Mason, NH, State General Election, November 4, 2014 (Preliminary)

Republican Candidates Democratic Candidates
Governor Walt Havenstein 352 Maggie Hassan 242
US Senator Scott P. Brown 346 Jeanne Shaheen 252
US Representative Marilinda Garcia 338 Ann McLane Kuster 249
Executive Councilor Dave Wheeler 368 Diane Sheehan 218
State Senator Kevin A. Avard 332 Peggy Gilmour 255
State Representatives (2) Jack Flanagan 329 Gale Taylor 208
Christopher R. Adams 306 Melanie Levesque 261
Sheriff James A. Hardy 370 Bill Barry 207
County Attorney Dennis Hogan 341 Patricia M. LaFrance 231
County Treasurer David G. Fredette 367 Theodore Groh 195
Register of Deeds Pamela D. Coughlin 361 Louise Wright 204
Register of Probate Joseph Kelly Levasseur 355 Elizabeth Kulig 203
County Commissioner Carol Holden 365 Susan Ladmer 199

609 ballots cast/940 voters on the checklist, 65% turnout. However, according to selectman Moser, there was a checklist SNAFU so some voters were accidentally removed from the checklist (and had to re-register). Unclear if “voters on the checklist” is the original or updated number.

State Votes, State General Election, November 4, 2014 (Nov 05, 11 a.m. Still Preliminary)

Republican Candidates Democratic Candidates
Governor Walt Havenstein 222,920 Maggie Hassan 249,014
US Senator Scott P. Brown 224,830 Jeanne Shaheen 241,722
US Representative Marilinda Garcia 105,489 Ann McLane Kuster 129,003
Executive Councilor Dave Wheeler 50,713 Diane Sheehan 42,113
State Senator Kevin A. Avard 10,829 Peggy Gilmour 10,506
State Representatives (2) Jack Flanagan 1,509 Gale Taylor 1,011
Christopher R. Adams 1,389 Melanie Levesque 1,254
Sheriff James A. Hardy 1,300 Bill Barry 702
County Attorney Dennis Hogan 1,160 Patricia M. LaFrance 837
County Treasurer David G. Fredette 1,323 Theodore Groh 643
Register of Deeds Pamela D. Coughlin 1,218 Louise Wright 737
Register of Probate Joseph Kelly Levasseur 1,217 Elizabeth Kulig 729
County Commissioner Carol Holden 1,270 Susan Ladmer 684

This story has been updated to reflect the state wide votes for offices relative to Mason. Sources are WMUR and the Nashua Telegraph which didn’t always agree. As of this post, not all precincts had reported, but we took the report with the greatest number of votes.

As a snarfy note, we’d like to point out that incumbant representative Levesque did the best in Mason in picking up independent voters. However, if the results hold up, that doesn’t appear to have been enough to survive the Republican victories at the state level.

Rep. Levesque was instrumental in trying to broker some proposal from Fairpoint. It might not have been the greatest, but was heads over heels over anything offered elsewhere.

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