Presidential Primary Unofficial Election Results for Durham, NH

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

9:45 PM 

From Oyster River High School Polling Location

 

A photograph of Democratic Presidential candidate Vermin Supreme taken this past Saturday in Manchester, NH.  Courtesy Susan Roman

 

Dear Members of the Community,

 

The unofficial First in the Nation NH Presidential Primary results for Durham, NH are in.  The polls opened in Durham at 7 AM and closed at 7 PM at the Oyster River High School. 

 

In total 1,097 Republican and 676 Democratic ballots were cast for a total of 1,773 votes. This turnout is equivalent to a moderately high turnout in a town/school board election for Durham.

 

Election results are as follows:

 

REPUBLICAN PARTY

Joe Story – 0

Linden Swift – 0

James A. Vestermark – 0

Vern Wuensche – 0

Michele Bachmann – 1

Bear Betzler – 0

Timothy Brewer – 0

Herman Cain – 1

Mark Callahan – 0

Hugh Cort – 0

Randy Crow – 0

L. John Davis, Jr. – 0

Keith Drummond – 0

Newt Gingrich – 62

Stewart J. Greenleaf – 0

Christopher Hill – 0

Jon Huntsman – 296

Gary Johnson – 3

Fred Karger – 0

Jeff Lawman – 0

Benjamin Linn – 1

Andy Martin – 0

Michael J. Meehan – 0

Ron Paul – 219

Rick Perry – 1

Joe Robinson – 0

Buddy Roemer – 10

Mitt Romney – 437

Kevin Rubash – 1

Rick Santorum – 56

Miscellaneous Write-ins – 3

Blank Ballots - 3

 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY

Randall Terry - 0

Aldous C. Tyler – 0

John Wolfe, Jr. – 0

Ed Cowan – 2

Bob Ely – 3

Craig “Tax Freeze” Freis – 2

Bob Greene – 2

John D. Haywood – 2

Robert B. Jordan – 1

Barack Obama – 632

Cornelius Edward O’Connor – 0

Edward T. O’Donnell, Jr. – 2

Darcy G. Richardson – 3

Vermin Supreme – 6

Miscellaneous Write-ins - 16

Blank Ballots - 3

 

A thank you is extended to all of the election officials who worked hard preparing for and officiating a smooth election day in Durham today. 

 

A thank you is also extended to the Oyster River Cooperative School District for the use of the High School gymnasium all day, as well as to the Durham Department of Public Works for setting up the polling place for citizens of the community.

 

Please have a good evening.

 

Todd

 

Todd I. Selig, Administrator

Town of Durham, New Hampshire