2012 Election Results

President/Vice-President of the U.S.

Barack Obama/Joe Biden (D) 3940
Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan (R) 3773
Gary Johnson/James P. Gray (L) 112
Virgil Goode/James Clymer (C) 3

New Hampshire Governor

Ovide Lamontagne (R) 3335
Maggie Hassan (D) 4150
John J. Babiarz (L) 230

Congress 2nd District

Charles Bass (R) 3708
Ann McLane Kuster (D) 3502
Hardy Macia (I) 340

Executive Councilor District 5

Debora B. Pignatelli (D) 3532
David K. Wheeler (R) 3746

State Senator

Peter Bragdon (R) 4823

State Rep. District 23 (4 seats)

Robert F. Willette (R) 3774
Stephen J. Palmer (R) 3088
Andrew Seale (R) 3036
Shawn Sweeney (R) 3173
Roger H. Tilton (D) 2834
Ruth Heden (D) 3313
Andy Hughes (D) 2990
Herb Salmon (D) 2730

State Rep. District 40

Gary Daniels (R) 4087
Henry Mullaney (D) 3065

Hillsborough County Sheriff

James A. Hardy (R) 3957
Bill Barry (D) 2998

Hillsborough County Attorney

Patricia M. LaFrance (D) 3482
Dennis Hogan (R) 3386

County Treasurer

David G. Fredette (R) 3525
Shannon Bernier (D) 3288

Register of Deeds

Pamela D. Coughlin (R) 3738
Louise Wright (D) 3082

Register of Probate

Graham V. Smith (D) 3251
Joseph Kelly Levasseur (R) 3491

County Commissioner

Carol H. Holden (R) 3564
Susan Ladmer (D) 2797
James B. Parker (L) 485

2012 Constitutional Amendment Questions

1. “Are you in favor of amending the second part of the constitution by inserting after article 5-b a new article to read as follows: [Art.] 5-c. [Income Tax Prohibited.] Notwithstanding any general or special provision of this constitution, the general court shall not have the power or authority to impose and levy any assessment, rate, or tax upon income earned by any natural person; however, nothing in this Article shall be construed to prohibit any tax in effect on January 1, 2012, or adjustment to the rate of such a tax.” (Passed by the N.H. House 256 Yes 110 No; Passed by State Senate 19 Yes 4 No) CACR 13
Yes 4174 | No 2701

2. “Are you in favor of amending article 73-a of the second part of the constitution to read as follows: [Art.] 73-a [Supreme Court, Administration.] The chief justice of the supreme court shall be the administrative head of all the courts. The chief justice shall, with the concurrence of a majority of the supreme court justices, make rules governing the administration of all courts in the state and the practice and procedure to be followed in all such courts. The rules so promulgated shall have the force and effect of law. The legislature shall have a concurrent power to regulate the same matters by statute. In the event of a conflict between a statute and a court rule, the statute, if not otherwise contrary to this constitution, shall prevail over the rule.” (Passed by the N.H. House 242 Yes 96 No; Passed by State Senate 19 Yes 5 No) CACR 26
Yes 3597 | No 3090

3. “Shall there be a convention to amend or revise the constitution?
Yes 2470 | No 4250