New Hampshire Rockingham District 6 Special GOP Primary

There are two weeks until Election Day. See our First Look for a brief overview of the races we'll be following that day.

This Tuesday, there is one state house special election primary.

New Hampshire Rockingham District 6

The 400 member New Hampshire House is the largest one in the United States. There are currently 207 Republicans and 188 Democrats, with five vacancies. The next regularly scheduled elections are in 2022.

With 10 seats, Rockingham 6 is one of the state's largest multi-member districts. All nine incumbents are Republican. The vacancy in the remaining seat occurred in August when Republican Anne Copp resigned.

Mary Eisner was the only Democrat to qualify; she will be the party's nominee in the December 7 special general election. Eisner finished first among 10 Democrats in the 2020 general election, but 11th overall

Three Republicans are competing for the nomination in Tuesday's primary. Polls close at 8:00 PM ET.


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