Franklin Wards 1 - 3, Hill)(3) 

♦Herbert F Whiting, Franklin 232 

*Dennis Reed, Franklin 224 

Lawrence K. Hennessy. Franklin 4 

Jim Ryan. Franklin 3 

Total Vote, r 463 

*Lawrence K. Hennessy. Franklin 196 

*Jim Ryan. Franklin 195 

Dennis Reed, Franklin 

Herbert F Whiting. Franklin 4 

Total Vote, d 402 

District No. 3 (Newbury, Sutton)(l) 

*Jim Powell. Newbury 223 

Patricia McMahon. Sutton 45 

Total Vote, r 268 

*Patricia McMahon. Sutton 158 

Jim Powell. Newbury 

Total Vote, d 163 

District No. 4 (Hopkinton, Warner, Webster)(3) 

*Richard Kennedy, Hopkinton 488 

*Susan Griffin Yonkers, Hopkinton 479 

*Fred N. Creed, Jr., Warner 431 

Christine Hamm. Hopkinton 4 

Total Vote, r 1.402 

*Christine Hamm. Hopkinton 967 

*Derek Owen, Hopkinton 847 

*Paul DiGeronimo, Warner 628 

Richard Kennedy, Hopkinton 

Susan Griffin Yonkers, Hopkinton 1 

Total Vote, d 2,444 

District No. 5 (Bradford, Henniker)(2) 

*David P. Currier. Henniker 267 

*James P. Walsh, Henniker 166 

Timothy Troncone, Bradford 61 

Barbara Conner French, Henniker 

Total Vote, r 495 

*Barbara Conner French, Henniker 384 

*Aaron M. Lavallee. Henniker 246 

David P. Currier. Henniker 3 

James P. Walsh, Henniker 1 

Total Vote, d 634 

District No. 6 (Andover, Boscawen, Canterbury, Loudon, Northfield, Salisbury)(6) 

*Roy D. Maxfield, Loudon 614 

*Priscilla Parmenter Lockwood, Canterbury 594 

*James William Danforth, Andover 544 

*Francis Ruffing. Loudon 



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*Paula Werme, Boscawen 512 

*A1 Foley, Andover 482 

Howard L. Wilson, Andover 465 

Frank A. Tupper, Canterbury (write-in) 48 

Kenneth Jopp, Loudon ( write-in) 12 

Claire D. Clarke, Boscawen 4 

Joy K. Tilton, Northfield 3 

Total Vote, r 3,801 

*Claire D. Clarke, Boscawen 69 1 

*Joy K. Tilton, Northfield 592 

*Richard P. Brewster, Andover 55 1 

*Frank A. Tupper, Canterbury (write-in) 373 

*Kenneth Jopp, Loudon (write-in) 303 

Priscilla Parmenter Lockwood, Canterbury 8 

Paula Werme, Boscawen 3 

Roy D. Maxfield, Loudon 1 

Total Vote, d 2,522 

District No. 7 (Chichester, Pembroke)(3) 

*Bill Field, Pembroke 311 

*Ann M. Bond, Pembroke 263 

*Deanna P. Rush, Pembroke 35 

Vincent E. Greco, Pembroke 33 

Regis A. Lemaire, Pembroke 8 

Total Vote, r 650 

*Deanna P. Rush, Pembroke 392 

*Vincent E. Greco, Pembroke 347 

*Regis A. Lemaire, Pembroke 315 

Total Vote, d 1,054 

District No. 8 (Allenstown, Epsom, Pittsfield)(4) 

*Tony F. Soltani, Epsom 403 

*Edward N. Nutter, Epsom 322 

*Thomas Langlais, Epsom 298 

*John Klose, Epsom 269 

Gerard A. LeDuc, Pittsfield 262 

Charles B. Yeaton, Epsom 4 

Harvey Harkness, Epsom 3 

Laura M. Bonk, Allenstown 1 

Total Vote, r 1,562 

*Charles B. Yeaton, Epsom 397 

*Arthur Morse, Pittsfield 361 

*Laura M. Bonk, Allenstown 352 

*Harvey Harkness, Epsom 340 

Edward N. Nutter, Epsom 2 

Tony F. Soltani, Epsom 2 

John Klose, Epsom 1 

Thomas Langlais, Epsom 1 

Gerard A. LeDuc, Pittsfield 1 

Total Vote, d 1.457 

District No. 9 (Hooksett)(4) 

*David W. Hess, Hooksett 445 

*Dick Marple, Hooksett 346 

Tames Oliver, Hooksett 320 

*Stephen L'Heureux, Hooksett 310 

Ray F. Langer, Hooksett 300 

Mike Farrell, Hooksett 212 

P.J. Meads, Hooksett 58 

Total Vote, r 1,991 

*Eileen Spratt Ehlers, Hooksett 305 

*Greg DeMarco, Hooksett 245 

Steve Christos, Hooksett (write-in)(refused nomination) 14 

*Matt Quiet, Hooksett (write-in) 14 

David W. Hess, Hooksett 10 

Total Vote, d 588 



DIRECT PRIMARY 323 



District No. 10 (Concord Wards 1, 2 and 3)(4) 

*Eric Daniels. Concord 350 

*Elizabeth D. Blanchard, Concord 331 

*Donna J. Farrelly, Concord 285 

*Winston H. McCarty, Concord 279 

Steve Shurtleff, Concord 13 

Mary Stuart Gile, Concord 8 

Fran Potter. Concord 6 

Total Vote, r 1.272 

*Mary Stuart Gile. Concord 555 

*Fran Potter. Concord 492 

*Steve Shurtleff. Concord 346 

*Karen Cote. Concord 32 1 

Shawn Riley, Concord 310 

Elizabeth D. Blanchard, Concord 3 

Eric Daniels. Concord 3 

Donna J. Farrelly, Concord 1 

Total Vote, d 2,034 

District No. 11 (Concord Wards 4, 8, 9 and 10)(5) 

*Jim MacKay. Concord 615 

*Leo W. Fraser, Jr., Concord 561 

*Russell Perkins, Concord 470 

*Michael Moffett. Concord 466 

*Eric Dickner, Concord 436 

Tara Reardon, Concord 8 

Bob Williams, Concord 

Candace C.W. Bouchard. Concord 2 

John DeJoie, Concord 2 

Total Vote, r 2,567 

*Tara Reardon, Concord 1,019 

*Candace C.W. Bouchard, Concord 915 

*Bob Williams, Concord 907 

*Eileen Keim, Concord 843 

*John DeJoie, Concord 831 

Jim MacKay, Concord 3 

Leo W. Fraser, Jr., Concord 1 

Total Vote, d 4.5 19 

District No. 12 (Concord Wards 5, 6 and 7)(4) 

*Elizabeth Hager, Concord 406 

*Rob Thompson. Concord 328 

*Sam Cohen, Concord 311 

*Gregory Pederzani. Concord 296 

Total Vote, r 1,341 

*Mary Jane Wallner. Concord 915 

*Don Brueggemann. Concord 772 

*Jessie L. Osbome. Concord 747 

*Joshua A. Harwood. Concord 674 

Total Vote, d 3.108 

District No. 13 (Bow, Dunbarton)(3) 

*Eric Anderson. Bow 625 

*John D. Finan, Bow 479 

*Ronald W. Wanner, Dunbarton 462 

Stephen T. DeStefano, Bow 7 

Mary Beth Walz, Bow 

Robert E. Martel, Dunbarton 3 

Total Vote, r 1,583 

*Stephen T. DeStefano, Bow 578 

*Mary Beth Walz, Bow 503 

*Robert E. Martel, Dunbarton 419 

Eric Anderson, Bow 2 

John D. Finan. Bow 1 

Total Vote, d 1.503 



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ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham )(S) 

*Robert A. Johnson, Northwood 538 

*Harriet E. Cady. Deerfield 505 

*Elbert Bicknell. Deerfield 499 

*Rudolph J. Kobel, Candia 497 

*Joe Stone, Deerfield 489 

Thomas Seiler, Nottingham 383 

Richard H. Snow, Candia 3 

Susi Nord, Candia 2 

Tom Chase. Northwood 1 

Total Vote, r 2,917 

*Susi Nord, Candia 467 

♦Torn Chase, Northwood 402 

♦Richard H. Snow, Candia 390 

*William J. Zarges, Candia 366 

♦Robert Van Winkle, Deerfield 345 

Joe Stone, Deerfield 9 

Rudolph J. Kobel, Candia 2 

Harriet E. Cady, Deerfield 2 

Robert A. Johnson, Northwood 1 

Thomas Seiler, Nottingham 1 

Total Vote, d 1,985 

District No. 2 (Raymond |(3) 

*Frank Bishop, Raymond 279 

*Norman E. Weldy, Jr., Raymond 248 

*Robert Forsing, Raymond 230 

Total Vote, i 757 

Frank Bishop, Raymond 6 

Norman E. Weldy, Jr., Raymond 4 

Robert Forsing, Raymond 1 

Total Vote, d 11 

District No. 3 (Auburn, Londonderry)(9) 

*Sharon M. Carson, Londonderry 823 

*Robert Introne, Londonderry 813 

*Betsy McKinney, Londonderry 776 

♦Sherman Packard, Londonderry 753 

*Benjamin E. Parker, Londonderry 73 1 

*Karen Keegan Hutchinson, Londonderry 699 

*Paul C. Smith. Auburn 669 

*Dudley Dumaine, Londonderry 656 

*James Headd, Auburn 639 

Frank R. Emiro, Londonderry 569 

Richard G. Hagan, Londonderry 536 

Total Vote, r 7,664 

*James K. Mitchell, Jr., Londonderry 540 

*William E. Thomas, Auburn 537 

*Vincent Perry, Londonderry 530 

*Alan R. Hoffman, Londonderry 526 

*Adam Hoffman, Londonderry 525 

*Bill Longmaid, Londonderry 522 

♦Barbara Lowery, Londonderry (write-in) 14 

*Philip Tetreau, Londonderry (write-in) 14 

♦Sharon M. Carson, Londonderry 14 

Paul C. Smith, Auburn 12 

James Headd, Auburn 12 

Warner (write-in) 12 

Benjamin E. Parker, Londonderry 11 

Robert Introne, Londonderry 4 

Betsy McKinney, Londonderry 4 

Sherman Packard, Londonderry 3 

Frank R. Emiro, Londonderry 3 



DIRECT PRIMARY 325 



Karen Keegan Hutchinson. Londonderry 3 

Dudley Dumaine, Londonderry 1 

Richard G. Hagan. Londonderry 1 

Total Vote, d 3,288 

District No. 4 (Salem, YYindhamX 13) 

*Mary E. Griffin. Windham 1 ,853 

*Kevin K. Waterhouse. Windham 1 ,699 

*D.J. Bettencourt, Salem 1.645 

*Anthony R. DiFruscia. Windham 1 ,624 

*Charles E. McMahon, Windham 1,513 

* Anne K. Priestley, Salem 1 .440 

*Ronald J. Belanger. Salem 1 .439 

*Janeen Dalrymple. Salem 1 ,4 1 2 

*Russell F. Ingram, Salem 1.391 

*James B. Coburn. Windham 1,227 

*Richard T Cooney, Salem 1 .207 

*John J. Manning, Jr., Salem 1.180 

♦Christopher L. Doyle, Windham 1.112 

James E. Holland, Jr., Salem 1.110 

Patrick J. Robertson, Windham 1 ,057 

Jason M. Bedrick, Windham (write-in) 52 

Total Vote, r 20,961 

*Richard J. O'Shaughnessy. Salem 1.072 

*Doris V Flaherty. Salem 917 

*Ralph Stein. Salem 867 

*Marion E. Martin. Windham 854 

*Laurel Redden. Salem 854 

*Michael Caruso, Windham 830 

*Dave Brody, Windham 825 

*Scott Brody. Windham 824 

*Carol Spickler. Salem 819 

*Edward M. Kirby, Salem 784 

*Clark E. Johnson III, Salem 765 

*Alan Spickler. Salem 753 

*Henri Azibert. Windham (write-in) 16 

Charles E. McMahon, Windham 14 

Anthony R. DiFruscia, Windham 11 

Mary E. Griffin. Windham 9 

D.J. Bettencourt, Salem 

James E. Holland. Jr., Salem 6 

Ronald J. Belanger. Salem 6 

John J. Manning, Jr.. Salem 5 

Kevin K. Waterhouse. Windham 4 

Janeen Dalrymple, Salem 4 

Richard T. Cooney. Salem 2 

Russell F. Ingram. Salem 1 

Anne K. Priestley. Salem 1 

Total Vote, d 10,250 

District No. 5 (DerryMll) 

*John Dowd, Derry 852 

*George N. Katsakiores, Derry 786 

*Phyllis M. Katsakiores, Derry 785 

*William R. Zolla, Derry 694 

♦Patricia Dowling. Derry 689 

*Paul R. Hopfgarten. Derry 688 

*Bob Fesh. Derry 585 

♦Kenneth H. Gould. Derry 562 

*James B. Rausch. Derry 556 

*Howie Lund. Derry 543 

*Robert W. Wiley, Derry 517 

John P. Gleason. Derry 503 

Selma R. Gould, Derry 454 



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Beverly Ann Ferrante. Deny 410 

John S. Langone, Derry 364 

William O. Devoe. Derry 324 

Michael A. Relf, Derry 311 

Joseph Donahue. Derry 3 

Total Vote, r 9,626 

*Joseph Donahue, Derry 459 

♦Joseph Parodi, Derry 417 

♦Mury A. Eisner, Derry 405 

*Lisa O'Neill, Derry 401 

*Thomas D. Barringer. Derry 395 

*Chris O'Neill, Derry 393 

*Paulette J. Burgess, Derry 386 

*Shawna Burgess, Derry 385 

*Charles A. Zoeller. Derry (write-in) 44 

*Connie Dimmock, Derry (write-in) 38 

♦Beth Bellevue, Derry (write-in) 36 

Kenneth H. Gould, Derry 14 

Selma R. Gould, Derry 12 

John S. Langone, Derry 9 

Paul R. Hopfgarten, Derry 6 

John P. Gleason, Derry 4 

George N. Katsakiores, Derry 3 

Phyllis M. Katsakiores, Derry 3 

Total Vote, d 3,410 

District No. 6 (Atkinson)(2) 

* James Michael Garrity, Atkinson 361 

♦George D. Winchell. Atkinson 294 

Leann C. Moccia, Atkinson 248 

Total Vote, r 903 

*George D. Winchell, Atkinson 20 

*James Michael Garrity, Atkinson 18 

Leann C. Moccia, Atkinson 10 

Total Vote, d 48 

District No. 7 (Chester, Danville, Sandown)(4) 

♦Elisabeth N. Sanders, Danville 427 

♦Gene P. Charron, Chester 425 

*Ken Donahue, Chester 278 

♦Michael B. Asselin, Danville 276 

Steven K. Stevens, Sundown 270 

Robert S. Yelin, Chester 206 

Jumes E. Devine, Sundown 3 

Michael Douglas Tuthill, Chester 2 

Total Vote, r 1,887 

♦James E. Devine, Sandown 202 

♦Fred Russell, Sandown 1 73 

♦Michael Douglas Tuthill, Chester 167 

♦Gene P. Charron, Chester 22 

Elisubeth N. Sunders, Danville 7 

Steven K. Stevens, Sandown 3 

Totul Vote, d 574 

District No. 8 (Hampstead, Kingston, Plaistow)(7) 

♦Norman L. Major, Plaistow 523 

♦David A. Welch, Kingston 489 

♦John W. Flanders, Sr., Kingston 485 

♦Kenneth L. Weyler, Kingston 483 

♦Roger G. Wells, Hampstead 477 

♦Ed M. Putnam II, Hampstead 472 

♦Kevin L. Camm, Hampstead 463 

Brian M. Helman, Kingston 1 

Totul Vote, r 3,393 



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*Brian M. Helman. Kingston 312 

*Roger G. Wells, Hampstead Ill 

*Ed M. Putnam II, Hampstead 12 

*Norman L. Major. Plaistow 11 

Kenneth L. Weyler, Kingston 4 

David A. Welch. Kingston 3 

John W. Flanders. St.. Kingston 2 

Kevin L. Camm. Hampstead 1 

Total Vote, d 456 

District No. 9 (Epping, Fremont)(3) 

*Bob K. Dodge. Fremont 346 

*Ron Nowe, Epping 325 

♦Daniel C. Itse, Fremont 304 

Penn Brown, Epping 1 

Total Vote, r 976 

♦Penn Brown, Epping 194 

Ron Nowe, Epping 5 

Daniel C. Itse, Fremont 3 

Bob K. Dodge, Fremont 1 

Total Vote, d 203 

District No. 10 ( Brentwood )(1) 

*Donald R. Buxton, Brentwood, r 183 

*Vasilka Nicolova, Brentwood 94 

Donald R. Buxton, Brentwood 7 

Total Vote, d 101 

District No. 11 (East Kingston, Newton)(2) 

*Mary M. Allen. Newton 147 

♦Charles R. Melvin, St., Newton 130 

Robert L. Bartlett, Newton 1 

Kimberley Casey. East Kingston 1 

Total Vote, r 279 

*Kimberley Casey, East Kingston 97 

♦Robert L. Bartlett, Newton 88 

Charles R. Melvin. St., Newton 4 

Total Vote, d 189 

District No. 12 (Newfields, Newmarket )( 3) 

♦Karl Gilbert. Newmarket 299 

♦Dennis F. Abbott, Newmarket 13 

Marcia Moody, Newmarket (write-in) 8 

Janet M. Smith. Newfields 3 

Total Vote, r 323 

♦Dennis F. Abbott, Newmarket 429 

♦Janet M. Smith. Newfields 384 

♦Marcia Moody, Newmarket (write-in) 141 

Karl Gilbert, Newmarket 8 

Total Vote, d 962 

District No. 13 (Exeter, North Hampton, Stratham)(8) 

♦Doug Scamman. Stratham 1,113 

♦Stella Scamman, Stratham 1.057 

♦April Hersey Mason. Exeter 865 

♦Matt Quandt, Exeter 828 

♦Rogers J. Johnson, Stratham 820 

♦Marshall E. Quandt, Exeter 797 

♦Kurt J. Roessner, Exeter 764 

♦Carl G. Robertson, Exeter 734 

Arthur Tufts, Exeter 701 

Ron Dupuis, North Hampton 561 

Eileen Flockhart. Exeter 6 

Leonard J. Pichini, Exeter 2 



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Charles E. Proulx, Exeter 2 

Total Vote, r 8,250 

*Eileen Flockhart, Exeter 902 

*Kathleen Russell, Stratham 820 

♦Charles E. Proulx, Exeter 773 

*R. Neal Kimball, Exeter 738 

*Ron Mirsky, Exeter 736 

*Marlowe Bergendoff, Exeter 73 1 

♦Leonard J. Pichini, Exeter 728 

*Carl G. Robertson, Exeter 1 69 

Stella Scamman, Stratham 14 

Ron Dupuis, North Hampton 12 

Doug Scamman, Stratham 9 

Marshall E. Quandt. Exeter 3 

Matt Quandt, Exeter 2 

April Hersey Mason. Exeter 2 

Rogers J. Johnson, Stratham 1 

Total Vote, d 5,640 

District No. 14 (Hampton Falls, Kensington, Seabrook, South Hampton)(4) 

*E. Albert Weare, Seabrook 403 

*Benjamin E. Moore, Seabrook 386 

*Richard William Morris, Seabrook 342 

*Frank Palazzo, Seabrook (write-in) 63 

R. McCann (write-in) 19 

Total Vote, r 1,213 

♦Patricia M. OKeefe, Seabrook 264 

*E. Elaine Ahearn. Hampton Falls 244 

*Mollie Palmer OKeefe, Kensington 240 

*Gary W. Dozier, Hampton Falls 210 

E. Albert Weare, Seabrook 2 

Total Vote, d 960 

District No. 15 (Hampton)(5) 

*Nancy F. Stiles, Hampton 723 

*Sheila T. Francoeur, Hampton 601 

Thomas J. Gillick, Hampton 575 

*Mike O'Neil, Hampton 553 

*Russell D. Bridle, Hampton 527 

Jane P. Kelley, Hampton 500 

Total Vote, r 3,479 

*Susan R. Kepner, Hampton 509 

*Richard H. Goodman, Hampton 443 

*Daniel Nicholson, Hampton 441 

*Sharon VL. Mullen, Hampton 434 

♦Beatrice Friedman, Hampton 427 

Nancy F. Stiles, Hampton 20 

Mike O'Neil, Hampton 9 

Jane P. Kelley, Hampton 7 

Russell D. Bridle, Hampton 5 

Sheila T. Francoeur, Hampton 2 

Thomas J. Gillick, Hampton 1 

Total Vote, d 2,298 

District No. 16 (Newington, Portsmouth Wards 1 - 5)(7) 

*Paul J. Chevalier, Portsmouth 587 

*Warren Goddard, Portsmouth 557 

*L. Pierre deRochemont, Portsmouth 529 

♦Jeffrey Semprini, Portsmouth (write-in) 39 

*Raimond Bowles, Portsmouth (write-in) 28 

James F. Powers, Portsmouth 5 

Christopher Serlin. Portsmouth 4 

Terie Norelli, Portsmouth 4 

Laura C. Pantelakos, Portsmouth 2 



DIRECT PRIMARY 329 



Jacqueline Cali-Pitts, Portsmouth 1 

Total Vote, r 1,756 

*Laura C. Pantelakos. Portsmouth 1 ,458 

*James R. Splaine. Portsmouth 1 ,400 

*Maryann N. Blanchard. Portsmouth 1,395 

*Terie Norelli. Portsmouth 1,354 

*Jacqueline Cali-Pitts. Portsmouth 1 ,260 

*James F. Powers. Portsmouth 1 . 1 80 

*Christopher Serlin. Portsmouth 1 ,092 

Paul J. Chevalier. Portsmouth 1 

Warren Goddard. Portsmouth 1 

Total Vote, d 9.141 

District No. 17 (Greenland )(1) 

*James G. Rolston, Greenland 151 

Bruce L. Dearborn. Greenland 135 

Total Vote, r 286 

*Daniel E. Kern, Greenland 130 

Bruce L. Dearborn. Greenland 2 

James G. Rolston. Greenland 1 

Total Vote, d 133 

District No. 18 (New Castle, Rye)(2) 

*Daniel M. Hughes, New Castle 523 

*Jane S. Langley, Rye 519 

David Borden. New Castle 7 

Total Vote, r 1 ,049 

*David Borden. New Castle 448 

*Lee Townsend. New Castle (write-in) 92 

Jane S. Langley. Rye 4 

Daniel M. Hughes. New Castle 2 

Total Vote, d 546 

STRAFFORD COUNTY 

District No. KRochester Wards l-6)(9) 

*Clifford Newton, Rochester 1,094 

*Jim Twombly. Rochester 1,014 

*Julie Brown. Rochester 966 

*Russell Albert. Rochester 944 

*Patricia C. Dunlap. Rochester 908 

*Marc W. Drapeau, Rochester 859 

*Alan Bemis, Rochester 823 

*John Moffett. Rochester 805 

*Sandra B. Keans, Rochester 734 

Charles Slone. Rochester 706 

George F. Brown. Rochester 5 

Frank D. Callaghan. Rochester 3 

Irene T. Creteau, Rochester 3 

Elaine M. Lauterborn, Rochester 2 

Rose Marie Rogers. Rochester 2 

Jeffrey M. Winders, Rochester 1 

Total Vote, r 8,869 

*Frank D. Callaghan, Rochester 1,025 

*Irene T. Creteau. Rochester 1,014 

* William P. Brennan. Rochester 95 1 

*Anne Grassie, Rochester 910 

*Elaine M. Lauterborn. Rochester 907 

*Pamela J. Hubbard. Rochester 884 

*George F. Brown, Rochester 864 

*Rose Marie Rogers, Rochester 860 

*John L. Rossi. Rochester 680 

Jeffrey M. Winders. Rochester 644 



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Marc W. Drapeau, Rochester 5 

John Moffett, Rochester 5 

Sandra B. Keans, Rochester 4 

Russell Albert. Rochester 4 

Charles Slone, Rochester 3 

Jim Twombly, Rochester 2 

Clifford Newton, Rochester 1 

Alan Bemis, Rochester 1 

Total Vote, d 8,764 

District No. 2 (Rollinsford, Somersworth Wards l-5)(5) 

*Timothy A. Logsdon, Somersworth 295 

Dale R. Sprague, Somersworth 23 

*Clair A. Snyder, Somersworth 15 

*Richard F. Heon, Somersworth 12 

Roger Berube, Somersworth 7 

Dana S. Hilliard, Somersworth 3 

Michael S. Rollo, Rollinsford 3 

Francis C. Vincent, Somersworth 3 

Total Vote, r 361 

♦Richard F. Heon, Somersworth 471 

*Dana S. Hilliard, Somersworth 442 

*Roger Berube, Somersworth 430 

*Clair A. Snyder, Somersworth 429 

♦Michael S. Rollo, Rollinsford 324 

Dale R. Sprague, Somersworth 323 

Francis C. Vincent, Somersworth 303 

Timothy A. Logsdon, Somersworth 2 

Total Vote, d 2,724 

District No. 3 (Barrington, Farmington, Middleton, Milton, New Durham, Strafford)(8) 

*Dunc Chaplin, Strafford 654 

*David A. Bickford, New Durham 631 

*W. Packy Campbell, Farmington 622 

*Timothy E. Easson, Farmington 622 

♦Michael D. Harrington, Strafford 607 

*Sam A. Cataldo, Farmington 589 

*George T. Musler, Barrington 519 

♦Wilfred B. Morrison, Jr., Farmington 498 

Bob Kroepel. New Durham 441 

Larry Brown. Barrington (write-in) 33 

Jacalyn L. Cilley, Barrington (write-in) 21 

Felice M. Vincelette. Barrington (write-in) 19 

Emmanuel Krasner, Farmington 10 

Nancy K. Johnson, Milton 8 

Brandon LaRoche, Farmington 8 

Carol W. Mulligan, Strafford 3 

James E. Cyr, Strafford 2 

Total Vote, r 5,287 

♦Nancy K. Johnson, Milton 756 

♦Emmanuel Krasner, Farmington 733 

♦Carol W. Mulligan, Strafford 698 

♦James E. Cyr, Strafford 651 

♦Brandon LaRoche. Farmington 636 

♦Larry Brown, Barrington (write-in) 287 

♦Jacalyn L. Cilley, Barrington (write-in) 282 

♦Felice M. Vincelette, Barrington (write-in) 271 

Timothy E. Easson. Farmington 31 

W. Packy Campbell, Farmington 21 

Dune Chaplin, Strafford 20 

George T. Musler, Barrington 8 

David A. Bickford, New Durham 5 

Sam A. Cataldo, Farmington 3 

Wilfred B. Morrison, Jr., Farmington 1 

Total Vote, d 4,403 



DIRECT PRIMARY 331 



District No. 4 (Dover Wards 1 and 2)(3) 

*Robert L. Keays, Dover 212 

*Robert Leonard. Dover 199 

Kathleen Taylor. Dover 2 

Peter B. Schmidt, Dover 2 

{Catherine Taylor. Dover 1 

Total Vote, r 416 

*Peter B. Schmidt, Dover 297 

*Kathleen Taylor. Dover 296 

*Katherine Taylor, Dover 294 

Total Vote, d 887 

District No. 5 (Dover Wards 3 and 4)(3) 

*David Scott, Dover 411 

*Jeff Hollinger. Dover 397 

*Richard Close, Dover 346 

Baldwin Domingo, Dover 1 

Total Vote, r 1.155 

♦Baldwin Domingo, Dover 401 

*Gordon Millar. Dover 389 

*Adam R. Bowker, Dover 324 

Jeff Hollinger. Dover 1 

David Scott. Dover 1 

Total Vote, d 1.116 

District No. 6 (Dover Wards 5 and 6)(3) 

♦Phyllis Woods, Dover 311 

*Eileen M. Williams, Dover 237 

*Donald C. Andolina, Dover 234 

Total Vote, r 782 

*William V Knowles, Dover 337 

*Earle Goodwin, Dover 336 

*Roland Hofemann. Dover 309 

Phyllis Woods, Dover 1 

Total Vote, d 983 

District No. 7 (Durham, Lee, Madbury)(6) 

*Amos R. Townsend, Lee 419 

♦Donald M. Sumner. Durham 405 

*C.E. McLean, Durham 363 

*Diane R. Bryon. Durham 347 

♦William T Bryon, Durham 339 

*Janet G. Wall, Madbury 51 

Naida Kaen, Lee 15 

Sheldon Chase, (write-in) 14 

Marjorie K. Smith, Durham 6 

Joseph Miller. Durham 2 

Emma L. Rous. Durham 2 

Judith T. Spang, Durham 2 

Total Vote, r 1 ,965 

*Janet G. Wall. Madbury 913 

♦Marjorie K. Smith. Durham 873 

♦Judith T. Spang, Durham 866 

*Emma L. Rous, Durham 857 

*Naida Kaen, Lee 849 

♦Joseph Miller, Durham 787 

Donald M. Sumner, Durham 1 

Total Vote, d 5,146 



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SULLIVAN COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield)(2) 

*Stuart A. Hodgeman, Cornish 279 

*Fred Vogt. Grantham (write-in) 179 

Curt Wyman, Cornish 101 

Total Vote, r 559 

♦Charlotte Houde Quimby, Plainfield 439 

♦Stephen G. Prichard, Grantham 315 

Stuart A. Hodgeman, Cornish 5 

Total Vote, d 759 

District No. 2 (Croydon, Goshen, Newport, Springfield, Washington)(3) 

♦Beverly T Rodeschin, Newport 395 

♦Henry Rodeschin. Newport (write-in) 115 

♦Arthur G. Jillette, Jr., Goshen 53 

John Lunn, Newport 51 

Peter E. Franklin, Newport 17 

Gordon Flint. Newport (write-in) 17 

Total Vote, r 648 

♦Arthur G. Jillette, Jr., Goshen 353 

♦John Lunn, Newport 323 

♦Peter E. Franklin, Newport 310 

Beverly T Rodeschin, Newport 5 

Total Vote, d 991 

District No. 3 (Sunapee)d) 

♦Harry S. Gale, Jr., Sunapee 211 

David M. Brown. Sunapee 8 

Total Vote, r 219 

♦David M. Brown, Sunapee 140 

Harry S. Gale, Jr., Sunapee 5 

Total Vote, d 145 

District No. 4 (Claremont Wards 1-3, Lempster, Unity)(5) 

♦Christopher R. Irish. Claremont 375 

♦Tom Donovan, Claremont 96 

♦John R. Cloutier, Claremont 40 

♦Joe Harris, Claremont 26 

♦Larry Converse, Claremont 25 

Sandra C. Harris, Claremont 24 

Stowell (write-in) 12 

Total Vote, r 598 

♦John R. Cloutier, Claremont 490 

♦Tom Donovan, Claremont 476 

♦Sandra C. Harris. Claremont 453 

♦Joe Harris, Claremont 430 

♦Larry Converse, Claremont 422 

Christopher R. Irish, Claremont 1 

Total Vote, d 2,272 

District No. 5 (Acworth, Charlestown, Langdon)(2) 

♦James G. Phinizy, Acworth 19 

Brenda L. Ferland, Charlestown 

Total Vote, r 26 

♦James G. Phinizy, Acworth 213 

♦Brenda L. Ferland, Charlestown 161 

John G Tuthill, Acworth (write-in) 21 

Total Vote, d 395 



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BELKNAP COUNTY OFFICES 











Reg. of 


Reg. of 




Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 




Collis, r 


Noether, r 


Corbin, r 


Normandin, r 


Brickner, r 


Alton 


248 


247 


241 


248 


240 


Barnstead 


145 


152 


153 


158 


158 


Belmont 


230 


223 


222 


234 


220 


Center Harbor 


108 


109 


106 


108 


106 


Gilford 


395 


390 


372 


397 


358 


Gilmanton 


142 


139 


134 


140 


134 


Laconia Ward 1 


164 


162 


166 


177 


157 


Laconia Ward 2 


129 


124 


133 


135 


122 


Laconia Ward 3 


109 


105 


109 


114 


102 


Laconia Ward 4 


121 


109 


113 


119 


108 


Laconia Ward 5 


73 


67 


65 


69 


63 


Laconia Ward 6 


140 


133 


141 


141 


135 


Meredith 


435 


421 


423 


431 


428 


New Hampton 


151 


147 


148 


151 


149 


Sanbornton 


132 


127 


128 


133 


130 


Tilton 


160 


157 


158 


164 


161 



Totals 



2.882 



2,812 



2.812 



2.919 



2,771 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 

Totals 



District 1 



z 

o 

H 
U 

- 
- 
_ 

o 
z 



County Commissioners 
District 2 
Bartlett, r Patterson, d 



148 

224 



134 



125 
161 

792 



97 
122 



70 



103 
392 



District 3 
Booth by, r 

241 



105 

345 



426 
142 



1.259 



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CARROLL COUNTY OFFICES 











Reg. of 


Reg. of 




Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 




Carr, r 


Gordon, d 


Howard, r 


Brookes, r 


Monet, r 


Albany 


39 


26 


33 


33 


35 


Bartlett 


128 


72 


116 


125 


122 


Brookfield 


61 


35 


50 


59 


51 


Chatham 


18 


6 


16 


18 


16 


Conway 


242 


139 


223 


246 


237 


Eaton 


22 


20 


15 


25 


21 


Effingham 


42 


48 


36 


39 


37 


Freedom 


53 


49 


40 


56 


50 


Hale's Location 


11 


1 


8 


9 


9 


Hart's Location 


9 





6 


7 


7 


Jackson 


74 


66 


66 


71 


68 


Madison 


85 


68 


74 


91 


91 


Moultonborough 


239 


72 


233 


235 


232 


Ossipee 


203 


93 


156 


190 


188 


Sandwich 


95 


104 


91 


89 


88 


Tamworth 


106 


167 


90 


107 


97 


Tuftonboro 


155 


44 


141 


148 


142 


Wakefield 


198 


113 


164 


188 


178 


Wolfeboro 


328 


173 


289 


318 


308 



Totals 



2,108 



1,296 



1.847 



2.054 



1.977 





District 1 




Sorenson, r 


Albany 


35 


Bartlett 


130 


Brookfield 


53 


Chatham 


16 


Conway 


253 


Eaton 


25 


Effingham 


38 


Freedom 


53 


Hale's Location 


7 


Hart's Location 


8 


Jackson 


74 


Madison 


88 


Moultonborough 


226 


Ossipee 


183 


Sandwich 


94 


Tamworth 


103 


Tuftonboro 


147 


Wakefield 


174 


Wolfeboro 


305 



County Commissioners 
District 2 



o 

H 
U 

- 
- 

o 
z 



District 3 

Webster, r 

34 

126 

55 

16 

235 

20 

40 

51 

6 

5 

71 

86 

221 

166 

87 

93 

137 

170 

303 



Totals 



2.012 



1.922 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



335 



CHESHIRE COUNTY OFFICES 





Sheriff 
Foote, r 


Attorney 
Albrecht, r 


Al stead 


53 


56 


Chesterfield 


121 


120 


Dublin 


134 


137 


Fitzwilliam 


80 


80 


Gilsum 


29 


25 


Harrisville 


35 


38 


Hinsdale 


108 


111 


Jaffrey 


383 


378 


Keene Ward 1 


57 


61 


Keene Ward 2 


118 


119 


Keene Ward 3 


149 


148 


Keene Ward 4 


216 


218 


Keene Ward 5 


182 


182 


Marlborough 


73 


77 


Marlow 


34 


35 


Nelson 


38 


35 


Richmond 


46 


44 


Rindge 


656 


638 


Roxbury 


14 


15 


Stoddard 


63 


64 


Sullivan 


28 


30 


Surry 


39 


41 


Swanzey 


215 


211 


Troy 


70 


73 


Walpole 


171 


169 


Westmoreland 


126 


114 


Winchester 


137 


137 







Reg. of 


Treasurer 




Deeds 


er, r West, d 


Hubal, r 


55 


65 


57 


118 


126 


123 


136 


100 


136 


80 


59 


80 


25 


18 


29 


34 


82 


37 


110 


115 


108 


374 


238 


372 


59 


122 


63 


115 


192 


118 


149 


169 


151 


207 


183 


216 


171 


210 


182 


75 


105 


77 


35 


31 


34 


40 


47 


40 


43 


35 


46 


641 


221 


639 


15 


19 


15 


62 


46 


64 


28 


17 


29 


38 


28 


39 


210 


188 


209 


73 


60 


73 


165 


166 


169 


122 


101 


120 


137 


130 


136 



Totals 



3,375 



3.356 



3.317 



2,873 



3.362 



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CHESHIRE COUNTY OFFICES 





Register 




of Probate 




Minkler, r 


Alstead 


56 


Chesterfield 


121 


Dublin 


131 


Fitzwilliam 


80 


Gilsum 


28 


Harrisville 


35 


Hinsdale 


110 


Jaffrey 


368 


Keene Ward 1 


64 


Keene Ward 2 


115 


Keene Ward 3 


147 


Keene Ward 4 


212 


Keene Ward 5 


177 


Marlborough 


75 


Marlow 


33 


Nelson 


39 


Richmond 


44 


Rindge 


638 


Roxbury 


15 


Stoddard 


62 


Sullivan 


28 


Surry 


39 


Swanzey 


210 


Troy 


71 


Walpole 


166 


Westmoreland 


124 


Winchester 


133 



District 1 



County Commissioners 

District 2 District 3 



Zerba, d 



Z 

o 

H 

U 
- 

- 

o 
z 



146 
238 
194 
233 
258 
120 



Sistare, r 

52 

134 

77 
23 
34 

353 



31 
36 
43 
631 
11 
61 
27 



69 



Totals 



3,321 



1,189 



1.582 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



337 



COOS COUNTY OFFICES 



Sheriff 



Attorney 



Treasurer 



Reg. of 
Deeds 



Tardif, r 



Berlin Ward 1 


63 


Berlin Ward 2 


65 


Berlin Ward 3 


121 


Berlin Ward 4 


29 


Carroll 


66 


Clarksville 


19 


Colebrook 


108 


Columbia 


46 


Dalton 


62 


Dixville 


11 


Dummer 


26 


Errol 


21 


Gorham 


108 


Jefferson 


124 


Lancaster 


217 


Milan 


66 


Millsfield 


9 


Northumberland 


51 


Pittsburg 


56 


Randolph 


36 


Shelbume 


13 


Stark 


31 


Stewartstown 


36 


Stratford 


20 


Wentworth's Location 


2 


Whiteheld 


116 



Morin, r 

66 

69 

118 

28 

64 

19 

111 

48 

55 

11 

25 

19 

104 

124 

218 

61 

9 

54 

56 

31 

10 

27 

40 

21 

2 

114 



Bisson, r 

65 

68 

132 

29 

63 

20 

106 

43 

57 

10 

23 

19 

105 

118 

216 

63 

9 

53 

53 

34 

12 

31 

38 

39 

1 

112 



Lyons, r Lamirande. d 



50 


149 


56 


136 


109 


143 


25 


127 


63 


23 


19 





122 


45 


44 


2 


55 


18 


10 


4 


20 


5 


19 


9 


95 


130 


122 


25 


205 


91 


58 


57 


8 





52 


54 


55 


10 


30 


48 


12 


17 


27 


20 


39 


14 


17 


22 


1 





110 


60 



Totals 



1,522 



1.504 



1.519 



1.423 



1.209 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase. Cambridge, Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant. Dix's Grant, Erving's Location. Green's Grant. Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Low & 
Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location. Odell, Pinkham's Grant. Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, 
Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



338 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



COOS COUNTY OFFICES 





Regist 


er of 


District 1 




of Probate 






Peterson, r 


Grenier, d 


Berlin Ward 1 




53 


149 


Berlin Ward 2 




63 


137 


Berlin Ward 3 




115 


154 


Berlin Ward 4 




24 


134 


Carroll 




63 


— 


Clarksville 




19 


— 


Colebrook 




112 


— 


Columbia 




47 


— 


Dalton 




57 


— 


Dixville 




10 


— 


Dummer 




22 


— 


Enrol 




19 


— 


Gorham 




103 


— 


Jefferson 




124 


— 


Lancaster 




225 


— 


Milan 




62 


— 


Millstield 




9 


— 


Northumberland 




54 


— 


Pittsburg 




57 


— 


Randolph 




36 


— 


Shelburne 




11 


15 


Stark 




31 




Stewartstown 




40 




Stratford 




20 




Wentworth's Location 


1 




Whitetield 




113 





Totals 



1,490 



County Commissioners 
District 2 

Brady, r Gardiner, r Woodburn, d 



District 3 



589 



10 



43 



37 



75 



528 



75 



26 



56 



273 



19 



22 



78 


32 


112 


115 





24 


170 


79 


100 



50 



58 



385 



z 

o 

H 
U 

w 
- 

o 
z 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant. Bean's Purchase, Cambridge, Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Green's Grant, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Low & 
Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location, Odell. Pinkham's Grant, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, 
Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



339 



GRAFTON COUNTY OFFICES 







Sheriff 




Attorney 


Treasurer 


Reg. of 
Deeds 




Chivell II, r 


Dutile, r 


Wingate, r 


St. Hilaire, r 


Elliott, r 


DuPuis, r 


Alexandria 


8 


46 


92 


124 


130 


125 


Ashland 


57 


55 


31 


135 


136 


132 


Bath 


4 


67 


22 


91 


94 


93 


Benton 


4 


18 


5 


30 


29 


30 


Bethlehem 


2 


79 


20 


99 


101 


99 


Bridgewater 


7 


40 


51 


78 


82 


77 


Bristol 


10 


55 


233 


246 


247 


244 


Campton 


34 


86 


60 


169 


170 


162 


Canaan 


4 


86 


33 


110 


113 


111 


Dorchester 


5 


13 


12 


24 


28 


23 


Easton 


2 


10 





13 


13 


13 


Ellsworth 


1 


3 


5 


8 


11 


8 


Enfield 


2 


113 


43 


137 


135 


132 


Franconia 


16 


37 


17 


70 


72 


69 


Grafton 


1 


53 


26 


71 


70 


71 


Groton 


5 


9 


41 


48 


49 


47 


Hanover 


4 


110 


61 


164 


167 


159 


Haverhill 


21 


310 


83 


391 


399 


410 


Hebron 


15 


35 


67 


100 


108 


109 


Holderness 


40 


63 


49 


140 


149 


141 


Landaff 


10 


23 


4 


36 


34 


35 


Lebanon Ward 1 


4 


116 


32 


136 


135 


137 


Lebanon Ward 2 


2 


101 


20 


114 


115 


107 


Lebanon Ward 3 


2 


112 


22 


128 


124 


124 


Lincoln 


35 


23 


31 


79 


80 


82 


Lisbon 


2 


33 


14 


61 


61 


62 


Littleton 


27 


181 


63 


286 


300 


291 


Livermore 




















Lyman 





12 


16 


28 


31 


30 


Lyme 


5 


56 


18 


77 


75 


76 


Monroe 


5 


51 


14 


43 


66 


66 


Orange 


2 


9 


2 


11 


11 


12 


Orford 


3 


59 


10 


71 


72 


71 


Piermont 


1 


41 


11 


51 


50 


52 


Plymouth 


74 


104 


79 


232 


242 


231 


Rumney 


75 


65 


42 


165 


178 


162 


Sugar Hill 


2 


18 


14 


34 


34 


30 


Thornton 


29 


73 


56 


135 


145 


135 


Warren 


15 


51 


17 


79 


83 


76 


Waterville Valley 


3 


13 


8 


23 


24 


22 


Wentworth 


10 


47 


19 


67 


71 


67 


Woodstock 


22 


20 


20 


60 


62 


60 



Totals 



570 



2,496 



1,463 



4.164 



4.296 



4,183 



340 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GRAFTON COUNTY OFFICES 



Register 
of Probate 



District 1 



County Commissioners 
District 2 



District 3 



Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Franconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Landaff 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sugar Hill 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville Valley 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 



