John McCain and Hillary Clinton win New Hampshire primaries

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Wednesday, January 9, 2008

John McCain campaigning in New Hampshire.

According to media reports, John McCain has won the New Hampshire Primary for the Republicans in the 2008 Presidential race.

"I hate to use to the word kid, but I think we showed the people of this country what a real comeback looks like. I'm grateful to the people of New Hampshire. I'm committed to keeping this country safe, and we're going to move on to Michigan and South Carolina and win the nomination," said McCain.

Also according to media reports, New York Senator Hillary Clinton has won the New Hampshire Primary in the 2008 United States Presidential race.

MSNBC reports that Clinton beat Barack Obama by a "very narrow margin." Opinion polls held before the polls closed showed Obama winning.

Results

Republican Results

For all results, see Results of the 2008 Republican presidential primaries

As of Jan 9 - 11:54 am EST - 99.66% of precincts reporting

Candidate Votes  % Delegates (Est.)
John McCain 88,447 37% 7
Mitt Romney 75,202 31% 4
Mike Huckabee 26,760 11% 1
Rudy Giuliani 20,387 9% 0
Ron Paul 18,245 8% 0
Fred Thompson 2,884 1% 0
Duncan Hunter 1,220 1% 0
Others 5,665 2% 0
Total 233,145 100% 12

Democratic Results

For all results, see Results of the 2008 Democratic presidential primaries

As of 11:52 am EST - 99.66% of precincts reporting

Candidate Votes  % Delegates (Est.)
Hillary Clinton 112,238 39% 9
Barack Obama 104,757 36% 9
John Edwards 48,666 17% 4
Bill Richardson 13,245 5% 0
Dennis Kucinich 3,912 1% 0
Mike Gravel 402 0% 0
Others 3,799 1% 0
Total 287,019 100% 22


Sources

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