Obama Wins 59% Of Hart’s Location, NH Vote

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, McCain, New Hampshire, Voting

This is another place Bush won in 2004.

What’s more, no Democrat has ever won here. And Obama’s margin is the most since they started.

1996
Dole: 13
Clinton: 12
Perot: 4
Browne: 2

2000
Bush: 17
Gore: 13

2004
Bush: 16
Kerry: 14
Nader: 1

2008
Obama: 17
McCain: 10
Paul: 2


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4 Responses to “Obama Wins 59% Of Hart’s Location, NH Vote”

  1. Jose Says:

    2 votes for Ron Paul! You two are true Americans!!

  2. Left Flank Says:

    Early Returns Favor Obama…

  3. bubbles Says:

    God if he’s winning the little towns like this I’m interested to see how well he does in the rest of the state. I sense an Obama landslide in NH.

  4. Austin Brenneman Says:

    Ron Paul got 7% of the vote.

    Cool.

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