Wyman, r 

126 

130 

96 

30 

100 

76 

243 

167 

112 

25 

12 

9 

131 

72 

70 

46 

160 

408 

109 

138 

35 

136 

107 

125 

81 

62 

304 



29 

74 

69 

12 

72 

51 

230 

168 

34 

135 

78 

22 

68 

61 



Cervantes, r Cryans, d 



Burton, r Panagoulis, r Gabler, r 



130 



155 



117 



727 



132 172 
103 169 
117 210 



— 


39 


89 


— 


67 


71 


96 


— 


— 


26 


— 


— 


107 


— 


— 


— 


27 


62 


— 


75 


203 


— 


92 


85 


— 


43 


73 


— 


16 


14 



13 



76 



409 



38 



87 
62 
310 

32 
75 
66 

72 
56 



33 

85 

74 
64 



41 


28 


22 


35 


44 


77 


78 


67 



138 
63 

87 

17 



125 
129 

74 

7 



Totals 



4,213 



637 1,395 



,781 



856 



1.156 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



341 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OFFICES 







Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 






Hardy, r 


Clemons, d 
(write-in) 


Haley, r 


Wageling, r 


Fredette, r Panagopoul 


os, d 


Amherst 


777 


5 


275 


592 


759 


285 


Antrim 


159 





91 


74 


151 


103 


Bedford 


1174 





370 


876 


1143 


473 


Bennington 


86 


4 


64 


32 


85 


42 


Brookline 


264 





144 


125 


255 


106 


Deering 


97 


7 


80 


31 


97 


57 


Francestown 


107 


38 


60 


48 


104 


108 


Goffstown 


1047 





401 


705 


1019 


587 


Greenfield 


119 


40 


84 


42 


112 


77 


Greenville 


77 





32 


46 


76 


68 


Hancock 


129 





47 


97 


131 


112 


Hillsborough 


314 





247 


94 


297 


146 


Hollis 


654 


10 


219 


487 


630 


222 


Hudson 


486 


2 


246 


321 


527 


373 


Litchfield 


213 





79 


165 


205 


112 


Lyndeborough 


100 





26 


84 


84 


44 


Manchester Ward 1 


553 


8 


163 


493 


536 


488 


Manchester Ward 2 


312 


3 


95 


245 


301 


365 


Manchester Ward 3 


180 





60 


139 


175 


272 


Manchester Ward 4 


222 


2 


87 


150 


219 


279 


Manchester Ward 5 


165 





87 


84 


158 


245 


Manchester Ward 6 


354 





114 


264 


332 


337 


Manchester Ward 7 


247 





97 


164 


245 


296 


Manchester Ward 8 


337 





124 


238 


332 


313 


Manchester Ward 9 


287 





144 


153 


279 


391 


Manchester Ward 10 


300 


6 


129 


200 


288 


306 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


156 





75 


98 


151 


221 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


324 


3 


131 


213 


324 


210 


Mason 


72 


1 


35 


41 


71 


35 


Merrimack 


896 


33 


468 


479 


868 


552 


Milford 


890 


1 


436 


481 


894 


329 


Mont Vernon 


140 





76 


82 


146 


78 


Nashua Ward 1 


389 


4 


160 


251 


412 


268 


Nashua Ward 2 


269 


3 


131 


135 


288 


175 


Nashua Ward 3 


224 


3 


106 


155 


230 


204 


Nashua Ward 4 


94 


1 


55 


57 


97 


159 


Nashua Ward 5 


252 


5 


167 


125 


277 


203 


Nashua Ward 6 


144 


7 


60 


100 


163 


163 


Nashua Ward 7 


158 


1 


86 


88 


161 


224 


Nashua Ward 8 


132 


10 


62 


111 


171 


184 


Nashua Ward 9 


209 


3 


117 


133 


244 


190 


New Boston 


216 





84 


157 


224 


126 


New Ipswich 


370 





214 


169 


358 


105 


Pelham 


1558 





699 


794 


1366 


802 


Peterborough 


525 





275 


260 


510 


415 


Sharon 


37 





26 


11 


37 


20 


Temple 


111 





60 


47 


108 


67 


We are 


318 





139 


215 


322 


152 


Wilton 


262 


1 


120 


173 


258 


183 


Windsor 


20 





14 


4 


15 


6 



Totals 



16,526 



201 



7.361 



10.328 



16,235 



11.278 



342 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OFFICES 













County Commissioners 




Register 




Register 


District 1 






of Deeds 




of Probate 








MacDonald, r 


Meagher, d 


Rivard, r 


Pappas, r Therrien, r 






(write 


-in) 








Amherst 


789 




6 


753 






Antrim 


153 







152 


— 




Bedford 


1184 







1180 


900 


321 


Bennington 


87 




4 


87 


— 


— 


Brookline 


262 







264 


— 


— 


Deering 


96 




6 


97 


— 


— 


Francestown 


109 




40 


102 


— 


— 


Goffstown 


1077 







1066 


— 


— 


Greenfield 


114 




37 


112 


— 


— 


Greenville 


77 







73 


— 


— 


Hancock 


132 







129 


— 





Hillsborough 


302 







300 


— 


— 


Hollis 


662 




10 


641 


— 


— 


Hudson 


534 




3 


515 


— 


— 


Litchfield 


213 







206 


— 


— 


Lyndeborough 


106 







101 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 1 


569 




7 


571 


538 


130 


Manchester Ward 2 


316 







311 


261 


78 


Manchester Ward 3 


179 







185 


133 


76 


Manchester Ward 4 


226 







231 


156 


96 


Manchester Ward 5 


159 







166 


117 


55 


Manchester Ward 6 


348 







362 


246 


144 


Manchester Ward 7 


258 







251 


180 


87 


Manchester Ward 8 


341 




4 


348 


259 


122 


Manchester Ward 9 


283 







294 


208 


104 


Manchester Ward 10 


319 




5 


318 


222 


113 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


157 







158 


104 


74 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


345 




3 


350 


268 


107 


Mason 


70 




1 


69 


— 


— 


Merrimack 


932 




34 


897 


— 


— 


Milford 


885 




1 


873 


— 


— 


Mont Vernon 


147 







148 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 1 


397 




4 


391 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 2 


281 




3 


275 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 3 


226 




1 


224 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 4 


96 







95 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 5 


267 




5 


262 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 6 


151 




3 


149 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 7 


164 




3 


163 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 8 


164 




7 


150 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 9 


239 




3 


233 


— 


— 


New Boston 


232 







221 


— 


— 


New Ipswich 


364 







362 


— 


— 


Pelham 


1412 







1388 


— 


— 


Peterborough 


538 







515 


— 


— 


Sharon 


38 







36 


— 


— 


Temple 


114 







112 


— 


— 


Weare 


336 







326 


— 


— 


Wilton 


263 







262 


— 


— 


Windsor 


17 







15 


— 


— 



Totals 



16,730 



190 



16,489 



3,592 



1.507 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



343 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OFFICES 



County Commissioners 





District 2 


Charbonneau. r 


Clemons, d 


Amherst 


— 


— 


Antrim 


— 


— 


Bedford 


— 


— 


Bennington 


— 


— 


Brookline 


— 


— 


Deering 


— 


— 


Francestown 


— 


— 


Goffstown 


— 


— 


Greenfield 


— 


— 


Greenville 


— 


— 


Hancock 


— 


— 


Hillsborough 


— 


— 


Hollis 


648 


227 


Hudson 


526 


377 


Litchfield 


— 


— 


Lyndeborough 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 1 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 2 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 3 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 4 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 5 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 6 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 7 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 8 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 9 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 10 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


— 


— 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


— 


— 


Mason 


— 


— 


Merrimack 


— 


— 


Milford 


— 


— 


Mont Vernon 


— 


— 


Nashua Ward 1 


386 


268 


Nashua Ward 2 


278 


175 


Nashua Ward 3 


222 


215 


Nashua Ward 4 


94 


168 


Nashua Ward 5 


259 


224 


Nashua Ward 6 


149 


163 


Nashua Ward 7 


157 


224 


Nashua Ward 8 


157 


202 


Nashua Ward 9 


230 


197 


New Boston 


— 


— 


New Ipswich 


— 


— 


Pelham 


1,419 


856 


Peterborough 


— 


— 


Sharon 


— 


— 


Temple 


— 


— 


We are 


— 


— 


Wilton 


— 


— 


Windsor 


— 


— 



Holden, r 



District 3 
Roulx. r Hickey, Sn, d 



717 


206 


269 


82 


67 


105 


67 


17 


52 


179 


72 


105 


53 


46 


59 


70 


26 


111 


640 


415 


596 


96 


24 


85 


39 


36 


74 


111 


24 


114 


228 


73 


150 


152 


65 


117 


65 


38 


49 



43 


29 


37 


506 


409 


579 


544 


350 


317 


117 


35 


80 



131 


90 


135 


204 


162 


104 


341 


161 


387 


15 


21 


23 


72 


32 


67 


250 


91 


152 


166 


107 


189 


10 


7 


7 



Totals 



4,525 



3296 



4,898 



2,603 



3,963 



344 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



MERRIMACK COUNTY OFFICES 



Sheriff 



B 


righam, r 


Allenstown 


52 


Andover 


34 


Boscawen 


39 


Bow 


142 


Bradford 


11 


Canterbury 


36 


Chichester 


48 


Concord Ward 1 


48 


Concord Ward 2 


25 


Concord Ward 3 


40 


Concord Ward 4 


36 


Concord Ward 5 


38 


Concord Ward 6 


28 


Concord Ward 7 


154 


Concord Ward 8 


45 


Concord Ward 9 


51 


Concord Ward 10 


57 


Danbury 


21 


Dunbarton 


40 


Epsom 


59 


Franklin Ward 1 


40 


Franklin Ward 2 


12 


Franklin Ward 3 


29 


Henniker 


42 


Hill 


11 


Hooksett 


170 


Hopkinton 


49 


Loudon 


58 


Newbury 


54 


New London 


51 


Northtield 


48 


Pembroke 


67 


Pittsfield 


53 


Salisbury 


16 


Sutton 


27 


Warner 


41 


Webster 


30 


Wilmot 


25 



n, r 


Karolian, d 


69 


152 


95 


96 


122 


99 


391 


365 


73 


83 


120 


165 


116 


121 


133 


194 


74 


153 


95 


164 


119 


280 


138 


290 


72 


173 


49 


272 


142 


205 


109 


187 


195 


300 


53 


49 


110 


112 


171 


166 


74 


88 


43 


59 


60 


64 


170 


199 


32 


31 


308 


360 


340 


454 


183 


110 


90 


85 


229 


218 


110 


128 


201 


238 


116 


90 


56 


63 


84 


90 


128 


160 


69 


70 


56 


76 



Attorney 




Jordan, r St.Hilaire, r 


45 


85 


63 


77 


70 


104 


248 


351 


44 


44 


63 


108 


69 


117 


69 


130 


38 


73 


44 


119 


68 


105 


56 


150 


44 


75 


84 


138 


91 


111 


76 


92 


15 


171 


22 


55 


52 


106 


99 


146 


36 


88 


13 


51 


22 


72 


129 


99 


15 


36 


228 


334 


204 


192 


97 


164 


52 


94 


99 


209 


58 


113 


97 


200 


58 


115 


41 


33 


58 


57 


89 


89 


53 


49 


40 


44 



Treasurer 

Trachy, r 

116 
137 
152 
482 

80 
142 
157 
165 

94 
128 
135 
159 
101 
170 
167 
150 
219 

72 
144 
213 
112 

61 

90 
184 

51 
505 
334 
226 
135 
286 
151 
259 
150 

67 
103 
150 

91 

76 



Totals 



1.827 



4,795 



6,209 



2,849 



4,396 



6,214 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



345 



MERRIMACK COUNTY OFFICES 



Register 
of Deeds 



Register 
of Probate 



Guay, r 



Bradstreet, r 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



125 
127 
153 
529 

84 
146 
166 
172 

96 
134 
143 
173 
101 
190 
173 
150 
232 

72 
148 
221 
110 

63 

85 
194 

50 
539 
363 
232 
139 
297 
153 
276 
155 

63 
108 
159 

93 

77 



118 
120 
145 
498 

80 
130 
156 
162 

91 
126 
137 
156 

96 
175 
171 
147 
209 

70 
142 
207 
105 

54 

83 
177 

47 
514 
343 
216 
139 
293 
152 
254 
151 

62 
108 
153 

86 

76 



Totals 



6,491 



6.149 



346 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



MERRIMACK COUNTY OFFICES 



District 1 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 

Totals 



County Commissioners 

District 2 

Asplund-Walsh, r 

114 
118 



126 
153 



o 

H 
U 

u 
- 

o 
z 



199 
109 

57 
82 

47 



207 



144 

246 

152 

60 



District 3 
Cummings, r 

481 



68 
143 



180 

505 
331 

140 
297 



1,814 



110 
162 

77 

2,575 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



347 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY OFFICES 





Sheriff 




Attorney 


Treasurer 


Linehan, r 


Antul-Cabral, d 


Reams, r 


Israel, d 


Buck III, r Ahearn, d 










(write-in) 






Atkinson 


458 


149 


447 





438 


165 


Auburn 


218 


113 


211 


2 


208 


116 


Brentwood 


164 


78 


157 


1 


153 


87 


Candia 


218 


105 


218 


15 


217 


106 


Chester 


228 


81 


22 





22 


79 


Danville 


254 


94 


227 





220 


99 


Deerfield 


178 


100 


165 





161 


97 


Derry 


1,006 


492 


881 


42 


976 


493 


East Kingston 


99 


37 


97 





91 


42 


Epping 


282 


143 


268 


3 


259 


151 


Exeter 


615 


494 


622 





580 


524 


Fremont 


154 


36 


150 





147 


43 


Greenland 


237 


105 


241 





223 


15 


Hampstead 


348 


136 


331 





332 


145 


Hampton 


764 


499 


756 


16 


732 


531 


Hampton Falls 


156 


52 


154 





154 


59 


Kensington 


71 


70 


72 





64 


70 


Kingston 


171 


80 


169 





162 


91 


Londonderry 


843 


474 


820 


14 


842 


526 


New Castle 


163 


89 


170 


1 


166 


92 


Newfields 


76 


62 


78 





72 


72 


Newington 


97 


29 


93 





80 


30 


Newmarket 


220 


361 


219 


1 


216 


388 


Newton 


88 


45 


85 





82 


46 


North Hampton 


265 


171 


258 


2 


257 


176 


Northwood 


155 


137 


155 





156 


140 


Nottingham 


163 


120 


162 





157 


122 


Plaistow 


143 


83 


134 





130 


93 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


91 


194 


89 





81 


204 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


109 


288 


111 


12 


104 


316 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


106 


145 


106 





102 


147 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


256 


272 


258 





240 


301 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


152 


241 


157 


1 


139 


264 


Raymond 


315 


161 


304 


3 


291 


176 


Rye 


464 


296 


456 


9 


451 


306 


Salem 


1.036 


633 


997 


3 


972 


642 


Sandown 


146 


65 


137 





136 


69 


Seabrook 


169 


108 


166 





161 


110 


South Hampton 


36 


35 


36 





35 


37 


Stratham 


301 


171 


332 





309 


184 


Windham 


1,120 


460 


1.095 


5 


1.076 


473 



Totals 



12.135 



7.504 



11,606 



130 



1 1 ,394 



7.827 



348 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY OFFICES 





Register 




Register 






of Deeds 




of Probate 






Stacey, r Moyer, d 


Christie, Jr., r 


Crapo, d 


Atkinson 


450 


159 


434 


159 


Auburn 


212 


115 


210 


114 


Brentwood 


158 


92 


159 


84 


Candia 


219 


110 


214 


110 


Chester 


234 


84 


224 


83 


Danville 


237 


99 


225 


100 


Deerfield 


173 


104 


164 


106 


Derry 


1.006 


495 


968 


505 


East Kingston 


93 


40 


90 


43 


Epping 


271 


157 


266 


151 


Exeter 


617 


582 


612 


536 


Fremont 


156 


44 


152 


46 


Greenland 


233 


144 


229 


121 


Hampstead 


346 


144 


329 


145 


Hampton 


739 


545 


748 


552 


Hampton Falls 


165 


58 


168 


62 


Kensington 


71 


78 


68 


74 


Kingston 


173 


93 


178 


88 


Londonderry 


851 


513 


842 


517 


New Castle 


165 


87 


149 


94 


Newfields 


77 


70 


78 


70 


Newington 


85 


27 


85 


32 


Newmarket 


224 


391 


217 


385 


Newton 


83 


48 


82 


45 


North Hampton 


259 


188 


258 


189 


Northwood 


160 


141 


160 


144 


Nottingham 


161 


120 


162 


126 


Plaistow 


135 


92 


133 


89 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


84 


220 


78 


226 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


106 


317 


101 


317 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


104 


141 


99 


156 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


255 


297 


244 


307 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


145 


268 


144 


282 


Raymond 


313 


174 


300 


176 


Rye 


453 


319 


458 


363 


Salem 


1,033 


626 


975 


630 


Sandown 


145 


70 


142 


72 


Seabrook 


165 


109 


170 


110 


South Hampton 


36 


35 


35 


36 


Stratham 


314 


195 


315 


189 


Windham 


1,115 


467 


1,082 


467 



Totals 



12,021 



8.058 



11,747 



8,101 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



349 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY OFFICES 

County Commissioners 
District 1 District 2 

Pratt, r DiPentima, d Barrows, r Guthrie, r DeChane, d 



District 3 
Stritch, r Post, d 



Atkinson 


— 


— 


275 


217 


158 


— 


— 


Auburn 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


240 


114 


Brentwood 


— 


— 


98 


85 


82 


— 


— 


Candia 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


215 


109 


Chester 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


220 


85 


Danville 


222 


98 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Deerfield 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


165 


104 


Derry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


945 


503 


East Kingston 


89 


41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Epping 


— 


— 


164 


121 


151 


— 


— 


Exeter 


— 


— 


541 


200 


519 


— 


— 


Fremont 


— 


— 


92 


84 


42 


— 


— 


Greenland 


229 


Ill 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Hampstead 


— 


— 


199 


235 


129 


— 


— 


Hampton 


745 


512 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Hampton Falls 


158 


55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Kensington 


66 


72 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Kingston 


165 


89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Londonderry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


810 


515 


New Castle 


165 


92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Newtields 


— 


— 


48 


37 


67 


— 


— 


Newington 


83 


28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Newmarket 


— 


— 


175 


69 


376 


— 


— 


Newton 


83 


45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


North Hampton 


262 


178 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Northwood 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


155 


147 


Nottingham 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


155 


126 


Plaistow 


129 


82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


79 


215 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


101 


303 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


98 


141 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


241 


293 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


138 


265 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Raymond 


— 


— 


201 


135 


164 


— 


— 


Rye 


453 


303 


— 




— 


— 


— 


Salem 


— 


— 


495 


616 


629 


— 


— 


Sandown 


— 


— 


81 


69 


67 


— 


— 


Seabrook 


169 


Ill 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


South Hampton 


35 


35 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Stratham 


309 


182 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Windham 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1.058 


470 



Totals 



4,019 



3.251 



2.369 



1.868 



2,384 



3,963 2.173 



350 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



STRAFFORD COUNTY OFFICES 





Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Register 


Register 












of Deeds 


of Probate 




Estes, r 


Rundles, d 


Scruton, r Arnold, d 


Lessard, d 


Quint, d 


Barrington 


243 


243 


219 


249 


273 


249 


Dover Ward 1 


128 


161 


104 


154 


170 


159 


Dover Ward 2 


163 


196 


127 


192 


215 


200 


Dover Ward 3 


301 


244 


264 


233 


261 


250 


Dover Ward 4 


233 


249 


197 


240 


253 


246 


Dover Ward 5 


165 


174 


134 


179 


192 


182 


Dover Ward 6 


193 


206 


169 


197 


222 


204 


Durham 


246 


533 


223 


503 


572 


527 


Farmington 


165 


176 


174 


174 


186 


174 


Lee 


168 


249 


154 


230 


247 


229 


Madbury 


65 


112 


56 


102 


111 


107 


Middleton 


67 


51 


63 


50 


57 


53 


Milton 


138 


130 


121 


135 


154 


139 


New Durham 


118 


84 


110 


81 


87 


83 


Rochester Ward 1 


252 


236 


227 


234 


253 


234 


Rochester Ward 2 


238 


187 


218 


175 


199 


182 


Rochester Ward 3 


243 


214 


212 


209 


213 


209 


Rochester Ward 4 


197 


276 


172 


270 


291 


272 


Rochester Ward 5 


186 


220 


170 


220 


242 


221 


Rochester Ward 6 


153 


153 


137 


152 


164 


158 


Rollinsford 


143 


138 


122 


131 


153 


137 


Somersworth Ward 1 


63 


92 


51 


86 


94 


91 


Somersworth Ward 2 


44 


87 


40 


88 


96 


88 


Somersworth Ward 3 


46 


85 


39 


82 


96 


80 


Somersworth Ward 4 


58 


137 


54 


132 


146 


127 


Somersworth Ward 5 


23 


79 


20 


79 


85 


79 


Strafford 


179 


173 


165 


173 


181 


174 



Totals 



4.218 



4.885 



3,742 



4,750 



4.940 



4,605 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



351 



STRAFFORD COUNTY OFFICES 



County Commissioners 





Levesque, r 


Martel. r 


Schroeder, r 


Torn r 


Chagnon, d 


Dumont. d 


Maglaras, d 


Barrington 


117 


143 


186 


147 


223 


229 


219 


Dover Ward 1 


57 


78 


84 


91 


132 


130 


147 


Dover Ward 2 


54 


24 


114 


116 


155 


160 


177 


Dover Ward 3 


131 


184 


196 


218 


192 


207 


206 


Dover Ward 4 


87 


145 


158 


173 


208 


214 


211 


Dover Ward 5 


73 


96 


108 


114 


156 


159 


156 


Dover Ward 6 


82 


125 


148 


159 


165 


180 


169 


Durham 


88 


141 


195 


169 


470 


467 


467 


Farmington 


84 


90 


120 


99 


174 


151 


141 


Lee 


74 


98 


140 


107 


200 


201 


207 


Madbury 


31 


32 


49 


46 


92 


95 


92 


Middleton 


35 


39 


39 


49 


46 


34 


36 


Milton 


72 


98 


100 


91 


125 


124 


116 


New Durham 


55 


66 


83 


71 


74 


69 


68 


Rochester Ward I 


140 


143 


186 


195 


191 


209 


193 


Rochester Ward 2 


96 


146 


187 


188 


157 


173 


154 


Rochester Ward 3 


130 


150 


168 


181 


178 


190 


169 


Rochester Ward 4 


118 


113 


124 


138 


232 


259 


225 


Rochester Ward 5 


102 


105 


136 


162 


185 


192 


180 


Rochester Ward 6 


71 


102 


107 


133 


133 


137 


124 


Rollinsford 


60 


91 


88 


99 


127 


123 


129 


Somersworth Ward 1 


22 


35 


40 


41 


75 


78 


81 


Somersworth Ward 2 


18 


32 


35 


31 


76 


81 


80 


Somersworth Ward 3 


18 


32 


31 


25 


74 


83 


81 


Somersworth Ward 4 


23 


31 


33 


37 


123 


131 


126 


Somersworth Ward 5 


15 


13 


12 


16 


64 


75 


68 


Strafford 


80 


103 


174 


100 


155 


156 


155 



Totals 



1.933 



2.455 



3.041 



2.996 



4.182 



4.307 



4.177 



352 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



SULLIVAN COUNTY OFFICES 



Acworth 

Charlestown 

Claremont Ward 1 

Claremont Ward 2 

Claremont Ward 3 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham 

Langdon 

Lempster 

Newport 

Plainfield 

Springfield 

Sunapee 

Unity 

Washington 



Sheriff 



Prozzo, Jr., r 



36 

87 

99 

159 

105 

104 

43 

49 

148 

28 

39 

227 

93 

82 

218 

61 

64 



Attorney 



Hathawav, r 



37 
89 
96 

148 
99 

105 
42 
45 

147 
28 
39 

219 
93 
78 

216 
53 
64 



Pitkin, r 



32 
82 
91 

137 
90 
96 
39 
45 

142 
27 
36 

213 
87 
80 

216 
54 
64 



Treasurer 


Reg. of 




Deeds 


Sweeney, d 


King, r 


write-in 




3 


36 


15 


90 


2 


97 


9 


147 


6 


98 


1 


99 





39 





45 


1 


149 


1 


28 





41 


1 


216 


1 


90 





81 


1 


221 


2 


59 


2 


65 



Totals 



1,642 



1.598 



,531 



43 



1,601 



Register 
of Probate 



District 1 



County Commissioners 

District 2 District 3 



Davis, r Sanders, d 



Nelson, r 



Adler, r Jarvis, d 



Acworth 


32 


32 




Charlestown 


89 


98 




Claremont Ward 1 


94 


81 




Claremont Ward 2 


151 


117 




Claremont Ward 3 


99 


89 


o 


Cornish 


98 


76 


Croydon 


39 


22 


H 


Goshen 


45 


29 


u 

w 


Grantham 


145 


125 


Langdon 


27 


16 


w 


Lempster 


37 


27 


o 


Newport 


220 


119 


z 


Plainfield 


86 


123 




Springfield 


80 


33 




Sunapee 


222 


107 




Unity 


57 


32 




Washington 


64 


31 





36 


31 


39 


87 


76 


124 


94 


93 


101 


146 


135 


134 


94 


89 


108 


98 


98 


89 


38 


35 


26 


45 


40 


40 


140 


132 


127 


28 


26 


21 


38 


35 


30 


222 


190 


147 


87 


83 


95 


79 


74 


39 


211 


202 


119 


60 


57 


51 


65 


63 


55 



Totals 



1,585 



1,157 



1 ,568 



,459 



,345 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



353 



COUNTY SUMMARY 









Ballots Cast 








Names on Checklist 






Republicar 


i 




Democratic 












Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Belknap 


3,200 


148 


3.348 


1,896 


89 


1,985 


13,922 


8,352 


12,197 


34,471 


Carroll 


2,381 


147 


2.528 


1,755 


105 


1,860 


12,076 


6,332 


13.917 


32.325 


Cheshire 


3,967 


155 


4.122 


4,503 


201 


4.704 


12,469 


13,616 


18,249 


44.334 


Coos 


1.713 


93 


1.806 


1,456 


78 


1,534 


5,740 


5.876 


7,250 


18.866 


Grafton 


4.589 


260 


4,849 


4.111 


298 


4.409 


16,194 


13,644 


20,107 


49.945 


Hillsborough 


21.077 


1,060 


22.137 


16.711 


973 


17,684 


72,822 


61,167 


76,336 


210,325 


Merrimack 


7.789 


328 


8.117 


8,840 


475 


9.315 


28.895 


23,377 


3 1 .044 


83,316 


Rockingham 


15.023 


676 


15.699 


10,604 


474 


11.078 


58,469 


47.012 


70,453 


175.934 


Strafford 


5.117 


225 


5.342 


6,084 


200 


6,284 


18,099 


21,250 


22,335 


61,684 


Sullivan 


1,844 


80 


1,924 


1.937 


59 


1,996 


7,580 


6,658 


9,616 


23,854 


Totals 


66,700 


3,172 


69,872 


57,897 


2,952 


60.849 


246,266 


207,284 


281,504 


735,054 



BELKNAP COUNTY 









Ballots Cast 








Names on 


Checklist 








Republican 






Democratic 














Regular Absentee 


Total 


Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Alton 


282 


18 


300 


123 


8 


131 


1,481 


558 


1.254 


3,293 


Barnstead 


195 


5 


200 


175 


2 


177 


867 


608 


1.134 


2,609 


Belmont 


241 


5 


246 


182 


2 


184 


1,503 


1.039 


987 


3,529 


Center Harbor 


115 


5 


120 


38 


1 


39 


323 


113 


305 


741 


Gilford 


458 


10 


468 


225 


9 


234 


2,151 


1.103 


1.896 


5.150 


Gilmanton 


158 


5 


163 


116 


2 


118 


850 


466 


793 


2.109 


Laconia Wd 1 


183 


14 


197 


83 


4 


87 


733 


407 


517 


1.657 


Laconia Wd2 


140 


7 


147 


73 


6 


79 


529 


370 


354 


1,253 


Laconia Wd3 


121 


3 


124 


93 


6 


99 


485 


325 


412 


1,222 


Laconia Wd4 


129 


9 


138 


75 


2 


77 


509 


409 


397 


1.315 


Laconia Wd5 


74 





74 


98 


1 


99 


413 


369 


334 


1.116 


Laconia Wd6 


163 


3 


166 


80 


1 


81 


691 


439 


500 


1,630 


Meredith 


459 


34 


493 


199 


18 


217 


1,519 


742 


1,585 


3,846 


New Hampton 


167 


3 


170 


88 


6 


94 


471 


294 


443 


1,208 


Sanbornton 


155 


7 


162 


123 


4 


127 


698 


567 


601 


1,866 


Tilton 


160 


20 


180 


125 


17 


142 


699 


543 


685 


1,927 


Totals 


3,200 


148 


3.348 


1,896 


89 


1,985 


13,922 


8,352 


12,197 


34,471 



354 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



CARROLL COUNTY 









Ballots Cast 








Names on 


Checklist 








Republican 






Democratic 












Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Albany 


39 


4 


43 


39 


2 


41 


124 


90 


227 


441 


Bartlett 


153 


6 


159 


80 


8 


88 


779 


509 


853 


2.141 


Brookfield 


70 


2 


72 


48 


2 


50 


191 


86 


170 


447 


Chatham 


18 


3 


21 


8 


1 


9 


82 


36 


69 


187 


Conway 


270 


32 


302 


173 


27 


200 


1,857 


1.264 


2.773 


5.894 


Eaton 


26 





26 


24 


3 


27 


98 


71 


121 


290 


Effingham 


54 





54 


56 


3 


59 


250 


151 


389 


790 


Freedom 


65 


3 


68 


66 


3 


69 


368 


148 


593 


1.109 


Hale's Location 


8 


3 


11 


1 





1 


64 


8 


40 


112 


Hart's Location 


9 





9 


1 


1 


2 


10 


6 


14 


30 


Jackson 


83 


11 


94 


79 


8 


87 


206 


138 


435 


779 


Madison 


103 


4 


107 


92 


4 


96 


458 


255 


750 


1.463 


Moultonborough 


258 


11 


269 


113 


3 


116 


1,498 


437 


1,455 


3,390 


Ossipee 


229 


11 


240 


125 


6 


131 


1,095 


586 


1.113 


2,794 


Sandwich 


116 


5 


121 


159 


5 


164 


424 


380 


235 


1,039 


Tamworth 


126 


5 


131 


217 


7 


224 


607 


481 


672 


1,760 


Tuftonboro 


174 


7 


181 


66 





66 


780 


226 


727 


1.733 


Wakefield 


218 


16 


234 


171 


10 


181 


1.086 


531 


1,118 


2,735 


Wolfeboro 


362 


24 


386 


237 


12 


249 


2,099 


929 


2,163 


5,191 


Totals 


2,381 


147 


2,528 


1,755 


105 


1,860 


12,076 


6.332 


13,917 


32,325 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 









Ballots Cast 








Names on 


Checklij 


;t 






Republican 






Democratic 














Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Al stead 


62 


2 


64 


104 


6 


110 


316 


374 


526 


1,216 


Chesterfield 


136 


7 


143 


215 


6 


221 


729 


672 


839 


2,240 


Dublin 


171 


10 


181 


179 


4 


183 


458 


345 


422 


1,225 


Fitzwilliam 


100 





100 


105 


2 


107 


401 


348 


707 


1,456 


Gilsum 


28 


6 


34 


29 





29 


138 


110 


174 


422 


Harrisville 


41 


4 


45 


135 


9 


144 


113 


203 


429 


745 


Hinsdale 


119 


4 


123 


161 


3 


164 


507 


610 


828 


1,945 


Jaffrey 


430 


24 


454 


332 


16 


348 


1,049 


870 


1,362 


3,281 


Keene Ward 1 


70 


3 


73 


191 


9 


200 


392 


927 


807 


2,126 


Keene Ward 2 


138 


6 


144 


295 


23 


318 


650 


1.179 


887 


2.716 


Keene Ward 3 


157 


7 


164 


253 


17 


270 


688 


972 


901 


2,561 


Keene Ward 4 


229 


10 


239 


293 


14 


307 


928 


1,051 


838 


2,817 


Keene Ward 5 


199 


11 


210 


330 


18 


348 


925 


1,085 


955 


2,965 


Marlborough 


79 


6 


85 


163 


9 


172 


254 


385 


642 


1,281 


Marlow 


40 


1 


41 


55 





55 


150 


138 


235 


523 


Nelson 


43 


1 


44 


81 


6 


87 


131 


186 


193 


510 


Richmond 


73 





73 


57 


8 


65 


205 


182 


280 


667 


Rindge 


887 


23 


910 


387 


12 


399 


1,058 


557 


1,834 


3,449 


Roxbury 


15 





15 


25 


1 


26 


33 


69 


62 


164 


Stoddard 


85 


4 


89 


84 


1 


85 


262 


189 


349 


800 


Sullivan 


33 


2 


35 


46 


1 


47 


93 


103 


192 


388 


Surry 


41 


2 


43 


46 





46 


174 


129 


171 


474 


Swanzey 


234 


6 


240 


249 


13 


262 


1,145 


1.164 


1 ,373 


3,682 


Troy 


81 


2 


83 


73 


2 


75 


316 


373 


543 


1,232 


Walpole 


193 


1 


194 


274 


6 


280 


566 


473 


1,243 


2,282 


Westmoreland 


133 


8 


141 


144 


13 


157 


264 


235 


517 


1,016 


Winchester 


150 


5 


155 


197 


2 


199 


524 


687 


940 


2.151 


Totals 


3,967 


155 


4,122 


4,503 


201 


4,704 


12,469 


13.616 


18,249 


44,334 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



355 



COOS COUNTY 









Ballots Cast 








Names on 


Checklist 








Republican 






Democratic 












Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Berlin Ward 1 


65 


4 


69 


174 


3 


177 


212 


635 


417 


1264 


Berlin Ward 2 


79 


1 


80 


163 


4 


167 


227 


579 


525 


1331 


Berlin Ward 3 


127 


12 


139 


155 


30 


185 


423 


712 


384 


1519 


Berlin Ward 4 


31 


2 


33 


154 


3 


157 


144 


593 


407 


1144 


Cambridge 




















1 





2 


3 


Carroll 


79 


5 


84 


40 


1 


41 


160 


114 


220 


494 


Clarksville 


22 





22 


8 





8 


53 


20 


97 


170 


Colebrook 


128 


4 


132 


68 


2 


70 


514 


215 


669 


1398 


Columbia 


48 


1 


49 


3 


2 


5 


147 


58 


137 


342 


Dalton 


68 


2 


70 


25 





25 


177 


74 


336 


587 


Dixville 


10 


1 


11 


5 





5 


11 


2 


13 


26 


Dummer 


31 





31 


8 





8 


52 


37 


113 


202 


Errol 


24 





24 


12 


1 


13 


50 


18 


171 


239 


Gorham 


117 


5 


122 


143 


5 


148 


492 


778 


524 


1794 


Green's Grant 


























3 


3 


Jefferson 


152 


9 


161 


25 


2 


27 


319 


103 


190 


612 


Lancaster 


248 


8 


256 


121 


3 


124 


806 


440 


726 


1972 


Milan 


69 


1 


70 


65 





65 


215 


214 


318 


747 


Millsfield 


9 





9 











9 








9 


Northumberland 


59 


3 


62 


58 


4 


62 


331 


474 


519 


1324 


Pinkham's Grant 




















1 


1 


10 


12 


Pittsburg 


64 


6 


70 


18 





18 


307 


75 


206 


588 


Randolph 


32 


15 


47 


49 


9 


58 


88 


89 


93 


270 


Shelburne 


16 





16 


25 





25 


101 


65 


112 


278 


Stark 


27 


5 


32 


25 


2 


27 


97 


69 


153 


319 


Stewartstown 


45 


2 


47 


13 


3 


16 


177 


75 


263 


515 


Stratford 


22 


1 


23 


25 





25 


93 


88 


187 


368 


Wentworth's Loc. 


3 





3 











5 


8 


17 


30 


Whitefield 


138 


6 


144 


74 


4 


78 


528 


340 


438 


1306 


Totals 


1,713 


93 


1.806 


1,456 


78 


1,534 


5,740 


5.876 


7.250 


18.866 



No names on checklist: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase. Chandler's Purchase. 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant. Dix's Grant. Erving's Location, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Low & Burbank's Grant. 
Martin's Location. Odell. Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant. Success. Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



356 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GRAFTON COUNTY 



Ballots Cast 



Names on Checklist 



Regular 

Alexandria 143 

Ashland 150 

Bath 99 

Benton 30 

Bethlehem 122 

Bridgewater 93 

Bristol 284 

Campton 186 

Canaan 133 

Dorchester 28 

Easton 14 

Ellsworth 13 

Enfield 158 

Franconia 80 

Grafton 81 

Groton 5 1 

Hanover 183 

Haverhill 442 

Hebron 122 

Holderness 156 

Landaff 41 
Lebanon Ward 1 163 
Lebanon Ward 2 125 
Lebanon Ward 3 137 

Lincoln 88 

Lisbon 56 

Littleton 312 

Livermore 

Lyman 33 

Lyme 83 

Monroe 7 1 

Orange 1 2 

Orford 74 

Piermont 57 

Plymouth 260 

Rumney 196 

Sugar Hill 42 

Thornton 161 

Warren 84 
Waterville Valley 23 

Wentworth 78 

Woodstock 68 



Republican 
Absentee 

4 

8 

7 



6 

7 

17 

11 

6 

5 



2 

3 

4 

2 

6 

16 

16 

2 

10 

1 

8 

6 

6 

5 

11 

31 



3 

6 

5 

1 

5 

1 

18 

5 

1 

4 
5 
5 
4 
1 



Total 

147 

158 

106 

30 

128 

100 

301 

197 

139 

33 

14 

15 

161 

84 

83 

57 

199 

458 

124 

166 

42 

171 

131 

143 

93 

67 

343 



36 

89 

76 

13 

79 

58 

278 

201 

43 

165 

89 

28 

82 

69 



Regular 

72 

67 

34 

8 

104 
47 

114 
85 

105 

17 

14 

8 

141 
73 
66 
18 

943 

123 
31 

115 
13 

254 

215 

252 
47 
19 

195 



22 

281 
24 
23 
92 
36 

243 
78 
36 
68 
26 
13 
28 
33 



Democratic 
Absentee 

1 
2 
1 


6 
1 

7 
5 
9 




13 
3 
2 


86 
5 
2 

13 
4 
5 

22 

20 

3 

17 

1 

26 
2 
1 
6 
7 

13 
3 
1 
6 

2 
3 
1 



Total 

73 

69 

35 

8 

110 
48 

121 
90 

114 

17 

14 

8 

154 

76 

68 

18 

1,029 

128 
33 

128 
17 

259 

237 

272 
47 
22 

212 



23 

307 
26 
24 
98 
43 

256 
81 
37 
74 
26 
15 
31 
34 



Rep. 

326 
399 
205 

86 
497 
346 
624 
520 
589 

65 

58 

20 
759 
241 
234 
121 
1,176 
1,089 
218 
516 

82 
962 
634 
703 
303 
348 
1,475 

104 
263 
282 

45 
254 
156 
879 
399 
129 
374 
216 

57 
226 
214 



Dem. 

