Several races in New Hampshire are too close to call as of Tuesday night. First, the race for Governor is split right down the middle, between Republican Chris Sununu and Democrat Colin Van Ostern,
The race for senate is also too close to call, Democratic Governor Maggie Hassan and Incumbent Republican Kelly Ayotte are neck and neck as well.
On Tuesday night, Senator Kelly Ayotte took the stage in Concord just after midnight. Ayotte and Chris Sununu addressed their supporters both saying they were very optimistic about how the course of the night went. Both telling their supporters obviously they were very pleased about how things were going, but they weren’t going to declare a victory yet, as they said every vote counts.
“I believe strongly in the fact that we want to have every vote counted in this race before we come out and talk to you about a victory here. I want to come out and say thank you from the bottom of my heart. We’re upbeat, we’re confident, but we want to make sure we do this the New Hampshire way, where we have every vote in, because every vote matters in this state,” said Ayotte.
“As we know that opponents went home, it was past their bedtime, I guess they had to go home without making a statement. But we’re going to stay here, I hope you guys are going to stay around and stick with us,” said Sununu.
Local 22 & 44 will post the final election results as soon as we have them.