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New Hampshire Secretary of State - Election Divisioin
2002 New Hampshire Congressional and Statewide Primary Results
Primary: 9/10/02,
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Governor, two year term, 48.7% in '00, 3rd term, Jeanne Shaheen (D) running for Senate,
St. Sen. Mark Fernald (D) 55.3%, St. Sen. Beverly Hollingworth (D) 44.7%, businessman Craig Benson (R) 36.8%, state university system chair Bruce Keough (R) 33.8%, ex-U.S. Sen. / '00 nominee Gordon Humphrey (R) 28.0%, businessman Robert Kingsbury (R) 0.6%, janitor Joe Haas (R) 0.5%, musician / author / '98 candidate Robert H. "Bob" Kroepel (R) 0.4%, '00 nominee / businessman / cemetary trustee John Babiarz (L),
Senator, 49.4% in '96, 2th term,
Gov. Jeanne Shaheen (D), U.S. Rep. John E. Sununu (R) 53.5%, ex-Independent Bob Smith (R) 44.7%, video store clerk Kenneth Scot Stremsky (R) 1.8%, '92 nominee / realtor Kenneth E. Blevens, Sr. (L), Aaron Michael Rizzio (G), high school athletic director David Gosselin (I),
1st Congressional District, 52.8% in '00, 3rd term, John Edward Sununu Jr. (R) running for Senate,
St. Rep. / '00 nominee Martha Fuller Clark (D) 84.6%, writer / teacher Sean Patrick Dean (D) 15.4%, St. Rep. Jeb E. Bradley (R) 31.8%, ass't. St. Safety Comm'r. John A. Stephen (R) 23.5%, businessman Sean Mahoney (R) 18.8%, St. Rep. Vivian R. Clark (R) 9.4%, communications exec. Wayne Barrows (R) 8.2%, St. Rep. Francine "Fran" Wendelboe (R) 6.1%, businessman Gary Scott Hoffman (R) 1.5%, '00 Reform party candidate / businessman Bob Bevill (R) 0.7%, 2000 nominee / investment manager Dan Belforti (L),
2nd Congressional District, 56.2% in '00, 4th term,
political consultant Katrina Swett (D) 78.8%, 2000 candidate / attorney Norman H. "N.H." Jackman (D) 21.2%, Charles F. Bass (R) 85.9%, teacher / '98 & '00 Hawaii candidate Eugene F. Douglass (R) 14.1%, Grafton town Auditor Rosalie T. Babiarz (L),

1. Key to New Hampshire Political Parties:
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(L) = Libertarian Party
(R) = Republican Party

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