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New Hampshire Secretary of State - Election Division
2010 New Hampshire Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Filing Deadline: 6/11/10, Alternative Party / Independent Filing Deadline: 8/4/10, Primary: 9/14/10, General Election: 11/2/10,
Last Updated: September 15, 2010
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Governor, 70.2% in '08, 3rd term, next election in 2010, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Likely Democratic, Cook Political Report: Solid Democratic, Rasmussen Reports' Gubernatorial Scorecard: Solid Democrat, Rothenberg Political Report: Safe Democrat, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Leans Democratic,
John Lynch (D) 88%,
ex-St. Rep. Frank Sullivan (D) 7%, St. Rep. Timothy Robertson (D) 6%,
'08 congressional candidate / ex-New Hampshire Health and Human Services Commissioner John A. Stephen (R) 62%,
businessman Jack Kimball, Jr. (R) 25%, activist Karen Testerman (R) 10%, St. Rep. Frank R. Emiro, Sr. (R) 3%,
businessman John Babiarz (L),
Senator, 66.2% in '04, 4th term, Judd A. Gregg (R) retiring, Next election in 2010,
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Republican, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Tossup, Chris Cillizza: One of the Most Likely Seats to Switch Party, Cook Political Report: Toss Up, Hotline's Competitive Senate Race, Rasmussen Reports' Balance of Power: Lean Republican, Rothenberg Political Report: Narrow Advantage Republican, Ken Rubin: Tossup, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Leans Republican, The Hill's Race Ratings: Toss-up,
U.S. Rep. Paul W. Hodes (D), ex-Att. Gen. Kelly A. Ayotte (R) 38%,
'96 Gov. nominee / businessman Ovide Lamontagne (R) 37%, businessman William H. "Bill" Binnie (R) 14%, businessman Jim Bender (R) 9%, Dennis Lamare (R) 1%, '96 congressional candidate / '04 & '08 Senate candidate ex-St. Rep. Tom Alciere (R) 0.4%, Gerard Beloin (R) 0.3%,
Ken Blevens (L),
physicist Chris Booth (I),
'06 Gov. candidate David C. Boyle (I),
Brian Chabot (I),
Cornelius J. Donnelly (I),
Tom Peters (I),
1st Congressional District, 51.7% in '08, 2nd term, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Chris Cillizza: one of the most likely seats to switch parties, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Tossup, Cook Political Report: Toss Up, Rothenberg Political Report: Toss-Up / Tilt Republican, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Leans Republican, First Read’s Field of 64, The Hill's Race Ratings: Toss-up,
Carol Shea-Porter (D), Mayor Frank C. Guinta (R) 32%,
businessman Richard "Rich" Ashooh (R) 28%, ex-RNC committeeman Sean Mahoney (R) 28%, banker Robert "Bob" Bestani (R) 8%, '08 candidate / activist Peter J. Bearse (R) 2%, Richard C. Parent (R) 2%, Kevin Rondeau (R) 1%, Andrew P. Kohlhofer (R) 1%,
Philip Hodson (L),
2nd Congressional District, 56.4% in '08, 2nd term, Paul W. Hodes (D) running for U.S. Senate, Polls
D.C.'s Political Report's Rating: Democratic, Chris Cillizza: one of the most likely seats to switch parties, Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard: Tossup, Cook Political Report: Toss Up, Hotline's Competitive House Race, Rothenberg Political Report: Toss-Up / Tilt Republican, Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball: Leans Republican, First Read’s Field of 64, The Hill's Race Ratings: Toss-up,
attorney Ann McLane Kuster (D) 71%,
'02 Congressional nominee Katrina Swett (D) 29%,
ex-U.S. Rep. Charles "Charlie" Bass (R) 43%,
'08 nominee radio talk show host Jennifer Horn (R) 35%, ex-St. Rep. Robert J. Giuda (R) 17%, Joseph G. Reilly (R) 3%, Air Force veteran Wesley M. Sonner, Jr. (R) 2%,
Howard L. Wilson (I),
John Taft (I),
Timothy "Tim" VanBlommesteyn (I),

1. Link to Predictions:
D.C.'s Political Report,
Washington Post's Chris Cillizza,
Campaign & Elections: Political Oddsmaker,
Congressional Quarterly's Scorecard,
Cook Political Report,
National Journal's Rankings,
Rothenberg Political Report,
Larry Sabato's Crystal Ball,

2. D.C.'s Political Report's stars indicate the rating of the race from 1 star to 5 stars depending on its entertainment value.
The color indicates D.C.'s Political Report's prediction of the winning party.
= Democrat retain control, = Democrats take over control,
= Republican retain control, = Republicans take over control,
= Independent / 3rd Party retains control, = Independent / 3rd Party take over control
Bold indicates incumbent. Yellow district indicates open races.
Light Blue boxes indicates Democrats maintained control. Light Red boxes indicates Republicans maintained control.
Blue boxes indicates Democrats took control. Red boxes indicates Republicans took control.

3. Key to New Hampshire Political Parties:
(D) = Democratic Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates


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