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Who’s ahead in the New Hampshire 1st District House race?

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U.S. House, NH-1, 2022
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1,043LV
Nov.2-6
1,043LV
Pappas
50%
Pappas
50%

Pappas

50%

Leavitt

49%
49%
Leavitt  Pappas+1
791LV
Oct.28-29
791LV
Pappas
45%
Pappas
45%

Pappas

45%

Leavitt

51%
51%
Leavitt  Leavitt+6
525LV
Oct.25-26
525LV
Pappas
48%
Pappas
48%

Pappas

48%

Leavitt

44%
44%
Leavitt  Pappas+4
250LV
Oct.2-6
250LV
Pappas
48%
Pappas
48%

Pappas

48%

Leavitt

47%
47%
Leavitt  Pappas+1
450LV
Sep.27-28
450LV
Pappas
49%
Pappas
49%

Pappas

49%

Leavitt

41%
41%
Leavitt  Pappas+8
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