Heavily-favored former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney won the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary by a comfortable margin Tuesday, taking 39 percent of the vote with libertarian Texas Rep. Ron Paul in second with 23 percent. Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman was third with 17 percent, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum both got 9 percent and Texas Governor Rick Perry, who didn't campaign in the state, got just 1 percent. Those results mean Romney got seven of the state's 12 delegates, Paul got three and Huntsman earned two.