193 

251 

93 

31 

359 

140 

255 

386 

501 

30 

68 

2 

795 

186 

156 

47 

2,903 

375 

61 

349 

41 

737 

969 

843 

215 

154 

836 



55 

514 

98 

48 

185 

94 

872 

157 

126 

215 

59 

32 

70 

143 



Und. Total 



478 
421 
253 

67 
712 
226 
851 
762 
885 
123 

80 

45 
807 
338 
353 
149 
2,378 
735 
154 
556 
107 
871 
880 
629 
505 
269 
1,083 

160 
457 
161 

81 
353 
218 
1,584 
468 
173 
842 
247 
105 
194 
347 



997 

1.071 

551 

184 

1,568 

712 

1,730 

1.668 

1,975 

218 

206 

67 

2,361 

765 

743 

317 

6,457 

2,199 

433 

1,421 

230 

2,570 

2,483 

2,175 

1,023 

771 

3,394 



319 

1,234 

541 

174 

792 

468 

3,335 

1,024 

428 

1,431 

522 

194 

490 

704 



Totals 



4,589 



260 4,849 



4,111 



298 4,409 



16.194 13.644 20,107 49.945 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



357 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 









Ballots Cast 






Names on 


Checklist 




Republican 




Democratic 












Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Amherst 


1.057 


72 


1.129 


412 


23 


435 


2,964 


1 .756 


2,396 


7.116 


Antrim 


179 


2 


181 


155 


2 


157 


496 


417 


524 


1,437 


Bedford 


1.465 


84 


1 .549 


598 


162 


760 


6,772 


3,015 


4,107 


13,894 


Bennington 


105 


6 


111 


75 


2 


77 


296 


229 


307 


832 


Brookline 


323 


8 


331 


132 


16 


148 


806 


496 


1,271 


2,573 


Deering 


111 


8 


119 


81 


2 


83 


345 


173 


490 


1,008 


Francestown 


127 


4 


131 


156 


3 


159 


385 


239 


465 


1,089 


Goffstown 


1,297 


45 


1.342 


876 


31 


907 


3,730 


2,519 


3,681 


9,930 


Greenfield 


148 


2 


150 


109 


3 


112 


301 


245 


292 


838 


Greenville 


97 


2 


99 


95 





95 


205 


235 


688 


1.128 


Hancock 


155 


10 


165 


175 


8 


183 


420 


334 


553 


1,307 


Hillsborough 


350 


13 


363 


218 


11 


229 


994 


562 


1,219 


2,775 


Hollis 


878 


21 


899 


292 


21 


313 


1,782 


975 


1,862 


4.619 


Hudson 


679 


22 


701 


509 


17 


526 


4,012 


3,181 


4,974 


12.167 


Litchfield 


273 


8 


281 


167 


8 


175 


1.450 


949 


2,144 


4,543 


Lyndeborough 


121 


9 


130 


72 


4 


76 


320 


150 


665 


1.135 


Manchester Ward 1 


723 


29 


752 


803 


51 


854 


2,338 


2.110 


1,314 


5.762 


Manchester Ward 2 


352 


43 


395 


535 


41 


576 


1,522 


1,619 


1.083 


4,224 


Manchester Ward 3 


200 


31 


231 


368 


53 


421 


911 


1.337 


966 


3.214 


Manchester Ward 4 


243 


49 


292 


369 


33 


402 


1,044 


1,379 


1,126 


3,549 


Manchester Ward 5 


190 


13 


203 


360 


14 


374 


758 


1.312 


732 


2,802 


Manchester Ward 6 


417 


24 


441 


499 


25 


524 


1,668 


1,715 


1,324 


4,707 


Manchester Ward 7 


292 


7 


299 


453 


11 


464 


1,273 


1,696 


947 


3,916 


Manchester Ward 8 


414 


14 


428 


488 


11 


499 


1.717 


1,707 


1,255 


4,679 


Manchester Ward 9 


322 


23 


345 


576 


36 


612 


1.267 


1,759 


1,131 


4,157 


Manchester Ward 1 


392 


13 


405 


519 


12 


531 


1,379 


1,790 


1,084 


4,253 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


210 


5 


215 


336 


8 


344 


943 


1.274 


1.060 


3,277 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


438 


70 


508 


375 


34 


409 


1,620 


1,423 


1,162 


4,205 


Mason 


89 


1 


90 


58 


1 


59 


223 


135 


491 


849 


Merrimack 


1.200 


39 


1,239 


776 


28 


804 


6.292 


4,218 


5,582 


16.092 


Milford 


1,143 


39 


1.182 


439 


12 


451 


3,242 


2.049 


3.558 


8,849 


Mont Vernon 


181 


8 


189 


122 


2 


124 


521 


354 


600 


1.475 


Nashua Ward 1 


506 


16 


522 


365 


24 


389 


1,997 


1,836 


2,073 


5,906 


Nashua Ward 2 


348 


13 


361 


236 


15 


251 


1.737 


1.407 


1.862 


5,006 


Nashua Ward 3 


306 


12 


318 


300 


9 


309 


1,414 


1,514 


1,756 


4,684 


Nashua Ward 4 


130 


2 


132 


195 


7 


202 


672 


1,263 


1,223 


3,158 


Nashua Ward 5 


339 


15 


354 


321 


9 


330 


1,651 


1,618 


2.157 


5,426 


Nashua Ward 6 


208 


4 


212 


222 


15 


237 


1,102 


1.643 


1,474 


4.219 


Nashua Ward 7 


228 


36 


264 


301 


14 


315 


1,068 


1,444 


1,399 


3,911 


Nashua Ward 8 


248 


6 


254 


312 


9 


321 


1,358 


1,452 


1,872 


4,682 


Nashua Ward 9 


320 


13 


333 


290 


9 


299 


1,652 


1,557 


2,131 


5,340 


New Boston 


257 


19 


276 


170 


24 


194 


1,192 


645 


1,234 


3,071 


New Ipswich 


451 


22 


473 


124 


13 


137 


953 


345 


1,398 


2,696 


Pel ham 


1,975 


95 


2.070 


1,478 


67 


1,545 


1.829 


1.543 


3.838 


7,210 


Peterborough 


648 


51 


699 


588 


43 


631 


1,270 


1,372 


1,626 


4,268 


Sharon 


43 


6 


49 


34 


3 


37 


69 


61 


112 


242 


Temple 


147 


2 


149 


92 


2 


94 


217 


183 


415 


815 


Weare 


412 


7 


419 


231 


8 


239 


1,884 


1,144 


1,687 


4.715 


Wilton 


317 


17 


334 


242 


17 


259 


714 


745 


950 


2,409 


Windsor 


23 





23 


12 





12 


47 


43 


76 


166 


Totals 


21,077 


1.060 


22,137 


16,711 


973 


17,684 


72,822 


61,167 


76.336 


210.325 



358 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 









Ballots Cast 








Names on 


Checklist 








Republican 






Democratic 












Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Regular Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Allenstown 


133 


4 


137 


221 


1 


222 


524 


834 


886 


2,244 


Andover 


148 


2 


150 


128 


1 


129 


390 


393 


637 


1,420 


Boscawen 


175 


12 


187 


151 


8 


159 


572 


360 


955 


1,887 


Bow 


618 


28 


646 


519 


38 


557 


2,228 


1,203 


1,706 


5,137 


Bradford 


96 


6 


102 


126 


7 


133 


299 


225 


438 


962 


Canterbury 


192 


1 


193 


260 


9 


269 


433 


467 


812 


1.712 


Chichester 


190 


6 


196 


162 


7 


169 


484 


281 


773 


1,538 


Concord Ward 1 


208 


4 


212 


259 


2 


261 


781 


817 


945 


2,543 


Concord Ward 2 


118 


6 


124 


211 


10 


221 


582 


650 


860 


2,092 


Concord Ward 3 


168 


6 


174 


244 


14 


258 


568 


617 


536 


1,721 


Concord Ward 4 


180 


9 


189 


381 


28 


409 


611 


1,006 


812 


2,429 


Concord Ward 5 


206 


19 


225 


410 


68 


478 


905 


1,139 


840 


2,884 


Concord Ward 6 


119 


6 


125 


247 


10 


257 


770 


526 


661 


1.957 


Concord Ward 7 


239 


7 


246 


419 


31 


450 


863 


1,090 


604 


2,557 


Concord Ward 8 


206 


10 


216 


280 


13 


293 


723 


677 


631 


2.031 


Concord Ward 9 


189 


4 


193 


259 


5 


264 


698 


683 


620 


2,001 


Concord Ward 1 


295 


18 


313 


447 


22 


469 


1,099 


1,016 


1,065 


3,180 


Danbury 


85 


4 


89 


65 


3 


68 


270 


136 


319 


725 


Dunbarton 


190 


10 


200 


149 


7 


156 


708 


414 


586 


1.708 


Epsom 


257 


14 


271 


214 


10 


224 


990 


594 


1,035 


2,619 


Franklin Ward 1 


135 


5 


140 


109 


7 


116 


419 


350 


591 


1,360 


Franklin Ward 2 


75 


2 


77 


73 


1 


74 


283 


242 


580 


1.105 


Franklin Ward 3 


98 


6 


104 


79 


2 


81 


443 


438 


532 


1.413 


Henniker 


235 


8 


243 


295 


4 


299 


900 


832 


995 


2,727 


Hill 


49 


3 


52 


39 


1 


40 


184 


83 


313 


580 


Hooksett 


684 


25 


709 


449 


19 


468 


3.008 


1,953 


1.898 


6,859 


Hopkinton 


408 


24 


432 


735 


47 


782 


1,567 


1,424 


1,096 


4,087 


Loudon 


281 


4 


285 


162 


9 


171 


1,052 


470 


1.290 


2,812 


New London 


353 


11 


364 


317 


20 


337 


1,299 


631 


1.128 


3,058 


Newbury 


163 


12 


175 


110 


13 


123 


473 


298 


581 


1.352 


Northfield 


177 


6 


183 


198 


2 


200 


791 


509 


1,129 


2,429 


Pembroke 


325 


14 


339 


329 


11 


340 


1,425 


1,212 


1,470 


4,107 


Pittsfield 


207 


8 


215 


135 


4 


139 


732 


450 


1.109 


2,291 


Salisbury 


78 


2 


80 


90 


10 


100 


246 


155 


402 


803 


Sutton 


132 


4 


136 


128 


3 


131 


427 


346 


510 


1,283 


Warner 


181 


13 


194 


243 


10 


253 


573 


486 


742 


1,801 


Webster 


106 


1 


107 


109 


6 


115 


307 


187 


530 


1,024 


Wilmot 


90 


4 


94 


88 


12 


100 


268 


183 


427 


878 


Totals 


7,789 


328 


8.117 


8,840 


475 


9,315 


28,895 


23,377 


31,044 


83,316 



DIRECT PRIMARY 



359 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 









Ballots Cast 








Names on 


Checklist 






Republican 


Democratic 














Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Regular / 


Absentee 


Total 


Rep. 


Dem. 


Und. 


Total 


Atkinson 


548 


23 


571 


202 


6 


208 


1,690 


1,084 


2,101 


4,875 


Auburn 


266 


7 


273 


151 


2 


153 


1,214 


749 


1.077 


3,040 


Brentwood 


187 


11 


198 


112 


8 


120 


806 


495 


824 


2,125 


Candia 


248 


15 


263 


143 


2 


145 


1,245 


633 


796 


2,674 


Chester 


287 


4 


291 


106 


1 


107 


1,053 


441 


977 


2.471 


Danville 


272 


5 


277 


113 


1 


114 


805 


475 


1,089 


2,369 


Deerfield 


226 


7 


233 


152 


10 


162 


1.142 


685 


1,107 


2,934 


Derry 


1,380 


56 


1,436 


627 


25 


652 


5,389 


3,719 


6,241 


15,349 


East Kingston 


117 


1 


118 


62 


3 


65 


499 


276 


431 


1.206 


Epping 


315 


11 


326 


191 


5 


196 


1,021 


872 


2,163 


4,056 


Exeter 


733 


89 


822 


652 


67 


719 


3,409 


3.057 


2,601 


9,067 


Fremont 


189 


9 


198 


61 


2 


63 


627 


298 


1,219 


2,144 


Greenland 


295 


6 


301 


161 


4 


165 


884 


532 


825 


2,241 


Hampstead 


435 


27 


462 


181 


5 


186 


2,141 


1,329 


2,387 


5,857 


Hampton 


862 


67 


929 


677 


36 


713 


3,149 


3,203 


4,491 


10,843 


Hampton Falls 


187 


5 


192 


82 


3 


85 


626 


236 


588 


1,450 


Kensington 


83 





83 


99 


6 


105 


439 


281 


687 


1,407 


Kingston 


200 


8 


208 


118 


5 


123 


1,421 


911 


1,228 


3,560 


Londonderry 


1,182 


42 


1,224 


701 


30 


731 


5,105 


3,458 


4,629 


13,192 


New Castle 


195 


20 


215 


128 


12 


140 


379 


199 


382 


960 


Newfields 


90 


2 


92 


89 


6 


95 


301 


249 


436 


986 


Newington 


112 


10 


122 


48 


1 


49 


258 


103 


240 


601 


Newmarket 


259 


6 


265 


496 


7 


503 


1,199 


2.117 


2,052 


5,368 


Newton 


94 


9 


103 


70 


1 


71 


700 


660 


1,383 


2,743 


North Hampton 


315 


13 


328 


249 


12 


261 


1,308 


877 


1.800 


3.985 


Northwood 


182 


7 


189 


172 


3 


175 


618 


394 


1 .373 


2,385 


Nottingham 


213 


5 


218 


176 


7 


183 


843 


640 


1,087 


2,570 


Plaistow 


152 


14 


166 


106 


6 


112 


1.270 


913 


2,910 


5.093 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


118 


3 


121 


316 


10 


326 


484 


953 


954 


2,391 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


141 


11 


152 


431 


27 


458 


582 


1.540 


1,226 


3,348 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


114 


12 


126 


205 


10 


215 


394 


723 


544 


1.661 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


318 


25 


343 


393 


18 


411 


1.083 


1.380 


1,171 


3,634 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


206 


17 


223 


387 


24 


411 


630 


1.287 


1,292 


3,209 


Raymond 


334 


7 


341 


262 


6 


268 


1,630 


1,162 


2,511 


5,303 


Rye 


516 


36 


552 


419 


42 


461 


1.773 


1,363 


1,304 


4,440 


Salem 


1,310 


23 


1,333 


863 


16 


879 


4,796 


4,655 


5,488 


14.939 


Sandown 


175 


6 


181 


97 


4 


101 


918 


663 


1,513 


3.094 


Seabrook 


225 


7 


232 


154 


4 


158 


1,655 


1.537 


2,273 


5,465 


South Hampton 


41 


1 


42 


49 


2 


51 


125 


113 


349 


587 


Stratham 


399 


10 


409 


249 


6 


255 


1.868 


1,179 


2.177 


5,224 


Windham 


1,502 


39 


1,541 


654 


29 


683 


2,990 


1,571 


2,527 


7,088 


Totals 


15.023 


676 


15.699 


10.604 


474 


11.078 


58,469 


47,012 


70.453 


175,934 



360 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



STRAFFORD COUNTY 



Regular 

307 



Barrington 

Dover Ward 1 141 

Dover Ward 2 182 

Dover Ward 3 364 

Dover Ward 4 277 

Dover Ward 5 181 

Dover Ward 6 208 

Durham 288 

Farmington 207 

Lee 207 

Madbury 76 

Middleton 75 

Milton 159 

New Durham 135 

Rochester Ward 1 337 

Rochester Ward 2 316 

Rochester Ward 3 317 

Rochester Ward 4 245 

Rochester Ward 5 242 

Rochester Ward 6 193 

Rollinsford 162 

Somersworth Ward 1 74 

Somersworth Ward 2 50 

Somersworth Ward 3 54 

Somersworth Ward 4 68 

Somersworth Ward 5 29 

Strafford 223 

Totals 5,117 



Republican 
Absentee 

7 

14 

14 

15 

12 

11 

12 

13 

5 

7 

3 

2 

12 

8 

9 

8 

15 

10 

14 

13 

5 

5 

2 

1 

6 

2 



Ballots Cast 

Democratic 
Total Regular Absentee 



Names on Checklist 



314 

155 

196 

379 

289 

192 

220 

301 

212 

214 

79 

77 

171 

143 

346 

324 

332 

255 

256 

206 

167 

79 

52 

55 

74 

29 

225 



225 5,342 



318 
200 
262 
309 
302 
208 
241 
708 
217 
297 
131 

65 
167 

95 
313 
243 
255 
328 
267 
195 
185 
112 

96 
109 
164 

88 
209 

6,084 



5 
5 

12 
9 
1 
7 

10 

37 
1 

19 
5 

1 
2 

8 
10 
7 
8 
23 
9 
2 

6 
3 

5 
5 



Total 

323 
205 
274 
318 
303 
215 
251 
745 
218 
316 
136 

65 
168 

97 
321 
253 
262 
336 
290 
204 
187 
112 
102 
112 
164 

93 
214 



Rep. 

1,483 
634 
613 

1,014 
926 
658 
852 

1,168 
976 
652 
283 
210 
701 
579 
880 
865 
882 
717 
806 
589 
438 
314 
247 
263 
315 
159 
875 



Dem. 

1,373 
1,074 
1,135 
1,098 
1,114 
785 
892 
2.300 
947 
922 
290 
191 
596 
348 
780 
726 
777 
881 
799 
662 
525 
551 
426 
419 
540 
444 
655 



Und. 

1,898 
855 
806 
989 
896 
897 
879 
1,898 
1,293 
933 
477 
354 
928 
528 
978 
807 
822 
729 
796 
693 
594 
558 
437 
492 
503 
347 
948 



Total 

4,754 
2,563 
2,554 
3,101 
2,936 
2,340 
2,623 
5,366 
3,216 
2,507 
1,050 

755 
2,225 
1,455 
2,638 
2,398 
2,481 
2,327 
2,401 
1,944 
1,557 
1,423 
1,110 
1,174 
1,358 

950 
2,478 



200 6.284 18,099 21,250 22,335 61.684 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 



Republican 
Regular Absentee 



Ballots Cast 

Democratic 
Regular Absentee Total 



Names on Checklist 



Acworth 

Charlestown 

Claremont Ward 

Claremont Ward 

Claremont Ward 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham 

Langdon 

Lempster 

Newport 

Plainfield 

Springfield 

Sunapee 

Unity 

Washington 



46 

99 

119 

182 

111 

116 

43 

53 

178 

32 

44 

255 

105 

86 

238 

68 

69 



3 
7 
2 
3 
3 
5 
3 

9 

7 
4 
6 
7 
11 
2 
8 



Total 

49 

106 

121 

185 

114 

121 

46 

53 

187 

32 

51 

259 

111 

93 

249 

70 

77 



74 

145 

131 

196 

148 

123 

28 

64 

169 

29 

39 

217 

216 

60 

181 

62 

55 



1 

7 
6 
3 

7 
1 

5 
1 
2 
7 
8 

5 
3 
3 



75 

152 

137 

199 

148 

130 

29 

64 

174 

30 

41 

224 

224 

60 

186 

65 

58 



Rep. 

127 
602 
549 
841 
571 
390 
166 
161 
704 
140 
165 
1,152 
329 
307 
906 
222 
248 



Dem. 

88 
657 
778 
819 
705 
450 

64 
123 
479 

94 

92 
854 
478 
156 
465 
207 
149 



Und. 

361 
1,267 
630 
776 
928 
240 
179 
202 
893 
164 
277 
1,062 
602 
297 
1,103 
376 
259 



Total 

576 

2,526 

1,957 

2,436 

2,204 

1,080 

409 

486 

2,076 

398 

534 

3,068 

1,409 

760 

2,474 

805 

656 



Totals 



1,844 



80 



1,924 



1,937 



59 



,996 



7,580 6,658 9,616 23,854 



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RECOUNTS AFTER THE PRIMARY 

After the primary, seven requests for recounts were received - four republican and three 
democratic. The recount requested for State Representative in Hillsborough District 10 was 
called off before it was finished. Two recounts - State Representative Rockingham County 
District 4 and State Representative Strafford County District 2 resulted in a change of 
nominees. Following, in the first column are the figures as officially returned to the Secretary 
of State. The second column contains the recount figures. The third column contains Ballot 
Law Commission results. Asterisks indicate the nominees. 

REPUBLICAN RECOUNTS 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Hillsborough County District No. 17 

Carlos Gonzalez 609* 618* 

Robert Chabot 584* 592* 

Keith D. Hirschmann 537* 546* 

Irene M. Messier 527* 535* 

Raymond R. Hebert 462* 468* 

Barbara J. Hagan 454* 459* 

Denise Marie Herman 422* 428* 

Richard A. Marston 378* 385* 

Gary C. Greenberg 372 379 

PhilGreazzo 219 226 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Rockingham County District No. 4 

Mary E. Griffin 1,843* 1,853* 

Kevin K. Waterhouse 1 ,707* 1 ,699* 

D.J. Bettencourt 1,637* 1,645* 

Anthony R. DiFruscia 1,619* 1,624* 

Charles E. McMahon 1.518* 1,513* 

Anne K. Priestley 1,436* 1,440* 

Ronald J. Belanger 1,437* 1,439* 

Janeen Dalrymple 1,401* 1,412* 

Russell F. Ingram 1,386* 1,391* 

James B. Coburn 1,222* 1,227* 

Richard T. Cooney 1 ,205 * 1 ,207 * 

John J. Manning, Jr. 1 . 1 62* 1,1 80* 

Christopher L. Doyle 1.107 1,112* 

James E. Holland, Jr. 1.108* 1,110 

Patrick J. Robertson 1,049 1,057 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Rockingham County District No. 7 

Elisabeth N. Sanders 426* 427* 

Gene P. Charron 424* 425* 

Ken Donahue 271* 278* 

Michael B. Asselin 274* 276* 

Steven K. Stevens 269 270 

Robert S. Yelin 207 206 



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DEMOCRATIC RECOUNTS 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL- District No. 1 

Raymond S. Burton 597* 

Clifton Below 587 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Merrimack County District No. 10 

Mary Stuart Gile 560* 

Fran Potter 492* 

Steve Shurtleff 344* 

Karen Cote 320* 

Shawn Riley 311 

STATE REPRESENTATIVE - Strafford County District No. 2 

Richard F. Heon 470* 

Dana S. Hilliard 448* 

Roger Berube 427* 

Clair A. Snyder 424* 

Michael S. Rollo 324 

Dale R. Sprague 331* 

Francis C. Vincent 309 



657* 


655 


654 


653 


555* 




492* 




346* 




321* 




310 




471* 




442* 




430* 




429* 




324* 




323 




303 





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GENERAL ELECTION - 2004 

(The weather on general election day was an average of 48 degrees with rain in parts of the state) 

The General Election was held November 2, 2004. In the following summary, the full 
name, residence, party designation and total number of votes are given for the candidates. In 
the tables beyond only the last name and party designation appear. Republican is designated 
by the letter r; democratic by the letter d; and libertarian by the letter 1. 

In each contest the person receiving the largest number of votes is elected. 

SUMMARY 

Republican Names on Checklist 267,141 

Democratic Names on Checklist 228,395 

Undeclared Names on Checklist 360,325 

Total Names on Checklist 855,861 

Number of persons registering to vote at polling place on election day 94,431 

(This number is included in Total Names on Checklist) 

Regular Ballots Cast 621,613 

Absentee Ballots Cast 62,059 

Total Ballots Cast 683,672 

For Electors of President and Vice-President of the United States: 

Democratic Party: 

Jeanne Shaheen 

Peter Hoe Burling John F. Kerry 

Judy Reardon and 

James Ryan John Edwards 340,5 1 1 

Republican Party: 

Craig Benson 

Thomas Eaton George W. Bush 

Gene Chandler and 

Ruth Griffin Dick Cheney 33 1 ,237 

Independent: 

David E. Pendleton 

Jamie Cadorette Ralph Nader 

Gregg Stott and 

Tricia Stott Peter Miguel Camejo 4,479 

Write-in Votes for the Office of President: 

John McCain 357 

Michael Badnarik 372 

Michael Peroutka 161 

Howard Dean 42 

Wesley Clark 14 

Wesley Powell 14 

Dennis Kucinich 8 

John Edwards 5 

Miscellaneous 538 

For Governor: 

John Lynch, Hopkinton, d 340,299 

Craig R. Benson. Rye, r 325.98 1 

Total Vote 666,280 



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For United States Senator: 

Judd Gregg, Rye, r 434,847 

Doris Granny D Haddock. Dublin, d 221,549 

Ken Blevens. Bow, 1 (write-in) 102 

Total Vote 656,498 

For Representative in Congress: 

First District: 

Jeb Bradley. Wolfeboro. r 204,836 

Justin Nadeau, Rye, d 1 18,226 

Total Vote 323,062 

Second District: 

Charles Bass, Peterborough, r 191,188 

Paul W. Hodes Concord, d 125,280 

Richard B. Kahn, Hudson, 1 11,311 

Total Vote 327,779 

For Executive Council: 

First District: 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath, r&d 1 17,952 

Second District: 

Peter J. Spaulding. Hopkinton, r 67,696 

John D. Shea, Nelson, d 57,430 

Total Vote 125,126 

Third District: 

Ruth L. Griffin, Portsmouth, r&d 1 17,002 

Fourth District: 

Raymond J. Wieczorek. Manchester, r 65,185 

Raymond Buckley. Manchester, d 50,562 

Total Vote 1 15,747 

Fifth District: 

Debora B. Pignatelli. Nashua, d 64,430 

Dave Wheeler, Milford, r 57,870 

Total Vote 122.300 

For State Senate: 
First District: 

John T Gallus, Berlin, r 15.822 

Jerry Sorlucco, Littleton, d 10,748 

Total Vote 26,570 

Second District: 

Carl R. Johnson, Meredith, r 15,407 

Sid Lovett, Holderness, d 13,229 

Total Vote 28,636 

Third District: 

Joseph D. Kenney, Wakefield, r 17,044 

William W. Farnum, Tamworth. d 11 .567 

Total Vote 28,61 1 

Fourth District: 

Robert K. Boyce, Alton, r 14.106 

Beth Arsenault. Laconia. d 1 2,687 

Total Vote 26.793 

Fifth District: 

Peter Hoe Burling, Cornish, d 15,388 

James Dean. Lebanon, r 11,143 

Total Vote 26,53 1 

Sixth District: 

Richard Green, Rochester, r 14.954 

Marlene M. DeChane, Barrington, d 10,134 

Total Vote 25,088 

Seventh District: 

Robert B. Flanders, Antrim, r 14,131 

Beth Rodd, Bradford, d 13,009 

Total Vote 27,140 



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Eighth District: 

Bob Odell, Lempster, r 16,395 

Carroll D. French, Langdon, d 10,086 

Total Vote 26,481 

Ninth District: 

Sheila Roberge, Bedford, r 18,776 

Rose H. Arthur, Merrimack, d 10,629 

Total Vote 29,405 

Tenth District: 

Tom Eaton, Keene, r 1 3,7 1 7 

McKim W. Mitchell, Chesterfield, d 12,775 

Total Vote 26,492 

Eleventh District: 

Peter Bragdon, Milford, r 14,970 

Mark Femald, Sharon, d 14,523 

Total Vote 29,493 

Twelfth District: 

David Gottesman. Nashua, d 13,335 

Harry Haytayan, Hollis, r 13,164 

Total Vote 26,499 

Thirteenth District: 

Joe Foster, Nashua, d&r 15,843 

Fourteenth District: 

Robert Clegg, Hudson, r 15,279 

John Knowles, Hudson, d 9,573 

Total Vote 24,852 

Fifteenth District: 

Sylvia B. Larsen, Concord, d 18,142 

Jeff Newman, Concord, r 8,848 

Total Vote 26,990 

Sixteenth District: 

Theodore Gatsas. Manchester, r 16,885 

Tom St. Martin, Candia, d 10,479 

Total Vote 27,364 

Seventeenth District: 

John S. Barnes, Jr.. Raymond, r 16,437 

Corey E. Corbin, Sandown, d 10,416 

Total Vote 26,853 

Eighteenth District: 

Andre A. Martel, Manchester, r 11 ,095 

Dave Gelinas, Manchester, d 10,929 

Total Vote 22,024 

Nineteenth District: 

Bob Letourneau, Derry, r 14,907 

Grace L. Reisdorf, Derry, d 9,887 

Total Vote 24,794 

Twentieth District: 

Lou D'AUesandro, Manchester, d 1 1,243 

Joseph Kelly Levasseur, Manchester, r 9,533 

Total Vote 20,776 

Twenty-First District: 

Iris W. Estabrook, Durham, d 14,657 

Daniel J. Philbrick, Dover, r 12,352 

Total Vote 27,009 

Twenty-Second District: 

Chuck Morse, Salem, r 16,590 

Michael K. Garofalo, Salem, d 10,192 

Total Vote 26,782 

Twenty-Third District: 

Maggie Wood Hassan, Exeter, d 15,201 

Russell Prescott, Kingston, r 14,054 

Total Vote 29,255 



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Twenty-Fourth District: 

Martha Fuller Clark, Portsmouth, d 16,791 

John E. Lyons. Jr., Portsmouth, r 15,494 

Total Vote 32,285 

COUNTY OFFICES 
BELKNAP COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Daniel Collis. Laconia, r&d 28.180 

For County Attorney: 

Lauren J. Noether. Tilton. r&d 27,756 

For Treasurer: 

Robert E. Corbin. Belmont, r&d 27.674 

For Register of Deeds: 

Rachel M. Normandin, Laconia. r&d 28,1 16 

For Register of Probate: 

Karen Brickner. Barnstead. r&d 27,636 

For County Commissioner: 
Second District: 

Gordon E. Bartlett, Belmont, r 5,862 

Andrew Patterson, Sanbornton. d 4,194 

Total Vote 10,056 

Third District: 

Christopher Boothby. Meredith, r 9,604 

CARROLL COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Scott A. Carr, Ossipee. r&d 24,203 

For County Attorney: 

Robin J. Gordon. Tamworth, d&r 23.895 

For Treasurer: 

Godfrey Howard. Tuftonboro. r 20,647 

For Register of Deeds: 

Lillian O. Brookes, Wolfeboro, r&d 23,967 

For Register of Probate: 

Gail A. Monet. Madison, r&d 23.408 

For County Commissioner: 
First District: 

David C. Sorensen, Eaton, r&d 23.525 

Third District: 

Marge M. Webster. Wolfeboro, r 20, 143 

CHESHIRE COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Richard A. Foote, Swanzey, r&d 35,1 18 

For County Attorney: 

William M. Albrecht, Keene. r&d 34,908 

For Treasurer: 

Fred S. Parker. Keene, r 1 7.763 

Stuart E. West, Westmoreland, d 18.786 

Total Vote 36,549 

For Register of Deeds: 

Evelyn S. Hubal, Keene, r&d 35,383 

For Register of Probate: 

Elizabeth B. Minkler, Keene, r&d 35,016 

For County Commissioner: 
Second District: 

Roger Zerba, Keene, d&r 11 .444 

Third District: 

Jonathan Sistare. Dublin, r 9,636 



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COOS COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Alan J. Tardif. Berlin, r&d 15,031 

For County Attorney: 

Pierre J. Morin, Berlin, r&d 14,944 

For Treasurer: 

Donald M, Bisson, Berlin, r&d 14,796 

For Register of Deeds: 

Carole A. Lamirande, Gorham, d 9,223 

Brent W. Lyons, Colebrook, r 6,74 1 

Total Vote 15,964 

For Register of Probate: 

Terri L. Peterson, Lancaster, r&d 14,602 

For County Commissioner: 
First District: 

Paul R. Grenier, Berlin, d&r 4,572 

Second District: 

Thomas M. Brady, Jefferson, r 3,214 

Jeff Woodburn, Whitefield, d 2,897 

Total Vote 6,1 1 1 



GRAFTON COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Douglas R. Dutile, Haverhill, r&d 39,315 

For County Attorney: 

Ricardo St. Hilaire, Enfield, r&d 39,036 

For Treasurer: 

Carol A. Elliott, Plymouth, r&d 39,584 

For Register of Deeds: 

Joel A. DuPuis, Haverhill, r&d 39,372 

For Register of Probate: 

Rebecca R. Wyman, Haverhill, r&d 39,025 

For County Commissioner: 
First District: 

Michael J. Cryans, Hanover, d 8,953 

Karen Melendy Cervantes, Lebanon, r 4,508 

Total Vote 13,461 

Second District: 

Raymond S. Burton, Bath, r&d 1 3,387 

Third District: 

Bill Gabler, Hebron, r&d 13,458 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

James A. Hardy, Pelham, r 102,352 

Benjamin Clemons, Nashua, d 68,850 

Total Vote 17 1.202 

For County Attorney: 

Marguerite Lefebvre Wageling, Manchester, r&d 155,846 

For Treasurer: 

David G. Fredette, Nashua, r 97,875 

Nick Panagopoulos, Manchester, d 73,580 

Total Vote 17 1,455 

For Register of Deeds: 

Judith MacDonald, Merrimack, r 101,411 

Vicki Meagher, Nashua, d 69,847 

Total Vote 171,258 

For Register of Probate: 

Bob Rivard, Manchester, r&d 157.376 



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For County Commissioner: 

First District: 

Toni Pappas. Manchester, r&d 48,867 

Second District: 

Rhona M. Charbonneau, Hudson, r 29,453 

Michael R. Clemons. Nashua, d 25,283 

Total Vote 54,736 

Third District: 

Carol H. Holden, Amherst, r 39,290 

Joseph G. Hickey, Sr., Merrimack, d 25,131 

Total Vote 64,421 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 

For S hen ft": 

Chester L. Jordan, Bow, r 39,747 

Clark M. Karolian. Hooksett, d 30.360 

Total Vote 70,107 

For County Attorney: 

Dan St. Hilaire, Concord, r&d 64,016 

For Treasurer: 

Stuart D. Trachy. Franklin, r 54,171 

For Register of Deeds: 

Kathi L. Guay. Loudon, r&d 63,956 

For Register of Probate: 

Jane D.W. Bradstreet. Hopkinton. r&d 62,909 

For County Commissioner: 
Second District: 

Bronwyn Asplund- Walsh, Franklin, r 16.975 

Third District: 

J.D. Colcord. Warner, r&d 23,271 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Dan Linehan. Danville, r 89,316 

Brett Antul-Cabral, Auburn, d 47,725 

Total Vote 137,041 

For County Attorney: 

Jim Reams, Hampton, r&d 124,236 

For Treasurer: 

Edward R. Buck III, Hampton, r 72,440 

David Ahearn. Hampton Falls, d 64. 1 1 2 

Total Vote 136,552 

For Register of Deeds: 

Cathy Stacey, Salem, r 83,949 

Herb Moyer, Exeter, d 55,400 

Total Vote 139,349 

For Register of Probate: 

Andrew Christie, Jr., Hampton Falls, r 74,921 

Debra Crapo, Rye, d 61 ,464 

Total Vote 136.385 

For County Commissioner: 
First District: 

Katharin Pratt. Hampton, r 29,33 1 

Richard T. DiPentima, Portsmouth, d 19,625 

Total Vote 48,956 

Second District: 

Maureen Barrows, Exeter, r 28,648 

Vincent DeChane, Newmarket, d 1 7.024 

Total Vote 45,672 



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Third District: 

Don Stritch, Auburn, r 24,348 

Ruth-Ellen Post, Windham, d 17,728 

Total Vote 42,076 



STRAFFORD COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Wayne M. Estes, Milton, r&d 49,389 

For County Attorney: 

Janice K. Rundles, Lee, d&r 48,750 

For Treasurer: 

Pamela J. Arnold, Milton, d 27,914 

Matthew G. Scruton, Farmington, r 24,354 

Total Vote 52,268 

For Register of Deeds: 

Leo E. Lessard, Milton, d&r 50,076 

For Register of Probate: 

Kimberly Quint, Dover, d&r 48,348 

For County Commissioners: 

Paul J. Dumont, Rochester, d 26,565 

George Maglaras, Dover, d 26,3 1 2 

Ronald Chagnon, Farmington, d 25,126 

Cal Schroeder, Strafford, r 22.885 

Ralph W. Torr, Rochester, r 20,941 

James Martel, Strafford, r 20,57 1 

Total Vote 142.400 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 

For Sheriff: 

Michael L. Prozzo, Jr.. Claremont, r&d 19,037 

For County Attorney: 

Marc Hathaway, Newport, r&d 18,530 

For Treasurer: 

Mark A. Pitkin, Newport, r 10,028 

Cynthia Sweeney, Charlestown, d 9,625 

Total Vote 19,653 

For Register of Deeds: 

Sharron A. King, Newport, r&d 1 8,6 1 1 

For Register of Probate: 

Diane M. Davis, Newport, r 11 .954 

Levi Sanders, Claremont, d 7,752 

Total Vote 19.706 

For County Commissioner: 
Second District: 

Ben Nelson, Newport, r&d 18,262 

Third District: 

Ethel Jarvis, Unity, d 10,132 

Rudolf Adler, Lempster, r 9,257 

Total Vote 19.389 



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COUNTY SUMMARY 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


1 7.920 


14,080 


218 


14.614 


13.319 


238 


16.463 


24,438 


303 


8.143 


8.585 


141 


20.277 


26,180 


358 


99.724 


94.121 


1,208 


36.060 


39.975 


454 


82,069 


75,437 


988 


25.825 


32.942 


420 


10.142 


1 1 .434 


151 



Totals 



331.237 



340.511 



4,479 



BELKNAP COUNTY 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbomton 
Tilton 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


1.896 


1.139 


19 


1.274 


1.050 


11 


1,882 


1,431 


32 


382 


324 


3 


2.636 


1,924 


26 


1.059 


939 


13 


916 


606 


7 


648 


541 


8 


632 


583 


4 


653 


595 


11 


538 


536 


8 


899 


650 


9 


2,053 


1.519 


27 


654 


558 


16 


902 


818 


13 


896 


867 


11 



Totals 



17.920 



14.080 



218 



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CARROLL COUNTY 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Brookfield 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hale's Location 

Hart's Location 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tamworth 

Tuftonboro 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


172 


220 


4 


842 


1,090 


10 


257 


187 


2 


116 


69 


7 


2,300 


2,752 


52 


116 


153 


3 


376 


338 


7 


512 


419 


18 


79 


28 


2 


16 


14 


1 


272 


439 


12 


634 


720 


7 


1,821 


1,150 


19 


1,184 


880 


25 


420 


584 


6 


736 


778 


9 


956 


647 


11 


1,462 


1.053 


16 


2,343 


1,798 


27 



Totals 



14,614 



13,319 



238 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


430 


642 


5 


915 


1,208 


11 


464 


633 


4 


610 


677 


17 


207 


219 


7 


218 


497 


5 


675 


1.185 


12 


1,459 


1,495 


14 


559 


1,722 


15 


712 


1,772 


22 


807 


1,568 


18 


951 


1,612 


19 


975 


1,704 


12 


396 


777 


8 


184 


261 


3 


147 


278 


6 


267 


340 


2 


1,626 


1,500 


26 


52 


102 


2 


323 


320 


5 


187 


212 


2 


224 


241 


5 


1.520 


1 ,950 


21 


466 


568 


9 


883 


1,296 


20 


432 


586 


5 


774 


1,073 


28 



Totals 



16,463 



24,438 



303 



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COOS COUNTY 



Berlin Ward 1 

Berlin Ward 2 

Berlin Ward 3 

Berlin Ward 4 

Cambridge 

Carroll 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Dalton 

Dixville 

Dummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

Green's Grant 

Jefferson 

Lancaster 

Milan 

Millsfield 

Northumberland 

Pinkham's Grant 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Wentworth's Location 

Whitefield 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


381 


780 


8 


462 


754 


3 


546 


836 





352 


727 


9 


1 


1 





243 


243 


3 


92 


54 


1 


615 


384 


21 


235 


123 


1 


293 


206 


4 


19 


7 





126 


62 


2 


137 


60 


3 


653 


975 


15 


— 


3 


— 


387 


211 


6 


942 


751 


14 


347 


379 


7 


12 


2 


1 


501 


542 


9 


2 


21 





369 


149 


4 


104 


165 


3 


144 


140 


3 


169 


130 


1 


245 


182 


3 


139 


159 


3 


14 


11 


1 


613 


528 


16 



Totals 



8.143 



8,585 



141 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase. Chandler's Purchase, Crawford's 
Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Low & Burbank's Grant. Martin's 
Location, Odell, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



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Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Franconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Landaff 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sugar Hill 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville Valley 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


459 


376 


9 


600 


461 


9 


262 


213 


4 


116 


60 


1 


597 


771 


11 


348 


280 


4 


877 


727 


14 


763 


869 


13 


735 


917 


18 


114 


70 


1 


69 


119 


1 


34 


23 


1 


979 


1,370 


20 


310 


435 


4 


327 


294 


2 


166 


127 


10 


1,444 


5,152 


30 


1,259 


802 


26 


250 


170 


1 


595 


688 


8 


139 


98 


2 


777 


1,443 


11 


754 


1,386 


14 


771 


1,219 


7 


435 


396 


9 


417 


298 


8 


1,659 


1,337 


32 


178 


129 


2 


373 


794 


4 


332 


187 


4 


69 


85 


2 


318 


377 


10 


195 


233 


6 


1,209 


2.300 


24 


550 


404 


7 


160 


236 


3 


623 


478 


9 


307 


189 


2 


81 


111 


1 


290 


186 


5 


336 


370 


9 



Totals 



20,277 



26.180 



358 



GENERAL ELECTION 



375 



PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 





Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 




Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


Amherst 


3,637 


3,469 


36 


Antrim 


689 


715 


11 


Bedford 


6.836 


4,047 


37 


Bennington 


371 


369 


8 


Brookline 


1.429 


1,157 


19 


Deering 


487 


487 


5 


Francestown 


532 


510 


5 


Goffstown 


5,008 


3,734 


55 


Greenfield 


404 


420 


9 


Greenville 


451 


471 


15 


Hancock 


481 


718 


4 


Hillsborough 


1,390 


1,292 


25 


Hollis 


2,425 


2,398 


26 


Hudson 


6.172 


5,390 


83 


Litchfield 


2.386 


1.747 


16 


Lyndeborough 


481 


488 


11 


Manchester Ward 1 


2,739 


2,776 


39 


Manchester Ward 2 


2,209 


2.334 


18 


Manchester Ward 3 


1.079 


1.744 


14 


Manchester Ward 4 


1.591 


1.791 


18 


Manchester Ward 5 


1,217 


1,581 


17 


Manchester Ward 6 


2,263 


1,954 


21 


Manchester Ward 7 


1,795 


1,788 


30 


Manchester Ward 8 


2,613 


1,983 


22 


Manchester Ward 9 


2,022 


1,912 


21 


Manchester Ward 10 


2,056 


1,921 


18 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


1.509 


1,471 


16 


Manchester Ward 1 2 


2.193 


1.861 


19 


Mason 


408 


420 


7 


Merrimack 


7,927 


6,682 


101 


Milford 


3.757 


3,516 


60 


Mont Vernon 


692 


653 


9 


Nashua Ward 1 


2,594 


2,825 


37 


Nashua Ward 2 


2,198 


2,333 


39 


Nashua Ward 3 


1,922 


2,594 


34 


Nashua Ward 4 


1.081 


1,904 


27 


Nashua Ward 5 


2,443 


2,603 


35 


Nashua Ward 6 


1.773 


2,347 


22 


Nashua Ward 7 


1,712 


2,012 


32 


Nashua Ward 8 


1,903 


2,366 


25 


Nashua Ward 9 


2,390 


2,603 


25 


New Boston 


1,606 


1,195 


16 


New Ipswich 


1,581 


807 


17 


Pelham 


3,725 


2.755 


35 


Peterborough 


1.439 


2,310 


11 


Sharon 


90 


148 


— 


Temple 


365 


453 


10 


Weare 


2.549 


1,795 


34 


Wilton 


1,032 


1,209 


14 


Windsor 


72 


63 


— 



Totals 



99,724 



94.121 



1.208 



376 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


1,089 


1,087 


18 


642 


721 


7 


828 


840 


8 


2,403 


2,276 


22 


445 


532 


6 


631 


896 


5 


741 


665 


8 


1.069 


1,303 


12 


790 


1,048 


12 


593 


966 


7 


733 


1,492 


13 


748 


1,443 


10 


588 


1,125 


15 


838 


1,511 


14 


861 


1,100 


9 


692 


999 


15 


1.298 


1,688 


15 


357 


278 


7 


827 


673 


8 


1.308 


1,024 


12 


649 


679 


12 


495 


559 


7 


669 


682 


6 


1,047 


1,397 


22 


295 


249 


6 


3.784 


2,656 


23 


1,527 


2,245 


19 


1,521 


1.203 


16 


630 


632 


7 


1,478 


1,442 


16 


1,170 


1,101 


13 


1,824 


1,752 


25 


1,043 


863 


17 


396 


353 


6 


510 


634 


10 


742 


903 


12 


521 


502 


5 


278 


456 


9 



Totals 



36,060 



39,975 



454 



GENERAL ELECTION 



377 



PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 


Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


2.457 


1.836 


23 


1 .832 


1.105 


16 


1.114 


913 


18 


1.502 


977 


16 


1.614 


940 


18 


1.261 


929 


21 


1.359 


1.030 


22 


8.038 


6.760 


79 


686 


497 


9 


1.555 


1.551 


25 


3,544 


4,659 


39 


1,154 


863 


16 


985 


1.087 


11 


2.856 


2,046 


35 


4.645 


4,729 


61 


853 


513 


10 


662 


573 


8 


1,806 


1.430 


23 


6.888 


5,222 


67 


403 


383 


2 


489 


474 


3 


303 


250 


4 


1 .830 


2,939 


44 


1.160 


1.103 


30 


1,537 


1.367 


9 


1.107 


1,058 


16 


1,272 


1,085 


17 


2,331 


1,804 


14 


673 


1.419 


19 


726 


2,177 


20 


590 


932 


10 


1,323 


1.928 


13 


873 


1.980 


15 


2.630 


2,127 


34 


1.796 


1,900 


29 


7,797 


6.472 


91 


1.655 


1.158 


16 


2.223 


2,023 


28 


268 


276 


7 


2,068 


2.093 


14 


4,204 


2,829 


36 



Totals 



82.069 



75.437 



988 



378 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES 



STRAFFORD COUNTY 





Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 




Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


Barrington 


2,086 


2,216 


32 


Dover Ward 1 


739 


1,613 


17 


Dover Ward 2 


802 


1 ,563 


17 


Dover Ward 3 


1.419 


1,605 


16 


Dover Ward 4 


1,142 


1,620 


19 


Dover Ward 5 


919 


1,449 


9 


Dover Ward 6 


1,185 


1,375 


17 


Durham 


1,772 


4,272 


51 


Farmington 


1,452 


1 .379 


19 


Lee 


930 


1.481 


19 


Madbury 


435 


590 


9 


Middleton 


399 


380 


10 


Milton 


1,036 


1,021 


16 


New Durham 


729 


657 


13 


Rochester Ward 1 


1,308 


1,215 


18 


Rochester Ward 2 


1,139 


1,069 


11 


Rochester Ward 3 


1,204 


1,102 


15 


Rochester Ward 4 


1,049 


1.182 


17 


Rochester Ward 5 


1,070 


1,123 


12 


Rochester Ward 6 


888 


981 


23 


Rollinsford 


646 


827 


7 


Somersworth Ward 1 


581 


724 


15 


Somersworth Ward 2 


438 


560 


6 


Somersworth Ward 3 


472 


586 


2 


Somersworth Ward 4 


517 


727 


9 


Somersworth Ward 5 


347 


504 


5 


Strafford 


1,121 


1,121 


16 



Totals 



25,825 



32,942 



420 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 





Bush and 


Kerry and 


Nader and 




Cheney, r 


Edwards, d 


Camejo, i 


Acworth 


221 


297 


3 


Charlestown 


1,007 


1,295 


12 


Claremont Ward 1 


716 


1,025 


14 


Claremont Ward 2 


983 


1.241 


20 


Claremont Ward 3 


876 


987 


16 


Cornish 


431 


608 


3 


Croydon 


248 


157 


2 


Goshen 


225 


192 


6 


Grantham 


780 


993 


10 


Langdon 


153 


195 


2 


Lempster 


284 


226 


5 


Newport 


1.458 


1,425 


20 


Plainfield 


508 


893 


5 


Springfield 


411 


324 


7 


Sunapee 


1,108 


972 


13 


Unity 


404 


335 


6 


Washington 


329 


269 


7 



Totals 



10,142 



1 1 ,434 



151 



GENERAL ELECTION 



379 



GOVERNOR 



COUNTY SUMMARY 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 



Benson, r 


Lynch, d 


17.598 


14,304 


15.797 


12,003 


16.225 


24,085 


7.790 


8,884 


20,842 


25,043 


100,867 


91,344 


30,443 


45,403 


80,174 


75,885 


26,261 


31.912 


9.984 


11,436 



Totals 



325.981 



340.299 



BELKNAP COUNTY 



Alton 
Bamstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 



Benson, r 


Lynch, d 


1,944 


1,095 


1,126 


1.190 


1.797 


1,499 


412 


291 


2.637 


1.900 


1.026 


964 


872 


630 


620 


559 


592 


609 


652 


607 


564 


512 


874 


677 


2,069 


1.475 


679 


533 


882 


848 


852 


915 



Totals 



17,598 



14,304 



380 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR 



CARROLL COUNTY 



Benson, r 



Lynch, d 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Brooklield 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hale's Location 

