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PRIMARY RESULTS: January 27
Democratic Presidential Primary
The 2004 election's first primary -- open, in this case, to Democratic and independent voters -- is held in New Hampshire. Of the state's 27 delegates, 22 are directly tied to the primary results.
This page represents results, including delegate count, reported immediately after each state's contest. More >
RACE STATUS CANDIDATE VOTES VOTE% DEL PRECINCTS LOCAL EXIT POLL
New Hampshire
updated: 5:47 p.m.,
March 2

Kerry 84,229 39%13 100% reporting results by county voter survey results
  Dean 57,788 26%9
  Clark 27,254 13%0
  Edwards 26,416 12%0
  Lieberman 18,829 9%0
  Kucinich 3,104 1%0
  Sharpton 345 0%0

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