I'm a struck watching the vote totals coming in, and it's early so this could be a county-reporting issue, but it appears that twice as many Dems voted as Republicans (they've got 15% reporting at this point, so it's early).
Still, the top 3 Dems = approx. 40,000 votes, while the top three Republicans = approximately 20,000. Interesting to parse if that number holds. I thought NH had a pretty sturdy Republican streak to it.
Ah, they're saying a lot of Manchester is coming in.