Hart's Location 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tamworth 

Tuftonboro 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 



182 


203 


993 


925 


264 


180 


105 


80 


2,551 


2,432 


107 


163 


412 


302 


505 


440 


86 


21 


20 


11 


311 


400 


719 


614 


1,910 


1,052 


1,273 


789 


469 


537 


773 


733 


1,042 


546 


1,550 


962 


2,525 


1,613 



Totals 



15,797 



12,003 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 



Benson, r 



Lynch, d 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 



445 


612 


908 


1.183 


445 


641 


597 


700 


193 


234 


221 


488 


746 


1.079 


1,386 


1,525 


614 


1,564 


738 


1,717 


810 


1,519 


866 


1,659 


870 


1,758 


397 


757 


151 


296 


143 


279 


300 


332 


1,603 


1,417 


50 


95 


322 


323 


177 


215 


209 


251 


1,501 


1,936 


447 


584 


968 


1,197 


345 


652 


773 


1,072 



Totals 



16,225 



24.085 



GENERAL ELECTION 



381 



GOVERNOR 



COOS COUNTY 



Benson, r 



Lynch, d 



Berlin Ward 1 

Berlin Ward 2 

Berlin Ward 3 

Berlin Ward 4 

Carroll 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Dalton 

Dixville 

Dummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

Green's Grant 

Jefferson 

Lancaster 

Milan 

Millsfield 

Northumberland 

Pinkham's Grant 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Wentworth's Location 

Whitefield 



361 


796 


454 


758 


505 


880 


378 


700 


238 


206 


92 


53 


552 


463 


211 


139 


289 


210 


12 


14 


104 


84 


116 


77 


616 


1.014 


— 


3 


366 


239 


901 


792 


310 


421 


14 


1 


543 


500 


1 


17 


343 


171 


92 


174 


111 


169 


152 


141 


254 


170 


141 


159 


16 


10 


618 


523 



Totals 



7,790 



8,884 



No votes cast in Coos County: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant. Bean's Purchase. 
Cambridge. Chandler's Purchase, Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, 
Hadley's Purchase. Kilkenny, Low & Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location, Odell, Sargent's Purchase, 
Second College Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



382 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR 



GRAFTON COUNTY 



Benson, r 



Lynch, d 



Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Franconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Landaff 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sugar Hill 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville Valley 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 



467 


372 


607 


451 


268 


204 


112 


64 


601 


771 


370 


260 


896 


700 


820 


801 


764 


904 


107 


77 


73 


115 


30 


20 


1,051 


1,287 


309 


435 


321 


289 


189 


112 


1,557 


4,641 


1,198 


868 


247 


167 


611 


664 


118 


117 


811 


1,384 


811 


1 .304 


825 


1.142 


483 


345 


409 


315 


1,602 


1,390 


183 


124 


353 


802 


314 


204 


64 


93 


322 


370 


200 


224 


1,339 


2,129 


557 


398 


167 


225 


672 


413 


256 


244 


92 


94 


279 


202 


387 


322 



Totals 



20,842 



25,043 



GENERAL ELECTION 



383 



GOVERNOR 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester Ward 1 

Manchester Ward 2 

Manchester Ward 3 

Manchester Ward 4 

Manchester Ward 5 

Manchester Ward 6 

Manchester Ward 7 

Manchester Ward 8 

Manchester Ward 9 

Manchester Ward 10 

Manchester Ward 11 

Manchester Ward 1 2 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vernon 

Nashua Ward 1 

Nashua Ward 2 

Nashua Ward 3 

Nashua Ward 4 

Nashua Ward 5 

Nashua Ward 6 

Nashua Ward 7 

Nashua Ward 8 

Nashua Ward 9 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 



Benson, r 


Lynch, d 


3,736 


3.336 


654 


757 


6,763 


4,039 


386 


353 


1,451 


1.129 


513 


466 


512 


520 


4,912 


3,779 


408 


422 


415 


504 


443 


745 


1,328 


1.353 


2,532 


2,240 


6,412 


5,054 


2,428 


1,671 


525 


453 


2,625 


2,838 


2,205 


2.285 


1,213 


1,589 


1,667 


1,689 


1,360 


1,424 


2,259 


1.939 


1,853 


1.715 


2,598 


1.959 


2,009 


1.910 


2,057 


1,888 


1,552 


1,399 


2.125 


1,886 


409 


415 


7,873 


6,610 


3,877 


3.361 


701 


645 


2,604 


2,727 


2,367 


2,138 


2.012 


2,457 


1,238 


1,719 


2,530 


2,467 


1.832 


2,244 


1 .743 


1,943 


1,997 


2,188 


2,478 


2,420 


1,605 


1.184 


1.566 


809 


3,652 


2.679 


1.315 


2,382 


81 


151 


378 


430 


2,491 


1,847 


1.109 


1,125 


68 


61 



Totals 



100,867 



91,344 



384 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 



Benson, r 



I MK'll. d 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



997 


1.185 


605 


746 


641 


1,017 


1,917 


2,748 


418 


557 


524 


984 


596 


802 


788 


1,581 


581 


1,257 


429 


1,122 


566 


1,645 


565 


1,624 


456 


1,255 


547 


1,799 


585 


1,350 


554 


1,128 


981 


1,998 


324 


306 


752 


745 


1,094 


1,246 


591 


738 


449 


606 


609 


742 


911 


1 ,53 1 


297 


246 


3,626 


2.774 


1,091 


2,688 


1,238 


1,476 


633 


626 


1,327 


1.535 


1,062 


1,189 


1,509 


2,047 


942 


963 


330 


424 


490 


658 


667 


1,001 


421 


600 


330 


464 



Totals 



30,443 



45,403 



GENERAL ELECTION 



385 



GOVERNOR 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



Benson, r 


Lynch, d 


2,535 


1.713 


1,788 


1.134 


1.075 


934 


1.475 


998 


1.611 


926 


1.275 


910 


1.293 


1.078 


7.903 


6,774 


656 


513 


1,576 


1,516 


3.396 


4.714 


1.161 


848 


888 


1.172 


2,844 


2.003 


4,279 


5,021 


781 


566 


633 


630 


1,774 


1,439 


6,911 


5.119 


336 


447 


468 


494 


252 


289 


1,830 


2,890 


1,147 


1,106 


1,361 


1,502 


1,066 


1,091 


1.186 


1,160 


2,326 


1,729 


666 


1,406 


721 


2,169 


537 


966 


1,205 


1,995 


792 


2,018 


2,635 


2,087 


1.717 


1.970 


7,905 


6,177 


1.635 


1.154 


2,137 


2,059 


258 


279 


1,917 


2,188 


4,223 


2,701 



Totals 



80.174 



75,885 



386 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



GOVERNOR 

STRAFFORD COUNTY 



Barrington 
Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Farmington 
Lee 

Madbury 
Middleton 
Milton 

New Durham 
Rochester Ward 1 
Rochester Ward 2 
Rochester Ward 3 
Rochester Ward 4 
Rochester Ward 5 
Rochester Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Somersworth Ward 1 
Somersworth Ward 2 
Somersworth Ward 3 
Somersworth Ward 4 
Somersworth Ward 5 
Strafford 



son, r 


Lynch, d 


2,018 


2,262 


816 


1.493 


814 


1 .504 


1,409 


1.557 


1,140 


1,607 


930 


1,394 


1,223 


1.371 


1,735 


3,999 


1,562 


1,269 


860 


1.527 


425 


593 


428 


355 


1,089 


963 


790 


591 


1,349 


1.175 


1,136 


1,062 


1,191 


1,120 


1,137 


1,095 


1,149 


1,034 


882 


983 


689 


782 


587 


705 


450 


552 


454 


599 


541 


699 


364 


482 


1,093 


1.139 



Totals 



26,261 



31,912 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 



Benson, r 



Lynch, d 



Acworth 

Charlestown 

Claremont Ward 1 

Claremont Ward 2 

Claremont Ward 3 

Comish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham 

Langdon 

Lempster 

Newport 

Plainfield 

Springfield 

Sunapee 

Unity 

Washington 



206 


311 


1,015 


1,285 


698 


1,035 


918 


1,288 


860 


997 


431 


599 


241 


163 


223 


194 


827 


935 


157 


188 


254 


237 


1,443 


1.438 


525 


871 


373 


317 


1,088 


968 


386 


345 


339 


265 



Totals 



9.984 



,436 



GENERAL ELECTION 



387 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 
COUNTY SUMMARY 



Belknap 

Carroll 

Cheshire 

Coos 

Grafton 

Hillsborough 

Merrimack 

Rockingham 

Strafford 

Sullivan 

Totals 



Gregg, r 


Haddock, d 


22,949 


8.643 


18,663 


8,868 


21.901 


18.116 


11.819 


4,684 


27,323 


17,990 


128,739 


60,409 


49.804 


25,117 


104,087 


48,739 


36,321 


21,037 


13.241 


7,946 



434,847 



221.549 



BELKNAP COUNTY 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbomton 
Tilton 



Gregg, r 


Haddock, d 


2,303 


701 


1.536 


743 


2,403 


862 


511 


183 


3,397 


1,078 


1 ,394 


582 


1.185 


386 


807 


363 


860 


316 


870 


376 


731 


332 


1.151 


387 


2,615 


869 


838 


367 


1.168 


526 


1.180 


572 



Totals 



22,949 



8,643 



388 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 

CARROLL COUNTY 



Albany 

Bartlett 

Brookneld 

Chatham 

Conway 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Freedom 

Hale's Location 

Hart's Location 

Jackson 

Madison 

Moultonborough 

Ossipee 

Sandwich 

Tamworth 

Tuftonboro 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 

Totals 



Gregg, r 


Haddock, d 


193 


172 


1,190 


692 


311 


127 


127 


56 


2.999 


1,962 


146 


123 


460 


244 


638 


314 


90 


19 


18 


12 


400 


310 


806 


525 


2,285 


651 


1 .457 


572 


542 


463 


927 


559 


1.209 


378 


1,832 


642 


3,033 


1,047 



18.663 



,868 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 



£g>r 


Haddock, d 


563 


491 


1,209 


879 


545 


539 


727 


552 


252 


172 


306 


410 


972 


791 


1,804 


1,106 


859 


1,279 


1,036 


1,388 


1,201 


1,133 


1,364 


1,133 


1,453 


1,167 


569 


581 


239 


207 


194 


228 


344 


258 


1.817 


1,212 


74 


79 


392 


246 


221 


164 


295 


156 


2,068 


1,350 


605 


417 


1,228 


918 


555 


441 


1,009 


819 



Totals 



21,901 



18.116 



GENERAL ELECTION 



389 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 

COOS COUNTY 



Berlin Ward 1 

Berlin Ward 2 

Berlin Ward 3 

Berlin Ward 4 

Cambridge 

Carroll 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Dalton 

Dixville 

Dummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

Green's Grant 

Jefferson 

Lancaster 

Milan 

Millsfield 

Northumberland 

Pinkham's Grant 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Wentworth's Location 

Whiteheld 



sgg< r 


Haddock, d 


779 


373 


850 


353 


988 


383 


732 


334 


1 


1 


299 


135 


117 


27 


787 


223 


287 


55 


348 


141 


21 


5 


142 


44 


154 


34 


1,103 


511 


2 





452 


136 


1,220 


450 


515 


213 


15 





729 


306 


3 


16 


410 


95 


156 


111 


205 


75 


206 


85 


313 


106 


191 


106 


19 


7 


775 


359 



Totals 



11.819 



4,684 



No votes cast Coos County: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase. 
Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant. Erving's Location, Hadley's Purchase. Kilkenny. Low & Burbank's Grant. 
Martin's Location. Odell, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success. Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



390 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 

GRAFTON COUNTY 



Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Franconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holdemess 

Landaff 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sugar Hill 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville Valley 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 



JggiT 


Haddock, d 


588 


241 


744 


296 


332 


135 


124 


50 


828 


537 


451 


168 


1.128 


445 


1,042 


503 


993 


662 


126 


55 


101 


83 


38 


19 


1,360 


937 


436 


288 


379 


227 


208 


92 


2,284 


3,920 


1,493 


532 


320 


95 


810 


440 


168 


58 


1,130 


1,038 


1,061 


1.013 


1,099 


863 


609 


217 


522 


195 


2,204 


776 


215 


83 


511 


626 


401 


117 


84 


65 


392 


295 


276 


149 


1,814 


1,531 


671 


283 


219 


169 


858 


222 


357 


141 


126 


65 


341 


136 


480 


223 



Totals 



27.323 



17,990 



GENERAL ELECTION 



391 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester Ward 1 

Manchester Ward 2 

Manchester Ward 3 

Manchester Ward 4 

Manchester Ward 5 

Manchester Ward 6 

Manchester Ward 7 

Manchester Ward 8 

Manchester Ward 9 

Manchester Ward 10 

Manchester Ward 1 1 

Manchester Ward 12 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vemon 

Nashua Ward 1 

Nashua Ward 2 

Nashua Ward 3 

Nashua Ward 4 

Nashua Ward 5 

Nashua Ward 6 

Nashua Ward 7 

Nashua Ward 8 

Nashua Ward 9 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

Pelham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

Weare 

Wilton 

Windsor 



regg, r 


Haddock, d 


4.773 


2,158 


824 


575 


8,311 


2,350 


462 


276 


1,791 


740 


618 


353 


619 


416 


6,406 


2,163 


494 


342 


512 


403 


619 


581 


1,775 


865 


3,301 


1,374 


7,740 


3,498 


2,969 


1,041 


614 


343 


3,770 


1,604 


3,050 


1,395 


1.581 


1,186 


2,141 


1,167 


1,696 


1,018 


2,993 


1.118 


2,478 


1,076 


3,429 


1,082 


2.701 


1,175 


2,764 


1,140 


2,038 


861 


2,827 


1,120 


502 


290 


10,057 


4,186 


4,889 


2,247 


886 


443 


3,412 


1,845 


2.962 


1,465 


2,663 


1,714 


1,567 


1,329 


3,201 


1.674 


2,451 


1,555 


2,372 


1,260 


2,502 


1,547 


3.175 


1,605 


1,938 


808 


1,731 


635 


4,213 


1.915 


1,868 


1,846 


114 


119 


453 


350 


3,102 


1,195 


1,306 


917 


79 


44 



Totals 



128.739 



60.409 



392 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 

MERRIMACK COUNTY 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northfield 

Pembroke 

Pittsrield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 



egg. r 


Haddock, d 


1,489 


661 


825 


506 


1,129 


514 


3,285 


1,327 


584 


378 


887 


632 


988 


410 


1,529 


811 


1,124 


681 


911 


615 


1,157 


1,022 


1,240 


898 


921 


743 


1,410 


895 


1,236 


693 


991 


668 


1,951 


995 


416 


211 


1,080 


403 


1,641 


673 


863 


449 


669 


370 


893 


435 


1,464 


945 


370 


170 


4,789 


1,533 


2,362 


1,362 


1,979 


716 


878 


367 


1,955 


883 


1,572 


665 


2,475 


1,038 


1,334 


545 


507 


224 


683 


446 


1,019 


625 


707 


310 


491 


298 



Totals 



49,804 



25,117 



GENERAL ELECTION 



393 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerrleld 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



Gregg, r 


Haddock, d 


3.012 


1.144 


2,253 


620 


1.372 


621 


1,847 


585 


1,885 


619 


1 .483 


643 


1,638 


699 


9,675 


4,661 


805 


357 


2.101 


946 


4.870 


3.075 


1.429 


542 


1,457 


575 


3,477 


1.271 


6.086 


3.031 


1.012 


312 


798 


428 


2,182 


946 


8.450 


3,324 


550 


220 


647 


291 


395 


138 


2,697 


1,913 


1,373 


801 


2,040 


779 


1,433 


698 


1,629 


670 


2,763 


1,213 


1.095 


937 


1.318 


1,483 


908 


561 


1.943 


1,182 


1.391 


1,354 


3,272 


1.372 


2,587 


1,074 


9,393 


4,337 


1,941 


796 


2,670 


1,419 


320 


203 


2,891 


1,141 


4,999 


1,758 



Totals 



104.087 



48,739 



394 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



UNITED STATES SENATOR 

STRAFFORD COUNTY 



Barrington 
Dover Ward 1 
Dover Ward 2 
Dover Ward 3 
Dover Ward 4 
Dover Ward 5 
Dover Ward 6 
Durham 
Farmington 
Lee 

Madbury 
Middleton 
Milton 
New Durham 
Rochester Ward 1 
Rochester Ward 2 
Rochester Ward 3 
Rochester Ward 4 
Rochester Ward 5 
Rochester Ward 6 
Rollinsford 
Somersworth Ward 1 
Somersworth Ward 2 
Somersworth Ward 3 
Somersworth Ward 4 
Somersworth Ward 5 
Strafford 



Gregg, r 


Haddock, d 


2,800 


1,405 


1,173 


1,124 


1,202 


1,093 


1,941 


1.013 


1,636 


1,057 


1,363 


938 


1,686 


908 


2,783 


2,876 


1,936 


850 


1,395 


968 


609 


400 


535 


224 


1,379 


641 


971 


398 


1.725 


747 


1,565 


603 


1,618 


641 


1,478 


711 


1,512 


630 


1,181 


659 


917 


533 


848 


434 


634 


346 


646 


384 


766 


448 


499 


331 


1.523 


675 



Totals 



36,321 



21.037 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 



Acworth 

Charlestown 

Claremont Ward 1 

Claremont Ward 2 

Claremont Ward 3 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham 

Langdon 

Lempster 

Newport 

Plainfield 

Springfield 

Sunapee 

Unity 

Washington 



Gregg, r 


Haddock, d 


259 


254 


1,362 


922 


1,014 


708 


1,422 


747 


1,174 


647 


563 


450 


285 


117 


271 


137 


1 ,033 


705 


203 


138 


316 


197 


1,905 


939 


699 


672 


466 


219 


1,420 


614 


453 


276 


396 


204 



Totals 



13,241 



7,946 



GENERAL ELECTION 



395 



U.S. HOUSE: FIRST DISTRICT 



Albany 

Alton 

Auburn 

Barrington 

Barnstead 

Bartlett 

Bedford 

Belmont 

Brentwood 

Brookfield 

Candia 

Center Harbor 

Chatham 

Chester 

Conway 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

Dover Ward 1 

Dover Ward 2 

Dover Ward 3 

Dover Ward 4 

Dover Ward 5 

Dover Ward 6 

Durham 

East Kingston 

Eaton 

Effingham 

Epping 

Exeter 

Farmington 

Freedom 

Fremont 

Gilford 

Gilmanton 

Goffstown 

Greenland 

Hale's Location 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Hart's Location 

Hooksett 

Jackson 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Laconia Ward 1 

Laconia Ward 2 

Laconia Ward 3 

Laconia Ward 4 

Laconia Ward 5 

Laconia Ward 6 

Lee 

Londonderry 

Madbury 

Madison 

Manchester Ward 1 

Manchester Ward 2 



Jley, r 


Nadeau, d 


214 


165 


2,301 


675 


2,075 


765 


2,542 


1,648 


1,498 


741 


1.118 


752 


7.884 


2.670 


2,344 


898 


1,305 


664 


325 


115 


1,724 


671 


485 


202 


125 


56 


1,839 


645 


2,876 


2,017 


1.465 


642 


1,592 


714 


9,147 


5,026 


984 


1,303 


1,009 


1.276 


1,721 


1,206 


1,388 


1,292 


1,164 


1,108 


1,444 


1,051 


2,249 


3,364 


811 


329 


147 


120 


486 


219 


1,932 


1.063 


4,408 


3,449 


1,796 


972 


645 


293 


1,366 


568 


3,184 


1,215 


1,364 


600 


5,834 


2,617 


1,229 


777 


90 


16 


3,280 


1,411 


5,449 


3,605 


967 


364 


20 


9 


4,424 


1,820 


383 


321 


766 


445 


2.117 


979 


1,121 


420 


773 


380 


757 


407 


803 


433 


682 


364 


1,093 


425 


1,176 


1,162 


8,008 


3,630 


530 


467 


806 


513 


3,298 


2,044 


2,670 


1.719 



Bradley, r Nadeau, d 



Manchester Ward 3 

Manchester Ward 4 

Manchester Ward 5 

Manchester Ward 6 

Manchester Ward 7 

Manchester Ward 8 

Manchester Ward 9 

Manchester Ward 10 

Manchester Ward 11 

Manchester Ward 1 2 

Meredith 

Merrimack 

Middleton 

Milton 

Moultonborough 

New Castle 

New Durham 

New Hampton 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Ossipee 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Rochester Ward 1 

Rochester Ward 2 

Rochester Ward 3 

Rochester Ward 4 

Rochester Ward 5 

Rochester Ward 6 

Rollinsford 

Sandown 

Sandwich 

Seabrook 

Somersworth Ward 1 

Somersworth Ward 2 

Somersworth Ward 3 

Somersworth Ward 4 

Somersworth Ward 5 

South Hampton 

Strafford 

Stratham 

Tamworth 

Tuftonboro 

Wakefield 

Wolfeboro 

Totals 



1,367 

1,864 

1,461 

2,625 

2,154 

3,033 

2,324 

2,385 

1.752 

2,475 

2,424 

9,307 

511 

1,299 

2,184 

498 

960 

803 

583 

362 

2,339 

1,326 

1,806 

1,329 

1,509 

1,472 

2,629 

876 

986 

717 

1,562 

1,107 

3,111 

2,136 

1,555 

1,461 

1,482 

1,322 

1,365 

1,077 

813 

1,855 

533 

2,522 

737 

550 

554 

663 

457 

299 

1,384 

2,583 

917 

1,231 

1,783 

3,184 

204,836 



1,366 

1,376 

1,218 

1,450 

1,348 

1.429 

1,523 

1.460 

1.100 

1,424 

1,026 

4,680 

250 

705 

706 

270 

407 

390 

346 

176 

2,224 

833 

1,007 

763 

775 

544 

1,279 

1,149 

1,818 

745 

1.562 

1,621 

1,470 

1,495 

882 

701 

760 

845 

765 

743 

623 

838 

458 

1.513 

537 

417 

477 

548 

371 

218 

788 

1,437 

561 

364 

686 

937 

118,226 



396 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Bass, r 



Hodes, d 



Kalin. 1 



Acworth 

Alexandria 

Allenstown 

Alstead 

Amherst 

Andover 

Antrim 

Ashland 

Atkinson 

Bath 

Bennington 

Benton 

Berlin Ward 1 

Berlin Ward 2 

Berlin Ward 3 

Berlin Ward 4 

Bethlehem 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Campton 

Canaan 

Canterbury 

Carroll 

Charlestown 

Chesterfield 

Chichester 

Claremont Ward 1 

Claremont Ward 2 

Claremont Ward 3 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Cornish 

Croydon 

Dalton 

Danbury 

Deering 

Dixville 

Dorchester 

Dublin 

Dummer 

Dunbarton 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 



263 


219 


27 


554 


225 


34 


1,295 


766 


72 


544 


454 


41 


4,324 


2,319 


255 


727 


555 


34 


804 


523 


55 


677 


301 


43 


2,692 


1,236 


148 


307 


137 


19 


443 


254 


25 


126 


33 


10 


628 


477 


30 


701 


451 


37 


820 


516 


26 


566 


462 


23 


759 


548 


46 


965 


611 


42 


2,765 


1,738 


110 


541 


393 


29 


418 


186 


15 


1,036 


472 


57 


1,668 


735 


107 


1 


1 





993 


559 


53 


902 


670 


67 


767 


703 


42 


255 


157 


21 


1,276 


897 


79 


1,149 


871 


49 


847 


484 


54 


929 


691 


53 


1,231 


874 


65 


1.079 


667 


61 


116 


26 


3 


764 


204 


30 


282 


55 


6 


1,266 


987 


61 


957 


794 


51 


725 


776 


22 


880 


1,229 


78 


910 


1,889 


52 


739 


869 


53 


1,009 


1,268 


42 


998 


864 


63 


831 


785 


45 


1,562 


1,336 


51 


543 


451 


24 


268 


108 


15 


343 


135 


14 


388 


239 


28 


594 


325 


41 


22 


3 


1 


119 


57 


5 


593 


445 


37 


136 


43 


7 


937 


499 


33 


93 


86 


6 


44 


11 


4 


1,278 


930 


73 



GENERAL ELECTION 



397 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Epsom 

Enrol 

Fitzwilliam 

Francestown 

Franconia 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Gilsum 

Gorham 

Goshen 

Grafton 

Grantham 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Green's Grant 

Groton 

Hancock 

Hanover 

Harrisville 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hillsborough 

Hinsdale 

Holderness 

Hollis 

Hopkinton 

Hudson 

Jaffrey 

Jefferson 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Lancaster 

Landaff 

Langdon 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lempster 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Litchfield 

Littleton 

Loudon 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Lyndeborough 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Mason 

Milan 

Milford 

Millsfield 

Monroe 

Mont Vernon 



ass, r 


Hodes, d 


Kahn, 1 


1,459 


772 


55 


148 


31 


7 


713 


498 


54 


594 


395 


32 


414 


284 


20 


821 


443 


38 


611 


388 


31 


786 


488 


35 


244 


164 


18 


953 


614 


34 


253 


138 


18 


377 


201 


23 


940 


762 


37 


471 


311 


39 


498 


355 


51 


1 


2 





188 


92 


15 


642 


516 


34 


1,887 


4,045 


263 


322 


366 


21 


1,418 


509 


81 


291 


115 


8 


1,276 


1.039 


81 


333 


179 


14 


1,629 


906 


88 


892 


803 


75 


785 


425 


37 


2,970 


1.484 


184 


1,977 


1.669 


74 


6,986 


3.691 


450 


1.776 


1.002 


98 


426 


136 


22 


843 


1.127 


129 


1,003 


1.301 


95 


1,088 


1,131 


89 


1,278 


1.142 


77 


1,297 


1.195 


98 


1.141 


480 


52 


161 


63 


3 


215 


111 


13 


1,001 


1.080 


74 


957 


1.042 


72 


978 


897 


74 


303 


165 


13 


557 


227 


30 


502 


184 


20 


2.740 


1,073 


154 


2.061 


817 


81 


1,721 


843 


74 


208 


75 


16 


459 


660 


24 


583 


341 


37 


561 


552 


26 


230 


194 


16 


473 


269 





468 


232 


21 


4,404 


2,380 


252 


15 








394 


105 


20 


807 


454 


52 



398 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Bass, r 



Hodes, d 



Kahn, 1 



Nashua Ward 1 

Nashua Ward 2 

Nashua Ward 3 

Nashua Ward 4 

Nashua Ward 5 

Nashua Ward 6 

Nashua Ward 7 

Nashua Ward 8 

Nashua Ward 9 

Nelson 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

New London 

Newbury 

Newport 

Northfield 

Northumberland 

Orange 

Orford 

Pelham 

Pembroke 

Peterborough 

Piermont 

Pinkham's Grant 

Pittsburg 

Pittsfield 

Plainfield 

Plymouth 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Rumney 

Salem 

Salisbury 

Sanbornton 

Sharon 

Shelburne 

Springfield 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stoddard 

Stratford 

Sugar Hill 

Sullivan 

Sunapee 

Surry 

Sutton 

Swanzey 



2,977 


2,029 


203 


2,615 


1,608 


171 


2,339 


1,838 


196 


1,295 


1,440 


157 


2,816 


1,838 


181 


2,106 


1,743 


130 


2,042 


1,415 


140 


2,181 


1,653 


174 


2.761 


1,818 


162 


200 


208 


7 


1,809 


818 


100 


1,678 


568 


99 


1,756 


1,013 


69 


777 


433 


37 


1,771 


929 


112 


1,382 


726 


85 


658 


333 


35 


81 


64 


6 


374 


288 


21 


3,906 


1.867 


252 


2,165 


1,239 


84 


2,002 


1 .556 


120 


251 


155 


20 





16 


1 


409 


88 


13 


1,204 


581 


57 


641 


692 


36 


1,585 


1,525 


209 


123 


131 


12 


319 


243 


18 


1 ,793 


1.017 


3 


71 


74 


7 


636 


278 


31 


8,507 


4,467 


534 


455 


264 


17 


1,035 


606 


38 


128 


98 


6 


198 


79 


3 


429 


224 


24 


192 


85 


7 


292 


92 


25 


362 


239 


16 


174 


108 


8 


204 


171 


11 


220 


143 


11 


1,329 


642 


53 


277 


159 


20 


628 


457 


42 


1,954 


1,341 


92 



GENERAL ELECTION 



399 



U.S. HOUSE: SECOND DISTRICT 



Bass, r 



Hodes, d 



Kahn, 1 



Temple 

Thornton 

Tilton 

Troy 

Unity 

Walpole 

Warner 

Warren 

Washington 

Waterville Valley 

We are 

Webster 

Wentvvorth 

Went worth's Location 

Westmoreland 

Whitefield 

Wilmot 

Wilton 

Winchester 

Windham 

Windsor 

Woodstock 



476 


304 


19 


778 


246 


48 


1.071 


607 


61 


591 


389 


43 


456 


233 


32 


1.173 


897 


63 


870 


692 


52 


351 


130 


16 


378 


179 


29 


110 


75 


6 


2.849 


1,234 


165 


629 


351 


25 


331 


127 


16 


14 


9 


3 


536 


426 


24 


743 


352 


40 


432 


337 


20 


1,242 


865 


89 


966 


745 


114 


4,591 


1.853 


229 


73 


43 


8 


443 


225 


31 



Totals 



191. U 



125,280 



11,311 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant. Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase, Crawford's 
Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny. Livermore, Low & Burbank's Grant. 
Martin's Location. Odell, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



400 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 1 





Burton, r&d 


Albany 


319 


Alexandria 


724 


Alton 


2,621 


Ashland 


942 


Bartlett 


1,590 


Bath 


453 


Belmont 


3,007 


Benton 


148 


Berlin Ward 1 


1,070 


Berlin Ward 2 


1,122 


Berlin Ward 3 


1,287 


Berlin Ward 4 


994 


Bethlehem 


1,234 


Bridgewater 


536 


Bristol 


1,413 


Cambridge 


2 


Campton 


1,403 


Canaan 


1,469 


Carroll 


387 


Center Harbor 


566 


Charlestown 


2,000 


Chatham 


164 


Claremont Ward 1 


1,442 


Claremont Ward 2 


1,844 


Claremont Ward 3 


1,588 


Clarksville 


141 


Colebrook 


921 


Columbia 


321 


Conway 


4,099 


Cornish 


882 


Croydon 


350 


Dalton 


447 


Dixville 


26 


Dorchester 


169 


Dummer 


176 


Easton 


171 


Eaton 


234 


Effingham 


610 


Ellsworth 


53 


Enfield 


1,994 


Errol 


171 


Franconia 


659 


Freedom 


772 


Gilford 


3,929 


Gorham 


1,546 


Grafton 


517 


Grantham 


1,479 


Green's Grant 


3 


Groton 


268 


Hale's Location 


94 


Hanover 


4,923 


Hart's Location 


28 


Haverhill 


1,932 


Hebron 


369 


Holderness 


1,098 


Jackson 


597 


Jefferson 


505 



Burton, r&d 


Laconia Ward 1 


1 .367 


Laconia Ward 2 


1,049 


Laconia Ward 3 


1,058 


Laconia Ward 4 


1.104 


Laconia Ward 5 


943 


Laconia Ward 6 


1,395 


Lancaster 


1,565 


Landaff 


220 


Lebanon Ward 1 


1,825 


Lebanon Ward 2 


1.770 


Lebanon Ward 3 


1.674 


Lincoln 


760 


Lisbon 


518 


Littleton 


2,836 


Lyman 


287 


Lyme 


936 


Madison 


1,153 


Meredith 


3,156 


Milan 


699 


Millsfield 


15 


Monroe 


500 


Moultonborough 


2,598 


New Hampton 


1,074 


Newport 


2,427 


Northumberland 


995 


Orange 


136 


Orford 


594 


Ossipee 


1,658 


Piermont 


394 


Pinkham's Grant 


12 


Pittsburg 


498 


Plainfield 


1.139 


Plymouth 


2,989 


Randolph 


245 


Rumney 


871 


Sanbomton 


1,469 


Sandwich 


837 


Shelburne 


268 


Springfield 


576 


Stark 


272 


Stewartstown 


380 


Stratford 


280 


Sugar Hill 


352 


Sunapee 


1,695 


Tamworth 


1,174 


Thornton 


972 


Tilton 


1,575 


Tuftonboro 


1,390 


Wakefield 


2.125 


Warren 


457 


Waterville Valley 


159 


Wentworth 


447 


Went worth's Location 


23 


Whitefield 


1,066 


Wolfeboro 


3,520 


Woodstock 


646 



Totals 



117.952 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase, Crawford's 
Purchase. Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Livermore, Low & Burbank's 
Grant. Martin's Location, Odell, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



GENERAL ELECTION 



401 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 2 





Spaulding, r 


Shea, d 


Spaulding, r 


Shea, d 


Ac worth 


245 


227 


Lempster 


261 


182 


Allenstown 


1.026 


999 


Loudon 


1 .557 


958 


Alstead 


405 


540 


Marlborough 


411 


665 


Andover 


683 


571 


Marlow 


189 


219 


Antrim 


696 


632 


Middleton 


368 


335 


Barnstead 


1.199 


908 


Milton 


978 


877 


Bennington 


381 


297 


Nelson 


167 


240 


Boscawen 


860 


669 


New Durham 


738 


530 


Bow 


2,610 


1.710 


New London 


1.648 


984 


Bradford 


536 


387 


Newbury 


732 


453 


Brookfield 


253 


157 


Northfield 


1.198 


868 


Canterbury 


728 


646 


Northwood 


1 .093 


902 


Chesterfield 


944 


1,000 


Pembroke 


1.836 


1.450 


Chichester 


815 


499 


Pittsfield 


1.028 


712 


Concord Ward 1 


1,131 


1.068 


Rochester Ward 1 


1,255 


1,048 


Concord Ward 2 


832 


885 


Rochester Ward 2 


1,200 


837 


Concord Ward 3 


716 


743 


Rochester Ward 3 


1,173 


927 


Concord Ward 4 


870 


1.209 


Rochester Ward 4 


1.064 


991 


Concord Ward 5 


965 


1,046 


Rochester Ward 5 


1.119 


891 


Concord Ward 6 


667 


902 


Rochester Ward 6 


852 


868 


Concord Ward 7 


1,078 


1.100 


Rollinsford 


623 


733 


Concord Ward 8 


965 


854 


Roxbury 


55 


80 


Concord Ward 9 


776 


802 


Salisbury 


407 


277 


Concord Ward 10 


1,524 


1.242 


Somersworth Ward 1 


564 


630 


Danbury 


313 


270 


Somersworth Ward 2 


414 


490 


Deerfield 


1,261 


856 


Somersworth Ward 3 


408 


564 


Deering 


503 


416 


Somersworth Ward 4 


462 


660 


Dublin 


493 


507 


Somersworth Ward 5 


309 


468 


Epsom 


1,318 


849 


Stoddard 


313 


282 


Farmington 


1,401 


1,215 


Strafford 


1.058 


941 


Francestown 


544 


430 


Sullivan 


175 


184 


Franklin Ward 1 


676 


571 


Surry 


233 


194 


Franklin Ward 2 


504 


471 


Sutton 


586 


486 


Franklin Ward 3 


652 


592 


Unity 


400 


283 


Gilmanton 


1,100 


754 


Walpole 


936 


1,073 


Gilsum 


200 


194 


Warner 


842 


703 


Goshen 


231 


153 


Washington 


335 


216 


Greenfield 


417 


363 


Weare 


2.417 


1,549 


Hancock 


544 


581 


Webster 


590 


359 


Harrisville 


310 


356 


Westmoreland 


452 


490 


Henniker 


1,294 


999 


Wilmot 


387 


361 


Hill 


300 


197 


Windsor 


70 


45 


Hillsborough 


1,472 


1,044 








Hopkinton 


2,184 


1,367 


Totals 


67,696 


57,430 


Langdon 


171 


147 









402 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 3 



Atkinson 

Barrington 

Brentwood 

Chester 

Danville 

Dover Ward 1 

Dover Ward 2 

Dover Ward 3 

Dover Ward 4 

Dover Ward 5 

Dover Ward 6 

Durham 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Lee 



Griffin, r&d 




Griffin, r&d 


3.454 


Madbury 


842 


3,526 


New Castle 


648 


1,676 


Newfields 


807 


2,103 


Newington 


446 


1.789 


Newmarket 


3,854 


1,994 


Newton 


1 .756 


1,941 


North Hampton 


2,415 


2,487 


Nottingham 


1 .743 


2,315 


Plaistow 


3,323 


1,949 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


1,636 


2,128 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


2,216 


4.788 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


1,245 


855 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


2,632 


2,579 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


2,215 


6,384 


Rye 


3,146 


1,636 


Salem 


11,638 


1,800 


Sandown 


2,325 


3,785 


Seabrook 


3,337 


7,452 


South Hampton 


408 


1,097 


Stratham 


3,425 


922 


Windham 


5,725 


2,560 






2,000 


Totals 


117,002 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 4 



Wieczorek, r 


Buckley, d 


Auburn 


1.816 


996 


Bedford 


6,926 


3,380 


Candia 


1.463 


913 


Derry 


7,108 


6.510 


Hooksett 


3,833 


2,321 


Hudson 


5,409 


5,228 


Litchfield 


2,210 


1,603 


Londonderry 


6,382 


4,795 


Manchester Ward 1 


3,085 


2.249 


Manchester Ward 2 


2,381 


1,960 


Manchester Ward 3 


1,244 


1,452 


Manchester Ward 4 


1.706 


1,539 



Wieczorek, r 


Buckley, d 


Manchester Ward 5 


1,321 


1 ,360 


Manchester Ward 6 


2.367 


1,698 


Manchester Ward 7 


1,896 


1,567 


Manchester Ward 8 


2,656 


1.768 


Manchester Ward 9 


2,116 


1,684 


Manchester Ward 10 


2,152 


1.675 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


1.576 


1,257 


Manchester Ward 12 


2,257 


1,601 


Pelham 


2,799 


3,042 


Raymond 


2,482 


1,964 



Totals 



65,185 



50.562 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL: DISTRICT 5 





Wheeler, r 


Pignatelli, d 




Wheeler, r 


Pignatelli, d 


Amherst 


3.419 


3.193 


Nashua Ward 2 


2,028 


2,206 


Brookline 


1.348 


1.078 


Nashua Ward 3 


1,725 


2,519 


Dunbarton 


851 


564 


Nashua Ward 4 


1,009 ' 


