January 10, 2012

Record turnout is expected for New Hampshire's GOP race. Also, just in...early exit poll data shows that nearly 7 out of 10 GOP voters in New Hampshire are very worried about the economy.

The only real questions tonight are who comes in 2nd, and then who comes in last? Results are coming in quickly this evening...

7:36 pm EST and most New Hampshire polls are now closed. As you can see in the graph, Mitt Romney is in the lead, but Ron Paul is really starting to rack up the votes. Rick Perry is barely a blip, not even hitting 100 votes yet tonight.

Also, according to an exit poll...19% of today's voters didn't decide who to cast their vote for until today.

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