It’s primary day in New Hampshire and voters across the nation are anxious to find out who will claim victory in 2016’s first presidential primary on Tuesday.
CNN and other major news networks will provide live televised updates throughout the day, but don’t need to stay glued to the TV all day — keep tabs on the NH primary results on your computer, iPhone, iPad, or Android mobile device.
Find links to apps and live stream information below as well as early predictions, New Hampshire poll closing times, and an estimation of when the final results will be in. Check out the live Twitter feed below for the latest buzz about the primary results.
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CNN will be offering NH primary coverage on TV all day on Tuesday. If you are at work or on-the-go, watch the CNN live stream on your computer or download the free CNN app for Apple, Android or Windows mobile devices to get live updates and primary results as soon as they are in.
Keep up with the latest primary chatter on Twitter — use the hashtag #NHPrimary to search for related tweet or when you tweet about today’s presidential primary.
What time do polls close and when will the results be in? According to Yahoo, there are 319 polling locations in New Hampshire and while most will close by 7 p.m. ET, approximately 20 locations will stay open until 8 p.m. ET.
Preliminary results may be available early-on, but the official count may not come for hours after the polls close — especially if the race is closer than polls predicted.
Three small towns in New Hampshire (Hart’s Location, Dixville Notch and Millsfield) were the first to open their polls at midnight. Results from the nine voters in Dixville Notch were the first to come in shortly before 1 a.m. Sanders received 4 votes (Clinton – 0) and Kasich beat Trump 3-2.
CNN reports that Kasich and Sanders also won in Hart’s Location, and in Millsfield, Clinton beat Sanders (2 to 1) and Cruz was victorious over Trump (9 to 3).
Who is predicted to win the New Hampshire primary? Polls vary, but the majority seem to predict Sanders and Trump will win. However, Trump was expected to be the big winner in Iowa but Ted Cruz pushed “The Donald” into second place.
Bottom line, we won’t know for sure who will be giving victory speeches in New Hampshire until all of the votes are tallied.