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GALLERY: New Hampshire primaries result in heartbreak and victory

By Daily Free Press Photographers

The New Hampshire primary election drew candidates to the Granite State, canvassers to the streets and voters to the polls to divy the 22 delegates available. In the Republican primary, Donald Trump was victorious over competitor Nikki Haley, winning 12 and 9 delegates respectively. 

Due to conflict between the New Hampshire constitution and the Democratic National Convention, President Joe Biden did not appear on the New Hampshire Primary Ballot, but a successful write-in campaign resulted in the incumbent receiving 63.9% of the vote to Dean Phillips 19.3% and third-place finisher Marianne Williamson’s 4%.

A voter ponders his decision in the New Hampshire Primary. JIASHAN ZHENG/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A poll worker shows off the different hand-drawn “I Voted” stickers for New Hampshire voters. TAYLOR COESTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A man records his vote in the New Hampshire Primary at a polling station. ZIYU (JULIAN) ZHU/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A man and woman prepare to vote at the Bishop Leo E. O’Neil Youth Center. ZIYU (JULIAN) ZHU/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Kevin Huang, 27, a volunteer for candidate Dean Phillips’ (D-MN) presidential campaign, who traveled to Manchester from Boston to show his support for Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips walks down Elm Street with a sign. MATTHEW EADIE/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Pierre Dupont of Manchester, 68, canvassed for Donald Trump in 2016, Mitt Romney in 2008- and George W. Bush in 2004. Despite initially favoring Ron Desantis, Pierre showed up to the Bishop Leo E. O’Neil Youth Center to support Trump in the Republican primary. CLARE ONG/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Brendan O’Connor, 65, and self proclaimed “weird Democrat” initially supported Robert Francis Kennedy Jr. in the presidential election before a conversation with candidate Dean Phillips on Veterans Day swayed O’Connor, saying that he appreciates Phillips’ stance on America’s involvement in wars. CLARE ONG/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Mother and Son duo Meg and PJ Lutz canvas for Joe Biden outside of Bicentennial Elementary School in Nashua, New Hampshire. Meg, 44, said that supporters may not be aware of the Write-In Biden campaign, so canvassing is important. CLARE ONG/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Yehuda Miller, a Republican county committee member in New Jersey, speaks to a camera at Dean Phillip’s primary election night party in Manchester, New Hampshire. TAYLOR COESTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips watch updates on the Republican New Hampshire primary at Phillips’s primary election night watch party in Manchester, New Hampshire. TAYLOR COESTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A young follower of Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips holds up a sign demonstrating his support. TAYLOR COESTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips prepares to speak at his primary election night watch party on Tuesday. TAYLOR COESTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips holds a sign demonstrating her support at Phillips’s election night watch party on Tuesday. TAYLOR COESTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips concludes his speech at his election night watch party after announcing he will continue his campaign for presidency after winning under 20% of the vote in the New Hampshire Primary. MATTHEW EADIE/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A supporter of Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson reacts to a loss in the New Hampshire primary to President Joe Biden. SYDNEY ROTH/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson is comforted after winning just 4% of the votes in the New Hampshire Democratic primary on Tuesday. BRENDA GONZALEZ/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson reacts to a third-place finish in the New Hampshire Democratic primary behind President Joe Biden and candidate Dean Phillips. BRENDA GONZALEZ/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley greets a young supporter on stage at her primary election night party on Tuesday. MOLLY POTTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley speaks to her supporters during her election night watch party after winning 43.2% of votes in the New Hampshire Republican primary. MOLLY POTTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley hold signs on stage at Haley’s primary election night watch party on Tuesday. MOLLY POTTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley celebrates a second-place finish behind former president Donald Trump with her son Rena and daughter Nalin. MOLLY POTTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
New Hampshire governor Chris Sununu talks to Haley supporters at Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley’s primary election night watch party after endorsing Haley in December. MOLLY POTTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy arrives at Republican candidate and former President Donald Trump’s election night victory party in Nashua, New Hampshire. CLARE ONG/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Eric Trump, son of Republican candidate and former President Donald Trump, speaks to reporters on Tuesday from Real America’s Voice in Manchester, New Hampshire. MOLLY POTTER/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A young Trump supporter in a “Make America Great Again” hat converses with other attendees at Republican candidate and former President Donald Trump’s primary election night victory party in Nashua, New Hampshire. ZIYU (JULIAN) ZHU/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A Trump supporter points to a “Make America Great Again” at Republican candidate and former President Donald Trump’s primary election night victory party after winning 54.3% of the votes in the New Hampshire Republican primary. JIASHAN ZHENG/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER

 

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