LONDONDERRY — All Republican state representative candidates on the ballot Tuesday earned enough votes for a sweep in the town's election.
Fourteen candidates, seven GOP and seven Democrats, were vying for a state representative win in the Rockingham County District 5 race.
But Republican incumbents ruled the day with six of the top seven taking the biggest tallies.
Earning the most votes in early unofficial numbers was incumbent Al Baldasaro with 7,681 votes; other incumbents totals were Tom Dolan, 7,759 votes; David Lundgren, 7,755 votes; Betsy McKinney, 7,610 votes; Doug Thomas, 7,103 votes, and Sherman Packard, 6,976 votes.
Newcomer Wayne MacDonald rounded out the winning seven with 6,752 votes.
Democrats not making the cut were incumbent Anne Warner, 6,350 votes; Ted Combes won 6,293 votes; Martha Smith took 6,000 votes; Robin Skudlarek won 5,765 votes; Luisa Piette took 5,680 votes; Paul Skudlarek won 5,495 votes, and Mack Leathurby won 5,291 votes.
Londonderry voters cast 16,075 ballots in the election.