UPDATE, 1:45 a.m.: Full Salem results are available below.
UPDATE, 11:55 p.m.: All four of Salem's voting districts have finally reported to Town Hall, so we expect results to start coming in shortly.
For now, we have Atkinson and Plaistow results for Senate District 22. Incumbent Chuck Morse has a big lead so far.
ORIGINAL STORY: Salem voters will be heading to the polls today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. to decide several important elections, from President of the United States down to Rockingham County offices and everything in between.
Below we've set up our charts to fill in once we get the results, which given the expected turnout volume may not be for several hours after the polls close.
Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest, but we will update the charts once we receive the results from Town Clerk Susan Wall. Bookmark this page to have it ready to look up later tonight.
Additionally, we are anticipating receiving results from the towns of Pelham, Plaistow and Atkinson for the Senate District 22, and will update those results as they come in.
PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENTBarack Obama/Joe Biden (D) 6,026 Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan (R) 8,285 Gary Johnson/James P Gray (L) 123 Virgil Goode/James Clymer (C) 12 Write-ins 39
GOVERNORMaggie Hassan (D) 6,219 Ovide Lamontage (R) 7,239 John J. Babiarz (L) 459 Write-ins 20
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESSAnn McLane Kuster (D) 5,334 Charles Bass (R) 7,473 Hardy Macia (L) 620 Write-ins 10
EXECUTIVE COUNCILORBill Duncan (D) 4,487 Christopher Sununu (R) 7,997 Michael J. Baldassarre (L) 598 Write-ins 5
STATE SENATORAtkinson Pelham Plaistow Salem Total Votes Victoria Czaia (D) 1,297 2,468 1,366 4,650 9,781 Chuck Morse (R) 2,067 3,818 2,225 8,254 16,364 Write-ins 0 0 0 19 19
STATE REPRESENTATIVELawson Brouse (D) 3,659 Gary S. Azarian (R) 6,504 Susan Desmet (D) 4,753 Ronald J. Belanger (R) 6,519 Harley G. Featherston (D) 3,449 Patrick J. Bick (R) 4,931 Rebecca C. Fee (D) 4,082 Robert J. Elliott (R) 5,996 Camron Iannalfo (D) 3,907 Bianca Rose Garcia (R) 5,760 Dee Lewis (D) 3,709 Marilinda Garcia (R) 5,877 John F. Murphy (D) 4,134 Anne K. Priestly (R) 5,808 Michael Murray (D) 4,810 Joe Sweeney (R) 6,287 Ralph Stein (D) 4,051 John Sytek (R) 6,399
COUNTY SHERIFFJohn Clark (D) 4,440 Michael Downing (R) 8,324 Write-ins 20
COUNTY ATTORNEYJoe Plaia (D) 4,443 Jim Reams (R) 6,547 Max Abramson (L) 924 Write-ins 10
COUNTY TREASURERDavid E. Ahearn (D) 5,268 Edward R. Buck (R) 6,491 Write-ins 9
COUNTY REGISTER OF DEEDSRobert E. Padian (D) 4,285 Cathy Stacey (R) 7,835 Write-ins 12
COUNTY REGISTER OF PROBATEDebra E. Crapo (D) 4,896 Andrew Christie (R) 6,787 Write-ins 10
COUNTY COMMISSIONERJohn E. Mack (D) 4,896 Thomas Tombarello (R) 6,976 Write-ins 9
BALLOT QUESTIONSYES NO Question 1: Income Tax Ban 8,031 4,816 Question 2: Supreme Court Oversight 6,600 5,821 Question 3: State Convention 4,614 7,973
UPDATE, 4:30 p.m.: Town Moderator Chris Goodnow gave a rough estimate that 10,000 people had already voted in Salem today as part of a huge turnout for the general election.
Long lines have been the story of the day as voters have waited more than an hour to cast ballots in particular at Fisk Elementary School and the Ingram Senior Center.
"The people in lines have been showing great patience," said Goodnow.
He believes the town should have enough ballots to get through the rest of the evening. Goodnow said the state Secretary of State's office gave the town 18,000 ballots for the day.
The polls are slated to close at 7 p.m., but Goodnow said that is a situation he plans to monitor closely.
Patch also caught up with Republican gubernatorial candidate Ovide Lamontagne at the polls in Salem this afternoon.
UPDATE, 2:15 p.m.: Check out our mid-day election report. Election officials are Salem are anticipating a 70 percent turnout. Add your own photos from the day if you have them.