After a full day of long lines at the polls and last-minute campaigning, the results came in early. Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, who had been leading polls in the state, won the New Hampshire primary. You can catch up with the results and find out what they mean at elections.npr.org and NPRPolitics.org.
Here's how the evening unfolded, in photos:
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Voters cast their ballots at the Bishop Leo E. O'Neil Youth Center in Manchester.
Hillary Clinton campaigns outside a polling place in Manchester. She lost by a larger-than-expected 22-point margin to Bernie Sanders, the winner of Tuesday's Democratic primary.
Sarah Stickney leaves the town hall with her sons after casting her ballot in Canterbury.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie makes a midday stop at T-Bones Great American Eatery in Derry.
Carly Fiorina arrives at a polling station in Bedford.
Donald Trump canvasses at the Webster Elementary School in Manchester.
A man holding campaign signs supporting Jeb Bush, former governor of Florida and 2016 Republican presidential candidate, stands along a road near a polling station in Bedford.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz speaks to the media while leaving the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester.
John Gurney and Lisette Lux, both supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders, kiss while waiting for the Democratic presidential candidate's watch party to begin in Concord.
Future voters attend a primary-night gathering for Hillary Clinton at Southern New Hampshire University in Hooksett.
Presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., delivers remarks during his primary election night party at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester. Rubio, referring to his performance in Saturday's debate, said "I'm disappointed ... I did not do well on Saturday night. So listen to this: It will never happen again."
A campaign staffer places a stage marker as supporters of Ohio Gov. John Kasich wait for results in Concord. Kasich took second place in the Republican contest.
Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks on stage in Concord after declaring victory over Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump walks off stage after speaking at his election night watch party at the Executive Court Banquet Facility in Manchester.