Election 2016 Results: Trump Wins, Sununu Next NH Governor, U.S. Senate Seat Still Undeclared

by Christian Mower on November 9, 2016

election-2016

Donald Trump Has been Declared The Winner of the 2016 Presidential Election

Electoral Votes:

Trump: 276

Clinton: 218

New Hampshire State Election

Governor

  • Republican – Chris Sununu – 49%
  • Democrat – Colin Van Ostern – 47%
  • Libertarian – Max Abramson – 4%

United States Senator (no winner declared yet)

  • Democrat – Maggie Hassan – 48%
  • Republican – Kelly Ayotte – 48%
  • Libertarian – Brian Chabot – 2%
  • Independent – Aaron Day – 2%

United States House District 1

  • Democrat – Carol Shea-Porter – 44%
  • Republican – Frank C. Guinta – 43%
  • Independent – Shawn P. O’Connor – 9%
  • Independent – Brendan Kelly – 2%
  • Libertarian – Robert Lombardo – 2%

United States House District 2

  • Democrat – Ann Kuster – 50%
  • Republican– Jim Lawrence– 46%
  • Independent – John Babiarz – 5%

Executive Councilor District 1

  • Democrat – Michael J. Cryans – 47%
  • Republican – Joseph D. Kenney – 53%

State Representative Carroll District 1

  • Democrat – Erik Corbett –47%
  • Republican – Gene Chandler – 53%

State Representative Carroll District 2

  • Democrat – Tom Buco –18%
  • Republican – Umberger, Karen – 18%
  • Republican – Frank McCarthy – 17%
  • DemocratSyndi White – 16%
  • Democrat – Sean Carney – 15%
  • Democrat – Billy Cuccio – 15%

State Representative Carroll District 3

  • Republican – Mark McConkey – 39%
  • DemocratJerry Knirk- 32%
  • Democrat – Susan Ticehurst – 29%

State Representative Carroll District 4

  • Republican – Glenn Cordelli – 31%
  • Republican – Kare Crawford- 31%
  • Democrat – Gary Chehames – 19%
  • Democrat – Paul Punturieri – 18%

State Representative Carroll District 5

  • Republican – Lino Avellani – 22%
  • Republican – Bill Nelson – 22%
  • Republican – Ed Comeau – 20%
  • Democrat –Theresa Swanick – 13%
  • Democrat –Ruth Hall – 12%
  • Democrat – Paul Turner – 11%

State Representative Carroll District 6

  • Republican – Harold Parker- 30%
  • Republican – Stephen Schmidt – 27%
  • Democrat – Charlene Seibel – 23%
  • Democrat – Peter Goodwin – 20%

State Representative Carroll District 7

  • Democrat – Ed Butler – 47%
  • Republican – Norman Tregenza – 34%
  • Republican – Ed Comeau – 20%
  • Independent – John Skelton – 19%

State Sentaor District 3

  • Democrat – John R. White – 19
  • Republican – Jeb Bradley – 18

State Representative Carroll District 7

  • Democrat – Ed Butler – 72%
  • Republican – Norman Tregenza – 26%
  • Independent – John Skelton – 3%

State Representative Carroll District 8

  • Republican – William Marsh – unopposed

Sheriff – Domenic M. Richardi

County Attorney – Michaela O’Rourke-Andruzzi

County Treasurer

  • Democrat – Ken Hill
  • Republican – Joseph L. Costello

Register of Deeds – Lisa Scott

Register of Probate

  • Democrat – Tina Craig
  • Republican – Henry P. Mock

County Commissioner, 1st District

  • Democrat – Bert Weiss
  • Republican – Mark Hounsell

County Commissioner, 3rd District

  • Democrat – Chip Albee
  • Republican – Amanda Tuttle Bevard

Maine State Election

United States House District 1

  • Democrat –Chellie Pingree -58%
  • Republican – Mark Holbrook – 42%

United States House District 2

  • Republican– Poliquin, Bruce- 55%
  • Democrat – Mark Holbrook – 45%

Statewide Ballot Questions

Question – 1 -Legalize Marijuana – Ballot Issue Regulate And Tax

Yes – 345,953 votes – 50%

No – 340,967 votes – 50%

Question – 2 – New Income Tax For Public Education – Ballot Issue 3% on Incomes Over $200,000

Yes – 344,215 – 50%

No – 337,868 – 50%

Question – 3 – Expand Gun Background Checks – Ballot Issue Include Unlicensed Deals

Yes – 330,548 – 48%

No – 355,879 – 52%

Question – 4 – Increase Minimum Wage – Ballot Issue Raise Annually Until $12

Yes – 379,728 – 56%

No – 304,063 – 44%

Question – 5 – Allow Ranked-Choice Voting – Ballot Issue Congress Gov. & State Leg.

Yes – 349,961 – 52%

No – 321,512 – 48%

Question – 6 – Issue Transportation Bonds – Ballot Issue $100 Million In Bonds

Yes – 412,280 – 61%

No – 261,741 – 39%