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2022 NH State General Election results posted, 65.3% voter turnout

The Rochester City Clerk’s Office is pleased to report the official citywide voter returns for the NH State General Election. Voter turnout in Rochester was 65.3% or 12,645 total votes cast out of a possible 19,370 registered voters.

Citywide Totals:

  • Governor: Chris Sununu [R] — 7625 or 60%
  • United States Senator: Maggie Hassan [D] — 6191 or 49%
  • Representative in Congress: Chris Pappas [D] — 6329 or 50%
  • State Senator: James P. Gray [R] — 6363 or 50.3%
  • County Attorney: Thomas P. Velardi — 11483 or 90.8%
  • State Representatives: District 19 (3)
    • Daniel Fitzpatrick [D] — 4760 or 15.12%
    • James Connor [R] — 4791 or 15.22%
    • Kelley L. Potenza [R] — 4701 or 14.93%
  • Sherrif: Mark Brave [D] — 11492 or 90.9%
  • Register of Probate: Nancy Sirois [R] — 6514 or 51.51%
  • County Treasurer: Sherry Beaudoin [R] — 6347 or 50.19%
  • Register of Deeds: Warren W. Smith [R] — 6002 or 47.47%

For the complete list of results, click here.

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