- New Hampshire was entitled to elect three representatives. Under a state law adopted November 12, 1788, all three were elected at large, each voter being entitled to vote for up to three candidates.
- These data are for the second round of voting, held February 2, 1789. When the first round was held on December 15, 1788, no candidate received a majority of the vote, a requirement for election under state law. The candidates with the six highest vote totals then proceeded to the second round.
- All six candidates were Federalists. At least 2,850 ballots were cast, and each of these contained a vote for one or more of these candidates.
- The winning candidates were:
- The losing candidates were:
- In the candidate pages (above), Unsupporting refers to voters who did not cast a vote for the candidate. In each case this is an approximation only.
- These data are drawn from imperfect contemporary sources; see the records reprinted in The Documentary History of the First Federal Elections, 1: 835-838 (1976). Unaccounted for in the county data are 919 votes.