DERRY — A slate of Republican state representative candidates won the night in Tuesday's election in Rockingham County's District 6, taking all 10 open spots over 10 Democratic challengers.
Derry voters cast 18,100 ballots at the polls, giving all 10 spots to the GOP, including seven incumbents.
Taking the top vote tally in early unofficial results was incumbent David Love with 8,134 votes; incumbents Phyllis Katsakiores and Richard Tripp, won 7,812 and 7,727 votes, respectively.
Other winning vote totals went to Anne Copp, 7,440 votes; Erica Layon, 7,404 votes; incumbent Katherine Prudhomme O'Brien with 7,392 votes; Mary Ann Kimball, 7,348 votes; incumbents John Potucek, David Milz, and Stephen Pearson took 7,266, 7,171, and 7,169 votes, respectively.
Democrats not making the cut included incumbent Mary Eisner, 6,337 votes; Mary Till, 5,943 votes; Erin Spencer with 5,648 votes; Amy Dattner-Levy, 5,602 votes; Paul Doolittle, 5,591 votes; Michelle Sawyer Moge, 5,482 votes; Thomas Wood, 5,534 votes; Beatrice Vargas, 5,371 votes; Johnathan West, 5,127 votes, and Owen Ingram with 4,912 votes.
Brenda Willis, running as an Undeclared candidate, won 2,667 votes.