As of right now, this thread represents the following order for first place votes (assuming I counted correctly - I counted ties as one vote for each):
Total = 54
Based on the total number of votes, it is impoosible to tell who the winner is. NH obviously took the most first place votes, however because it didn't get an absolute majority, it's theoretically possible that another state won. 32 votes are available and only 23 above NH would be needed. WY already has 10 (would need as few as 13 votes above NH), and ID already has 7 (would need as few as 16 votes above NH). I didn't look at the total votes for those who reported more than one (since the thread is only about first place votes) but there were some that ranked WY, ID, AK, and MT above NH but below first place. Hence, I wouldn't say it's 'in the bag' for NH, though it appears to be heavily weighted that way.
Also, regarding number of activists, I don't know about everyone else, but my two votes represents two activsts. In fact, I could have listed my kids. They were, indeed, a part of my Congressional campaign (one of my press releases centered around them and generated good local and even one piece of *national* news coverage). However, they're not *really* activists so I stuck to my wife (published LTE generator, campaign manager, scheduler, office manager, etc. etc.) and myself. But someday I expect these kids to be activists too
Y'all behave now...