1,814 


Fitzwilliam 


603 


625 


Nashua Ward 5 


2,140 


2,531 


Goffstown 


4,789 


3,272 


Nashua Ward 6 


1.474 


2,400 


Greenville 


435 


439 


Nashua Ward 7 


1,497 


1,996 


Hinsdale 


693 


1.050 


Nashua Ward 8 


1,587 


2,300 


Hollis 


2,225 


2,276 


Nashua Ward 9 


1,967 


2,666 


Jaffrey 


1,447 


1,333 


New Boston 


1.609 


1,019 


Keene Ward 1 


616 


1.404 


New Ipswich 


1,571 


741 


Keene Ward 2 


685 


1,612 


Peterborough 


1,425 


2,106 


Keene Ward 3 


779 


1.455 


Richmond 


298 


306 


Keene Ward 4 


861 


1,545 


Rindge 


1,615 


1,252 


Keene Ward 5 


874 


1,620 


Sharon 


97 


125 


Lyndeborough 


493 


438 


Swanzey 


1,454 


1,815 


Mason 


430 


333 


Temple 


367 


407 


Merrimack 


7,003 


6,336 


Troy 


458 


522 


Milford 


3,376 


3,571 


Wilton 


1,007 


1.153 


Mont Vernon 


674 


606 


Winchester 


724 


1,024 


Nashua Ward 1 


2,217 


2,778 









Totals 



57.870 



64,430 



GENERAL ELECTION 



403 



STATE SENATE 



DISTRICT 1 



DISTRICT 2 





Gallus, r 


Sorlucco, d 


Albany 


171 


183 


Bartlett 


941 


810 


Berlin Ward 1 


685 


453 


Berlin Ward 2 


773 


434 


Berlin Ward 3 


924 


450 


Berlin Ward 4 


609 


444 


Bethlehem 


607 


718 


Cambridge 


1 


1 


Carroll 


233 


192 


Clarksville 


99 


33 


Colebrook 


655 


290 


Columbia 


254 


75 


Dalton 


311 


169 


Dixville 


19 


7 


Dummer 


139 


50 


Errol 


140 


43 


Franconia 


336 


374 


Gorham 


988 


636 


Green's Grant 


3 





Hale's Location 


81 


15 


Hart's Location 


17 


12 


Jackson 


319 


342 


Jefferson 


409 


164 


Lancaster 


1.033 


786 


Lincoln 


457 


307 


Lisbon 


443 


288 


Littleton 


1.725 


1.183 


Lyman 


174 


118 


Milan 


475 


252 


Millsfkld 


15 





Northumberland 


571 


442 


Pinkham's Grant 


1 


15 


Pittsburg 


373 


122 


Randolph 


136 


118 


Shelburne 


190 


91 


Stark 


173 


110 


Stewartstown 


264 


128 


Stratford 


160 


125 


Sugar Hill 


160 


218 


Waterville Valley 


98 


76 


Wentworth's Location 


21 


5 


Whitefield 


639 


469 



Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Center Harbor 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Groton 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holdemess 

Landaff 

Lyme 

Meredith 

Monroe 

New Hampton 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sanbornton 

Thornton 

Warren 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 

Totals 



Johnson, r 

439 
505 
275 
101 
345 
882 
712 
767 
428 
103 
80 
33 
161 
1,400 
239 
509 
138 
375 
2,281 
337 
665 
72 
309 
204 
1,104 
537 
940 
564 
285 
285 
332 

15,407 



Lovett, d 

343 
510 

180 

59 

252 

617 

841 

784 

258 

71 

97 

24 

131 

552 

159 

747 

77 

722 

1,122 

150 

510 

77 

354 

209 

2,150 

390 

666 

486 

185 

173 

333 

13,229 



Totals 



15,822 



10,748 



District 1: No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase, 
Crawford's Purchase. Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location. Hadley's Purchase, Kilkenny, Livermore. Low & Burbank's 
Grant. Martin's Location, Odeli, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



404 



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STATE SENATE 



DISTRICT 3 



DISTRICT 4 





Kenney, r 


Farnum, d 




Boyce, r 


Arsenault, d 


Brookfield 


283 


140 


Alton 


1,858 


1,066 


Chatham 


111 


65 


Barnstead 


1,096 


1,040 


Conway 


2,447 


2,253 


Belmont 


1,631 


1,477 


Eaton 


120 


141 


Gilford 


2,271 


1,983 


Effingham 


408 


264 


Gilmanton 


1.014 


881 


Farmington 


1,512 


1,097 


Laconia Ward 1 


816 


677 


Freedom 


523 


376 


Laconia Ward 2 


572 


567 


Madison 


618 


686 


Laconia Ward 3 


521 


630 


Middleton 


422 


295 


Laconia Ward 4 


561 


651 


Milton 


1,103 


778 


Laconia Ward 5 


469 


559 


Moultonborough 


1,875 


892 


Laconia Ward 6 


781 


714 


Ossipee 


1,233 


701 


New Durham 


684 


584 


Sandwich 


445 


526 


Strafford 


1,010 


1,010 


Tarn worth 


661 


807 


Tilton 


822 


848 


Tuftonboro 


1,010 


490 








Wakefield 


1.714 


719 


Totals 


14.106 


12,687 


Wolfeboro 


2,559 


1,337 









Totals 



17.044 



11,567 



DISTRICT 5 



DISTRICT 6 





Dean, r 


Burling, d 




Green, r 


DeChane, d 


Andover 


654 


618 


Barrington 


2,274 


1,777 


Cornish 


323 


705 


Madbury 


510 


448 


Croydon 


227 


154 


Nottingham 


1,425 


771 


Danbury 


357 


235 


Rochester Ward 1 


1,481 


911 


Enfield 


1,007 


1,237 


Rochester Ward 2 


1,430 


695 


Franklin Ward 1 


714 


543 


Rochester Ward 3 


1,369 


823 


Franklin Ward 2 


517 


448 


Rochester Ward 4 


1,275 


876 


Franklin Ward 3 


648 


601 


Rochester Ward 5 


1,292 


802 


Grafton 


344 


235 


Rochester Ward 6 


1,050 


757 


Grantham 


767 


947 


Somersworth Ward 1 


711 


510 


Hanover 


1,702 


4,207 


Somersworth Ward 2 


544 


400 


Hill 


316 


186 


Somersworth Ward 3 


521 


471 


Lebanon Ward 1 


835 


1,272 


Somersworth Ward 4 


656 


515 


Lebanon Ward 2 


787 


1,233 


Somersworth Ward 5 


416 


378 


Lebanon Ward 3 


777 


1,134 








Plainfield 


434 


945 


Totals 


14,954 


10,134 


Springfield 


375 


276 








Wilmot 


359 


412 









Totals 



11,143 



15,388 



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405 



STATE SENATE 



DISTRICT 7 



DISTRICT 8 





Flanders, r 


Rodd, d 




Odell, r 


French, d 


Antrim 


694 


683 


Acworth 


246 


216 


Bennington 


402 


309 


Alstead 


469 


524 


Boscawen 


782 


761 


Charlestown 


1,216 


996 


Bradford 


339 


621 


Claremont Ward 1 


1,057 


594 


Canterbury 


595 


837 


Claremont Ward 2 


1,480 


665 


Deering 


514 


416 


Claremont Ward 3 


1.198 


591 


Francestown 


551 


450 


Gilsum 


217 


190 


Hancock 


524 


610 


Goshen 


297 


107 


Harrisville 


215 


453 


Langdon 


194 


142 


Henniker 


1.069 


1.302 


Lempster 


373 


118 


Hillsborough 


1.426 


1.136 


Mario w 


213 


215 


Loudon 


1.478 


1,051 


New London 


1,808 


920 


Nelson 


170 


237 


Newbury 


765 


442 


Northrield 


1.169 


903 


Newport 


1,960 


789 


Salisbury 


357 


340 


Roxbury 


54 


81 


Warner 


684 


904 


Stoddard 


338 


266 


Weare 


2.599 


1,478 


Sullivan 


200 


167 


Webster 


492 


469 


Sunapee 


1.338 


630 


Windsor 


71 


49 


Sutton 


586 


507 








Unity 


503 


216 


Totals 


14.131 


13,009 


Walpole 


1,007 


1,050 








Washington 


410 


165 








Westmoreland 


466 


495 



Totals 



16,395 



10,086 



DISTRICT 9 



DISTRICT 10 





Roberge, r 


Arthur, d 




Eaton, r 


Mitchell, d 


Bedford 


7.309 


3,025 


Chesterfield 


1.016 


1,068 


Greenfield 


425 


354 


Dublin 


545 


496 


Lyndeborough 


529 


381 


Fitzwilliam 


691 


612 


Merrimack 


8,001 


5.501 


Hinsdale 


776 


964 


Mont Vernon 


800 


465 


Keene Ward 1 


861 


1,216 


New Boston 


1.712 


903 


Keene Ward 2 


1.117 


1,295 








Keene Ward 3 


1.173 


1,140 


Totals 


18.776 


10,629 


Keene Ward 4 


1,390 


1 , 1 20 








Keene Ward 5 


1,429 


1,158 








Marlborough 


578 


579 








Richmond 


313 


266 








Surry 


271 


172 








Swanzey 


2,040 


1,376 








Troy 


600 


410 








Winchester 


917 


903 



Totals 



13.717 



12.775 



406 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



STATE SENATE 



DISTRICT 11 



DISTRICT 12 





Bragdon, r 


Fernald, d 




Haytayan, r 


Gottesman, d 


Amherst 


3,804 


2.937 


Brook line 


1.402 


1,072 


Greenville 


392 


491 


Hollis 


2.554 


2,062 


Jaffrey 


1,276 


1,565 


Mason 


411 


345 


Milford 


3.704 


3,274 


Nashua Ward 1 


2,267 


2,819 


New Ipswich 


1,499 


821 


Nashua Ward 2 


2.054 


2,213 


Peterborough 


1,280 


2,370 


Nashua Ward 5 


2,250 


2,417 


Rindge 


1,553 


1,346 


Nashua Ward 9 


2,226 


2,407 


Sharon 


69 


161 








Temple 


359 


431 


Totals 


13.164 


13,335 


Wilton 


1,034 


1.127 









Totals 



14.970 



14.523 



DISTRICT 13 





Foster, d&r 


Nashua Ward 3 


3,587 


Nashua Ward 4 


2,481 


Nashua Ward 6 


3,353 


Nashua Ward 7 


3,025 


Nashua Ward 8 


3,397 



Totals 



15.843 



DISTRICT 14 





Clegg, r 


Knowles, d 


Auburn 


1.787 


944 


Hudson 


6,582 


4,345 


Londonderry 


6.910 


4,284 



Totals 



15.279 



9.573 



DISTRICT 15 



DISTRICT 16 





Newman, r 


Larsen, d 




Gatsas, r 


St. Martin, d 


Concord Ward 1 


821 


1,447 


Bow 


2,483 


1,838 


Concord Ward 2 


594 


1,169 


Candia 


1,431 


921 


Concord Ward 3 


429 


1,062 


Dunbarton 


863 


545 


Concord Ward 4 


606 


1,531 


Hooksett 


3,939 


2,090 


Concord Ward 5 


551 


1.559 


Manchester Ward 1 


3,235 


1,991 


Concord Ward 6 


457 


1,155 


Manchester Ward 2 


2,642 


1,635 


Concord Ward 7 


645 


1.635 


Manchester Ward 12 


2,292 


1,459 


Concord Ward 8 


640 


1.232 








Concord Ward 9 


554 


1,067 


Totals 


16,885 


10,479 


Concord Ward 10 


987 


1,870 








Hopkinton 


1,215 


2,393 








Pembroke 


1,349 


2,022 









Totals 



8.848 



18,142 



GENERAL ELECTION 



407 



STATE SENATE 



DISTRICT 17 



DISTRICT 18 





Barnes, Jr., r 


Corbin, d 




Martel, r 


Gelinas, d 


Allenstown 


1.060 


960 


Litchfield 


2.158 


1.635 


Brentwood 


1,146 


758 


Manchester Ward 5 


1.111 


1,531 


Chester 


1.620 


754 


Manchester Ward 6 


2.091 


1,918 


Chichester 


756 


550 


Manchester Ward 7 


1,506 


1,931 


Danville 


1.229 


787 


Manchester Ward 8 


2.267 


2,084 


Deerfield 


1.394 


831 


Manchester Ward 9 


1,962 


1,830 


Epsom 


1.330 


866 








Fremont 


1.177 


685 


Totals 


1 1 .095 


10,929 


Northwood 


1,177 


851 








Pittsfield 


1.064 


684 








Raymond 


2,895 


1.627 








Sandown 


1.589 


1,063 









Totals 



16.437 



10.416 



DISTRICT 19 



DISTRICT 20 



Letourneau, r 



Reisdorf, d 



Levasseur, r D'Allesandro, d 



Derry 

Hampstead 

Windham 

Totals 



7,937 
2,850 
4,120 

14.907 



6,013 
1,611 
2,263 

9,887 



Goffstown 4,175 

Manchester Ward 3 973 

Manchester Ward 4 1 ,4 1 2 

Manchester Ward 10 1 ,624 

Manchester Ward 1 1 1 ,349 



4.05 1 
1,705 
1,827 
2,185 

1.475 



Totals 



9,533 



11.243 



DISTRICT 21 



DISTRICT 22 





Philbrick, r 


Estabrook, d 




Morse, r 


Garofalo, d 


Dover Ward 1 


959 


1,289 


Atkinson 


2,606 


1.370 


Dover Ward 2 


956 


1,301 


Pelham 


3.575 


2,209 


Dover Ward 3 


1,503 


1.384 


Plaistow 


2,202 


1,486 


Dover Ward 4 


1,282 


1.387 


Salem 


8,207 


5.127 


Dover Ward 5 


1.081 


1,161 








Dover Ward 6 


1,279 


1.162 


TOTALS 


16,590 


10.192 


Durham 


1,916 


3,594 








Epping 


1,672 


1,311 








Lee 


959 


1.368 








Rollinsford 


745 


700 









Totals 



12,352 



14,657 



408 



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STATE SENATE 



DISTRICT 23 



DISTRICT 24 





Prescott, r 


Hassan, d 


] 


Lyons, Jr., r 


Clark, d 


East Kingston 


645 


493 


Greenland 


1,185 


883 


Exeter 


3,211 


4,605 


Hampton 


4,396 


4,632 


Kensington 


639 


566 


Hampton Falls 


816 


491 


Kingston 


1.752 


1,330 


New Castle 


424 


349 


Newfields 


477 


458 


Newington 


312 


212 


Newmarket 


1.870 


2,635 


North Hampton 


1,499 


1,293 


Newton 


1.123 


1.005 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


788 


1,232 


Seabrook 


2,141 


1,844 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


913 


1,898 


South Hampton 


261 


258 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


683 


785 


Stratham 


1,935 


2,007 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


1,483 


1,615 








Portsmouth Ward 5 


1,002 


1,748 


Totals 


14,054 


15,201 


Rye 


1,993 


1,653 



Totals 



15,494 



16,791 



GENERAL ELECTION 



409 



STATE REPRESENTATIVES 

The following list gives the names of the candidates for State Representative and the 
number of votes for each. Asterisks designate the names of the persons elected. 

BELKNAP COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Center Harbor. New Hampton)(l) 

♦Fran Wendelboe. New Hampton, r 1 ,005 

Kent F. Warner, Center Harbor, d 842 

District No. 2 (Sanbomton, Tilton)(2) 

*William B. Tobin. Sanbornton, r 1.574 

*Gail Morrison. Tilton. d 1.495 

Dennis H. Fields. Sanbornton, r 1 ,399 

William W. Joscelyn, Tilton, d 1,285 

District No. 3 (Meredith)(2) 

♦Stephen H. Nedeau, Meredith, r 2,036 

*Bmce D. Heald, Meredith, r 1,91 1 

Sandra J. Mucci, Meredith, d 1 . 1 29 

Samuel Citron. Meredith, d 778 

District No. 4 (Laconia Wards l-6)(5) 

*James Fitzgerald, Laconia. r 4,618 

♦Donald H. Flanders. Laconia, r 4,092 

*Franklin T Tilton, Laconia, r 3,826 

♦Ralph J. Rosen, Laconia. r 3.686 

*John A. Veazey, Laconia. r 3,464 

Judith Reever. Laconia, d 3,372 

Peter R. Brunette, Laconia, d 2,989 

Tim Arsenault, Laconia, d 2,638 

Gerry Morin, Laconia, d 2,503 

Anne Oehlschlaeger. Laconia, d 2,217 

District No. 5 (Alton, Barnstead, Belmont. Gilford)(7) 

*Alida Millham, Gilford, r&d 7,763 

♦Janet F. Allen. Barnstead, r 6,92 1 

*James P. Pilliod, Belmont, r 6,903 

*Laurie J. Boyce, Alton, r 6,645 

♦Charles L. Clark, Gilford, r 6,467 

♦Michael Whalley, Alton, r 6,261 

♦John H. Thomas, Belmont, r 6, 145 

Mary F. Frost, Gilford, d 4,441 

Mike Warmington, Gilford, d 4,428 

Thomas W. Aselton, Belmont, d 4,072 

Donald B. Frost. Gilford, d 4.061 

Greg Provost, Gilford, d 3,690 

Joshua Damaso, Gilford, d 3,489 

District No. 6 (Gilmanton)( 1 ) 

♦David H. Russell, Gilmanton, r 1 ,287 

Marc D. McNamara, Gilmanton, d 60 1 



CARROLL COUNTY 



District No. 1 (Bartlett, Chatham, Conway, Hale's Location, Hart's Location, Jackson)(4) 

♦Carolyn Brown, Conway, r 4,479 

♦Gene G. Chandler, Bartlett. r 4,130 

♦Howard C. Dickinson. Conway, r 3,769 

♦Tom Buco, Conway, d 3,403 

Frank H. McCarthy, Conway, r 3,368 

Carol A. LaPierre, Conway, d 2,767 

Brian Charles. Conway, d 2,399 

Jim Salmon, Conway, d 2,396 



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District No. 2 (Albany. Eaton, Madison)(l) 

*Don Philbrick, Eaton, r 1,032 

Robert Bridgham, Eaton, d 887 

District No. 3 (Freedom, Ossipee, Sandwich, Tamworth)(3) 

*Harry C. Merrow, Ossipee, r 2,859 

♦David L. Babson, Jr., Ossipee, r 2,779 

*Mark E. McConkey, Ossipee, r 2,691 

Christine Kurtz- White, Tamworth, d 2,154 

Joseph Chromy. Ossipee, d 1 ,92 1 

Leo O. Goldman, Sandwich, d 1 ,697 

District No. 4 (Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, Wolfeboro)(4) 

*J. David Knox, Wolfeboro. r 5,102 

*Betsey Patten, Moultonborough, r 5,033 

♦Stanley E. Stevens, Wolfeboro, r 4,854 

*Chris Ahlgren, Wolfeboro, r 4,742 

Louise B. Graham, Wolfeboro, d 2,761 

Edwina Palm, Wolfeboro, d 2,397 

Rose LeBlanc, Wolfeboro, d 2,341 

Terry L. Pierson, Wolfeboro, d 2,229 

District No. 5 (Brookfield, Effingham, Wakefield)(2) 

♦Jim Martin, Brookfield, r 1,803 

*J. Lisbeth Olimpio, Wakefield, r 1 ,733 

Martha A. Pike, Brookfield, d 1,455 

Curt Carr, Wakefield, d 1 ,098 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Gilsum, Surry, Westmoreland)(l) 

♦Bill Chase, Westmoreland, d 982 

John J. Laurent, Westmoreland, r 868 

District No. 2 (Alstead, Marlow, Nelson, Roxbury, Stoddard, Sullivan, Walpole)(3) 

*John M. Pratt, Walpole, d 2,700 

*Daniel Adams Eaton, Stoddard, d 2,609 

*Sheldon S. Sawyer, Walpole, r 2,293 

Alfrieda J. Englund, Alstead, d 2,255 

Susan R. Abert, Stoddard, r 2,077 

Joseph Norman Feuer, Marlow, r 1 ,769 

District No. 3 (Keene Wards l-5)(7) 

*Chuck Weed, Keene, d 7,065 

*Tim Dunn, Keene, d 6,949 

*Timothy N. Robertson, Keene, d 6,544 

*Peter S. Espiefs, Keene, d 6,54 1 

*Suzanne Butcher, Keene, d 6,354 

♦Stephanie Sinclair, Keene, d 5,999 

*Kris Edward Roberts, Keene, d 5,890 

Dean J. Eaton, Keene, r 4,922 

Douglas K. Fish, Keene, r 4,397 

Roger U. Day, Keene, r 3,477 

George M. Gline, Keene, r 3,450 

Robert C. Adam, Keene, r 3,372 

Michael A. Jacques, Keene, r 2,925 

District No. 4 (Chesterfield, Hinsdale, Winchester)(4) 

♦Stanley S. Plifka, Jr., Winchester, d 2,974 

♦Henry A.L. Parkhurst, Winchester, d 2,832 

♦William Butynski, Hinsdale, d 2,822 

♦Deb Hogancamp, Chesterfield, r 2,608 

Daniel P. Carr, Winchester, d 2,555 

Edwin O. Smith, Hinsdale, r 2,267 

Don Holmquist, Hinsdale, r 1 ,789 

Sharron H. Smith, Hinsdale, r 1 ,658 

District No. 5 (Fitzwilliam, Richmond)(l) 

♦Barbara Hull Richardson, Richmond, d 1 ,038 

Michael W. Devlin, Fitzwilliam, r 803 



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District No. 6 (Harrisville, Marlborough, Swanzey, Troy)(4) 

♦Peter H. Allen, Harrisville, d 3.21 1 

*Anna Z. Tilton. Marlborough, d 2,986 

*Sheila A. Foote, Swanzey, r 2,880 

*Judson K. Dexter, Swanzey, r 2.639 

Richard H. Thackston III. Troy, r 2.632 

Sharon Manos. Swanzey. d 2.616 

Gilbert Gitchell. Marlborough, d 2,428 

Nicole Schultz. Swanzey, r 2,010 

District No. 7 (Dublin, Jaffrey, Rindge)(4) 

*John B. Hunt. Rindge, r 3,665 

♦Stephen T. Pelkey, Jaffrey. r 3,459 

*Susan Emerson. Rindge, r 3,246 

♦Bonnie Mitchell, Jaffrey, d 2,914 

Gerald W. Parker, Rindge. r 2,784 

Nicholas Thacher. Dublin, d 2,718 

Kathryn Christensen Forry, Jaffrey, d 2,548 

Maureen A. Desmarais. Jaffrey, d 2,33 1 



COOS COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Cambridge, Clarksville, Colebrook, Columbia. Dix's Grant, 

Dixville. Dummer, Errol, Erving's Location, Millsfield, Odell, Pittsburg. Second College Grant. Stewartstown. 

Wentworth's Location )(2) 

♦Erie G. Stohl, Colebrook, r&d 2.347 

♦Frederick W. King, Sr., Colebrook. r&d 2.164 

District No. 2 (Carroll, Dalton, Jefferson, Kilkenny, Lancaster, Northumberland, Randolph, Stark. Stratford. 

Whitefield)(4) 

♦William Remick, Lancaster, r 3,167 

♦Herbert D. Richardson. Lancaster, r 2,97 1 

♦John E. Tholl, Jr., Whitefield. r 2,928 

♦D. Scott Merrick, Lancaster, d 2,8 1 3 

Paula E. Bradley, Randolph, d 2.556 

Dorothy J. Paras Goodwin, Whitefield. r 2.434 

Dana Landers. Northumberland, d 1 .949 

William J. Cowie, Stark, d 1 .879 

District No. 3 (Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase. Crawford's Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Gorham, Green's 

Grant, Hadley's Purchase, Low & Burbank's Grant, Martin's Location. Pinkham's Grant, Sargent's Purchase. Shelbume, 

Thompson & Meserve's Purchase)(l) 

♦Bruce S. Lary, Gorham, r 1 .384 

District No. 4 (Berlin Wards 1-4, Milan, Success)(4) 

♦Robert L. Theberge, Berlin, d 3,781 

♦Edgar Mears. Berlin, d 3.450 

♦Renney E. Morneau, Berlin, r 2,943 

♦Bernie Buzzell, Berlin, d 2.613 

Robert D. Brown. Berlin, r 2.059 



GRAFTON COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Littleton, Lyman)(2) 

♦John L. Ward, Littleton, r 1.808 

♦Stephanie Eaton, Littleton, r 1 ,763 

Sally Sherrard, Littleton, d 1.227 

Doug Grant. Littleton, d 855 

District No. 2 (Bethlehem, Franconia)( 1 ) 

♦Martha Stroup McLeod, Franconia, d 1,274 

Ralph J. Doolan, Bethlehem, r 785 

District No. 3 (Bath, Easton, Landaff. Lincoln. Lisbon. Livermore. Monroe. Sugar Hill, Waterville Valley)(2) 

♦Edmond Gionet, Lincoln, r 1,804 

♦Gregory M. Sorg, Easton, r 1 .730 

Norma Roth Jackman. Lincoln, d 1,256 

Wilfred T Bishop, Lincoln, d 1.155 



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District No. 4 (Thornton, Woodstock )(1) 

*Bonnie Ham, Woodstock, r&d 1,538 

District No. 5 (Benton, Haverhill. Pierniont. Warren)(2) 

♦Robert J. Giuda, Warren, r&d 2,412 

*Paul C. Ingbretson, Haverhill, r 1,982 

District No. 6 (Campton. Ellsworth, Oxford, Rumney, Wentworth)(2) 

*John R.M. Alger, Rumney, r 2,042 

♦Robert Barker, Campton, r 1 ,852 

Ruth Cserr, Orford, d 1 -367 

Gordon Porter Miller. Orford, d 1 ,286 

District No. 7(Hebron, Plymouth)(2) 

*Debra A. Naro, Plymouth, r&d 2,593 

*Mary R. Cooney, Plymouth, d 2,093 

Elizabeth S. Gabler, Hebron, r 1,223 

District No. 8 (Alexandria, Ashland, Bridgewater, Bristol, Groton, Holderness)(3) 

♦Burton W. Williams, Bristol, r&d 3,870 

♦Margie Maybeck, Holderness, r 2,797 

♦Andrew L. Dorsett, Ashland, r 2,784 

Jennifer Mitchell, Holderness, d 2,270 

District No. 9 (Hanover. Lyme)(4) 

♦Sharon L. Nordgren, Hanover, d 5.003 

♦Bernard Benn, Hanover, d 4,943 

♦Ruth Bleyler, Lyme, d 4,931 

♦Hilda Weyl Sokol, Hanover, d 4,804 

Katherine Racicot, Hanover, r 1 ,968 

Jesse Roisin, Hanover, r 1 ,85 1 

Thomas W. Toner, Lyme, r 1 ,736 

District No. 10 (Canaan, Dorchester, Enfield, Grafton, Orange )(3) 

♦Paul Mirski, Enfield, r 2,277 

♦Pete E. Solomon, Canaan, d 2,201 

♦Catherine Mulholland, Grafton, d 2,176 

Curtis E. Payne, Enfield, d 2,137 

Scott Borthwick, Canaan, r 2,02 1 

Charles E. Sova, Orange, r 2,0 1 1 

District No. 11 ( Lebanon Wards l-3)(4) 

♦Susan Almy, Lebanon, d 3,474 

♦Lee Hammond. Lebanon, d 3,336 

♦Anna L. Harding. Lebanon, d 3,326 

♦Gene Andersen, Lebanon, d 3,046 

Daniel A. Nash, Lebanon, r 2,036 

Arthur F. Creighton, Lebanon, r 1 ,950 

Carl Porter, Lebanon, r 1,787 

John A. Guidotti. Lebanon, r 1 -625 

Ralph Akins, Lebanon, i 1 -593 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Antrim, Hancock, Hillsborough, Windsor)(3) 

♦Jim Carew, Hillsborough, r 

♦Larry G. Elliott, Hillsborough, r 2,746 

♦David Essex, Antrim, d 2,341 

Desmond M. Ford. Hancock, r 2.116 

Jayme H. Simoes, Hillsborough, d 1 -774 

Scon E. Welch, Hillsborough, d 1 -743 

District No. 2 (Bennington, Deering, Francestown. Greenfield)(2) 

♦Jarvis M. Adams IV. Greenfield, r ' -772 

♦Claudia A. Chase, Francestown. d 1 ,523 

Dario A. Carrara, Greenfield, r 1,519 

Nell Conkright, Greenfield, d 1,412 

District No. 3 (Greenville, New Ipswich, Peterborough, Sharon)(4) 

♦Anne-Marie Irwin, Peterborough, d 3,858 

♦Mark Carter. Peterborough, r 3.507 

♦Donald Carlson, New Ipswich, r 3,056 

♦Larry Ross, Peterborough, r 3,003 



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John Friede. Peterborough, d 2,963 

Jill Shaffer Hammond. Peterborough, d 2,934 

Terry A. Colls, New Ipswich, r 2.680 

Stephen P. Spratt, Greenville, d 2,469 

District No. 4 (Lyndeborough. Mont Vemon, New Boston, Temple. Wilton)(4) 

*Pamela D. Coughlin, Mont Vernon, r 4.143 

*Linda T. Foster. Mont Vernon, d 3,75 1 

*Bob Mead, Mont Vernon, r 3.625 

♦William L. O'Brien, Mont Vernon, r 3,621 

David Woodbury. New Boston, d 3,356 

John F. Sweeney, Wilton, r 3,314 

Andrew Roeper. Lyndeborough, d 3,112 

Gerry Wroe, Wilton, d 2,639 

District No. 5 (Brookline, Hollis, Mason)(4) 

*Carolyn M. Gargasz, Hollis. r 4,755 

♦Richard B. Drisko, Hollis, r 4,701 

*Donald Ryder, Hollis, r 3,844 

*Betty B. Hall, Brookline, d 3,650 

Michael Molkentine. Brookline, r 3,415 

Claire J. Helfman, Hollis, d 2.396 

John F Dunn, Hollis, d 2,342 

Lin Robinson, Mason, d 2,059 

District No. 6 (Amherst, Milford)(8) 

*Cynthia J. Dokmo, Amherst, r&d 9,468 

*Peter F. Bergin, Amherst, r&d 9,37 1 

*Tim O'Connell, Milford, r&d 9,236 

♦Robert Rowe. Amherst, r&d 7,976 

♦Stephen B. Stepanek, Amherst, r 6,393 

♦Ryan Hansen, Milford, r 6,32 1 

♦Lee G. Slocum, Amherst, r 6,222 

♦James E. Wheeler, Milford. r 5,896 

Peter R. Leishman, Milford, d 5,598 

Jeremy J. Blanchard, Amherst, d 5,170 

Kevin R. Taylor, Milford, d 4,469 

William Siroty, Amherst, d 4.442 

N. Head (write-in) 916 

Paul Spiess (write-in) 894 

District No. 7 (Goffstown, Weare)(8) 

♦Larry Emerton, Goffstown. r&d 7,727 

♦Randolph Holden, Goffstown, r&d 7.526 

♦Neal M. Kurk, Weare, r&d 7.471 

♦Robert Wheeler, Goffstown, r&d 7,295 

♦Pamela V. Manney, Goffstown. r&d 7,235 

♦Stephen Baines, Goffstown, r 6,772 

♦Karen K. McRae, Goffstown. r 6,283 

♦Bruce F. Hunter. Goffstown. r 6,024 

Mary L. Till, Goffstown, d 4,179 

Reta MacGregor, Goffstown, d 4, 1 3 1 

Denise Walderich, Goffstown, d 3,800 

Lisa M. Wilber, Weare, 1 3,622 

District No. 8 (Manchester Ward 1) (3) 

♦Christopher C. Pappas. Manchester, d 2,762 

♦Sandra Reeves, Manchester, r 2.490 

♦Jeff Goley, Manchester, d 2.4 1 1 

William Beaton. Manchester, r 2,213 

M. Alana Demers. Manchester, r 1,939 

Toula K. Barber, Manchester, d 1 .740 

District No. 9 (Manchester Ward 2)(3) 

♦Saghir A. Tahir. Manchester, r 2,215 

♦Jim Craig. Manchester, d 2,057 

♦William Golding, Manchester, r 1.810 

Doris A. Robitaille, Manchester, d 1 .645 

Winfred Hutchinson, Manchester, r 1 ,574 

Michael Bouchard, Manchester, d 1,561 

District No. 10 (Manchester Ward 3)(3) 

♦Peter M. Sullivan, Manchester, d 1,491 

♦William Clayton, Manchester, d 1.440 



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*Fran Egbers, Manchester, d 1 .263 

Jonathan K. Heath, Manchester, r 1,040 

District No. 11 (Manchester Ward 4)(3) 

*Leo P. Pepino, Manchester, r 1,616 

*Caitlin Daniuk, Manchester, d 1 ,547 

*Kathleen Souza, Manchester, r 1 .464 

Anthony F. Simon, Manchester, d 1,190 

Thomas William Martin, Manchester, d 1,158 

Roy Shoults, Sr., Manchester, r 972 

District No. 12 (Manchester Ward 5)(3) 

*Francis Sullivan, Manchester, d&r 1 .544 

*Hector M. Velez. Manchester, d&r 1 .43 1 

♦Eric Palangas, Manchester, d 1 .237 

Norma Greer Champagne, Manchester, r 1,132 

District No. 13 (Manchester Ward 6)(3) 

♦William Infantine, Manchester, r 2,034 

♦Benjamin C. Baroody, Manchester, d 1 .840 

♦Jeffrey S. Aboshar, Manchester, r 1,718 

Suzie Fortier, Manchester, d 1 .634 

Sherri M. Bernstein, Manchester, d 1 .556 

Bernard Luebkert, Manchester, r 1,414 

District No. 14 (Manchester Ward 7)(3) 

*Vivian J. Desmarais, Manchester, r 1 .620 

♦Patrick Garrity. Manchester, d 1 .588 

♦Robert Haley, Manchester, d 1 .567 

Jeffrey Carter, Manchester, r 1 -480 

Michael J. Reuschel, Manchester, d 1,182 

District No. 15 (Manchester Ward 8)(3) 

♦Steve Vaillancourt, Manchester, r 2,405 

♦Betsi L. DeVries, Manchester, d 2,068 

♦Mike Biundo, Manchester, r 2.065 

Normand A. Tanguay, Manchester, d 1 .849 

Walter H. Becht, Manchester, d 1.201 

District No. 16 (Manchester Ward 9)(3) 

♦Maurice L. Pilotte, Manchester, d&r 2,296 

♦Barbara E. Shaw, Manchester, d 2,030 

*J. Gail Barry, Manchester, r 1,835 

Linda R. Macia. Manchester, d 1 .579 

District No. 17 (Manchester Wards 10, 1 1 and 12)(8) 

♦Robert Chabot, Manchester, r 4,903 

♦Carlos Gonzalez, Manchester, r 4.842 

♦Irene M. Messier, Manchester, r 4,798 

♦Raymond R. Hebert, Manchester, r 4,446 

♦Jane Beaulieu, Manchester, d 4,34 1 

♦Keith D. Hirschmann, Manchester, r 4,257 

♦Barbara J. Hagan, Manchester, r 4.093 

♦Paul A. Brassard, Manchester, d 4,041 

Thomas Katsiantonis, Manchester, d 3,905 

Michael Brunelle, Manchester, d 3,893 

Denise Marie Herman. Manchester, r 3,867 

Shannon Lee Bernier, Manchester, d 3.608 

Richard A. Marston, Manchester, r 3,568 

June Panagopoulos, Manchester, d 3.452 

Michael Farley. Manchester, d 3,371 

John H. Early, Manchester, d 3,173 

District No. 18 (Bedford )(6) 

♦Mark S. Clark, Bedford, r 6,042 

♦Michael J. Scanlon, Bedford, r 5.955 

♦John A. Graham, Bedford, r 5,847 

♦Edward P. Moran, Bedford, r 5,815 

♦Ken Hawkins, Bedford, r 5,760 

♦Moe Villeneuve, Bedford, r 5,23 1 

Diane Zito, Bedford, d 3,856 

Kathryn Dean, Bedford, d 3,230 

Karla S. McManus, Bedford, d 2,997 

Karyn A. Russell Merriman, Bedford, d 2.923 

Cynthia Onigman, Bedford, d 2,896 



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Alan Seidman, Bedford, d 2.788 

J. Spaulding. Bedford (write-in) 702 

District No. 19(Merrimack)(8) 

*Peter L. Batula. Merrimack, r 8.003 

*Bob L'Heureux. Merrimack, r 7,949 

*Chris Christensen, Merrimack, r 7.293 

*Robert W. Brundige, Merrimack, r 6,940 

*Nancy Elliott, Merrimack, r 6,57 1 

*Maureen Mooney, Merrimack, r 6,322 

*Peyton B. Hinkle, Merrimack, r 6.090 

*John M. Gibson. Merrimack, r 6,082 

James M. O'Neil, Merrimack, d 5,894 

Pam Green, Merrimack, d 5.580 

Pat Heinrich. Merrimack, d 4.579 

Donald H. Botsch. Merrimack, d 4,501 

Richard L. Arthur. Merrimack, d 4,273 

Andrew Sylvia. Merrimack, d 4,185 

Kevin Hackett O'Neill, Merrimack, d 3,833 

Jacob Weisberg, Merrimack, d 3,823 

District No. 20 (Nashua Ward 1 )(3) 

*Ruth Ginsburg, Nashua, d 2.415 

* Anthony P. Matarazzo. Nashua, d 2.373 

*Eugene Kelly, Jr., Nashua, r 2,250 

Henry W. McElroy, Jr., Nashua, r 2.204 

Fred S. Teeboom, Nashua, r 2, 1 34 

Jacek Nowicki, Nashua, d 1 ,766 

District No. 21 (Nashua Ward 2)(3) 

*Elenore "Casey" Crane, Nashua, r 2,154 

*Suzanne Harvey, Nashua, d 2,002 

*Michael A. Balboni, Nashua, r 1 .964 

Robert S. Mercer. Nashua, r 1 .882 

Sharron Rowlett, Nashua, d 1 .460 

Leo A. Balzano. Nashua, d 1 .436 

District No. 22 (Nashua Ward 3)(3) 

*Lucinda Rosenwald. Nashua, d 2,039 

*Lori A. Movsesian. Nashua, d 1 .984 

*David L. Smith. Nashua, d 1 .822 

Mark D. New hall, Nashua, r 1,718 

Paul Harrington, Nashua, r 1 .682 

Dan Richardson, Nashua, r 1 ,392 

District No. 23 (Nashua Ward 4)(3) 

*David E. Cote, Nashua, d 1.619 

*Mary J. Gorman. Nashua, d 1,562 

*Eric P. Rochette, Nashua, d 1 .276 

Kevin T. Bamett. Nashua, r 991 

David J. Gleneck. Nashua, r 94 1 

District No. 24 (Nashua Ward 6)(3) 

*David B. Campbell. Nashua, d&r 2,390 

*Jane Clemons. Nashua, d 2.106 

*Roland J. Lefebvre, Nashua, d 1 ,677 

Sandra Ziehm. Nashua, r 1 ,558 

District No. 25 (Nashua Ward 7)(3) 

*Claudette R. Jean. Nashua, d 2,010 

*Peter R. Cote, Nashua, d 1 ,897 

*Stephen Michon, Nashua, d 1 .559 

District No. 26 (Nashua Wards 5, 8, and 9)( 10) 

*Bette R. Lasky, Nashua, d 6,143 

*Kimberly C. Shaw, Nashua, d 6.064 

*Mary Ellen Martin, Nashua, d 5.663 

*Bea Francoeur. Nashua, r 5.626 

*Pamela G. Price, Nashua, r 5.600 

*Donald J. Dyer. Nashua, r : 5.567 

*Angeline Kopka. Nashua, d 5,494 

*Paula Johnson, Nashua, d 5.439 

*Nelson S. Allan. Nashua, r 5,328 

*Joan H. Schulze, Nashua, d 5,275 

Roberta M. Cernota, Nashua, r 5.142 



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Mary L. Andosca, Nashua, d 5,140 

Paul F. Johnson, Nashua, d 5,134 

Albert C. Cernota, Nashua, r 5,070 

Lawrence A. Artz, Nashua, r 5,052 

David L. Brody, Nashua, d 4.843 

William E. Mosher, Nashua, r 4,832 

David J. Boothby, Nashua, d 4,711 

Mahlon Artz, Nashua, r 4,489 

Donald F. McCollum, Nashua, r 4,477 

District No. 27 (Hudson, Litchfield, PelhamX 13) 

*Jean-Guy J. Bergeron, Pelham, r 11 ,825 

*Peter R. Goyette, Jr., Hudson, r 10,008 

♦Lynne Ober, Hudson, r 9,569 

*Rudy Lessard, Hudson, r 9,340 

*Lars T. Christiansen. Hudson, r 9,329 

*Shawn N. Jasper, Hudson, r 9,307 

♦Ralph G. Boehm, Litchfield, r 8,387 

*Leon Calawa, Jr., Litchfield, r 8,340 

♦David L. Buhlman, Hudson, r 8,283 

*James Lawrence. Hudson, r 8,260 

♦Jordan Ulery, Hudson, r 7,818 

♦Andrew Renzullo, Hudson, r 7,783 

♦Stephen D. Hellwig, Hudson, r 7,501 

Donna Marie Marceau, Hudson, d 7.469 

Harold Lynde, Pelham, d 7.061 

Leona Dolloff, Hudson, d 6.993 

Gail Tulipani, Hudson, d 6,650 

Vivian L. McGuire. Hudson, d 6,600 

Jim Caron, Hudson, d 6,539 

Kevin P. Riley, Hudson, d 6,495 

Brian Ballou, Litchfield, d 6,014 

Richard Ingram, Hudson, d 5,721 

Jeremy L. Muller, Hudson, d 5,622 

Paul L. Dadak, Pelham. d 5,590 

William T. Shutt, Hudson, d 5,357 

Sid Das, Pelham, d 5,204 

Eric Estevez, Hudson (write-in) 133 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Danbury. New London, Wilmot)(2) 

♦David H. Kidder, New London, r 2,254 

♦Robert Foose, New London, d 1 .987 

Tom F. McCormick, New London, r 1 .636 

Dan H. Allen, New London, d 1,617 

District No. 2 (Franklin Wards 1-3, Hill)(3) 

♦Dennis Reed, Franklin, r 2, 1 68 

♦Herbert F. Whiting, Franklin, r 1.907 

♦Jim Ryan, Franklin, d 1 .892 

Lawrence K. Hennessy, Franklin, d 1 .601 

District No. 3 (Newbury, Sutton)(l) 

♦Patricia McMahon, Sutton, d 1.182 

Jim Powell, Newbury, r 1,139 

District No. 4 (Hopkinton. Warner, Webster)(3) 

♦Christine Hamm, Hopkinton, d 3,629 

♦Derek Owen, Hopkinton, d 3,132 

♦Richard Kennedy, Hopkinton, r 2,697 

Paul DiGeronimo, Warner, d 2,405 

Susan Griffin Yonkers, Hopkinton, r 2,283 

Fred N. Creed, Jr., Warner, r 2,274 

Walter Service, Warner, constitution 328 

District No. 5 (Bradford, Henniker)(2) 

♦Barbara Conner French, Henniker, d 1 .864 

♦David P. Currier, Henniker, r 1 .555 

Aaron M. Lavallee, Henniker, d 1,516 



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James P. Walsh, Henniker. r 1 -096 

District No. 6 (Andover, Boscawen, Canterbury, Loudon, Northfield, Salisbury )(6) 

*Claire D. Clarke. Boscawen, d 4,689 

*Priscilla Parmenter Lockwood, Canterbury, r 4,537 

*Roy D. Maxfield, Loudon, r 4.522 

*Joy K. Tilton, Northfield, d 4,245 

*Frank A. Tupper, Canterbury, d 4.122 

*James William Danforth, Andover, r 4,103 

Al Foley. Andover. r 3.882 

Paula Werme. Boscawen. r 3,775 

Francis Ruffing, Loudon, r 3.674 

Richard P. Brewster. Andover. d 3.45 1 

Kenneth Jopp. Loudon, d 3.340 

Howard Wilson, Andover (write-in) 41 

District No. 7 (Chichester, Pembroke)(3) 

