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Election Night, Nov. 6, 2012More images from polling places and campaign parties on Election Day 2012.

Scott Tranchemontagne, left, spokesman for Congressman Charlie Bass checks earl results, staffer Stephanie DuBois and volunteer Harold Parker confer at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord on Tuesday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Scott Tranchemontagne, spokesman for Congressman Charlie Bass, checks on voter results the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, Bass' election-night headquarters, on Tuesday.  (THOMAS ROY/UNION LEADER)
Amy Stevens, a supporter from Concord, awaits results at Congressman Charlie Bass' election-night headquarters, the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, Tuesday night.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Scott Tranchemontagne, left, spokesman for Congressman Charlie Bass, works the board for voter results, with Harold Parker, a volunteer, at Bass' election-night headquarters, the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, Tuesday night.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
From left are Milford High School students Zack Colclasure, Becka Gibson, and Meredith Poplar, all seniors in Dave Alcox's We The People class and supporters of Congressman Charlie Bass, who has visited their class, at his election-night headquarters, the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, on Tuesday.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Scott Tranchemontagne, spokesman for Congressman Charlie Bass, is interviewed as Bass supporters from Milford High School look on Tuesday night at the Grappone Center in Concord, the congressman's election-night headquarters.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
A few people gathered before 8 p.m. at Murphy's Taproom, Congressman Frank Guinta's headquarters for election night.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Sisters Karen McCarthy, left, and Sharyn Kelly, both of Manchester, check results on a tablet Tuesday night at Murphy's Taproom, election-night headquarters for Congressman Frank Guinta. ( JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Supporters of Frank Guinta gather Tuesday night at Murphy's Taproom, election-night headquarters for the congressman.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
John Avard, left, and Steve Focht, both of Manchester, discuss politics and watch election results Tuesday night at Murphy's Taproom, election-night headquarters for Congressman Frank Guinta.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Congressman Frank Guinta speaks to and thanks supporters late Tuesday night at Murphy's Taproom in Manchester, his election-night headquarters.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Congressman Frank Guinta thanks supporters late Tuesday night at Murphy's Taproom in Manchester, his election-night headquarters.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Supporters of Congressman Frank Guinta cheer for a live TV shot shortly after 11 p.m. on Tuesday night at Murphy's Taproom in Manchester, election-night headquarters for the congressman.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
As 7 p.m. approached Tuesday, the line of Ward 2 voters stretched outside and across the parking lot at Hillside Middle School in Manchester.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
As 7 p.m. approached Tuesday, the line of Ward 2 voters stretched outside and across the parking lot at Hillside Middle School in Manchester.  (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Maggie Hassan addresses supporters at the Puritian Backroom in Manchester Tuesday night after winning the race for New Hampshire governor.  (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Maggie Hassan addresses supporters at the Puritian Backroom in Manchester Tuesday night after winning the race for New Hampshire governor.  (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Maggie Hassan addresses supporters at the Puritian Backroom in Manchester Tuesday night after winning the race for New Hampshire governor. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Maggie Hassan addresses supporters at the Puritian Backroom in Manchester Tuesday night after winning the race for New Hampshire governor.  (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Elliott Finn of Meridiith waits for results at Ovide Lamontagne's election-night headquarters in Manchester on Tuesday.  (BRUCE PRESTON/UNION LEADER )
Ovide Lamontagne, with his wife, Bettie, looking on, makes his concession speech to supporters late Tuesday after being defeated by Maggie Hassan in the New Hampshire gubernatorial election.  (Bruce Preston/Union Leader)
Ovide Lamontagne, with his wife, Bettie, looking on, makes his concession speech to supporters late Tuesday after being defeated by Maggie Hassan in the New Hampshire gubernatorial election.  (Bruce Preston/Union Leader)
The stage was set for supporters of President Obama to gather and watch the election results Tuesday night at the Radisson in Manchester. (JOSH GIBNEY/UNION LEADER)
Ken Nolan, left, Veterans Outreach director of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee, talks with John Potucek of Derry as Nolan's daughter Geri-Lynn Nolan watches television coverage at Jillian's in Manchester Tuesday night.  (Mark Bolton/Union Leader )
: Bette Bramante and Katie Payne of Durham donned layers and mittens for a cold morning of campaigning outside of the polls at Oyster River High School on Tuesday morning. (Gretyl MacAlaster/Union Leader Correspondent)
Raymond voter Dean Burleigh chats with Jimmy Nye, campaigning for Rockingham County Sheriff candidate Mike Downing, outside of the Raymond polls on Tuesday. (Gretyl MacAlaster/Union Leader Correspondent)
Hampton ballot clerk Jon Foley feeds a ballot into the machine at the polls on Tuesday afternoon as four other ballot clerks wait for voters to exit the booths.  (Gretyl MacAlaster/Union Leader Correspondent)
Students turned out in huge numbers to register to vote for the first time at the polls in Durham on Tuesday, with lines winding the hallways at Oyster River High School even as the doors were locked and the polls were closed. Anyone inside the building would be allowed to vote no matter how long it took, town officials said. (Gretyl MacAlaster/Union Leader Correspondent )
University of New Hampshire students Brandon Paige, 21, left, and Nick Deal, 22, fill out voter registration forms after waiting in line for over an hour at the polls in Durham on Tuesday. Students turned out in huge numbers to register for the first time. (Gretyl MacAlaster/Union Leader Correspondent )
Election volunteer George Scott chats wtih Jane Shapiro at the Keene Ward 2 polls Tuesday afternoon.  (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Huseyin Sakar lets his six-year-old daughter Yaren Asker submit his ballot at the Keene Ward two polls on Tuesday afternoon.  (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Six-year-old Brooke Ells watches her mothers ballot get sucked into a machine at the Keene Ward 2 polls Tuesday afternoon. (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Three tables for voters registration were busy all day at the Keene Ward 2 polls.  (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Moderator Ellen Wishart helps a man with the process of registering to vote. (Meghan Pierce/Union Leader Correspondent)
Ann Kuster claims her victory at the Capital Center for the Arts, on Tuesday in Concord.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Ann Kuster claims her victory with her biggest fan and volunteer Frank Vinciguerra, from Concord, at the Capital Center for the Arts, on Tuesday in Concord.  (Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Charlie Murdoch Roy, 6, from Concord, plays on his IPad at Ann Kuster's victory headquarters at the Capital Center for the Arts, on Tuesday in Concord. ( Thomas Roy/Union Leader)
Supporters react as they watch television coverage of the election at a President Obama viewing party at the Radisson in Manchester Tuesday night.  (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
Alison Bell of Boston, and Jens Wittkowski of Germany, watch the television coverage of the election at a President Obama viewing party at the Radisson in Manchester Tuesday night.
 (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)