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Live results: Two competitive races for New Hampshire House seats

November 06, 2012|By Matt Pearce
  • Bob Lenzi helps voters into a booth at a polling station in Manchester, N.H., on election day.
Bob Lenzi helps voters into a booth at a polling station in Manchester, N.H.,… (Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg )

In one of a just a handful of battleground states this election cycle, New Hampshire officials expected a high turnout Tuesday as Granite State voters decide several key down-ballot matchups, including a competitive race for the open governor’s seat.

The matchups for both of New Hampshire’s Republican-held U.S. House seats are expected to be competitive, in reruns of the same races two years ago: Seven-term Republican incumbent Charles Bass barely eked out a win against Democratic challenger Ann McLane Kuster in 2010 for the 2nd District, and former Democratic Rep. Carol Shea-Porter is trying to reclaim the 1st District seat Rep. Frank Guinta took amid massive gains in the House for the GOP in the last election cycle. Guinta claimed a 12-point margin against Shea-Porter during the last go-round.

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