Who’s Winning in New Hampshire?

flag_of_new_hampshireNew Hampshire has 4 electoral votes. Though small, the Granite State is potentially a crucial chink in Clinton’s “blue firewall,” and Trump has been campaigning heavily there. In February the state rewarded Trump with his first primary victory.

As of Monday afternoon, the RealClearPolitics average of the most recent New Hampshire polls showed Trump and Clinton deadlocked, and Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight gave Clinton a 66.1% percent chance of winning the state.

The polls close at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. We will update with the reported results as soon as they come in.

Here’s how New Hampshire voted in the last four presidential elections:

2012: Democrat (52.0%)

2008: Democrat (54.1%)

2004: Democrat (50.4%)

2000: Republican (48.1%)

Find out who’s winning in other battleground states: Florida, Ohio, North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Maine, Minnesota, Iowa, Nevada, Georgia, and Colorado.

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