Nov 9, 2016 12:43 PM
Clinton wins NH by nearly 1,500 votes, loses presidency to Trump
Hillary Clinton won the New Hampshire electoral votes, but came up short overall to Donald Trump for the presidency.
All 300 precincts have been accounted for within the Granite State, showing Democratic nominee Clinton winning 48 percent of the state with 346,816 votes.
GOP Donald Trump received 345,379 votes, taking 47 percent of the state's votes.
Libertarian Gary Johnson received 30,311 votes at four percent, Green Party Jill Stein took 6,228 at one percent, and ADP Rocky De La Fuente won 672 votes at zero percent.
Donald Trump ultimately became president, reaching the 270 electoral votes needed.