MANCHESTER, NH – The unofficial Manchester results have been tabulated for the state general election, provided by City Clerk Matthew Normand. Results represent tabulated ballots only, and does not include hand count ballots and write-in votes. Official results of this election will be released by the Secretary of State upon certification.
County and state races are still being tabulated as of 10 p.m. You can check on the progress of various races using the link below, which connects to NHPR’s live results page.
Mayor Joyce Craig issued the following statements on the various statewide races as results came in Tuesday night:
“Molly Kelly has long been a champion for issues facing New Hampshire. She ran a great campaign positively focused on increasing education funding, expanding clean energy and improving our workforce development — things that are important to all of us, regardless of political party. I want to congratulate Governor Sununu on his re-election and look forward to continue working together to make Manchester a better place for all residents.”
“For years, Chris Pappas has been a good friend and effective partner in moving Manchester forward. As a lifelong resident, a graduate of Manchester public schools and small business owner, Chris understands the challenges our community faces and has worked hard to address them. This is why I am thrilled that tonight, the people of the first congressional district voted to elect him to Congress. I look forward to working with him to continue to make our state a better place.”
“I was excited to cast my vote for Gray Chynoweth for Executive Council. While I’m disappointed he wasn’t elected to represent Manchester, I know he will continue to be a wonderful partner in helping to move our city forward.”
Manchester State Senate races:
“Here in Manchester, we’re lucky to have three wonderful state senators who are dedicated to making our community stronger. I’m proud our team of Senators — Lou D’allesandro, Donna Soucy and Kevin Cavanaugh — will continue to represent the Queen City in Concord.”
Below are the totals for Manchester, including Ward by Ward results.