New Hampshire voters cast 828,305 votes in the 2020 general election, putting overall state turnout at about 75.5%. Joe Biden won New Hampshire’s four (4) electoral votes with 52.71% of the vote. New Hampshire has consistently voted for Democrat presidential candidates since 2004, even though Donald Trump almost won the state in 2016, coming short by a very narrow 0.4% margin of defeat.
New Hampshire has a bicameral legislature with 24 senators and 400 representatives. Party control of both chambers has shifted from party to party over the past five (5) years. Governor Chris Sununu (R) will be eligible for re-election in 2022.