September 15, 2010


Too Close to Call in New Hampshire

"Riding a surge of late-breaking support from conservatives and even mainstream Republicans who grew tired of his foes' negative campaign tactics," Ovide Lamontagne (R) "was desperately trying early this morning to hold onto a lead he mounted in initial returns and pull off an epic upset in the GOP U.S. Senate primary," the New Hampshire Union Leader reports.

But the AP "showed that with half the vote counted, the long-time front-runner in the race, former Attorney General Kelly Ayotte (R), had pulled even."

WMUR-TV: "Both candidates urged their supporters to wait for more numbers to come in before determining who won."










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