Midterms Live results

By Dylan Scott and Ryan Mark

New Hampshire results for every midterm race

All the action in New Hampshire on Election Day is at the state level: No Senate seats are on the ballot in 2018, and neither of its House races are supposed to be competitive.

The biggest question in the Granite State: Is there really any chance Republican Gov. Chris Sununu could lose? Sununu comes from a legendary New Hampshire political family, and his two years in office (New Hampshire has very short terms) have been graded mostly as a success. He has a 60 percent approval rating with voters.

But his race against Democratic challenger Molly Kelly, who served for 10 years in the state legislature, has become a popular sleeper pick for an unexpected Democratic flip. Election forecasters rate the race as “merely” Likely Republican — a mild surprise, considering how personally popular Sununu is. But Trump is deeply unpopular here (57 percent disapproval rating, per Morning Consult), and that kind of backlash could potentially drag down even an incumbent as well-liked as Sununu.

The other race to watch actually involves 400 elections: Every seat on New Hampshire’s comically large, currently-Republican House is on the ballot, and Democrats also have a good shot to take the state Senate back. If Kelly can pull off an upset over Sununu, Democrats could suddenly have full control of New Hampshire.

New Hampshire US House 1

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Chris Pappas 155,277 54%
GOP Eddie Edwards 130,193 45%
LIB Dan Belforti 3,841 1%
IND Nansi Craig 0 0%
IND Eric Eastman 0 0%
113 of 113 (100%) precincts reporting, 289,311 total votes

New Hampshire US House 2

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
DEM Ann McLane Kuster 144,020 56%
GOP Steve Negron 107,322 42%
LIB Justin O'Donnell 5,733 2%
IND Gary Moody 98 0%
IND Dexter Dow 0 0%
159 of 184 (86%) precincts reporting, 257,173 total votes

New Hampshire Governor

Updated Nov 19, 2018, 5:11pm EST
GOP Chris Sununu 302,092 53%
DEM Molly Kelly 261,859 46%
LIB Jilletta Jarvis 7,671 1%
292 of 297 (98%) precincts reporting, 571,622 total votes