N.H. Map: How Has Your Town Voted In Recent Elections?

Nov 1, 2016

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 On Tuesday, New Hampshire voters will head to the polls to cast votes in national and statewide races.

Thanks to NHPR's New Hampshire Elections Database, we're able to take a look at town-level election results up and down the ballot dating all the way back to 1972.

So, how has your New Hampshire town voted in recent gubernatorial and presidential elections? How about U.S. Senate Races? Explore our interactive maps to find out.

Map 1: How N.H. Towns Voted for President and Governor

Toggle between "President" and "Governor" and then click through the map to see how New Hampshire towns have voted in recent elections.

Data via the NHPR NH Elections Database

Map 2: How N.H. Towns Voted for U.S. Senate

Toggle between election years and then click through the map to see how New Hampshire towns voted. Darker blue indicates towns with a higher percentage of  Democratic votes, while darker red towns had a higher percentage of Republican votes.

Data via the NHPR NH Elections Database