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New Hampshire Primary 2012 Results: Election Reporting By County (MAP, REAL-TIME DATA)

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This is where you'll find up-to-the-minute New Hampshire Primary 2012 results.

The Republican presidential candidates are vying for not only a share of the Granite State's 12 delegates, but also for momentum as they continue to fight for the nomination.

The map below, featuring real-time data provided to HuffPost by the Associated Press, shows county-by-county results.

To see the returns for a specific county, simply click that area of the map. You'll also be able to see how Mitt Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts and current GOP front-runner, fared in the state in the 2008 primary.

According to the latest polls, Romney, who last week won the Iowa caucus by eight votes, has a commanding lead with 37 percent. Ron Paul, the congressman from Texas, and Jon Huntsman, the former governor of Utah and one-time ambassador to China, trail with 17.5 percent and 16.5 percent, respectively.

In 2008, Romney lost the New Hampshire primary to John McCain (R-Ariz.) by about 13,000 votes.

The map is updated in real-time, so there's no need to refresh for the page for the latest results.

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  Obama Romney
Obama Romney
332 206
Obama leading
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Popular Vote
33 out of 100 seats are up for election. 51 are needed for a majority.
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Holdover
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Democrats* Republicans
Current Senate 53 47
Seats gained or lost +2 -2
New Total 55 45
* Includes two independent senators expected to caucus with the Democrats: Angus King (Maine) and Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.).
All 435 seats are up for election. 218 are needed for a majority.
Democrat leading
Democrat won
Republican leading
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Democrats Republicans
Seats won 201 234
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