New Hampshire Public Radio has released a new, comprehensive database of New Hampshire election results dating back to 1970, up and down the ballot.
From the primary, to statewide gubernatorial and congressional elections, to county-level offices and the legislature, the database includes the results of every race, along with vote counts, at the individual town, city and ward level. The results are free and fully searchable by the public.
We’ve already gotten started experimenting with the database, to see what kind of new analysis is possible, including:
- A gallery of interactive maps showing the town-level results of the New Hampshire primary going back to 1972.
- An analysis of the growing influence that small towns have in the presidential primary — particularly on the Democratic side.
- A closer look at the 2008 Democratic presidential primary and the Republican contest, to see what recent history might tell us about how the 2016 races turn out.
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Currently data about 15,933 Elections and 10,107 Candidates