*Deanna P. Rush. Pembroke, d&r 3,188 

* Vincent E. Greco. Pembroke, d 2.256 

*Bill Field. Pembroke, r 2.109 

Ann M. Bond. Pembroke, r 1,997 

Regis A. Lemaire, Pembroke, d 1 -934 

District No. 8 (Allenstown, Epsom, Pittsfield)(4) 

♦Charles B. Yeaton, Epsom, d 2.930 

*Tony F. Soltani, Epsom, r 2,757 

*Thomas Langlais, Epsom, r 2.67 1 

* John Klose. Epsom, r 2,65 1 

Laura M. Bonk, Allenstown, d 2,562 

Edward N. Nutter. Epsom, r 2,523 

Arthur Morse, Pittsfield, d 2,372 

Harvey Harkness, Epsom, d 2,132 

District No. 9 (Hooksett)(4) 

*David W. Hess, Hooksett, r 3,889 

♦Stephen L'Heureux, Hooksett, r 3,356 

*Dick Marple, Hooksett, r 3,041 

*James Oliver. Hooksett, r 2,877 

Eileen Spratt Ehlers, Hooksett, d 2,217 

Greg DeMarco. Hooksett, d 2.003 

Matthew Quiet, Hooksett 1 -749 

District No. 10 (Concord Wards 1, 2 and 3)(4) 

*Mary Stuart Gile, Concord, d 3,008 

♦Steve Shurtleff, Concord, d 2,858 

*Fran Potter. Concord, d 2,743 

♦Elizabeth D. Blanchard, Concord, r 2,663 

Eric Daniels, Concord, r 2,40^ 

Karen Cote, Concord, d 2.0 1 6 

Donna J. Farrelly. Concord, r ' .743 

Winston H. McCarty, Concord, r 1 .523 

District No. 1 1 (Concord Wards 4. 8, 9 and 10)(5) 

*Tara Reardon, Concord, d 4.929 

♦Candace C.W. Bouchard, Concord, d 4.342 

♦John DeJoie, Concord, d 4,024 

♦Jim MacKay, Concord, r 3,803 

♦Bob Williams, Concord, d 3.798 

Eileen Keim, Concord, d 3,658 

Leo W. Fraser, Jr., Concord, r 3,39 1 

Michael Moffett, Concord, r 3,05 1 

Eric Dickner, Concord, r 2,456 

Russell Perkins, Concord, r 2,388 

District No. 12 (Concord Wards 5, 6 and 7)(4) 

♦Mary Jane Wallner. Concord, d 3,664 

♦Elizabeth Hager, Concord, r 3,315 

♦Jessie L. Osborne, Concord, d 3.094 

♦Don Brueggemann, Concord, d 3,044 

Joshua A. Harwood, Concord, d 2,228 

Sam Cohen, Concord, r 1,819 

Rob Thompson, Concord, r 1 ,70 1 

Gregory Pederzani. Concord, r ' -448 



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District No. 13 (Bow, Dunbarton)(3) 

*Stephen T. DeStefano, Bow, d 3,333 

*Eric Anderson, Bow, r 3,279 

*Mary Beth Walz, Bow, d 2,738 

John D. Finan, Bow. r 2,475 

Ronald W. Wanner. Dunbarton, r 2,218 

Robert E. Martel. Dunbarton. d 1 .987 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Candia, Deerfield, Northwood, Nottingham)(5) 

*Joe Stone, Deerfield, r 4,506 

♦Harriet E. Cady, Deerrield, r 4,440 

*Robert A. Johnson, Northwood, r 4,385 

*Elbert Bicknell, Deerfield, r 4,158 

♦Rudolph A. Kobel, Candia, r 3,941 

Susi Nord, Candia, d 3.65 1 

Richard H. Snow, Candia, d 3,568 

Tom Chase, Northwood, d 3.208 

William J. Zarges, Candia, d 2,823 

Robert Van Winkle, Deerfield, d 2,644 

District No. 2 (Raymond)(3) 

*Frank Bishop, Raymond, r 2,977 

*Norman E. Weldy, Jr., Raymond, r 2,396 

♦Robert Forsing, Raymond, r 2,337 

District No. 3 (Auburn. Londonderry )(9) 

♦Sharon M. Carson, Londonderry, r&d 9.140 

♦Betsy McKinney, Londonderry, r 7,688 

♦Karen Keegan Hutchinson, Londonderry, r 7,653 

♦Robert Introne, Londonderry, r 7,193 

♦Benjamin E. Parker. Londonderry, r 7,057 

♦James Headd. Auburn, r 6,923 

♦Sherman Packard. Londonderry, r 6,838 

♦Dudley Dumaine, Londonderry, r 6,70 1 

♦Paul C. Smith, Auburn, r 6.638 

Barbara Lowery, Londonderry, d 5,079 

William E. Thomas. Auburn, d 4,532 

Vincent Perry, Londonderry, d 4,462 

James K. Mitchell, Jr., Londonderry, d 4,378 

Adam Hoffman. Londonderry, d 4,269 

Philip Tetreau. Londonderry, d 4.227 

Alan R. Hoffman, Londonderry, d 4,223 

Bill Longmaid, Londonderry, d 3,982 

District No. 4 (Salem, Windham )( 13) 

♦Mary E. Griffin, Windham, r 10.523 

♦Ronald J. Belanger. Salem, r 10,517 

♦D.J. Bettencourt, Salem, r 10,426 

♦Anthony R. DiFruscia, Windham, r 10,061 

♦Janeen Dalrymple, Salem, r 9.785 

♦Anne K. Priestley, Salem, r 9,439 

♦Charles E. McMahon, Windham, r 9,136 

♦Kevin K. Waterhouse, Windham, r 8,865 

♦Russell F. Ingram, Salem, r 8,740 

♦Richard T Cooney, Salem, r 8,724 

♦John J. Manning, Jr., Salem, r 8.523 

♦James B. Coburn. Windham, r 8.452 

♦Christopher L. Doyle, Windham, r 8,344 

Richard J. O'Shaughnessy, Salem, d 7.756 

Doris V Flaherty, Salem, d 6.297 

Laurel Redden. Salem, d 6,284 

Michael Caruso, Windham, d 5.756 

Scott Brody. Windham, d 5,525 

Dave Brody, Windham, d 5,5 1 3 

Marion E. Martin, Windham, d 5.500 



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Carol Spickler, Salem, d 5.469 

Ralph Stein. Salem, d 5.317 

Edward M. Kirby. Salem, d 5,28 1 

Alan Spickler, Salem, d 4.864 

Clark E. Johnson III. Salem, d 4,757 

Henri Azibert. Windham, d 4,205 

Jason M. Bedrick. Windham, i 3.455 

District No. 5 (Derry )( 1 1 ) 

*John Dowd, Derry, r 7,617 

*Patricia Dow ling. Derry. r 7,314 

*Phyllis M. Katsakiores. Derry, r 7.000 

*George N. Katsakiores. Derry. r 6.63 1 

*Paul R. Hopfgarten, Derry. r 6.284 

♦Kenneth H. Gould, Derry. r 6,213 

*Bob Fesh. Derry, r 6,096 

*Howie Lund, Derry, r 5,999 

* William R. Zolla. Derry, r 5,927 

*Robert W. Wiley. Derry, r 5,812 

*James B. Rausch, Derry. r 5,78 1 

Joseph Donahue. Derry, d 5.093 

Lisa O'Neill. Derry, d 4,761 

Joseph Parodi, Derry, d 4.653 

Beth Bellevue. Derry, d 4,628 

Mary A. Eisner. Derry, d 4,6 1 3 

Charles A. Zoeller. Derry, d 4,569 

Paulette J. Burgess. Derry. d 4,503 

Shawna Burgess, Derry. d 4.473 

Chris O'Neili, Derry, d 4.433 

Thomas D. Barringer. Derry, d 4.420 

Connie Dimmock. Derry, d 4,385 

District No. 6 (Atkinson)(2) 

*James Michael Garrity, Atkinson, r&d 3,129 

*George D. Winchell, Atkinson, r&d 2.699 

District No. 7 (Chester. Danville, Sandown)(4) 

*Gene P. Charron. Chester, r&d 4,552 

*Michael B. Asselin, Danville, r 3.854 

♦Elisabeth N. Sanders, Danville, r 3.808 

*Ken Donahue. Chester, r 3,594 

James E. Devine, Sandown. d 2,584 

Michael Douglas Tuthill. Chester, d 2.129 

Fred Russell. Sandown, d 2.063 

District No. 8 (Hampstead, Kingston, Plaistow )( 7) 

*Norman L. Major. Plaistow. r&d 7,823 

*Roger G. Weils. Hampstead. r&d 7,429 

*Ed M. Putnam II. Hampstead. r&d 6.968 

*David A. Welch. Kingston, r 6.315 

*John W. Flanders, Sr., Kingston, r 6.307 

*Kevin L. Camm, Hampstead. r 6,237 

♦Kenneth L. Weyler. Kingston, r 5.901 

Brian M. Helman. Kingston, d 4.452 

District No. 9 (Epping, Fremont )( 3) 

♦Bob K. Dodge. Fremont, r 2.699 

♦Daniel C. Itse, Fremont, r 2.614 

♦Ron Nowe, Epping. r 2,483 

Penn Brow n, Epping. d 2,096 

District No. 10 (Brentwood)! 1 ) 

♦Donald R. Buxton. Brentwood, r 1 ,235 

Vasilka Nicolova, Brentwood, d 691 

District No. 11 (East Kingston. Newton)! 2) 

♦Mary M. Allen. Newton, r 1 .634 

♦Kimberley Casey, East Kingston, d 1 .429 

Charles R. Melvin, Sr., Newton, r 1 ,376 

Robert L. Bartlett. Newton, d 1 ,303 

District No. 12 (Newfields. Newmarket)! 3) 

♦Dennis F. Abbott, Newmarket, d&r 3.5 1 1 

♦Marcia Moody. Newmarket, d 2,876 



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*Karl Gilbert, Newmarket, r 2,634 

Janet M. Smith, Newfields, d 2,524 

District No. 13 (Exeter, North Hampton, Stratham)(8) 

♦Carl G. Robertson, Exeter, r&d 7,907 

*Doug Scamman, Stratham, r 7,434 

*Stella Scamman, Stratham, r 7,212 

♦Eileen Flockhart, Exeter, d 6,646 

*Matt Quandt, Exeter, r 6,516 

♦April Hersey Mason, Exeter, r 6,467 

♦Rogers J. Johnson, Stratham, r 6,330 

♦Marshall E. Quandt, Exeter, r 6,3 1 2 

Kathleen Russell, Stratham, d 6,105 

Charles E. Proulx, Exeter, d 5,615 

Kurt J. Roessner, Exeter, r 5,605 

R. Neal Kimball, Exeter, d 5,334 

Ron Mirsky, Exeter, d 5,016 

Leonard J. Pichini, Exeter, d 4,878 

Marlowe Bergendoff, Exeter, d 4,770 

District No. 14 (Hampton Falls. Kensington, Seabrook, South Hampton )(4) 

♦Benjamin E. Moore, Seabrook, r 3,667 

♦Frank J. Palazzo, Seabrook, r 3,363 

*E. Albert Weare. Seabrook, r 3,278 

♦Richard W. Morris, Seabrook, r 3,099 

Mollie Palmer O'Keefe, Kensington, d 3,039 

Patricia M. OKeefe, Seabrook, d 2,594 

E. Elaine Ahearn, Hampton Falls, d 2,502 

Gary W. Dozier, Hampton Falls, d 2,087 

District No. 15 (Hampton)(5) 

♦Nancy F. Stiles, Hampton, r 4,864 

♦Russell D. Bridle, Hampton, r 4,590 

♦Thomas J. Gillick, Hampton, r 4,368 

♦Sheila T. Francoeur, Hampton, r 4,365 

♦Mike O'Neil, Hampton, r 4,334 

Susan R. Kepner, Hampton, d 3,890 

Richard H. Goodman, Hampton, d 3,240 

Sharon V.L. Mullen, Hampton, d 3,041 

Daniel Nicholson, Hampton, d 3,041 

Beatrice Friedman, Hampton, d 2,695 

District No. 16 (Newington, Portsmouth Wards l-5)(7) 

♦Laura C. Pantelakos, Portsmouth, d 7,666 

♦James R. Splaine, Portsmouth, d 7,201 

♦Maryann N. Blanchard, Portsmouth, d 7,151 

♦Terie Norelli, Portsmouth, d 6,775 

♦Jacqueline Cali-Pitts, Portsmouth, d 6,52 1 

♦James F. Powers, Portsmouth, d 6,295 

♦Christopher Serlin, Portsmouth, d 5,777 

Jeffrey Semprini, Portsmouth, r 5,242 

Raimond Bowles, Portsmouth, r 4,678 

Paul J. Chevalier, Portsmouth, r 3,771 

Warren Goddard, Portsmouth, r 3,487 

L. Pierre deRochemont, Portsmouth, r 3,419 

District No. 17 (Greenland)(l) 

♦James G. Rolston, Greenland, r 1 ,053 

Daniel E. Kern, Greenland, d 887 

District No. 18 (New Castle, Rye)(2) 

♦Jane S. Langley, Rye, r 2,416 

♦Daniel M. Hughes, New Castle, r 2,254 

David Borden, New Castle, d 1,772 

Lee Townsend, New Castle, d 1,257 



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STRAFFORD COUNTY 

District No. 1 (Rochester Wards l-6)(9) 

*Julie Brown. Rochester, r 5.965 

*Sandra B. Keans. Rochester, r 5,749 

♦Clifford Newton. Rochester, r 5.580 

* Anne Grassie, Rochester, d 5,565 

♦Frank D. Callaghan. Rochester, d 5,434 

♦Russell Albert, Rochester, r 5,240 

♦Irene T. Creteau, Rochester, d 5,228 

♦Jim Twombly. Rochester, r 5,215 

♦Patricia C. Dunlap, Rochester, r 5,182 

Marc W. Drapeau. Rochester, r 4.958 

Pamela J. Hubbard. Rochester, d 4,947 

William P. Brennan. Rochester, d 4,908 

Alan Bemis, Rochester, r 4,740 

Elaine M. Lauterborn. Rochester, d 4,718 

John L. Rossi, Rochester, d 4,532 

Rose Marie Rogers, Rochester, d 4,495 

John Moffett, Rochester, r 4.422 

George F. Brown, Rochester, d 4,390 

District No. 2 (Rollinsford, Somersworth Wards l-5)(5) 

♦Richard F. Heon, Somersworth. d&r 4.793 

♦Clair A. Snyder, Somersworth, d&r 4.360 

♦Dana S. Hilliard. Somersworth. d 3.906 

♦Roger Berube, Somersworth, d 3,831 

♦Michael S. Rollo. Rollinsford, d 3.290 

Timothy A. Logsdon. Somersworth, r 2,696 

District No. 3 (Barrington, Farmington, Middleton, Milton. New Durham. Strafford)(8) 

♦David A. Bickford, New Durham, r 6,177 

♦W. Packy Campbell. Farmington. r 5.996 

♦Dune Chaplin, Strafford, r 5.591 

♦Timothy E. Easson. Farmington, r 5,525 

♦Sam A. Cataldo, Farmington. r 5,521 

♦Jacalyn L. Cilley, Barrington, d 5,435 

♦Nancy K. Johnson, Milton, d 5,424 

♦Michael D. Harrington. Strafford, r 5.409 

Larry Brown. Milton, i&d 5,190 

Emmanuel Krasner. Farmington, d 4,990 

George T. Musler, Barrington, r 4,965 

Carol W. Mulligan, Strafford, d 4.844 

James E. Cyr. Strafford, d 4.703 

Wilfred B. Morrison. Jr.. Farmington. r 4.644 

Brandon LaRoche. Farmington, d 4.496 

Felice M. Vincelette. Barrington. d 3,965 

District No. 4 (Dover Wards 1 and 2)(3) 

♦Katherine Taylor, Dover, d 2,6 1 8 

♦Peter B. Schmidt, Dover, d 2.541 

♦Kathleen Taylor, Dover, d 2,532 

Robert L. Keays, Dover, r 1 .600 

Robert Leonard. Dover, r 1 .404 

District No. 5 (Dover Wards 3 and 4)(3) 

♦Jennifer Brown. Dover, d 2.626 

♦Baldw in Domingo, Dover, d 2.566 

♦Jeff Hollinger. Dover, r 2,412 

David Scott, Dover, r 2,34 1 

Adam R. Bowker, Dover, d .' 2,305 

Richard Close, Dover, r 2.060 

District No. 6 (Dover Wards 5 and 6)(3) 

♦Earle Goodwin. Dover, d 2,346 

♦Roland Hofemann, Dover, d 2,306 

♦William V. Knowles, Dover, d 2,277 

Phyllis Woods, Dover, r 1 .958 

Eileen M. Williams, Dover, r 1.701 

Donald C. Andolina. Dover, r I .542 



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District No. 7 (Durham, Lee, Madbury)(6) 

*Janet G. Wall, Madbury, d&r 6,354 

*Naida Kaen, Lee, d 5,058 

*Emma L. Rous, Durham, d 4,965 

*Marjorie K. Smith. Durham, d 4,932 

♦Judith T. Spang, Durham, d 4,900 

*Joseph Miller, Durham, d 4,834 

Amos R. Townsend, Lee, r 2,84 1 

Donald M. Sumner, Durham, r 2,8 1 7 

Diane R. Bryon, Durham, r 2,797 

C.E. McLean, Durham, r 2,697 

William T. Bryon, Durham, r 2,570 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 



District No. 1 (Cornish, Grantham, Plainfield)(2) 

*Charlotte Houde Quimby, Plainrield, d 2,175 

♦Stephen G. Prichard. Grantham, d 1 ,859 

Stuart A. Hodgeman, Comish, r 1,715 

Fred Vogt, Grantham, r 1 ,482 

District No. 2 (Croydon, Goshen, Newport, Springfield. Washington )( 3) 

♦Arthur G. Jillette, Jr., Goshen, d&r 3,077 

♦Beverly T. Rodeschin, Newport, r 2,518 

♦Peter E. Franklin, Newport, d 2,268 

Henry Rodeschin, Newport, r 2,246 

John Lunn, Newport, d 1 ,947 

District No. 3 (Sunapee )( 1 ) 

♦Harry S. Gale, Jr.. Sunapee. r 1,144 

David M. Brown. Sunapee. d 829 

District No. 4 (Claremont Wards 1-3, Lempster, Unity )(5) 

♦Tom Donovan. Claremont, d&r 4.979 

♦John R. Cloutier, Claremont, d&r 4,612 

♦Joe Harris, Claremont, d&r 4,533 

♦Larry Converse, Claremont, d&r 4,215 

♦Christopher R. Irish. Claremont, r 3,608 

Sandra C. Harris, Claremont, d 3,502 

District No. 5 (Acworth, Charlestown, Langdon)(2) 

♦James G. Phinizy, Acworth, d&r 2,132 

♦Brenda L. Ferland. Charlestown, d 1,650 

John G. Tuthill, Acworth. i 804 



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BELKNAP COUNTY OFFICES 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward I 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 

Totals 









Reg. of 


Reg. of 


Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 


Collis, r&d 


Noether, r&d 


Corbin, r&d 


Normandin, r&d 


Brickner, r&d 


2.619 


2,606 


2.590 


2,628 


2,602 


1.908 


1,873 


1.923 


1,930 


1,918 


2,976 


2.924 


2,924 


2.982 


2,916 


570 


555 


553 


559 


541 


4.004 


3.940 


3,884 


3,969 


3,863 


1,775 


1.758 


1.745 


1.760 


1,770 


1.407 


1,361 


1.367 


1,393 


1,359 


1.069 


1.060 


1,054 


1,084 


1,054 


1.089 


1.062 


1,063 


1,085 


1,050 


1,142 


1.112 


1.126 


1.146 


1,121 


986 


955 


962 


982 


953 


1.418 


1,385 


1.389 


1,414 


1,385 


3.075 


3,041 


3,017 


3,040 


3.015 


1.076 


1.071 


1,066 


1.068 


1.064 


1.479 


1,469 


1.444 


1.481 


1,440 


1.587 


1.584 


1.567 


1.595 


1,585 



28,180 



27.756 



27.674 



28.116 



27,636 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Ward 1 
Laconia Ward 2 
Laconia Ward 3 
Laconia Ward 4 
Laconia Ward 5 
Laconia Ward 6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 



District 1 



o 

H 
U 
H 
- 
- 

O 

z 



County Commissioners 

District 2 
Bartlett, r Patterson, d 



1,137 
1,887 



1.124 



842 
872 



897 
1.171 



673 



719 

734 



District 3 
Boothby, r 

2,343 



521 

3.337 



2.566 
837 



Totals 



5,862 



4.194 



9,604 



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CARROLL COUNTY OFFICES 











Reg. of 


Reg. of 




Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 




Carr, r&d 


Gordon, d&r 


Howard, r 


Brookes, r&d 


Monet, r&d 


Albany 


333 


332 


251 


331 


326 


Bartlett 


1,652 


1,627 


1,403 


1.608 


1,588 


Brookfield 


388 


383 


343 


387 


374 


Chatham 


163 


164 


138 


164 


164 


Conway 


4,288 


4,256 


3,563 


4,219 


4,191 


Eaton 


241 


238 


185 


238 


235 


Effingham 


624 


616 


508 


696 


621 


Freedom 


847 


834 


703 


840 


830 


Hale's Location 


99 


93 


90 


94 


95 


Hart's Location 


27 


28 


22 


27 


27 


Jackson 


596 


593 


444 


579 


576 


Madison 


1.196 


1,189 


996 


1,180 


1.171 


Moultonborough 


2,606 


2,563 


2,358 


2,586 


2,544 


Ossipee 


1,783 


1,727 


1,568 


1.723 


1,735 


Sandwich 


859 


871 


664 


856 


854 


Tamworth 


1,286 


1,324 


1,088 


1,274 


1,260 


Tuftonboro 


1,420 


1,385 


1,283 


1,399 


1,174 


Wakefield 


2,207 


2,169 


1,916 


2,173 


2,154 


Wolfeboro 


3,588 


3,503 


3,124 


3,593 


3,489 



Totals 



24,203 



23,895 



20,647 



23,967 



23,408 







County Commissioners 




District 1 


District 2 




Sorenson, r&d 




Albany 


318 




Bartlett 


1,615 




Brookfield 


359 




Chatham 


158 




Conway 


4,238 


z 

o 


Eaton 


241 


Effingham 


608 


H 


Freedom 


820 


u 


Hale's Location 


110 


_ 

Ed 

o 
z 


Hart's Location 


28 


Jackson 


589 


Madison 


1,171 


Moultonborough 


2,526 


Ossipee 


1,655 




Sandwich 


857 




Tamworth 


1,271 




Tuftonboro 


1,367 




Wakefield 


2,139 




Wolfeboro 


3.455 





District 3 
Webster, r 

251 

1,356 

354 

132 

3,497 

177 

519 

682 

82 

22 

435 

978 

2,294 

1,444 

639 

1,074 

1,222 

1,883 

3,102 



Totals 



23,525 



20,143 



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CHESHIRE COUNTY OFFICES 













Reg. of 


Reg. of 




Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 




Foote, r&d 


Albrecht, r&d 


Parker, r 


West, d 


Hubal, r&d 


Minkler, r&d 


Alstead 


915 


879 


409 


484 


924 


908 


Chesterfield 


1.846 


1.856 


1.007 


899 


1,878 


1.881 


Dublin 


929 


921 


483 


485 


918 


914 


Fitzwilliam 


1.123 


1.112 


698 


519 


1.126 


1.109 


Gilsum 


386 


368 


213 


180 


371 


371 


Harrisville 


605 


615 


245 


388 


621 


612 


Hinsdale 


1,614 


1.645 


778 


935 


1,655 


1,680 


Jaffrey 


2,516 


2.471 


1.468 


1.174 


2.500 


2,483 


Keene Ward I 


1.850 


1 .825 


619 


1.269 


1.853 


1,842 


Keene Ward 2 


2.089 


2.088 


832 


1.390 


2,102 


2.092 


Keene Ward 3 


2,05 1 


2.061 


957 


1.205 


2,061 


2.045 


Keene Ward 4 


2,228 


2,220 


1.100 


1,221 


2,219 


2,210 


Keene Ward 5 


2.305 


2.305 


1.098 


1.315 


2,342 


2,309 


Marlborough 


1.040 


1.045 


471 


600 


1.042 


1,019 


Marlow 


391 


398 


200 


210 


404 


307 


Nelson 


375 


372 


158 


229 


377 


365 


Richmond 


532 


523 


279 


270 


536 


529 


Rindge 


2,571 


2.565 


1.604 


1.188 


2,593 


2,583 


Roxbury 


122 


127 


55 


76 


131 


125 


Stoddard 


370 


365 


312 


254 


485 


477 


Sullivan 


357 


358 


205 


150 


358 


348 


Surry 


418 


413 


243 


179 


413 


404 


Swanzey 


3.128 


3,064 


1.637 


1 .547 


3.097 


3,076 


Troy 


930 


915 


501 


461 


932 


931 


Walpole 


1.909 


1.902 


934 


961 


1,899 


1,921 


Westmoreland 


894 


872 


423 


321 


904 


847 


Winchester 


1.624 


1.623 


834 


876 


1.642 


1,628 



Totals 



35.118 



34.908 



17.763 



18.786 



35.383 



35.016 



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Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 



CHESHIRE COUNTY OFFICES 

County Commissioners 
District 1 District 2 

Zerba, d&r 



Z 

o 

■— 

H 
U 
H 

- 

w 
o 



1,820 
2,080 
2,031 
2,195 
2,296 
1.022 



District 3 
Sistare, r 

687 

679 
888 
287 
411 

2.021 



303 
246 
404 

2,188 

83 

435 

265 



739 



Totals 



11,444 



9,636 



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427 



COOS COUNTY OFFICES 





Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Reg. of 
Deeds 




Reg. of 
Probate 


Tardif, r&d 


Morin, r&d 


Bisson, r&d 


Lyons, r Lamirande, d 


Peterson, r&d 


Berlin Ward 1 


1.056 


1.053 


1.065 


292 


831 


1,009 


Berlin Ward 2 


1.126 


1.107 


1.112 


344 


828 


1,074 


Berlin Ward 3 


1.260 


1.253 


1.288 


388 


948 


1,210 


Berlin Ward 4 


998 


988 


993 


270 


770 


958 


Cambridge 


2 


2 


2 


2 








Carroll 


368 


361 


360 


190 


211 


350 


Clarksville 


132 


131 


129 


91 


49 


113 


Colebrook 


884 


883 


876 


719 


275 


842 


Columbia 


314 


311 


310 


235 


95 


295 


Dalton 


442 


432 


440 


250 


222 


430 


Dixville 


26 


26 


26 


21 


5 


26 


Dummer 


177 


178 


170 


94 


88 


170 


Errol 


169 


169 


168 


107 


70 


168 


Gorham 


1.514 


1.497 


1,483 


513 


1,079 


1,481 


Green's Grant 


3 


3 


3 





3 


3 


Jefferson 


493 


496 


369 


299 


271 


482 


Lancaster 


1,515 


1 .509 


1.490 


733 


868 


1.528 


Milan 


685 


668 


675 


279 


435 


643 


Millsfield 


14 


13 


14 


14 


1 


14 


Northumberland 


921 


971 


958 


354 


640 


957 


Pinkham's Grant 


14 


14 


13 





13 


13 


Pittsburg 


463 


465 


444 


329 


158 


465 


Randolph 


234 


223 


233 


69 


183 


232 


Shelbume 


266 


258 


257 


100 


174 


252 


Stark 


267 


264 


265 


130 


152 


248 


Stewartstown 


370 


372 


363 


261 


137 


373 


Stratford 


263 


264 


259 


104 


176 


239 


Wentworth's Location 


25 


24 


24 


13 


13 


21 


Whitefield 


1.030 


1.009 


1.007 


540 


528 


1.006 



Totals 



15.031 



14.944 



14.796 



6.741 



9,223 



14.602 



428 



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COOS COUNTY OFFICES 



Berlin Ward 1 

Berlin Ward 2 

Berlin Ward 3 

Berlin Ward 4 

Cambridge 

Carroll 

Clarksville 

Colebrook 

Columbia 

Dalton 

Dixville 

Dummer 

Errol 

Gorham 

Green's Grant 

Jefferson 

Lancaster 

Milan 

Millsfield 

Northumberland 

Pinkham's Grant 

Pittsburg 

Randolph 

Shelburne 

Stark 

Stewartstown 

Stratford 

Went worth's Location 

Whiteheld 



County Commissioners 

District 1 District 2 

Grenier, d&r Brady, r Woodburn, d 

1.020 

1 .083 — 

1,234 
986 



District 3 



206 



268 



1 
107 



249 



216 



216 



784 


793 


1 


2 


393 


181 


927 


738 



14 
149 



o 

H 

u 

- 
- 

o 



527 



588 



Totals 



4,572 



3,214 



2,897 



No votes cast: Atkinson & Gilmanton Academy Grant, Bean's Grant, Bean's Purchase, Chandler's Purchase, Crawford's 
Purchase, Cutt's Grant, Dix's Grant, Erving's Location, Hadley's Purchase. Kilkenny, Low & Burbank's Grant. Martin's 
Location, Odell, Sargent's Purchase, Second College Grant, Success, Thompson & Meserve's Purchase 



GENERAL ELECTION 



429 



GRAFTON COUNTY OFFICES 











Reg. of 


Reg. of 




Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 




Dutile, r&d 


St. Hilaire, r&d 


Elliott, r&d 


DuPuis. r&d 


Wyman, r&d 


Alexandria 


693 


706 


715 


710 


698 


Ashland 


877 


885 


989 


888 


877 


Bath 


415 


399 


417 


417 


419 


Benton 


154 


157 


157 


156 


156 


Bethlehem 


1.097 


1,077 


1,096 


1,196 


1,196 


Bridgewater 


539 


529 


540 


528 


518 


Bristol 


1,310 


1,370 


1,381 


1,386 


1.382 


Campton 


1,372 


1,367 


1.400 


1.493 


1.381 


Canaan 


1.491 


1,464 


1.462 


1.467 


1.459 


Dorchester 


167 


163 


166 


165 


164 


Easton 


171 


162 


168 


169 


170 


Ellsworth 


51 


51 


52 


53 


52 


Enfield 


2,070 


2,016 


2.020 


2.019 


2,004 


Franconia 


627 


622 


639 


630 


622 


Grafton 


529 


521 


525 


524 


523 


Groton 


258 


260 


263 


264 


254 


Hanover 


5,016 


4.979 


4,971 


4.942 


4,935 


Haverhill 


1.827 


1.825 


1,876 


1 .905 


1,888 


Hebron 


360 


358 


357 


357 


351 


Holderness 


1.075 


1,085 


1,097 


1,076 


1,056 


Landaff 


198 


188 


196 


195 


190 


Lebanon Ward 1 


1,888 


1,855 


1,843 


1,847 


1,845 


Lebanon Ward 2 


1,832 


1,802 


1,799 


1,790 


1.779 


Lebanon Ward 3 


1.726 


1,699 


1,703 


1,697 


1,688 


Lincoln 


728 


725 


732 


657 


717 


Lisbon 


634 


642 


654 


653 


647 


Littleton 


2,702 


2,690 


2,715 


2,698 


2,690 


Livermore 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


Lyman 


258 


261 


268 


262 


259 


Lyme 


968 


956 


963 


966 


964 


Monroe 


482 


476 


485 


482 


478 


Orange 


140 


130 


132 


134 


134 


Orford 


601 


575 


583 


584 


582 


Piermont 


380 


373 


377 


377 


377 


Plymouth 


2,932 


2,963 


3,038 


2,956 


2,938 


Rumney 


828 


830 


862 


834 


818 


Sugar Hill 


332 


322 


333 


331 


330 


Thornton 


950 


949 


959 


942 


948 


Warren 


440 


414 


442 


426 


434 


Waterville Valley 


153 


155 


156 


154 


157 


Wentworth 


442 


439 


442 


439 


429 


Woodstock 


602 


596 


611 


603 


516 



Totals 



39,315 



39,036 



39,584 



39,372 



39.025 



430 



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GRAFTON COUNTY OFFICES 



County Commissioners 
District 1 District 2 

Cervantes, r Cryans, d Burton, r&d 



433 

151 

1,159 



Alexandria 


— 


— 


Ashland 


— 


— 


Bath 


— 


— 


Benton 


— 


— 


Bethlehem 


— 


— 


Bridgewater 


— 


— 


Bristol 


— 


— 


Campton 


— 


— 


Canaan 


— 


— 


Dorchester 


— 


— 


Easton 


— 


— 


Ellsworth 


— 


— 


Enfield 


941 


1,185 


Franconia 


— 


— 


Grafton 


— 


— 


Groton 


— 


— 


Hanover 


1.342 


4,226 


Haverhill 


— 


— 


Hebron 


— 


— 


Holderness 


— 


— 


Landaff 


— 


— 


Lebanon Ward 1 


779 


1,226 


Lebanon Ward 2 


728 


1,201 


Lebanon Ward 3 


718 


1,115 


Lincoln 


— 


— 


Lisbon 


— 


— 


Littleton 


— 


— 


Livermore 


— 


— 


Lyman 


— 


— 


Lyme 


— 


— 


Monroe 


— 


— 


Orange 


— 


— 


Orford 


— 


— 


Piermont 


— 


— 


Plymouth 


— 


— 


Rumney 


— 


— 


Sugar Hill 


— 


— 


Thornton 


— 


— 


Warren 


— 


— 


Waterville Valley 


— 


— 


Wentworth 


— 


— 


Woodstock 


— 


— 



169 



633 



1,911 



209 



746 
669 

2,797 

268 
946 
492 

585 

382 



344 

435 

447 
611 



District 3 
Gabler, r&d 

683 

874 



518 
1,383 
1,374 
1,442 

164 



52 



485 
251 



331 

1,047 



132 

2,887 
803 

878 

154 



Totals 



4,508 



8,953 



13,387 



13,458 



GENERAL ELECTION 



431 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OFFICES 





Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 






Hardy, r Clemons, d 


Wageling, r&d 


Fredette, r Panag 


;opoulos, d 


Amherst 


3,854 


2.177 


5.285 


3.696 


2,307 


Antrim 


751 


551 


1.183 


708 


558 


Bedford 


7,030 


2.927 


9.133 


6.865 


2,925 


Bennington 


401 


271 


614 


376 


278 


Brookline 


1.485 


766 


2.057 


1,371 


851 


Deering 


519 


377 


824 


495 


379 


Francestown 


557 


400 


870 


532 


410 


Goffstown 


4,990 


2.699 


7,087 


4,858 


2,849 


Greenfield 


418 


342 


703 


415 


342 


Greenville 


471 


381 


775 


445 


404 


Hancock 


563 


540 


1.021 


549 


543 


Hillsborough 


1.530 


966 


2,232 


1,436 


997 


Hollis 


2,781 


1,449 


3,794 


2.468 


1,659 


Hudson 


5,852 


3,772 


9.150 


5,807 


4,306 


Litchfield 


2,267 


1.137 


3,305 


2,212 


1.316 


Lyndeborough 


524 


364 


760 


512 


372 


Manchester Ward 1 


2.933 


2.001 


4.641 


2,720 


2,164 


Manchester Ward 2 


2,345 


1.760 


3.868 


2,115 


1,939 


Manchester Ward 3 


1.189 


1.354 


2,322 


1,108 


1.407 


Manchester Ward 4 


1,626 


1.451 


2.835 


1.504 


1,568 


Manchester Ward 5 


1.312 


1,271 


2,355 


1.163 


1,390 


Manchester Ward 6 


2,317 


1,516 


3.555 


2,168 


1.629 


Manchester Ward 7 


1,842 


1.460 


3.069 


1.760 


1,498 


Manchester Ward 8 


2,629 


1,556 


3,888 


2,477 


1,644 


Manchester Ward 9 


2,058 


1.550 


3.364 


1.943 


1,646 


Manchester Ward 10 


2,059 


1.465 


3,363 


1.956 


1 .598 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


1,517 


1.152 


2,383 


1.457 


1,249 


Manchester Ward 12 


2,148 


1.435 


3,310 


2.070 


1,551 


Mason 


434 


276 


613 


395 


290 


Merrimack 


8,023 


4.570 


1 1 .240 


7.403 


5.242 


Milford 


3,957 


2.528 


5.810 


3,749 


2,732 


Mont Vemon 


742 


470 


1,090 


703 


487 


Nashua Ward 1 


2,677 


2.071 


4,279 


2,642 


2,110 


Nashua Ward 2 


2,319 


1.733 


3,684 


2,247 


1.799 


Nashua Ward 3 


2,103 


1.926 


3,550 


2.016 


2.001 


Nashua Ward 4 


1.175 


1.569 


2,461 


1.138 


1.581 


Nashua Ward 5 


2.384 


1.888 


3,779 


2,514 


1,967 


Nashua Ward 6 


1,761 


1.963 


3,316 


1,910 


1,850 


Nashua Ward 7 


1,800 


1,549 


2,952 


1.785 


1,563 


Nashua Ward 8 


1.830 


1,721 


3.185 


1.896 


1,760 


Nashua Ward 9 


2,358 


1,911 


3,780 


2,407 


1.960 


New Boston 


1.650 


845 


2,310 


1.599 


864 


New Ipswich 


1.603 


627 


2.011 


1,543 


667 


Pel ham 


3.796 


1,590 


5.008 


3,129 


2,362 


Peterborough 


1.553 


1.755 


3,024 


1.530 


1.755 


Sharon 


94 


119 


181 


97 


115 


Temple 


392 


332 


666 


391 


323 


Weare 


2.536 


1 .335 


3.449 


2,446 


1,383 


Wilton 


1.124 


940 


1.608 


1,080 


949 


Windsor 


73 


42 


104 


69 


41 



Totals 



102,35: 



68.850 



155,846 



97.875 



73.580 






432 



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HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OFFICES 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester Ward 1 

Manchester Ward 2 

Manchester Ward 3 

Manchester Ward 4 

Manchester Ward 5 

Manchester Ward 6 

Manchester Ward 7 

Manchester Ward 8 

Manchester Ward 9 

Manchester Ward 10 

Manchester Ward 1 1 

Manchester Ward 1 2 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vernon 

Nashua Ward 1 

Nashua Ward 2 

Nashua Ward 3 

Nashua Ward 4 

Nashua Ward 5 

Nashua Ward 6 

Nashua Ward 7 

Nashua Ward 8 

Nashua Ward 9 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

Pel ham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

We are 

Wilton 

Windsor 



ieg. of Deeds 


aid, r 


Meagher, d 


3,797 


2,210 


727 


559 


6,915 


2,771 


383 


272 


1,451 


771 


509 


385 


574 


394 


4,998 


2,761 


440 


320 


451 


401 


563 


530 


1,542 


926 


2,591 


1 ,57 1 


5,930 


4,117 


2,297 


1,258 


500 


366 


3,017 


1,925 


2,340 


1,763 


1,184 


1,363 


1,641 


1,423 


1,319 


1,237 


2,322 


1,472 


1,861 


1,422 


2,660 


1,516 


2,082 


1,514 


2,094 


1,458 


1,515 


1,161 


2,172 


1,444 


596 


308 


7,810 


4,786 


3,852 


2,595 


738 


447 


2,588 


2,104 


2,258 


1,694 


2,044 


1,941 


1,123 


1,567 


2,444 


1,921 


1,777 


1,901 


1,753 


1,562 


1,847 


1,737 


2,373 


1,911 


1,629 


843 


1,566 


638 


3,326 


2,147 


1,575 


1,738 


92 


117 


389 


332 


2,559 


1,297 


1,123 


912 


74 


39 



Reg. of Probate 

Rivard, r&d 

5,206 
1,178 
9,169 

615 
2,047 

827 

860 
7,158 

694 

770 
1,010 
2,263 
3,787 
9,124 
3,290 

803 
4,629 
3,927 
2,368 
2,889 
2,428 
3,640 
3,148 
3,987 
3,435 
3,419 
2,519 
3,425 

619 
11,560 
5,840 
1,084 
4,262 
3,703 
3,571 
2,462 
3,853 
3,352 
2,981 
3,216 
3,844 
2,315 
2,042 
4,933 
3,068 

190 

658 
3,509 
1,599 

100 



Totals 



101,411 



69,847 



157.376 



GENERAL ELECTION 



433 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY OFFICES 

County Commissioners 
District 1 District 2 District 3 

Pappas, r&d Charbonneau, r Clemons, d Holden, r Hickey. Sr., d 



Amherst 

Antrim 

Bedford 

Bennington 

Brookline 

Deering 

Francestown 

Goffstown 

Greenfield 

Greenville 

Hancock 

Hillsborough 

Hollis 

Hudson 

Litchfield 

Lyndeborough 

Manchester Ward 1 

Manchester Ward 2 

Manchester Ward 3 

Manchester Ward 4 

Manchester Ward 5 

Manchester Ward 6 

Manchester Ward 7 

Manchester Ward 8 

Manchester Ward 9 

Manchester Ward 10 

Manchester Ward 1 1 

Manchester Ward 12 

Mason 

Merrimack 

Milford 

Mont Vemon 

Nashua Ward 1 

Nashua Ward 2 

Nashua Ward 3 

Nashua Ward 4 

Nashua Ward 5 

Nashua Ward 6 

Nashua Ward 7 

Nashua Ward 8 

Nashua Ward 9 

New Boston 

New Ipswich 

Pel ham 

Peterborough 

Sharon 

Temple 

We are 

Wilton 

Windsor 



9,229 



4,666 
3,911 
2,367 
2,892 
2,419 
3,603 
3,127 
3,953 
3,388 
3,405 
2,497 
3,410 



