HANOVER, NH – Following a disappointing performance in the Iowa caucuses, republican hopeful Jeb Bush quickly turned his sights to New Hampshire. Jeb’s fourth and final stop of the day yesterday was at the historic Hanover Inn, located on the Dartmouth College campus.
PLYMOUTH- After earning just under two-percent of the vote in Monday's Iowa Caucus, Republican Presidential Candidate John Kasich hosted a town hall meeting in Plymouth, New Hampshire on Tuesday night.
CALEDONIA COUNTY- Although he is on his way out as the St. Johnsbury Town Manager, John Hall has been elected one of the two seats for Caledonia County Assistant Judge alongside Incumbent Roy C. Vance.
VERMONT- Jim Condos and Beth Pearce will remain in the capital as both won their respective races by large margins.
NEW HAMPSHIRE- Democrat Ann McLane Kuster was elected to the House of Representatives District 2 after results were collected from last night's election.
BURLINGTON - It's two more years for Incumbent Democratic Congressman Peter Welch after a landslide victory in last night's election.
CALEDONIA COUNTY- Incumbent Dean Shatney defended his position as Caledonia County Sheriff in last night's election.
BURLINGTON- William Sorrell will remain Vermont's Attorney General as he will return for his ninth term after winning the Attorney General race last night.
ST. JOHNSBURY - Repbulicans Scott Beck and Janssen Willhoit unseated Democratic Incumbents Bob South and Michelle Fay in a close contest last night.
NEW HAMPSHIRE- Maggie Hassan will now be looking forward to serving a second term as New Hampshire State Governor.
NEW HAMPSHIRE- With only one seat available in the United States Senate for New Hampshire, Incumbent Jeanne Shaheen took the seat once again.
CALEDONIA COUNTY- Jane Kitchel and Joe Benning will remain in the state senate after winning yesterday's elections. Democrat Jane Kitchel received 45 percent of the votes and Republican Joe Benning received 35 percent of the votes.
ST. JOHNSBURY - One by one voters made their way out to the polls to make sure that their voices where heard. Voting in St. Johnsbury kicked off this morning at 10 a.m. at the Father Lively Center.
VERMONT- The Lieutenant Government Race is almost done for this election season and three candidates, incumbent Republican Phil Scott, Progressive/Democratic Dean Corren and Marina Brown of the Liberty Union, are running for this position.
St. Johnsbury- Daniele Kostruba and Incumbent Dean Shatney are the only two candidates left in the race to become the Caledonia County Sheriff. Independent candidate Joel Pierce has dropped out of the race.
NORTHEAST KINGDOM- Lisa Warren, Incumbent State's Attorney, is running unopposed for Caledonia County this election day.
AROUND THE NEK - Republican Incumbent Martha "Marty" Feltus looks to win one of the two seats for State Representative in Caledonia District Four.
NORTHEAST KINGDOM- Running unopposed is Incumbent Constance "Connie" Quimby who will be re-elected as State Representative for the Essex- Caledonia district this election day.
NORTHEAST KINGDOM- Richard "Dick" Lawrence, a retired farmer, is running unopposed for State Representative in Caledonia District Four. There are two seats open, and Lawrence is expected to take one of them this election day.
LYNDONVILLE- Doors opened at 8 a.m. in Lyndonville for this year’s election and many local voters have been paying a visit to the voting booths.
NORTHEAST KINGDOM- Democratic Incumbent Catherine "Kitty" Toll is looking to win another term as State Representative. She is running unopposed for the position.
NORTHEAST KINGDOM- The race for governor is almost at the finish line, with three candidates pulling hard through the last leg. The three candidates running for Governor are Incumbent Peter Shumlin, Republican candidate Scott Milne and Liberatarian candidate Dan Feliciano.
VERMONT- It was a close race throughout the night for Governor and there is still no decision on who will be the Vermont Governor over the next two years.
VERMONT- Lieutenant Governor Phil Scott will be serving his third term in the Lieutenant Governor's Office.
NEW HAMPSHIRE - The United States Senate race between incumbent Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Candidate Scott Brown has been tight, and appears it will come right down to the wire.