Skip to comments.LIVE THREAD NH Election results starting to come in (1% of the vote as of 3:41pm)
Posted on 01/10/2012 1:00:04 PM PST by Maceman
Results as of 3:42pm.
I don’t think anyone is ‘writing in’ Obama...Democrats have a primary today, as well. 75,000 are expected to cast a vote for Obama in Red Hampshire today...
Sad, the top three vote getter's are a 2 RINO's and a KOOK. Only 11 percent of voters so far voted for anybody resembling a conservative.
Who’s he talking about? McGovern?
What I read this morning said they were getting obama votes in the republican primary.
Those results above show 104%. I think they are wrong.
I had a couple of NH family members break for Huntsman today.
You’re right. New Hampshire folks always give 110%!
Population acc to Wikipedia
Dixville Notch: 75
Hart’s Location: 41
How many are of voting age, how many voted...nowhere near 1 per cent.
Really? Nothing surprises me with the shenanigans around here...guess we'll know for sure in a few hours.
I hope Santorum stays at zero, then maybe he will drop out and we can stop Romney in South Carolina without a divided conservative base.
Dunno why an old song is running through my head today
A month of nights, a year of days,
Fifteen debates as my eyes glaze;
I get depressed as the polls come in
And I just cast my vote to the wind.
Mitt shifts his course along the breeze;
He hopes for faulty memories.
The empty mind is his best friend,
And I just cast my vote to the wind...
Something to ponder.
There are over 300 million people in America.
It is possible that in 2012 out of all those people the choice that American may have to be their President could end up being Barack Obama or Ron Paul.
That thought should scare any sane person shitless!
Parley Pratt was shot and stabbed to death in Arkansas by the legal husband of Pratt's 12th wife.
| 1 Parley Parker PRATT b: 12 APR 1807 d: 13 MAY 1857
..+ Mary WOOD b: 18 JUN 1818 d: 5 MAR 1898
....2 Helaman PRATT b: 31 MAY 1846 d: 26 NOV 1909
......+ Anna Dorothea Johanna WILCKEN b: 25 JUL 1854 d: 22 JUN 1929
........3 Anna Amelia PRATT b: 6 MAY 1876 d: 4 FEB 1926
..........+ Gaskell ROMNEY b: 22 SEP 1871 d: 9 MAR 1955
............4 George Wilcken ROMNEY b: 8 JUL 1907 d: 26 JUL 1995
..............+ Lenore Emily LAFOUNT b: 9 NOV 1908 d: 7 JUL 1998
................5 Willard Mitt ROMNEY b: 12 MAR 1947
..+ Belinda MARDEN b: 24 DEC 1820 d: 19 FEB 1894
....2 Isabella Eleanor Marden PRATT b: 1 SEP 1854 d: 23 APR 1912
......+ Franklin Alonzo ROBISON b: 19 JUL 1851 d: 17 OCT 1936
........3 Joseph Alfred ROBISON b: 1 NOV 1876 d: 23 JUN 1950
..........+ Mary Elizabeth KEITH b: 17 AUG 1875 d: 7 MAR 1925
............4 Sarah Kathleen ROBISON b: 4 DEC 1910 d: 8 APR 1969
..............+ Alonzo Blaine HUNTSMAN b: 5 OCT 1910 d: 23 JUN 1990
................5 Jon Meade HUNTSMAN b: 1937
..................+ Karen Christina HAIGHT b: 24 MAR 1938
....................6 Jon Meade HUNTSMAN, Jr, b: 26 MAR 1960
The polls are still open. Except for the odd little places that vote, and report results, early in the day, NO votes have been tallied.
The 1% of precincts is clearly a numerical error; if the results are from 2 little towns, the real number of precincts is less than 1%. Some software in the mix is incapable of expressing numbers between 0% and 1%.
When I voted today, there were 30 names on the Republican ballot. That’s more than the number of voters in Dixville Notch. If nobody voted for candidate #23 in Dixville Notch, it tells us NOTHING about the number of votes he’ll get statewide.
In short, this data is meaninless for now.
This was expected, don’t be too glum.
I wonder if you and I are the only two people on this site who know this song.
Hart's Location Dixville Notch: Romney 5 2 Paul 4 2 Huntsman 2 1 Perry 1 0 Gingrich 1 1 Obama 3
Listening to the local call in shows this morning, I heard a lot of folks calling in saying they voted for Ron Paul as a protest against the poor field of candidates and because they wanted radical change.
Ron Paul has a lot of supporters out this morning, a lot of signs, a lot of advertising.
For what it’s worth, I did not vote for Paul or Romney.