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NH election officials: Don’t expect a repeat of Iowa in New Hampshire

NH election officials: Don’t expect a repeat of Iowa in New Hampshire

by Mark Hayward New Hampshire Union Leader  |  Published on February 6, 2020

Political stalwarts in New Hampshire expressed confidence that Monday’s Iowa caucus debacle would not repeat itself here next Tuesday, when the world focuses on the the first-in-the-nation presidential primary.

The state’s top election official stressed that no apps are used to count or tabulate votes in the Granite State, unlike in Iowa, where a cellphone app frustrated efforts to quickly produce outcomes of some 1,600 caucuses.

The New Hampshire primary differs from Iowa caucuses in many regards, said Secretary of State Bill Gardner:

New Hampshire’s primary is an election run by municipal officials, as opposed to the political parties that run the Iowa caucuses.

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