Democrats flipped the New Hampshire Legislature and Executive Council in this week's elections. But they also took control of two lower-profile offices for County Attorney.
County attorneys oversee law enforcement and set criminal justice priorities in each county.
Only two county attorney races were close - and in both, Democrats beat out Republican incumbents with a promise of criminal justice reform.
In Merrimack County, public defender Robin Davis won after she was nominated as a write-in Democratic candidate during the primaries.