Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden won the state of New Hampshire on Tuesday night, denying President Trump the chance to flip one of the GOP’s targets.
ABC News, NBC News, Fox News and The Associated Press all projected that Biden would take home the Granite State’s four Electoral College votes, with tallies showing the former vice president up about 9 points with 38 percent of the votes reported.
Trump’s campaign had touted New Hampshire as a possible flip opportunity after Hillary Clinton won it in 2016 by fewer than 3,000 votes.
The president held a rally with thousands of supporters in New Hampshire on Oct. 25, though polls there had consistently shown him trailing Biden.
Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Gov. Chris Sununu also won their reelection bids in New Hampshire.