— 


— 


4.166 


1.981 


— 


— 


700 


555 


— 


~1 


387 


266 


— 


— 


1.437 


770 


— 


— 


515 


363 


— 


— 


547 


391 


— 


— 


4.786 


2,878 


— 


— 


430 


313 


— 


— 


429 


400 


— 


— 


542 


524 


— 


— 


1.478 


939 


2,498 


1.627 


— 


— 


6,300 


4.139 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,250 


1,269 


— 


— 


517 


355 



2,406 


2,294 


2,185 


1,809 


1,933 


2,039 


1,092 


1,610 


2,279 


2,075 


1,658 


2,043 


1,625 


1,684 


1.769 


1,831 


2,248 


2,036 



3,460 



2,096 



399 
7,194 
3,937 

776 



1.557 
1,548 

1,559 

90 

386 

2,490 

1,102 

68 



283 
4.987 
2.460 

421 



887 
637 

1,725 
117 
333 

1,321 

913 

43 



Totals 



48,867 



29,453 



25,283 



39,290 



25,131 



434 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



MERRIMACK COUNTY OFFICES 













Reg. of 


Reg. of 




Sheriff 




Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 




Jordan, r Karolian, d 


St. Hilaire, r&d 


Trachy, r 


Guay, r&d 


Bradstreet, r&d 


Allenstown 


1.047 


972 


1,874 


1,591 


1,865 


1,841 


Andover 


681 


552 


1.117 


882 


1.146 


1.137 


Boscawen 


908 


642 


1,406 


1.209 


1,416 


1,391 


Bow 


2,764 


1,547 


3,895 


3,370 


3,894 


3,816 


Bradford 


331 


375 


829 


686 


840 


824 


Canterbury 


749 


622 


1,194 


1,006 


1,227 


1.188 


Chichester 


846 


475 


1,234 


1,091 


1,237 


1.198 


Concord Ward 1 


1,188 


1,019 


2,046 


1.700 


2,036 


1.996 


Concord Ward 2 


925 


793 


1,565 


1.283 


1,548 


1,519 


Concord Ward 3 


756 


688 


1,313 


1.064 


1,291 


1,259 


Concord Ward 4 


906 


1,139 


1,826 


1.384 


1,821 


1,798 


Concord Ward 5 


965 


993 


1 .693 


1,376 


1.718 


1,663 


Concord Ward 6 


710 


856 


1,441 


1,092 


1.415 


1,388 


Concord Ward 7 


1,114 


1,046 


1,924 


1.543 


1,936 


1,861 


Concord Ward 8 


1,070 


790 


1,673 


1,401 


1,710 


1,668 


Concord Ward 9 


832 


718 


1,426 


1,117 


1,428 


1,403 


Concord Ward 10 


1,578 


1,154 


2,438 


2,014 


2,435 


2,338 


Danbury 


355 


249 


491 


447 


524 


503 


Dunbarton 


904 


489 


1,279 


1,132 


1,295 


1,259 


Epsom 


1,320 


869 


2,034 


1,745 


2,038 


2.002 


Franklin Ward 1 


688 


568 


1,169 


1.028 


1.195 


1.135 


Franklin Ward 2 


491 


490 


921 


792 


909 


892 


Franklin Ward 3 


623 


622 


1.145 


1,026 


1,151 


1,118 


Henniker 


1,332 


934 


2,042 


1.727 


2,070 


2,038 


Hill 


275 


231 


479 


418 


481 


460 


Hooksett 


2.957 


2,983 


5.454 


4.750 


5,455 


5,404 


Hopkinton 


2,324 


1,221 


3.091 


2.617 


3,170 


3,141 


Loudon 


1,691 


875 


2,285 


2,018 


2,272 


2,210 


Newbury 


699 


447 


1,114 


931 


1,113 


1,103 


New London 


1,573 


999 


2,443 


2.071 


2,446 


2,422 


Northfield 


1.109 


964 


1,926 


1.682 


1,900 


1,793 


Pembroke 


1,910 


1,391 


3,056 


2.636 


3,060 


2,998 


Pittsfield 


1,085 


669 


1.620 


1,384 


1,631 


1,586 


Salisbury 


438 


258 


636 


544 


641 


641 


Sutton 


594 


466 


989 


959 


1,002 


995 


Warner 


958 


594 


1,384 


1,157 


1.382 


1,366 


Webster 


659 


306 


886 


768 


893 


884 


Wilmot 


392 


354 


678 


530 


365 


671 



Totals 



39.747 



30,360 



64,016 



54.171 



63,956 



62.909 



GENERAL ELECTION 



435 



MERRIMACK COUNTY OFFICES 



Allenstown 

Andover 

Boscawen 

Bow 

Bradford 

Canterbury 

Chichester 

Concord Ward 1 

Concord Ward 2 

Concord Ward 3 

Concord Ward 4 

Concord Ward 5 

Concord Ward 6 

Concord Ward 7 

Concord Ward 8 

Concord Ward 9 

Concord Ward 10 

Danbury 

Dunbarton 

Epsom 

Franklin Ward 1 

Franklin Ward 2 

Franklin Ward 3 

Henniker 

Hill 

Hooksett 

Hopkinton 

Loudon 

Newbury 

New London 

Northrield 

Pembroke 

Pittsfield 

Salisbury 

Sutton 

Warner 

Webster 

Wilmot 

Totals 



County Commissioners 

District 1 District 2 

Asplund-YValsh, r 

1,552 
648 



955 
1.045 



o 

I— « 
H 
U 
- 
- 
_ 

o 
z 



1,699 
965 
766 
967 

387 



1,928 



1,621 

2.579 

1 .337 

526 



District 3 
Colcord, r&d 



3.770 
830 



16,975 



495 

1 .253 



2,019 

5,343 
3,049 

1.070 
2.418 



954 
1,402 

668 

23,271 



436 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY OFFICES 



Sheriff 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerrield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



inehan, r Antul-Cabral, d 


2,247 


1,085 


1,878 


743 


1,292 


566 


1,584 


637 


1,713 


580 


1,562 


514 


1,468 


631 


8,369 


4,366 


776 


318 


1,878 


958 


4,064 


2,990 


1,308 


520 


1.176 


662 


3.176 


1,165 


5,319 


3,041 


925 


275 


717 


404 


2.112 


835 


7,262 


3,328 


455 


226 


587 


294 


355 


137 


2.184 


1,994 


1,395 


650 


1 ,703 


827 


1,230 


702 


1,428 


664 


2,544 


1.140 


814 


988 


892 


1,525 


674 


629 


1,473 


1,334 


1,011 


1,377 


2,892 


1,396 


2,156 


1,163 


7,792 


3,945 


1,843 


742 


2,385 


1,390 


282 


197 


2,399 


1,262 


3,996 


1,525 



Attorney 

Reams, r&d 

3,391 
2,373 
1,709 
2,032 
2,083 
1,794 
1,829 
11,323 
985 
2,545 
6,386 
1,641 
1,756 
3,738 
7,387 
1,073 
1,010 
2,588 
9,400 
631 
808 
440 
3,751 
1,762 
2,337 
1,800 
1,749 
3,255 
1,576 
2.117 
1,168 
2,535 
2,125 
3,940 
3,077 
11,360 
2,336 
3,286 
410 
3,353 
5,377 



Treasurer 




III, r Ahearn, d 


2.119 


1,611 


1,568 


973 


1,055 


754 


1,323 


850 


1,463 


804 


1,061 


897 


1,181 


832 


6,889 


6,014 


605 


433 


1,363 


1,397 


3,265 


3,741 


1,017 


747 


918 


891 


2,491 


1,695 


4,429 


3.865 


766 


421 


602 


478 


1,592 


1.217 


5,848 


4.514 


405 


271 


461 


393 


280 


189 


1,674 


2,429 


991 


990 


1,401 


1,129 


1,000 


901 


1,172 


860 


1.905 


1,651 


617 


1,162 


706 


1,724 


490 


799 


1,163 


1,621 


844 


1,551 


2,283 


1,921 


1,779 


1,503 


6,609 


5,770 


1,428 


1,058 


1,903 


1,798 


232 


230 


1,909 


1,712 


3,633 


2,316 



Totals 



89,316 



47,725 



124,236 



72,440 



64,112 



GENERAL ELECTION 



437 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY OFFICES 



Atkinson 

Auburn 

Brentwood 

Candia 

Chester 

Danville 

Deerfield 

Derry 

East Kingston 

Epping 

Exeter 

Fremont 

Greenland 

Hampstead 

Hampton 

Hampton Falls 

Kensington 

Kingston 

Londonderry 

New Castle 

Newfields 

Newington 

Newmarket 

Newton 

North Hampton 

Northwood 

Nottingham 

Plaistow 

Portsmouth Ward 1 

Portsmouth Ward 2 

Portsmouth Ward 3 

Portsmouth Ward 4 

Portsmouth Ward 5 

Raymond 

Rye 

Salem 

Sandown 

Seabrook 

South Hampton 

Stratham 

Windham 



Reg. 


of Deeds 


icey, r 


Mover, d 


2,580 


1.225 


1,922 


721 


1,127 


720 


1.550 


654 


1.609 


711 


1,294 


699 


1,325 


717 


7,828 


5,195 


724 


362 


1,683 


1.137 


3,516 


3.806 


1,184 


623 


1.069 


759 


2,834 


1,457 


4,668 


3,632 


835 


344 


647 


480 


1,853 


1,027 


7,018 


3,584 


436 


252 


514 


372 


320 


153 


2.012 


2,166 


1.191 


808 


1.464 


1,096 


1,163 


759 


1,283 


771 


2,295 


1.311 


737 


1 .054 


843 


1.586 


582 


712 


1,374 


1.432 


961 


1,443 


2,753 


1,513 


1.978 


1,338 


8.157 


4,617 


1,715 


809 


2.176 


1.887 


263 


206 


2,153 


1,528 


4,313 


1,734 



Reg. of Probate 
Christie, Jr., r Crapo, d 



2,222 


1,520 


1.689 


936 


1,067 


736 


1 ,363 


813 


1,508 


779 


1,128 


827 


1,176 


848 


7,040 


5,736 


655 


393 


1,516 


1,242 


3,527 


3,491 


1,072 


707 


957 


897 


2,519 


1,649 


4,492 


3,754 


907 


315 


651 


447 


1,752 


1.114 


6,018 


4,443 


383 


297 


483 


374 


291 


182 


1.753 


2,352 


1.044 


924 


1,430 


1.085 


1.030 


880 


1,165 


867 


1,982 


1.568 


621 


1,170 


700 


1,718 


511 


770 


1,189 


1.161 


848 


1,548 


2.372 


1,847 


1,679 


1,713 


6,717 


5,654 


1,464 


1,016 


2,025 


1.698 


245 


215 


2.000 


1.599 


3,730 


2,179 



Totals 



83.949 



55.400 



74.921 



61.464 



438 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY OFFICES 



County Commissioners 
District 1 District 2 District 3 

Pratt, r DiPentima, d Barrows, r DeChane, d Stritch, r Post, d 



Atkinson 


— 


— 


2,518 


1.224 








Auburn 




— 


— 


— 


1.886 


776 


Brentwood 


— - 


— 


1.224 


601 








Candia 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,326 


844 


Chester 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,457 


826 


Danville 


1,314 


630 


— 


— 








Deerfield 




— 


— 


— 


1.146 


865 


Derry 


— 


_.__ 


— 


— 


6.940 


5.788 


East Kingston 


732 


317 


— 


— 








Epping 


— 


— 


1.713 


1,057 








Exeter 


— 


— 


4.5 1 1 


2.763 








Fremont 






1.176 


611 








Greenland 


1.153 


658 













Hampstead 


— 


— 


2.897 


1 .330 








Hampton 


5,262 


3,046 


— 


— 








Hampton Falls 


888 


298 


— 


— 








Kensington 


709 


381 


— 


— 








Kingston 


1,864 


948 


— 


— 








Londonderry 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5,961 


4,454 


New Castle 


430 


240 


— 











Newfields 


— 


— 


599 


280 








Newington 


311 


154 












Newmarket 


— 


— 


2,173 


1.947 








Newton 


1.169 


787 













North Hampton 


1 ,654 


875 


— 











Northwood 


— 


— 


— 





986 


914 


Nottingham 




— 


— 





1,128 


882 


Plaistow 


2,299 


1,241 














Portsmouth Ward 1 


753 


1,028 













Portsmouth Ward 2 


895 


1 .503 


— 










Portsmouth Ward 3 


633 


634 


— 










Portsmouth Ward 4 


1,391 


1,391 













Portsmouth Ward 5 


1.013 


1 .373 


— 











Raymond 




— 


2.696 


1 .506 








Rye 


2.050 


1.184 


— 


— 








Salem 


— 


— 


7.499 


4,866 








Sandown 


— 


— 


1.642 


839 








Seabrook 


2,244 


1,461 


— 


— 








South Hampton 


274 


183 


— 











Stratham 


2,293 


1 .293 


— 


— 








Windham 








-— 


3.518 


2.379 


Totals 


29,331 


19.625 


28,648 


17.024 


24.348 


17.728 



GENERAL ELECTION 



439 



STRAFFORD COUNTY OFFICES 













Reg. of 


Reg. of 




Sheriff 


Attorney 


Treasurer 


Deeds 


Probate 




Estes, r&d 


Rundles, d&r 


Scruton, r 


Arnold, d 


Lessard, d&r 


Quint, d&r 


Barrington 


3.602 


3.565 


2,078 


1,806 


3.623 


3.501 


Dover Ward 1 


2.017 


1.999 


728 


1 ,367 


2,029 


1,999 


Dover Ward 2 


1,962 


1.923 


753 


1,322 


1.976 


1,911 


Dover Ward 3 


2.523 


2.463 


1,329 


1,351 


2.569 


2,444 


Dover Ward 4 


2.358 


2.324 


1,043 


1,433 


2.377 


2.316 


Dover Ward 5 


1.981 


1.929 


832 


1.220 


1.990 


1,942 


Dover Ward 6 


2.182 


2.135 


1,058 


1 .205 


2.208 


2,117 


Durham 


4,690 


4.842 


1.697 


3,297 


4.846 


4,691 


Fannington 


2.440 


2,395 


1.579 


1.108 


2.470 


2,369 


Lee 


2,039 


2,059 


872 


1 .263 


2.063 


1.982 


Madbury 


861 


850 


402 


505 


867 


839 


Middleton 


662 


624 


398 


305 


662 


644 


Milton 


1,768 


1.709 


906 


978 


1,847 


1,689 


New Durham 


1,128 


1.158 


759 


528 


1,196 


1,155 


Rochester Ward 1 


2.145 


2,085 


1,214 


1 .036 


2,166 


2,089 


Rochester Ward 2 


1.840 


1.808 


1.083 


885 


1,884 


1,826 


Rochester Ward 3 


1.967 


1.907 


1,099 


951 


1.979 


1.911 


Rochester Ward 4 


1,890 


1,855 


991 


1.009 


1,915 


1.862 


Rochester Ward 5 


1.853 


1,819 


1,067 


905 


1,878 


1,803 


Rochester Ward 6 


1 .575 


1,563 


814 


871 


1,598 


1,554 


Rollinsford 


1.292 


1,284 


571 


762 


1,318 


1,302 


Somersworth Ward 1 


1.126 


1,107 


505 


666 


1.130 


1.102 


Somersworth Ward 2 


866 


850 


367 


529 


881 


855 


Somersworth Ward 3 


923 


896 


384 


570 


921 


891 


Somersworth Ward 4 


1 ,073 


1,043 


460 


646 


1.068 


1.039 


Somersworth Ward 5 


760 


733 


280 


478 


762 


725 


Strafford 


1,866 


1.825 


1.085 


918 


1.853 


1,790 



Totals 



49,389 



48,750 



24,354 



27.914 



50.076 



48,348 



440 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



STRAFFORD COUNTY OFFICES 



County Commissioners 





Martel, r 


Schroeder, r 


Torr, r 


Chagnon, d 


Dumont, d 


Maglaras, d 


Barrington 


1,702 


1,971 


1,615 


1.636 


1.790 


1,784 


Dover Ward 1 


689 


671 


613 


1.179 


1.229 


1,293 


Dover Ward 2 


676 


720 


641 


1.100 


1,185 


1,285 


Dover Ward 3 


1.174 


1,248 


1,221 


1.143 


1,221 


1,347 


Dover Ward 4 


947 


1,044 


973 


1,200 


1,281 


1,386 


Dover Ward 5 


749 


816 


760 


1,046 


1,117 


1,180 


Dover Ward 6 


966 


1.056 


988 


1.009 


1,066 


1,188 


Durham 


1,555 


1,810 


1,495 


2.975 


3,088 


3,020 


Farmington 


1.061 


1,209 


1.097 


1.462 


1,090 


1,035 


Lee 


821 


934 


761 


1.103 


1,182 


1,192 


Madbury 


360 


429 


358 


440 


470 


483 


Middleton 


305 


326 


288 


377 


279 


269 


Milton 


830 


899 


827 


800 


843 


783 


New Durham 


616 


662 


592 


568 


481 


462 


Rochester Ward 1 


984 


1,065 


1,147 


937 


1,094 


991 


Rochester Ward 2 


828 


952 


932 


810 


973 


876 


Rochester Ward 3 


900 


973 


988 


843 


992 


897 


Rochester Ward 4 


797 


839 


946 


934 


1,104 


938 


Rochester Ward 5 


773 


900 


1,011 


847 


953 


868 


Rochester Ward 6 


636 


692 


748 


777 


875 


799 


Rollinsford 


510 


559 


479 


654 


686 


766 


Somersworth Ward 1 


468 


525 


445 


543 


619 


590 


Somersworth Ward 2 


339 


337 


316 


449 


493 


481 


Somersworth Ward 3 


354 


355 


315 


477 


522 


514 


Somersworth Ward 4 


402 


411 


365 


565 


635 


626 


Somersworth Ward 5 


256 


254 


220 


390 


435 


424 


Strafford 


873 


1,228 


800 


862 


862 


835 



Totals 



20,571 



22,885 



20.941 



25,126 



26.565 



26.3L 



GENERAL ELECTION 



441 



SULLIVAN COUNTY OFFICES 



Sheriff Attorney Treasurer 

Prozzo, Jr., r&d Hathaway, r&d Pitkin, r Sweeney, d King, r&d 



Acworth 


402 


Charlestown 


2,108 


Claremont Ward 1 


1,534 


Claremont Ward 2 


2.058 


Claremont Ward 3 


1.718 


Cornish 


941 


Croydon 


363 


Goshen 


364 


Grantham 


1,526 


Langdon 


306 


Lempster 


419 


Newport 


2.589 


Plainfield 


1,206 


Springfield 


588 


Sunapee 


1,725 


Unity 


668 


Washington 


522 



377 


216 


234 


2.050 


925 


1,216 


1,491 


687 


876 


1.971 


973 


1,107 


1.622 


796 


894 


921 


420 


538 


347 


240 


130 


360 


224 


151 


1,518 


791 


817 


302 


150 


161 


404 


257 


191 


2,509 


1.672 


1.017 


1.207 


526 


749 


582 


348 


272 


1,731 


1.141 


731 


622 


359 


314 


516 


303 


227 



eg. of 


R< 


>g. of 




)eeds 


Probate 




, r&d 


Davis, r 


Sanders, d 


383 


236 




212 


2,091 


1,130 




1,027 


1.453 


893 




691 


1,922 


1,269 




797 


1,631 


1.064 




654 


914 


498 




464 


359 


264 




109 


362 


282 




105 


1,530 


876 




734 


304 


177 




135 


421 


285 




166 


2,544 


1,976 




733 


1,192 


573 




689 


582 


408 




210 


1,750 


1.285 




600 


651 


394 




244 


522 


344 




182 



Totals 



19.037 



18.530 



10.028 



9,625 



18.611 



11,954 



7,752 



County Commissioners 



District 1 



Acworth 

Charlestown 

Claremont Ward 1 

Claremont Ward 2 

Claremont Ward 3 

Comish 

Croydon 

Goshen 

Grantham 

Langdon 

Lempster 

Newport 

Plainfield 

Springfield 

Sunapee 

Unity 

Washington 



o 

U 
- 

- 

o 



District 2 


District 3 


Nelson, r&d 


Adler, r 


Jarvis, d 


398 


195 


258 


2,030 


856 


1,261 


1.436 


696 


866 


1.884 


958 


1,063 


1.594 


793 


893 


890 


397 


556 


346 


206 


162 


355 


202 


175 


1.485 


740 


830 


303 


147 


154 


404 


239 


215 


2.546 


1.290 


1,300 


1.176 


505 


745 


568 


336 


280 


1,715 


1.038 


803 


637 


367 


340 


495 


292 


231 



Totals 



18,262 



9.257 



10,132 



442 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



COUNTY SUMMARY 



Ballots Cast 



Names on Checklist 



Regular Absentee Total Republican 

Belknap County 29,221 3,328 32,549 14,923 

Carroll County 24.663 3,722 28,385 12,520 

Cheshire County 38,229 3,407 41,636 13,397 

Coos County 15,342 1,791 17,133 6,119 

Grafton County 42,055 5.198 47,253 17,046 

Hillsborough County 179,605 17,031 196,636 79,774 

Merrimack County 71,079 6,734 77,813 31,214 

Rockingham County 146,014 14,278 160,292 63,815 

Strafford County 55,523 4,584 60,107 20,232 

Sullivan County 19,882 1,986 21,868 8,101 



Democratic Undeclared New Reg.* Total 



9,102 

6,699 
15,032 

6.303 
15,746 
67,560 
25,613 
51,402 
23,740 

7,198 



15,694 
16,449 
24,083 
8,969 
26,360 
98,593 
39,774 
87,808 
30,547 
12,048 



4,179 

2.902 

6,358 

2,036 

6,606 

28,093 

11,768 

18,744 

11,189 

2,556 



39,719 
35,668 
52,512 
21,391 
59,152 

245,927 
96,601 

203,025 
74,519 
27,347 



Totals 



621,613 



62,059 683,672 



267,141 



228,395 



360,325 94,431 855,861 



*People who registered to vote on election day. 



BELKNAP COUNTY 



Ballots Cast 



Names on Checklist 





Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg.* 


Total 


Alton 


2,729 


366 


3,095 


1,608 


591 


1,527 


299 


3,726 


Barnstead 


2,168 


182 


2,350 


935 


642 


1 ,458 


328 


3,035 


Belmont 


3,143 


237 


3,380 


1,705 


1,131 


1,432 


556 


4,268 


Center Harbor 


590 


125 


715 


358 


136 


362 


70 


856 


Gilford 


4,042 


567 


4,609 


2,234 


1,164 


2,317 


376 


5,715 


Gilmanton 


1,894 


155 


2.049 


934 


518 


1,015 


267 


2,467 


Laconia Wdl 


1,333 


218 


1,551 


810 


430 


699 


194 


1,939 


Laconia Wd2 


1.068 


139 


1,207 


540 


373 


390 


201 


1,303 


Laconia Wd3 


1,104 


124 


1,228 


510 


356 


607 


176 


1,473 


Laconia Wd4 


1,174 


104 


1,278 


566 


439 


594 


223 


1,599 


Laconia Wd5 


984 


108 


1,092 


458 


387 


511 


177 


1,356 


Laconia Wd6 


1 ,456 


111 


1 ,567 


701 


450 


556 


238 


1,707 


Meredith 


3,184 


471 


3.655 


1.634 


790 


1,986 


392 


4,410 


New Hampton 


1,114 


113 


1,227 


529 


310 


581 


156 


1,420 


Sanbornton 


1,618 


124 


1,742 


607 


776 


748 


223 


2,131 


Tilton 


1,620 


184 


1.804 


794 


609 


911 


303 


2,314 


Totals 


29,221 


3,328 


32,549 


14,923 


9,102 


15,694 


4,179 


39,719 



GENERAL ELECTION 



443 



CARROLL COUNTY 







Ballots Cast 






Names on Checklist 






Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg.* 


Total 


Albany 


360 


37 


397 


139 


107 


270 


62 


516 


Bartlett 


1.721 


226 


1947 


850 


586 


1.079 


260 


2515 


Brookfield 


399 


47 


446 


190 


87 


183 


38 


460 


Chatham 


181 


14 


195 


87 


37 


90 


25 


214 


Conway 


4,482 


643 


5125 


1975 


1,364 


3.419 


606 


6758 


Eaton 


245 


31 


276 


106 


73 


137 


21 


316 


Effingham 


660 


66 


726 


275 


164 


486 


103 


925 


Freedom 


835 


123 


958 


384 


166 


671 


112 


1221 


Hale's Location 


85 


24 


109 


65 


11 


51 


5 


127 


Hart's Location 


25 


6 


31 


10 


6 


15 


2 


31 


Jackson 


574 


156 


730 


216 


134 


488 


45 


838 


Madison 


1,238 


131 


1369 


478 


267 


897 


143 


1642 


Moultonborough 


2,482 


513 


2995 


1512 


519 


1,697 


203 


3728 


Ossipee 


1.895 


230 


2125 


1116 


587 


1 ,203 


253 


2906 


Sandwich 


897 


126 


1023 


426 


378 


293 


53 


1097 


Tamworth 


1,384 


153 


1537 


606 


477 


857 


137 


1940 


Tuftonboro 


1.395 


230 


1625 


790 


225 


957 


186 


1972 


Wakefield 


2.215 


340 


2555 


1205 


592 


1,458 


366 


3255 


Wolfeboro 


3.590 


626 


4216 


2090 


919 


2,198 


282 


5207 


Totals 


24.663 


3.722 


28,385 


12,520 


6,699 


16.449 


2,902 


35.668 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 







Ballots Cast 






Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Alstead 


999 


88 


1,087 


Chesterfield 


1,955 


189 


2,144 


Dublin 


977 


129 


1.106 


Fitzwilliam 


1,198 


123 


1.321 


Gilsum 


421 


19 


440 


Harrisville 


635 


91 


726 


Hinsdale 


1,780 


109 


1,889 


Jaffrey 


2,731 


261 


2.992 


Keene Ward 1 


2.210 


104 


2.314 


Keene Ward 2 


2,332 


202 


2.534 


Keene Ward 3 


2,176 


237 


2.413 


Keene Ward 4 


2,390 


220 


2,610 


Keene Ward 5 


2,439 


285 


2.724 


Marlborough 


1.102 


98 


1.200 


Marlow 


422 


31 


453 


Nelson 


378 


57 


435 


Richmond 


598 


54 


652 


Rindge 


2,995 


182 


3.177 


Roxbury 


142 


15 


157 


Stoddard 


578 


76 


654 


Sullivan 


401 


22 


423 


Surry 


444 


30 


474 


Swanzey 


3.246 


272 


3.518 


Troy 


996 


55 


1,051 


Walpole 


2,027 


187 


2,214 


Westmoreland 


913 


115 


1,028 


Winchester 


1,744 


156 


1,900 



Names on Checklist 



Republican Democratic Undeclared New Reg.* Total 



Totals 



38,229 



3.407 



41.636 



335 
745 
493 
449 
139 
118 
577 

1091 
516 
714 
763 
970 
982 
288 
146 
127 
220 

1149 

34 

251 

96 

190 

1194 
343 
612 
295 
560 

13,397 



403 
693 
383 
388 
117 
211 
701 
884 
212 
337 
121 
127 
211 
493 
142 
187 
185 
652 
69 
171 
103 
140 
1.167 
408 
511 
257 
759 



15.032 



605 


111 


1.343 


1.146 


246 


2,584 


485 


97 


1,361 


818 


122 


1,655 


252 


84 


508 


515 


73 


844 


1.071 


300 


2,349 


1,749 


321 


3,724 


1,527 


887 


3.255 


1,319 


523 


3.370 


1.255 


424 


3.139 


1,207 


385 


3.304 


1,275 


390 


3,468 


723 


161 


1,504 


284 


37 


572 


233 


33 


547 


356 


77 


761 


2,398 


608 


4,199 


80 


21 


183 


360 


76 


782 


270 


87 


469 


220 


64 


550 


1.995 


515 


4.356 


673 


140 


1,424 


1.472 


216 


2,595 


622 


99 


1.174 


1173 


261 


2,492 


4.083 


6.358 


52,512 



444 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



COOS COUNTY 



Ballots Cast 



Regular Absentee Total 



Names on Checklist 
Republican Democratic Undeclared New Reg.* Total 



Atkinson & Gilmanton 








Academy Grant 


— 


— 


— 


Bean's Grant 


— 


— 


— 


Bean's Purchase 


— 


— 


— 


Berlin Ward 1 


1,089 


96 


1,185 


Berlin Ward 2 


1,135 


114 


1,249 


Berlin Ward 3 


1,279 


132 


1,411 


Berlin Ward 4 


1,026 


86 


1,112 


Cambridge 


2 


— 


2 


Carroll 


432 


73 


505 


Chandler's Purchase 


— 


— 


— 


Clarksville 


130 


21 


151 


Colebrook 


955 


76 


1,031 


Columbia 


316 


44 


360 


Crawford's Purchase 


— 


— 


— 


Cutt's Grant 


— 


— 


— 


Dalton 


459 


52 


511 


Dix's Grant 


— 


— 


— 


Dixville 


17 


9 


26 


Dummer 


166 


25 


191 


Errol 


185 


16 


201 


Erving's Location 


— 


— 


— 


Gorham 


1,553 


149 


1,702 


Green's Grant 


3 


— 


3 


Hadley's Purchase 


— 


— 


— 


Jefferson 


528 


76 


604 


Kilkenny 


— 


— 


— 


Lancaster 


1,528 


200 


1,728 


Low & Burbank's Grant 


— 


— 


— 


Martin's Location 


— 


— 


— 


Milan 


661 


80 


741 


Millsfield 


10 


5 


15 


Northumberland 


948 


118 


1.066 


Odell 


— 


— 


— 


Pinkham's Grant 


18 


5 


23 


Pittsburg 


472 


56 


528 


Randolph 


213 


62 


275 


Sargents Purchase 


— 


— 


— 


Second College Grant 


— 


— 


— 


Shelbume 


246 


41 


287 


Stark 


259 


40 


299 


Stewartstown 


371 


58 


429 


Stratford 


287 


18 


305 


Success 


— 


— 


— 


Thompson & Meserve's Pur. 


— 


— 


— 


Wentworth's Location 


25 


2 


27 


Whiteneld 


1,029 


137 


1,166 


Totals 


15,342 


1,791 


17,133 



231 
272 
437 
152 
1 
180 

53 
532 
176 



193 

11 
56 

54 

548 



317 
836 

238 

369 

1 
321 

87 



104 

76 

172 

109 



5 
588 

6,119 



690 
648 
728 
606 

133 

20 

227 

65 



87 

2 
39 
19 

840 



101 
465 

230 

495 

8 
78 
86 



68 

104 

76 

98 



9 
381 

6.303 



558 


186 


1,479 


648 


169 


1,568 


558 


164 


1.723 


445 


189 


1,203 


3 


— 


4 


267 


74 


580 


111 


9 


184 


780 


127 


1.539 


175 


50 


416 



373 



56 



653 



13 


— 


26 


130 


13 


225 


191 


18 


264 


664 


184 


2,052 


3 


— 


3 


291 


72 


709 


936 


196 


2,237 


387 


80 


855 


15 


4 


15 


596 


109 


1,460 


24 





33 


261 


38 


660 


110 


16 


283 


149 


27 


321 


168 


17 


348 


356 


62 


604 


207 


46 


414 


20 


6 


34 


530 


124 


1.499 


,969 


2,036 


21,391 



GENERAL ELECTION 



445 



GRAFTON COUNTY 







Ballots Cast 






Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Alexandria 


785 


65 


850 


Ashland 


1.001 


74 


1,075 


Bath 


439 


42 


481 


Benton 


153 


27 


180 


Bethlehem 


1.243 


174 


1,417 


Bridgewater 


550 


87 


637 


Bristol 


1,454 


170 


1,624 


Campton 


1,509 


145 


1.654 


Canaan 


1,554 


152 


1.706 


Dorchester 


162 


26 


188 


Easton 


168 


22 


190 


Ellsworth 


51 


9 


60 


Enfield 


2.171 


221 


2,392 


Franconia 


606 


145 


751 


Grafton 


595 


28 


623 


Groton 


280 


24 


304 


Hanover 


5,635 


1.046 


6,681 


Haverhill 


1,872 


219 


2.091 


Hebron 


357 


66 


423 


Holderness 


1.132 


166 


1.298 


Landaff 


220 


20 


240 


Lebanon Ward 1 


2.020 


232 


2,252 


Lebanon Ward 2 


1,917 


249 


2,166 


Lebanon Ward 3 


1,815 


200 


2,015 


Lincoln 


738 


107 


845 


Lisbon 


670 


58 


728 


Littleton 


2,717 


365 


3,082 


Livermore 











Lyman 


284 


27 


311 


Lyme 


1.032 


147 


1.179 


Monroe 


460 


62 


522 


Orange 


159 


11 


170 


Orford 


654 


54 


708 


Piermont 


376 


59 


435 


Plymouth 


3,340 


214 


3,554 


Rumney 


870 


102 


972 


Sugar Hill 


367 


40 


407 


Thornton 


978 


156 


1.134 


Warren 


483 


24 


507 


Waterville Valley 


144 


52 


196 


Wentworth 


447 


39 


486 


Woodstock 


647 


72 


719 


Totals 


42.055 


5.198 


47.253 



Names on Checklist 



Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg.* 


Total 


334 


195 


547 


63 


1.076 


450 


284 


574 


195 


1.308 


195 


82 


301 


46 


578 


96 


40 


93 


22 


229 


518 


403 


841 


163 


1.762 


361 


147 


283 


77 


791 


683 


281 


1,063 


229 


2,027 


598 


454 


994 


301 


2,046 


601 


511 


1.144 


221 


2,256 


65 


32 


135 


17 


232 


59 


71 


97 


16 


227 


20 


3 


52 


4 


75 


796 


876 


1.161 


323 


2,833 


238 


203 


417 


67 


858 


241 


157 


429 


72 


827 


122 


51 


194 


39 


367 


1,362 


3,370 


3,524 


706 


8,256 


1,253 


434 


883 


258 


2,570 


225 


61 


191 


32 


477 


353 


505 


736 


142 


1.594 


94 


56 


124 


31 


274 


783 


1.041 


1.179 


320 


3,003 


696 


1,050 


1,019 


313 


2.765 


751 


920 


877 


291 


2,548 


323 


233 


616 


103 


1.172 


380 


175 


367 


118 


922 


1,543 


915 


1,394 


366 


3,852 


108 


58 


190 


34 


356 


258 


465 


498 


83 


1.221 


281 


100 


181 


35 


562 


58 


50 


97 


15 


205 


256 


188 


443 


91 


887 


157 


103 


263 


36 


523 


1,082 


1,336 


2,578 


1.197 


4.996 


414 


170 


571 


107 


1.155 


133 


132 


201 


24 


466 


388 


241 


1,005 


165 


1.634 


226 


72 


292 


56 


590 


59 


31 


134 


17 


224 


240 


81 


226 


75 


547 


246 


169 


446 


136 


861 


17.046 


15.746 


26,360 


6.606 


59.152 



446 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 





Ballots Cast 






Nai 


nes on Checklist 






Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg.* 


Total 


Amherst 


6.202 


1,002 


7,204 


3,178 


1,898 


2.953 


591 


8,029 


Antrim 


1,342 


81 


1.423 


497 


411 


785 


196 


1,693 


Bedford 


9,237 


1,789 


1 1 .026 


7.125 


3,187 


4,642 


582 


14,954 


Bennington 


700 


53 


753 


324 


233 


422 


128 


979 


Brookline 


2,437 


186 


2.623 


852 


504 


1,593 


263 


2,949 


Deering 


937 


51 


988 


385 


203 


601 


156 


1.189 


Francestown 


964 


94 


1,058 


417 


260 


572 


121 


1,249 


Goffstown 


8,253 


591 


8,844 


4,043 


2,756 


4,555 


1.142 


11,354 


Greenfield 


797 


48 


845 


279 


345 


409 


155 


1,033 


Greenville 


881 


65 


946 


229 


268 


782 


119 


1.279 


Hancock 


1,071 


145 


1.216 


443 


370 


641 


120 


1.454 


Hillsborough 


2,572 


183 


2.755 


1,049 


614 


1.774 


443 


3.437 


Hollis 


4.359 


539 


4,898 


1.906 


1,026 


2,316 


382 


5,248 


Hudson 


1 1 .026 


664 


1 1 .690 


4,644 


3,654 


6,585 


1.676 


14,883 


Litchfield 


3.946 


224 


4,170 


1,497 


1,014 


2,689 


511 


5,200 


Lyndeborough 


886 


94 


980 


324 


149 


783 


90 


1,256 


Manchester Ward 1 


4.941 


649 


5,590 


2,526 


2,289 


1,904 


762 


6,719 


Manchester Ward 2 


4.134 


461 


4.595 


1,836 


1,902 


1,749 


918 


5,487 


Manchester Ward 3 


2.545 


359 


2,904 


863 


1,352 


1,198 


748 


3,413 


Manchester Ward 4 


3.175 


263 


3,438 


1,258 


1,618 


1,682 


848 


4,558 


Manchester Ward 5 


2,679 


165 


2,844 


918 


1 ,538 


1,254 


796 


3.710 


Manchester Ward 6 


3.932 


338 


4.270 


1.910 


1,887 


1.831 


689 


5,628 


Manchester Ward 7 


3,424 


232 


3.656 


1,444 


1,877 


1 .434 


704 


4.755 


Manchester Ward 8 


4,332 


314 


4,646 


1,973 


1,857 


1.870 


815 


5,700 


Manchester Ward 9 


3,713 


283 


3,996 


1,366 


1,855 


1,441 


762 


4,662 


Manchester Ward 10 


3,702 


335 


4.037 


1,589 


2,047 


1,548 


737 


5,184 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


2,875 


155 


3,030 


1,182 


1,481 


1,512 


784 


4.175 


Manchester Ward 12 


3,668 


456 


4,124 


1,962 


1,703 


1,897 


1,065 


5,562 


Mason 


786 


58 


844 


212 


133 


589 


67 


934 


Merrimack 


13.796 


1,002 


14.798 


6,767 


4,555 


7.159 


1 ,555 


18,481 


Milford 


6,893 


485 


7.378 


3,252 


2.068 


3,295 


1.058 


8,615 


Mont Vernon 


1,254 


127 


1,381 


547 


367 


732 


128 


1.646 


Nashua Ward 1 


5.002 


495 


5.497 


2,200 


2.032 


2.668 


719 


6,900 


Nashua Ward 2 


4,224 


392 


4,616 


1,954 


1,602 


2.497 


678 


6.053 


Nashua Ward 3 


4,229 


365 


4,594 


1,619 


1,746 


2,464 


838 


5.829 


Nashua Ward 4 


2,654 


398 


3,052 


828 


1,595 


1,843 


807 


4,266 


Nashua Ward 5 


4,657 


451 


5.108 


1,802 


1.774 


2,790 


565 


6.366 


Nashua Ward 6 


3,828 


349 


4.177 


1,256 


1,885 


2,031 


742 


5.172 


Nashua Ward 7 


3,510 


290 


3,800 


1,229 


1,646 


1,953 


695 


4,828 


Nashua Ward 8 


3,919 


398 


4.317 


1,554 


1,687 


2,491 


708 


5,732 


Nashua Ward 9 


4,535 


508 


5,043 


1,786 


1.767 


2.773 


620 


6,326 


New Boston 


2.610 


218 


2.828 


1,259 


667 


1,554 


339 


3,480 


New Ipswich 


2,258 


166 


2.424 


1,100 


400 


1,560 


310 


3.060 


Pelham 


6.154 


411 


6.565 


1,851 


1,555 


4,613 


571 


8.019 


Peterborough 


3,333 


451 


3.784 


1,349 


1,477 


1,917 


348 


4,743 


Sharon 


211 


27 


238 


68 


68 


134 


28 


270 


Temple 


759 


70 


829 


219 


189 


505 


94 


913 


We are 


4,092 


312 


4.404 


2,127 


1,253 


2,232 


632 


5,612 


Wilton 


2.044 


230 


2.274 


743 


758 


1,267 


271 


2,768 


Windsor 


127 


9 


136 


33 


38 


104 


17 


175 



Totals 



179,605 



17,031 196.636 



79.774 



67,560 



98,593 28,093 245,927 



GENERAL ELECTION 



447 



MERRIMACK COUNTY 





1 


Ballots Cast 






Names on Checkl 


list 






Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg.* 


Total 


Allenstown 


2.117 


93 


2,210 


636 


919 


1,224 


445 


2.779 


Andover 


1,257 


121 


1 .378 


439 


428 


771 


177 


1.638 


Boscawen 


1,595 


114 


1,709 


650 


433 


1.167 


307 


2.250 


Bow 


4.312 


416 


4,728 


2,331 


1,268 


2.070 


427 


5.669 


Bradford 


883 


102 


985 


332 


251 


523 


122 


1.106 


Canterbury 


1,395 


158 


1,553 


464 


479 


972 


156 


1.915 


Chichester 


1,323 


100 


1,423 


505 


287 


951 


175 


1,743 


Concord Ward 1 


2.245 


159 


2,404 


925 


950 


1.321 


540 


3,196 


Concord Ward 2 


1,742 


131 


1,873 


646 


730 


1.231 


429 


2.607 


Concord Ward 3 


1.408 


171 


1.579 


615 


664 


697 


202 


1.976 


Concord Ward 4 


1.980 


272 


2,252 


715 


1,133 


1,203 


501 


3.051 


Concord Ward 5 


2.018 


474 


2.492 


986 


1,226 


1,147 


332 


3,359 


Concord Ward 6 


1.596 


144 


1.740 


587 


887 


929 


346 


2.403 


Concord Ward 7 


2,150 


234 


2.384 


930 


1.182 


821 


293 


2,933 


Concord Ward 8 


1.860 


136 


1,996 


730 


706 


895 


476 


2,331 


Concord Ward 9 


1.609 


120 


1.729 


782 


750 


941 


390 


2,473 


Concord Ward 10 


2.707 


318 


3,025 


1,180 


1.069 


1.416 


395 


3,665 


Danbury 


593 


53 


646 


263 


128 


393 


92 


784 


Dunbarton 


1.417 


109 


1,526 


761 


425 


711 


150 


1.897 


Epsom 


2.174 


191 


2.365 


1.023 


611 


1,095 


271 


2.729 


Franklin Ward 1 


1.271 


73 


1.344 


448 


370 


881 


267 


1.699 


Franklin Ward 2 


1.000 


75 


1 .075 


310 


278 


801 


237 


1,389 


Franklin Ward 3 


1 .263 


100 


1.363 


468 


466 


793 


247 


1,727 


Henniker 


2,286 


196 


2.482 


921 


854 


1,430 


397 


3,205 


Hill 


526 


25 


551 


203 


91 


386 


83 


680 


Hooksett 


6,223 


414 


6.637 


3,382 


2,159 


1,709 


1,151 


7.250 


Hopkinton 


3.352 


471 


3.823 


1.633 


1 ,5 1 3 


1.360 


277 


4.506 


Loudon 


2,638 


142 


2,780 


1,182 


553 


1,643 


445 


3.378 


New London 


2,445 


524 


2.969 


1,366 


665 


1.513 


300 


3.544 


Newbury 


1.098 


189 


1.287 


489 


317 


722 


133 


1,528 


Northfield 


2,194 


118 


2.312 


910 


592 


1,440 


411 


2.942 


Pembroke 


3,549 


223 


3,772 


1,556 


1,276 


2,021 


617 


4,853 


Pittsfield 


1 .845 


126 


1,971 


902 


498 


1.368 


319 


2.768 


Salisbury 


713 


45 


758 


270 


169 


481 


111 


920 


Sutton 


1.068 


93 


1.161 


440 


361 


619 


120 


1.420 


Warner 


1,534 


157 


1.691 


621 


519 


923 


197 


2.063 


Webster 


968 


64 


1.032 


323 


199 


676 


154 


1.198 


Wilmot 


725 


83 


808 


290 


207 


530 


76 


1.027 



Totals 



71.079 



6.734 77.813 



31,214 



25,613 



39.774 11.768 96.601 



448 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 





] 


Ballots Cast 






Names on Checklist 




Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg. 


