New Hampshire's Presidential Primary News Source

       2012 NH Presidential Primary Final Results

Poll Source Romney Paul Gingrich Santorum Perry Roemer
NH final 39.3% 22.9% 9.4% 9.4% 0.7% 0.4% 

2012 Fringe Candidates

Below, all other candidates who filed with the New Hampshire secretary of state are listed, along with their websites when available.


  Stewart Alexander
(S)

Bear Betzler
(R)

Timothy Brewer
(R)

Mark Callahan
(R)

Hugh Cort
(R)

Randy Crow
(R)

L. John Davis, Jr
(R)

Keith Drummond
(R)

Bob Ely
(D)

Craig Freis
(R)
  Roger Gary
(L)

Bob Greene
(D)

Stewart J. Greenleaf
(R)
  RJ Harris
(L)

John D. Haywood
(D)

Christopher V. Hill
(R)

Robert B. Jordan
(D)

Jeff Lawman
(R)

Benjamin Linn
(R)
  Andy Martin
(R)
  Jimmy McMillan
(R)

Michael J. Meehan
(R)
  Tom Miller
(R)

Cornelius Edward O’Connor
(D)

Edward T. O’Donnell, Jr
(D)
  Carl Person
(L)

Darcy Richardson
(D)

Joe Robinson
(R)

Kevin Rubash
(R)
  Matt Snyder
(R)

Joe Story
(R)

Vermin Supreme
(D)

Linden Swift
(R)
  Randall Terry
(D)

Aldous C. Tyler
(D)

James A. Vestermark
(R)

John Wolfe, Jr
(D)
  Danny Woodring
(I)
  R. Lee Wrights
(L)
  Vern Wuensche
(R)

What does it take to get on the New Hampshire Presidential Primary ballot?

According to the secretary of state, "Any person who is qualified under the United States Constitution (Article II, Section 1) [United States Citizen; resident of United States for 14 years and 35 years of age] and is a registered Republican or Democrat may file to be a candidate in the New Hampshire Presidential Primary Election."

It costs $1,000 to file to run for president.