Last updated on March 27th, 2020 at 12:11 pm

The main US presidential election in New Hampshire is going to be held on November 3, Tuesday. This election is also going to be part of the whole US Presidential Election along with the other 50 states. This election is going to be taken so that the people of New Hampshire will be able to choose the right candidate which they believe will stand for the Electoral College on November 3, 2020. New Hampshire State has a total of 4 electoral votes in the Electoral College.

2020 New Hampshire Republican Primary:

On Tuesday, February 11, the 2020 New Hampshire Republican Primary was taken place. This primary election was taken place a week after the Iowa caucuses were held. All of the republican candidates held their presidential campaign during 2019 and early January 2020. The 2020 New Hampshire Republican Primary is usually a semi-closed primary election where only Republicans and independents are allowed to vote. The same happened this year as well.

Candidates and results:

Donald Trump:

Donald Trump at his campaign in New Hampshire
Donald Trump at his campaign in New Hampshire

The current president of the USA, Donald Trump of Florida State received almost 84.4% votes in the 2020 New Hampshire Republican Primary. The total number of voters was 129,734. This resulted in a total of 22 estimated delegates count.

William Weld:

William Weld on his Campaign
William Weld on his Campaign

The former governor of Massachusetts, William Weld received only 9% of the votes in 2020 New Hampshire Republican Primary. The total number of voters was 13,844. This resulted in not even one estimated delegates count.

Other Candidates:

Apart from Donald Trump and William Weld, the other candidates on the ballot were Pete Buttigieg (0.7%), Amy Klobuchar (0.7%), Mary Maxwell (0.6%), Joe Walsh (0.5%), Mike Bloomberg (0.5%), Bernie Sanders (0.5%), Mitt Romney (0.4%), Eric Merrill (0.3%), William N. Murphy (0.3%), Tulsi Gabbard (0.2%), Joe Biden (0.2%), Mathew John Matern (0.2%), Stephen B. Comley (0.1%), Tom Steyer (0.1%), Andrew Yang (0.1%), Elizabeth Warren (0.1%), Rocky De La Fuente (0.1%), Rick Kraft (0.1%), Juan Payne (0.1%), Robert Ardini (0.1%), Bob Ely (68 votes), Larry Horn (65 votes), Star Locke (66 votes), and Zoltan Istvan (56 votes). None of these candidates were able to receive a single delegate vote count.

2020 New Hampshire Democratic Primary:

On Tuesday, February 11, the 2020 New Hampshire Democratic Primary was taken place. This primary election was taken place a week after the Iowa caucuses were held. All of the democratic candidates held their presidential campaign during 2019 and early January 2020. The2020 New Hampshire Democratic Primary is usually a semi-closed primary election where only Democrats and independents are allowed to vote. The same happened this year as well.

Candidates and results:

Bernie Sanders:

Bernie Sanders at his campaign in Manchester New Hampshire
Bernie Sanders at his campaign in Manchester New Hampshire

The former member of the US House of Representatives, Bernie Sanders from Vermont state won the primaries receiving almost 25.6% votes in the 2020 New Hampshire Democratic Primary. The total number of voters was 76,352. This resulted in a total of 9 estimated delegates count.

Pete Buttigieg:

Pete Buttigieg during his Campaign
Pete Buttigieg during his Campaign

The former mayor of South Bend, Pete Buttigieg from Indiana State received almost 24.3% votes in the 2020 New Hampshire Democratic Primary. The total number of voters was 72,443. This resulted in a total of 9 estimated delegates count.

Amy Klobuchar:

Amy Klobuchar's surge in New Hampshire
Amy Klobuchar’s surge in New Hampshire

The US Senator from Minnesota, Amy Klobuchar received almost 19.7% votes in the 2020 New Hampshire Democratic Primary. The total number of voters was 58,774. This resulted in a total of 6 estimated delegates count.

Other Candidates:

Apart from Bernie Sanders, Pete Buttigieg, and Amy Klobuchar, the other candidates on the ballot were Elizabeth Warren (9.2%), Joe Biden (8.3%), Tom Steyer (3.6%), Tulsi Gabbard (3.3%), Andrew Yang (2.8%), Michael Bloomberg (2.6%), Deval Patrick (0.4%), Donald Trump (0.4%), Michael Bennet (0.3%), Joe Sestak (0.1%), Cary Booker (0.1%), Kamala Harris (129 votes), Marianne Williamson (99 votes), Steve Burke (86 votes), Julian Castro (83 votes), John Delaney (83 votes), Tom Koos (72 votes), Steve Bullock (64 votes), Michael A. Ellinger (57 votes), David John Thistle (53 votes), Lorenz Kraus (52 votes), Robby Wells (45 votes), Henry Hewes (43 votes), Sam Sloan (34 votes), Mosie Boyd (33 votes), Mark Stewart Greenstein (31 votes), Ben Gleib (30 votes), Thomas James Torgesen (30 votes), Rita Krichevsky (23 votes), Bill Weld (16 votes), Jason Evritte Dunlap (12 votes), Roque De La Fuente (11 votes), and Raymond Michael Moroz (8 votes). None of these candidates were able to receive a single delegate vote count.

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