* Total 


Atkinson 


3,965 


374 


4,339 


1.773 


1.130 


2,442 


322 


5,345 


Auburn 


2,807 


164 


2,971 


1,346 


795 


1,412 


416 


3,553 


Brentwood 


1,836 


233 


2,069 


906 


560 


998 


183 


2,464 


Candia 


2,375 


129 


2,504 


1,310 


675 


1,013 


281 


2,998 


Chester 


2,554 


140 


2,694 


1,219 


520 


1,277 


403 


3,016 


Danville 


2,114 


103 


2,217 


880 


565 


1,327 


278 


2,772 


Deerfield 


2,279 


190 


2,469 


1,236 


740 


1,274 


260 


3,250 


Derry 


14,011 


940 


14,951 


6,462 


4,500 


8,164 


2,362 


19,126 


East Kingston 


1,118 


79 


1,197 


541 


295 


531 


98 


1,367 


Epping 


2,903 


246 


3,149 


1,066 


910 


2,395 


411 


4,371 


Exeter 


7,213 


1,091 


8,304 


3.656 


3,335 


3,413 


831 


10,404 


Fremont 


1,921 


128 


2,049 


678 


355 


1,494 


258 


2,527 


Greenland 


2,114 


170 


2,284 


861 


542 


1,190 


257 


2,593 


Hampstead 


4,495 


470 


4,965 


2,274 


1.416 


2,766 


382 


6,456 


Hampton 


8,168 


1.323 


9,491 


3,378 


3,383 


5,295 


795 


12,056 


Hampton Falls 


1,232 


152 


1,384 


640 


242 


729 


102 


1,611 


Kensington 


1,183 


93 


1,276 


462 


297 


821 


107 


1,580 


Kingston 


3.020 


263 


3,283 


1,510 


996 


1,520 


288 


4.026 


Londonderry 


11,248 


980 


12,228 


5,567 


3,766 


5,759 


1,236 


15,092 


New Castle 


648 


145 


793 


370 


199 


429 


44 


998 


Newfields 


921 


61 


982 


332 


247 


522 


76 


1.101 


Newington 


491 


68 


559 


254 


104 


283 


54 


641 


Newmarket 


4,465 


366 


4,83 1 


1 ,43 1 


2,408 


2,806 


820 


6,645 


Newton 


2,161 


141 


2,302 


732 


713 


1,581 


203 


3,026 


North Hampton 


2,527 


397 


2,924 


1,384 


918 


1,979 


196 


4,281 


Northwood 


1,993 


204 


2.197 


704 


471 


1,637 


323 


2,812 


Nottingham 


2,293 


199 


2,492 


869 


656 


1,162 


301 


2,687 


Plaistow 


3,881 


283 


4,164 


1,448 


1,044 


3,465 


580 


5,957 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


1,946 


183 


2,129 


566 


1.094 


1,221 


390 


2,881 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


2,599 


353 


2,952 


655 


1,670 


1,665 


517 


3,990 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


1,371 


179 


1.550 


439 


799 


708 


230 


1,946 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


2,923 


355 


3,278 


1,196 


1,490 


1,604 


498 


4,290 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


2,433 


463 


2,896 


737 


1,437 


1,615 


361 


3,789 


Raymond 


4,556 


271 


4,827 


1,830 


1,279 


3,266 


741 


6,375 


Rye 


3,051 


749 


3,800 


1,822 


1,394 


1,632 


259 


4,848 


Salem 


13,564 


971 


14,535 


5,267 


5,055 


7,331 


1,868 


17,653 


Sandown 


2,661 


205 


2,866 


1,036 


748 


1,805 


351 


3,589 


Seabrook 


3,943 


452 


4,395 


1,653 


1,553 


2,875 


395 


6.081 


South Hampton 


495 


56 


551 


129 


125 


382 


30 


636 


Stratham 


3,903 


443 


4,346 


2,009 


1,268 


2,693 


478 


5,970 


Windham 


6,633 


466 


7,099 


3,187 


1,708 


3,327 


759 


8,222 


Totals 


[46,014 


14,278 


160,292 


63,815 


51.402 


87,808 


18,744 


203,025 



CONSTITUTION OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



449 



STRAFFORD COUNTY 





Ballots Cast 






Names on Checklist 






Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg.* 


Total 


Barrington 


4.122 


236 


4,358 


1660 


1.504 


2,368 


645 


5,532 


Dover Ward 1 


2,217 


168 


2,385 


723 


1,301 


1.338 


632 


3,362 


Dover Ward 2 


2,182 


201 


2,383 


722 


1,341 


1,239 


553 


3,302 


Dover Ward 3 


2,686 


343 


3,029 


1136 


1,221 


1,312 


336 


3,669 


Dover Ward 4 


2,614 


238 


2,852 


1003 


1,249 


1,282 


412 


3,534 


Dover Ward 5 


2,114 


180 


2,294 


759 


973 


1.270 


526 


3,002 


Dover Ward 6 


2,517 


209 


2,726 


944 


1.008 


1.196 


375 


3.148 


Durham 


5.615 


524 


6,139 


1374 


2,725 


3,531 


1695 


7,630 


Farmington 


2,707 


163 


2,870 


1106 


1,082 


1,646 


492 


3,834 


Lee 


2,240 


215 


2,455 


732 


1,014 


1,167 


316 


2,913 


Madbury 


936 


101 


1,037 


314 


334 


591 


151 


1,239 


Middleton 


758 


38 


796 


266 


226 


479 


168 


971 


Milton 


1,956 


132 


2,088 


766 


637 


1,279 


378 


2,682 


New Durham 


1,282 


124 


1,406 


629 


392 


663 


189 


1,684 


Rochester Ward 1 


2,458 


193 


2,651 


975 


798 


1.075 


524 


2.848 


Rochester Ward 2 


2,134 


196 


2.330 


956 


830 


1.116 


395 


2,902 


Rochester Ward 3 


2,256 


175 


2,431 


1042 


901 


1,203 


534 


3,146 


Rochester Ward 4 


2,100 


167 


2,267 


721 


900 


803 


437 


2,424 


Rochester Ward 5 


2,122 


191 


2,313 


839 


819 


868 


406 


2,526 


Rocheser Ward 6 


1,788 


117 


1,905 


699 


783 


990 


427 


2,472 


Rollinsford 


1,397 


121 


1.518 


465 


551 


824 


213 


1,840 


Somersworth Ward 1 


1,220 


109 


1,329 


341 


564 


608 


251 


1.513 


Somersworth Ward 2 


934 


84 


1,018 


268 


461 


639 


207 


1,368 


Somersworth Ward 3 


1,022 


61 


1.083 


299 


460 


682 


209 


1,441 


Somersworth Ward 4 


1,195 


70 


1,265 


381 


589 


722 


249 


1,692 


Somersworth Ward 5 


848 


57 


905 


158 


350 


508 


224 


1.016 


Strafford 


2,103 


171 


2,274 


954 


727 


1.148 


245 


2,829 


Totals 


55,523 


4,584 


60.107 


20,232 


23,740 


30,547 


11.189 


74,519 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 







Ballots Cast 






Names on Checklist 




Regular 


Absentee 


Total 


Republican 


Democratic 


Undeclared 


New Reg.* 


Total 


Acworth 


477 


50 


527 


103 


136 


410 


58 


649 


Charlestown 


2,195 


136 


2331 


690 


740 


1,550 


264 


2,980 


Claremont Ward 1 


1,659 


115 


1774 


613 


875 


854 


312 


2,342 


Claremont Ward 2 


2,066 


179 


2245 


932 


904 


1,014 


304 


2,850 


Claremont Ward 3 


1,761 


136 


1897 


623 


714 


1,246 


309 


2,583 


Cornish 


958 


93 


1051 


382 


444 


361 


80 


1,187 


Croydon 


370 


38 


408 


170 


79 


214 


41 


463 


Goshen 


385 


43 


428 


175 


131 


231 


39 


537 


Grantham 


1,616 


213 


1829 


742 


509 


1,034 


139 


2,285 


Langdon 


350 


1 


351 


142 


93 


212 


41 


447 


Lempster 


476 


41 


517 


171 


114 


342 


89 


627 


Newport 


2,643 


243 


2886 


1,288 


966 


1,384 


408 


3,638 


Plainfield 


1,265 


154 


1419 


337 


488 


730 


98 


1,555 


Springfield 


665 


78 


743 


339 


176 


368 


93 


883 


Sunapee 


1,770 


333 


2103 


898 


474 


1,277 


150 


2,649 


Unity 


685 


62 


747 


250 


224 


458 


78 


932 


Washington 


541 


71 


612 


246 


131 


363 


53 


740 


Totals 


19,882 


1,986 


21,868 


8,101 


7,198 


12,048 


2,556 


27,347 



450 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT QUESTION 



Following is the question submitted to the qualified voters of New Hampshire on November 
2, 2004, together with the vote on the question: 

"Are you in favor of repealing and reenacting part II, article 73-a of the constitution in order 
to clarify that both the judiciary and legislature have the authority to regulate court practices 
and procedures and to resolve potential conflicts that may arise so that it reads as follows: 

[Art.] 73-a. [Court Practices and Procedures.] The chief justice of the supreme court shall be 
the administrative head of all the courts in the state. The chief justice shall have the power, 
with the concurrence of a majority of the other supreme court justices, to make rules of gen- 
eral application regulating court administration and the practice, procedure, and admissibili- 
ty of evidence, in all courts in the state. The legislature shall have a concurrent power to 
regulate the same matters by statutes of general application, except that such legislative 
enactments may not abridge the judiciary's necessary adjudicatory functions. In the event of 
a conflict between a rule promulgated by the judiciary and a statute enacted by the legisla- 
ture, the statute, if not otherwise contrary to this constitution shall prevail over the rule." 

Yes 271,091 No 205,589 



GENERAL ELECTION 



451 



CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT QUESTION 



SUMMARY BY COUNTIES 



YES 



NO 



Belknap Count) 


14.408 


8.944 


Carroll County 


16.216 


12.399 


Cheshire County 


12,150 


9,083 


Coos County 


6.876 


4,866 


Grafton Count) 


16,906 


16.092 


Hillsborough County 


80.616 


56.415 


Merrimack County 


27,804 


27.355 


Rockingham County 


66,087 


44.172 


Strafford County 


22.171 


18.365 


Sullivan County 


7.857 


7,898 



Totals 



271.091 



205,589 



BELKNAP COUNTY 



CARROLL COUNTY 



YES 



NO 



YES 



NO 



Alton 
Barnstead 
Belmont 
Center Harbor 
Gilford 
Gilmanton 
Laconia Wdl 
Laconia Wd2 
Laconia Wd3 
Laconia Wd4 
Laconia Wd5 
Laconia Wd6 
Meredith 
New Hampton 
Sanbornton 
Tilton 

Totals 



1,423 


794 


Albany 


139 


133 


942 


732 


Bartlett 


800 


708 


1,345 


967 


Brookfield 


195 


148 


392 


163 


Chatham 


77 


70 


2,294 


1.111 


Conway 


1.940 


1,870 


784 


681 


Eaton 


99 


105 


713 


432 


Effingham 


287 


274 


532 


310 


Freedom 


427 


330 


554 


330 


Hale's Location 


52 


27 


585 


364 


Hart's Location 


7 


19 


458 


289 


Jackson 


306 


218 


723 


410 


Madison 


513 


517 


1.711 


915 


Moultonborough 


1,653 


658 


513 


389 


Ossipee 


881 


701 


702 


558 


Sandwich 


430 


342 


737 


499 


Tamworth 


495 


631 






Tuftonboro 


757 


449 


4,408 


8.944 


Wakefield 


1.189 


723 






Wolfeboro 


1 .903 


1.160 



Totals 



12.150 



9,083 



452 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



CHESHIRE COUNTY 



COOS COUNTY 



YES 



NO 



YES 



NO 



Alstead 

Chesterfield 

Dublin 

Fitzwilliam 

Gilsum 

Harrisville 

Hinsdale 

Jaffrey 

Keene Ward 1 

Keene Ward 2 

Keene Ward 3 

Keene Ward 4 

Keene Ward 5 

Marlborough 

Marlow 

Nelson 

Richmond 

Rindge 

Roxbury 

Stoddard 

Sullivan 

Surry 

Swanzey 

Troy 

Walpole 

Westmoreland 

Winchester 

Totals 



424 


377 


Atkinson & Gilmanton 






826 


674 


Academy Grant 


— 


— 


430 


392 


Bean's Grant 


— 


— 


506 


410 


Bean's Purchase 


— 


— 


170 


140 


Berlin Ward 1 


480 


329 


248 


277 


Berlin Ward 2 


519 


322 


730 


508 


Berlin Ward 3 


542 


397 


1,285 


896 


Berlin Ward 4 


404 


336 


809 


584 


Cambridge 


1 


1 


898 


695 


Carroll 


253 


157 


928 


631 


Chandler's Purchase 


— 


— 


959 


697 


Clarksville 


64 


29 


1,021 


774 


Colebrook 


381 


216 


442 


379 


Columbia 


147 


80 


184 


154 


Crawford's Purchase 


— 


— 


162 


140 


Cutt's Grant 


— 


— 


315 


194 


Dalton 


207 


162 


1,355 


934 


Dix's Grant 


— 


— 


50 


55 


Dixville 


9 


9 


277 


207 


Dummer 


68 


65 


142 


138 


Errol 


85 


47 


198 


154 


Erving's Location 


— 


— 


1,404 


994 


Gorham 


670 


480 


460 


322 


Green's Grant 


3 


- 


859 


696 


Hadley's Purchase 


- 


— 


360 


373 


Jefferson 


247 


195 


774 


604 


Kilkenny 


— 


— 






Lancaster 


716 


551 


6,216 


12,399 


Low & Burbank's Grant 


— 


— 






Martin's Location 


— 


— 






Milan 


295 


224 






Millsfield 


6 


7 






Northumberland 


418 


330 






Odell 


— 


— 






Pinkham's Grant 


8 


4 






Pittsburg 


229 


107 






Randolph 


105 


102 






Sargents Purchase 


— 


— 






Second College Grant 




— 






Shelburne 


139 


77 






Stark 


98 


94 






Stewartstown 


168 


97 






Stratford 


141 


120 






Success 


— 


— 






Thompson & Meserve's Pur. 


— 


— 






Wentworth's Location 


14 


7 






Whitefield 


459 


321 



Totals 



6,876 



4,866 



GENERAL ELECTION 



453 



GRAFTON COUNTY 



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY 



YES 



NO 



YES 



NO 



Alexandria 

Ashland 

Bath 

Benton 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Bristol 

Campton 

Canaan 

Dorchester 

Easton 

Ellsworth 

Enfield 

Franconia 

Grafton 

Groton 

Hanover 

Haverhill 

Hebron 

Holderness 

Landaff 

Lebanon Ward 1 

Lebanon Ward 2 

Lebanon Ward 3 

Lincoln 

Lisbon 

Littleton 

Livermore 

Lyman 

Lyme 

Monroe 

Orange 

Orford 

Piermont 

Plymouth 

Rumney 

Sugar Hill 

Thornton 

Warren 

Waterville Valley 

Wentworth 

Woodstock 

Totals 



380 


265 


Amherst 


3,058 


2,293 


450 


325 


Antrim 


625 


471 


183 


156 


Bedford 


4,802 


2,899 


80 


42 


Bennington 


308 


263 


627 


427 


Brookline 


1,163 


839 


262 


190 


Deering 


409 


347 


728 


480 


Francestown 


471 


358 


655 


551 


Goffstown 


4,088 


2,513 


517 


716 


Greenfield 


335 


294 


76 


71 


Greenville 


404 


286 


84 


59 


Hancock 


471 


464 


23 


16 


Hillsborough 


1.128 


935 


952 


833 


Hollis 


1,972 


1,671 


328 


213 


Hudson 


4,297 


2,877 


212 


276 


Litchfield 


1.613 


1.118 


101 


113 


Lyndeborough 


371 


346 


1,824 


2,557 


Manchester Ward 1 


2.476 


1.671 


806 


544 


Manchester Ward 2 


2.105 


1.187 


196 


125 


Manchester Ward 3 


1,218 


777 


502 


404 


Manchester Ward 4 


1.563 


931 


99 


69 


Manchester Ward 5 


1.203 


707 


723 


870 


Manchester Ward 6 


1.972 


1,122 


695 


840 


Manchester Ward 7 


1,697 


936 


677 


794 


Manchester Ward 8 


2.173 


1,228 


376 


193 


Manchester Ward 9 


1,858 


980 


307 


217 


Manchester Ward 10 


1.676 


1,030 


1,348 


850 


Manchester Ward 1 1 


1.335 


798 


- 


- 


Manchester Ward 12 


1,858 


1,022 


116 


96 


Mason 


376 


260 


286 


596 


Merrimack 


6.619 


3,901 


224 


123 


Milford 


2,818 


2,581 


59 


72 


Mont Vernon 


611 


449 


187 


318 


Nashua Ward 1 


2,205 


1.704 


172 


132 


Nashua Ward 2 


1,884 


1,365 


1,212 


1,374 


Nashua Ward 3 


1,643 


1,563 


376 


373 


Nashua Ward 4 


1.127 


863 


184 


108 


Nashua Ward 5 


1.806 


1,474 


492 


411 


Nashua Ward 6 


1,612 


1.191 


189 


138 


Nashua Ward 7 


1.367 


1,180 


95 


54 


Nashua Ward 8 


1,490 


1,143 


187 


159 


Nashua Ward 9 


1,815 


1.371 


296 


207 


New Boston 


1,279 


850 






New Ipswich 


122 


707 


6,906 


16.092 


Pelham 


2,578 


1,671 






Peterborough 


1.440 


1.279 






Sharon 


100 


77 






Temple 


291 


279 






We are 


1,835 


1.407 






Wilton 


903 


693 






Windsor 


46 


44 



Totals 



80,616 



56,415 



454 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



MERRIMACI 


C COUNTY 




ROCKINGHAM C 


OUNTY 






YES 


NO 




YES 


NO 


Allenstown 


890 


686 


Atkinson 


2,128 


979 


Andover 


480 


469 


Auburn 


1,285 


807 


Boscawen 


525 


488 


Brentwood 


898 


599 


Bow 


1 ,773 


1 .737 


Candia 


1,030 


759 


Bradford 


362 


388 


Chester 


1.134 


675 


Canterbury 


563 


639 


Danville 


955 


657 


Chichester 


568 


534 


Deerfield 


1.035 


742 


Concord Ward 1 


792 


895 


Deny 


6,031 


4,069 


Concord Ward 2 


628 


664 


East Kingston 


593 


349 


Concord Ward 3 


469 


664 


Epping 


1.394 


1,099 


Concord Ward 4 


606 


975 


Exeter 


3,299 


2,322 


Concord Ward 5 


597 


1,032 


Fremont 


905 


557 


Concord Ward 6 


529 


631 


Greenland 


854 


631 


Concord Ward 7 


666 


933 


Hampstead 


2,279 


1 ,329 


Concord Ward 8 


632 


712 


Hampton 


4.154 


2,691 


Concord Ward 9 


543 


575 


Hampton Falls 


720 


353 


Concord Ward 10 


968 


1.213 


Kensington 


552 


388 


Danbury 


244 


261 


Kingston 


459 


961 


Dunbarton 


590 


555 


Londonderry 


5,23 1 


3,320 


Epsom 


1,050 


717 


New Castle 


371 


225 


Franklin Ward 1 


549 


399 


Newtields 


432 


309 


Franklin Ward 2 


460 


319 


Newington 


266 


163 


Franklin Ward 3 


568 


405 


Newmarket 


2.094 


1,425 


Henniker 


802 


1,043 


Newton 


978 


693 


Hill 


193 


174 


North Hampton 


1,319 


811 


Hooksett 


2,908 


1,752 


Northwood 


681 


1,007 


Hopkinton 


1.183 


1,805 


Nottingham 


1,062 


703 


Loudon 


1,049 


935 


Plaistow 


1,869 


996 


New London 


1,243 


893 


Portsmouth Ward 1 


805 


669 


Newbury 


583 


386 


Portsmouth Ward 2 


947 


971 


Northtield 


866 


660 


Portsmouth Ward 3 


597 


436 


Pembroke 


1 .307 


1 .256 


Portsmouth Ward 4 


1.213 


940 


Pittsfield 


705 


604 


Portsmouth Ward 5 


970 


999 


Salisbury 


308 


244 


Raymond 


2,058 


1 .359 


Sutton 


457 


393 


Rye 


1 ,582 


1,064 


Warner 


540 


714 


Salem 


5,863 


3,399 


Webster 


283 


306 


Sandown 


1,170 


789 


Wilmot 


325 


299 


Seabrook 


1,902 


1,129 








South Hampton 


229 


145 


Totals 


27,804 


27.355 


Stratham 


1,878 


1,128 








Windham 


2,865 


1,525 



Totals 



66,087 



44,172 



GENERAL ELECTION 



455 



STRAFFORD COUNTY 



SULLIVAN COUNTY 



\KS 



NO 



VKS 



NO 



Barrington 


1.693 


1.289 


Acworth 


143 


227 


Dover Ward 1 


936 


728 


Charlestown 


895 


698 


Dover Ward 2 


893 


782 


Claremont Ward 1 


546 


626 


Dover Ward 3 


1,231 


938 


Claremont Ward 2 


850 


890 


Dover Ward 4 


1.099 


933 


Claremont Ward 3 


684 


609 


Dover Ward 5 


888 


769 


Cornish 


353 


467 


Dover Ward 6 


717 


1,030 


Croydon 


159 


132 


Durham 


1.924 


2.021 


Goshen 


149 


166 


Farmington 


1.084 


819 


Grantham 


600 


704 


Lee 


894 


853 


Langdon 


132 


104 


Madbury 


408 


379 


Lempster 


196 


162 


Middleton 


338 


248 


Newport 


1,051 


993 


Milton 


812 


570 


Plainfield 


487 


612 


New Durham 


600 


406 


Springfield 


287 


267 


Rochester Ward 1 


963 


702 


Sunapee 


852 


713 


Rochester Ward 2 


861 


650 


Unity 


209 


337 


Rochester Ward 3 


851 


646 


Washington 


264 


191 


Rochester Ward 4 


794 


658 








Rochester Ward 5 


788 


596 


Totals 


7.857 


7,898 


Rocheser Ward 6 


685 


521 








Rollinsford 


643 


495 








Somersworth Ward 1 


540 


390 








Somersworth Ward 2 


414 


278 








Somersworth Ward 3 


437 


268 








Somersworth Ward 4 


477 


346 








Somersworth Ward 5 


329 


267 








Strafford 


872 


783 









Totals 



22.171 



18,365 



456 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



LIQUOR QUESTIONS 

The following questions were submitted to the voters in the Town of Errol under the 
provisions of RSA 663:5 at the November 2, 2004 general election. 

(a) Shall state stores be operated by permission of the state liquor commission in this city 
or town? 

YES 130 NO 57 

(b) Shall malt beverages (beer) be sold by permission of the state liquor commission in this 
city or town? 

YES 165 NO 22 

(c) Shall wines containing not less than 6 percent nor more than 15.5 percent of alcoholic 
content by volume at 60 degrees Fahrenheit (table wine) be sold by permission of the state 
liquor commission in this city or town? 

YES 162 NO 25 

(d) Shall liquor be sold for consumption on the premises where sold by permission of the 
state liquor commission in this city or town? 

YES 147 NO 39 



CHANGE IN POLLING HOUR QUESTION 

The following question was submitted to the voters in the Town of Stratford under the 
provisions of RSA 659:4-a at the November 2, 2004 general election. 

"Polling hours in the town of Stratford are now 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Shall we change 
polling hours so that the polls shall open at 10:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. for all regular 
state elections beginning in 2006?" 

YES 141 NO 120 



GENERAL ELECTION 457 



RECOUNTS AFTER THE GENERAL ELECTION 

Fourteen requests for recounts were received after the general election. One recount resulted 
in a change of winners - State Representative District 2 from Hillsborough County. 

The recounts requested for State Senate District 8 and State Representative District 3 from 
Strafford County were called off before they were completed. There were no changes in any 
of the other recounts. 

The recount of State Representative from Hillsborough County District 3 was appealed to 
the Ballot Law Commission. The Ballot Law Commission upheld the Secretary of State's 
ruling on all challenges. 

Below, in the first column are the figures as officially returned to the Secretary of State. The 
second column contains the recount figures, and the third column contains the figures after 
appeals to the Ballot Law Commission. Asterisks designate the person elected. 



State Senate District 12 

David Gottesman. d 
Harry Haytayan. r 



State Senate District 18 

Andre A. Martel. r 
Dave Gelinas, d 



13.316* 


13,335* 


13,128 


13,164 


11,079* 


11,095* 


10,914 


10.929 



STATE REPRESENTATIVES 



CARROLL COUNTY DISTRICT 1 






Carolyn Brown, r 


4.588* 


4,479* 


Gene G. Chandler, r 


4,123* 


4,130* 


Howard C. Dickinson, r 


3.785* 


3,769* 


Tom Buco. d 


3.403* 


3,403* 


Frank H. McCarthy, r 


3,386 


3,368 


Carol A. LaPierre, d 


2,771 


2,767 


Brian Charles, d 


2,412 


2,399 


Jim Salmon, d 


2,401 


2,396 


CHESHIRE COUNTY DISTRICT 2 






John M. Pratt, d 


2,714* 


2,700* 


Daniel Adams Eaton, d 


2.609* 


2,609* 


Sheldon S. Sawyer, r 


2,266* 


2,293* 


Alfrieda J. Englund. d 


2.239 


2,255 


Susan R. Abert, r 


2,092 


2,077 


Joseph Norman Feuer. r 


1.777 


1,769 


CHESHIRE COUNTY DISTRICT 4 






Stanley S. Plifka. Jr.. d 


2,999* 


2,974* 


Henry A. L. Parkhurst, d 


2,875* 


2,832* 


William Butynski. d 


2.801* 


2,822* 


Deb Hogancamp, r 


2,642* 


2,608* 


Daniel P. Carr, d 


2,579 


2,555 


Edwin O. Smith, r 


2.298 


2,267 


Don Holmquist. r 


1.814 


1.789 


Sharron H. Smith, r 


1.713 


1.658 



458 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



CHESHIRE COUNTY DISTRICT 6 

Peter H. Allen, d 
Anna Z. Tilton. d 
Sheila A. Foote. r 
Judson K. Dexter, r 
Richard H. Thackston III 
Sharon Manos. d 
Gilbert Gitchell, d 
Nicole Schultz, r 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DISTRICT 2 

Jarvis M. Adams IV. r 
Claudia C. Chase, d 
Dario A. Carrara, r 
Nell Conkright, d 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DISTRICT 3 

Anne-Marie Irwin, d 
Mark Carter, r 
Donald Carlson, r 
Larry Ross, r 
John Friede, d 
Jill Shaffer Hammond, d 
Terry A. Colls, r 
Stephen P. Spratt, d 

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY DISTRICT 20 

Ruth Ginsburg, d 
Anthony P. Matarazzo, d 
Eugene Kelly, Jr., r 
Henry W. McElroy, Jr., r 
Fred S. Teeboom, r 
Jacek Nowicki, d 

MERRIMACK COUNTY DISTRICT 5 

Barbara Conner French, d 
David P. Currier, r 
Aaron M. Lavallee. d 
James P. Walsh, r 

SULLIVAN COUNTY DISTRICT 2 

Arthur G. Jillette, Jr., d&r 
Beverly T. Rodeschin, r 
Peter E. Franklin, d 
Henry Rodeschin, r 
John Lunn, d 

SULLIVAN COUNTY DISTRICT 4 

Tom Donovan, d&r 
John R. Cloutier, d&r 
Joe Harris, d&r 
Larry Converse, d&r 
Christopher R. Irish, r 
Sandra C. Harris, d 



3.210* 


3,211* 




2,978* 


2,986* 




2,893* 


2,880* 




2,652* 


2,639* 




2.626 


2,632 




2,607 


2,616 




2,421 


2,428 




2.077 


2,010 




1.777* 


1,772* 




1,524 


1,523* 




1,555* 


1,519 




1,427 


1,412 




3.879* 


3,858* 


3,858* 


3,516* 


3,507* 


3,507* 


3,058* 


3,056* 


3,056* 


3.026* 


3,003* 


3,003* 


2,971 


2,963 


2,963 


2,943 


2,934 


2,934 


2,684 


2,680 


2,680 


2,469 


2,469 


2,469 


2,437* 


2,415* 




2,366* 


2,373* 




2,244* 


2,250* 




2.197 


2,204 




2,136 


2,134 




1,781 


1,766 




1,879* 


1,864* 




1,554* 


1,555* 




1 ,530 


1,516 




1,121 


1,096 




3,162* 


3,077* 




2.518* 


2,518* 




2,282* 


2,268* 




2,239 


2,246 




1.965 


1,947 




5,116* 


4,979* 




4,750* 


4,612* 




4,569* 


4,533* 




4,299* 


4,215* 




3,607* 


3,608* 




3.525 


3,502 





NEW HAMPSHIRE 
GENERAL COURT 



2005-2006 



460 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2003 

NEW HAMPSHIRE STATE SENATE 

2005-2006 

President of the Senate 

Thomas R. Eaton, Keene 

* * * * 

Senate Leadership 

President Pro Tempore 

Carl R. Johnson, Meredith 

Majority Leader 

Robert E. Clegg, Jr., Hudson 

Deputy Majority Leader 

Robert B. Flanders, Antrim 

Democratic Leader 

Sylvia B. Larsen, Concord 

Deputy Democratic Leader 

Lou D'Allesandro, Manchester 

* * * * 

Senate President's Staff 

Amy Ireland Bourgault, Chief of Staff 

Jay W. Flanders, Deputy Chief 

of Staff and Policy Director 

Donna L. Morin, Executive Assistant 

Richard J. Lehmann, Legal Counsel 

Senate Clerk 

Steven J. Winter, New London 

Assistant Senate Clerk 

Tammy L. Wright, Concord 

Senate Sergeant-at-Arms 

Henry W. Wilson, Concord 




Senate Leadership 

2005-2006 





m 








Republican House Leadership 

2005-2006 



Speaker of the House 
of Representatives 

W. Douglas Scammaru Stratham 



C 




Deputy Speaker 

Kenneth L. Weyler, Kingston 



Majority Leader 
Michael O'Neil, Hampton 



Majority Whip 

Pamela G. Price, Nashua 



W. DOUGLAS SCAMMAN 




KENNETH L. WEYLER 



-. 



Speaker's Staff 

Richard E. Amidon, Chief of Staff 

Sandra L. Guinan, Executive Assistant 

Patrick E. Donovan, Legal Counsel 






PAMELA G. PRICE 



Democratic House Leadership 

2005-2006 




Democratic Leader 

James W. Craig, Manchester 



Deputy Democratic Leader 

Jane A. Clemons, Nashua 



Democratic Whips 

Bette R. Lasky, Nashua 
John M. Pratt. Walpole 



Director of Communications 

John DeJoie, Concord 



Assistant Democratic Leaders 

Daniel A. Eaton, Stoddard 

Terie N. Norelli, Portsmouth 

James G. Phinizy, Acworth 



1 1 

















464 NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT 

Legislative Budget Assistant 

Appointed by the fiscal committee of the Legislature 
RSA 14:30, 34:1969, 281 

Michael L. Buckley 
Appointed October 6, 1997 

Deputy Legislative Budget Assistant 

Jeffry A. Pattison 
Appointed September 8, 1999 



Legislative Services Director 

Appointed by the joint committee on legislative facilities. 
Term, two years, co-terminous with the biennial legislative term. 

RSA 17-A:2 

Carol J. Holahan, Concord 
Appointed October 7, 1999 



* * * 



House Clerk 

Karen O. Wadsworth, Bow 



House Sergeant-at-Arms 

Deborah A. Nielson, Gilmanton 



STATE 
GOVERNMENT 



466 



NEW HAMPSHIRE MANUAL 2005 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

2005-2007 



Governor 

January 2005 to January 2007, Constitution, Part II 
Arts. 41 &42 

JOHN H. LYNCH, d 



Christen Bergeron, Raymond 
Special Assistant to the Governor 

Helen Champa, Pembroke 
Administrative Assistant 

John Dolan, Hanover 
Budget Director 



Katrina Bergmann, Concord 
Special Assistant for Citizen Services 

Alice Chamberlin, Warner 
Special Assistant for Policy 

Kathleen Goode, Concord 

Director of Appointments/Liaison to 

Executive Council 



Lillie Green, Hopkinton 

Receptionist, 

Special Assistant to The First Lady 

Elizabeth Ignacio, Concord 
Director of Scheduling 

Susie Reid, Hopkinton 
Director of Administration 

Richard Sigel, Manchester 
Chief of Staff 

Elaine Sword, Hopkinton 
Administrative Assistant 



Katherine Hanna, Bedford 
Policy Director/Legal Counsel 

Caroline McCarley, Rochester 
Special Assistant for Policy 

Marguerite Shanelaris, East Andover 
Policy/Legislative Assistant 

Justin Slattery, Pelham 

Special Assistant for Citizen Services 

Michael Vlacich, Concord 
Deputy Chief of Staff 



Pamela Walsh, Concord 
Director of Communications 



STATE GOVERNMENT 467 



EXECUTIVE COUNCILORS 

January 2005 to January 2007 Constitution, Part II, Art. 60 

District No. 1 - Raymond S. Burton, r. Bath 

District No. 2 - Peter J. Spaulding, r, Hopkinton 

District No. 3 - Ruth L. Griffin, r, Portsmouth 

District No. 4 - Raymond J. Wieczorek, r, Manchester 

District No. 5 - Debora B. Pignatelli, d, Nashua 

Joanne Ruel 
Executive Assistant to the Council 

Office of Information Technology 

There shall be a chief information officer appointed by the governor, with the advice and consent 
of the council and shall be a non-classified employee. The person so designated by the governor 
as of the effective date of this section (7/1/03) shall continue to serve as such under RSA 4-D. 
Any subsequent appointment shall be in accordance with RSA 4-D: 1, 1. (Ch. 223; 2003) 

RICHARD C. BAILEY, JR., Bow 

Term began April 2 1 , 2004 

ADJUTANT GENERAL 

State Military Reservation, 4 Pembroke Road, Concord 225-1200 
Appointed as provided in the constitution and the tenure of office shall be until the officer 
has reached the age of 65 years. At the time of appointment, the adjutant general shall have 
had not less than 5 years of service as a member of the New Hampshire national guard, 
immediately preceding that appointment, shall have attained at least the rank of colonel and 
shall be eligible for federal recognition by the department of defense as a brigadier general. 
RSA 110-B:8 

KENNETH R.CLARK, Stratham 
Term began December 1 , 2004 

Deputy Adjutant General 
Term, four years or until officer has reached the age of 65 years. At time of appointment, 
the deputy adjutant general shall have had at least 5 years of serve as a member of the N.H. 
national guard or United States armed forces, preceding the appointment and shall have at 
least attained the rank of major. RSA 1 10-B:8-b (Ch.81, Laws of 1998) 

Brigadier General JOSEPH K. SIMEONE, Stratham 
July 15, 1998 to July 15,2006 

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 

State House Annex, Concord, 271-3201 
RSA 21 -I 

Commissioner 

Appointed by governor and council to serve for a term of four years. 21-1:2 

DONALD S. HILL, Pembroke 
July 1, 1996 to July 1,2008 



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Assistant Commissioner 

Nominated by the commissioner for appointment by the governor, with consent of the 
council. Term, four years, and must be qualified by education and experience. RSA 21-1. 

JOSEPH B. BOUCHARD, Concord 
June 5, 2005 to June 5, 2009 



Internal Auditor 

Appointed by governor and council, nominated by commissioner for four-year term. 

Vacancy 

Division of Plant and Property Management 
Director 

Nominated by commissioner for appointment by governor and council for four-year term. 

MICHAEL P. CONNOR, Pembroke 
January 9, 2002 to May 1, 2009 

Accounting Services 
Director 

Nominated by commissioner to be appointed by the governor and council for a four-year term. 

SHERI L. WALTER, Contoocook 
August 18, 2004 to June 29, 2008 

Financial Data Manager 

Nominated by commissioner to be appointed by governor and council for a four-year term. 

MICHAEL E. BARLOW, Concord 
Term began September 26, 1975 

Senior Operational Analyst 

Nominated by commissioner to be appointed by governor and council for a four-year term. 

Vacancy 



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Enhanced 911 Commission 

Sixteen members, including the director of the division of fire standards and training and 
emergency medical services or his designee, the chairman of the public utilities commission 
or his designee, a representative of the department of safety, a public member, a police offi- 
cer experienced in responding to emergency calls, a representative of the disabled communi- 
ty and one active member recommended by each of the following organizations, appointed 
by governor and council for a term of 3 years. 1) Verizon.; 2) N.H. Association of Fire 
Chiefs; 3) N.H. Association of Chiefs of Police; 4) N.H. Federation of Fire Mutual Aids; 5) 
N.H. Municipal Association; 6) N.H. Sheriffs Association; 7) N.H. Telephone Association; 
8) The commissioner of the department of administrative services; 9) A representative of the 
mobile telecommunications carriers industry; and 10) A representative of the Professional 
Firefighters of New Hampshire. Initial appointments made by governor and council shall be 
one. two and three years. Vacancies to be filled for unexpired term. No member shall serve 
beyond the time he ceases to hold the office, employment or membership which qualified 
him for appointment to the commission. RSA 106-H [Ch. 319:119 (2003)] [Ch. 171 (2004)] 

DOUGLAS AIKEN, Center Harbor 

July 8, 1992 to July 8, 2007 

(Nom. by N.H. Association of Fire Chiefs) 

JAMES S. VALIQUET, Newbury 

May 7, 2003 to July 8, 2007 

(Nom by N.H. Association of Chiefs of Police) 

JILL HEALEY WURM, Londonderry 

August 28, 1996 to July 8, 2005 

(Nom. By Verizon) 

MARC VIOLETTE, Warner 

April 16, 2003 to July 8, 2005 

(Nom. By N.H. Telephone Association) 

RICHARD A. BERNARD, Durham 

September 15, 1999 to July 22, 2005 

(Public Member) 

JAMES D. LINEHAN, Danville 

December 3, 1997 to July 22, 2006 

(N.H. Sheriffs Association) 

PAUL A. SZOC, Keene 

April 21, 2004 to July 22, 2006 

(N.H. Federation of Fire Mutual Aid) 

GEORGE F VALLIERE, Gorham 

May 18, 1994 to July 22, 2004 
(Police Officer) 

KATHRYN BAILEY, Bow 

February 6, 2002 to July 22, 2007 
(Designee of Chairman of Public Utilities Commission) 



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WILLIAM WOOD, Bow 

July 22, 1992 to July 22, 2004 

(Bureau of Emergency Medical Service) 

FREDERICK H. BOOTH, New Durham 

June 11, 1997 to August 12, 2006 

(Rep. Dept. of Safety) 

DAVID R. CARON, Belmont 

October 23, 1996 to August 12, 2005 

(Nom N.H. Municipal Association) 

DAVID E. LANG, Hampton 

October 29, 1999 to September 16, 2005 

(Firefighter) 

State Commission on the Status of Men 

Seven members appointment by the governor and council for three-year terms; provided that 
the initial appointments shall serve the following terms: (a) the first two persons shall serve 
one-year terms; (b) the second two persons shall serve 2-year terms; (c) the last three persons 
shall serve three-year terms. At least one member shall be invited from the university system 
of New Hampshire. Vacancies to be filled for the unexpired term. Governor and council 
designate chairperson. Commission repealed September 1, 2007. RSA 19-1 

ALFRED LERANDEAU, North Swanzey 

March 23, 2005 to September 25, 2007 

(Secretary) 

LARRY COLBY, Gilsum 

September 25, 2002 to September 25, 2005 

(Treasurer) 

STEPHEN H. GORIN, Canterbury 
September 25, 2002 to September 25, 2006 
(University System of NH Representative) 

JOSEPH H. MASTROMARINO, Hampton 

September 25, 2002 to September 25, 2005 

(Vice-Chair) 

SCOTT A. GARMAN, Dover 
August 18, 2004 to October 23, 2006 

MARSHALL D. HICKOK, Meredith 
March 23, 2005 to August 13, 2006 

MICHAEL J. GEANOULIS, New Castle 
August 13, 2003 to August 13, 2006 



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Division of Personnel 
Personnel Appeals Board 

Three members, not more than 2 from the same political party and 2 alternate members, each 
from a different political party. All members appointed by the governor and council for 
three-year terms and shall hold office until successor is appointed and qualified. Vacancies 
to be filled for the unexpired term. No member of the board shall be a member of any state 
or national committee of a political party, nor an officer or member of a committee in any 
partisan political club or organization, nor shall hold, or be a candidate for any remunerative 
elected public office during his term of office and shall not be otherwise employed in any of 
the agencies of the state government. Governor designates chairman. 

At least 2 members shall have been gainfully employed as a labor relations or personnel 
professional for a minimum of 5 years. One member shall have been employed within the 
public personnel field of employment for a minimum of 3 years. RSA 21-1:45 

ROBERT JOHNSON, Hillsborough 
April 5, 1989 to June 2, 2006 

PATRICK H. WOOD, Laconia 
June 25, 1997 to June 2, 2005 

ROBERT PRESTON, Seabrook 
June 23, 2004 to June 2, 2007 

JOHN REAGAN, Deerfield 

October 20, 2004 to September 24, 2007 

(Alternate) 

PHILIP P. BONAFIDE, Sanbornton 

March 8, 2000 to September 24, 2007 

(Alternate) 

Director 

Nominated by Commissioner of Administrative Services for appointment by governor and 
council for four-year term. 

KAREN LEVCHUK, Concord 
May 19, 2004 to January 1, 2007 

Manager of Employee Relations 

Nominated by director for appointment by governor and council for four-year term. Shall 
be qualified by education and experience. 

SARA J. WILLINGHAM, Concord 
April 26, 2000 to July 1, 2007 



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Education and Training Officer 

Nominated by director for appointment by governor and council for four-year term. Shall 
be qualified by education and experience. RSA 21-1 

MONIKA BISSELL, Plymouth 
May 4, 2005 to March 22, 2009 

Volunteer New Hampshire Board of Directors 

117 Pleasant Street, Dolloff Bldg., Concord 271-7200 
Board of directors shall consist of at least 15 members but not more than 25 members and 
shall include as a minimum: (a) an individual with expertise in the educational, training, and 
developmental needs of youth, particularly disadvantaged youth, an individual with 
experience in promoting the involvement of adults 55 years of age or older in service and 
volunteerism, a representative from a community-based agency or community-based 
organization with volunteer participation, a representative from location government, a 
representative from a local labor organization, an individual between 16 and 25 years of age, 
inclusive, who is or has been a participant or supervisor in a service program, a 
representative of a national service program described in section 122(a) of the National and 
Community Service Act of 1990, as amended, a representative from the religious 
community, a representative from the philanthropic community, and a representative from 
post-secondary education; (b) the governor, or designee; (c) one member of the senate, 
appointed by the senate president; (d) one member of the house of representatives, appointed 
by the speaker of the house; (e) the commissioner of education, or designee; and (f) the 
chairperson of the Volunteer NH advisory council, if any. Members in section (a) shall be 
appointed by the governor and executive council and shall serve for renewable terms of one, 
two or three-years . Terms for members in subparagraphs (b) - (0 shall be coterminous with 
their term of office. Vacancies shall be filled for the remainder of the term in the same 
manner and from the same group as the original appointment. Executive Director. 
Appointed by the board to shall serve for a renewable four-year term. If a vacancy occurs, 
the board shall appoint a new executive director to fill