Republican Scott Brown has conceded to Sen. Jeanne ShaheenCynthia (Jeanne) Jeanne ShaheenMembers of Congress demand new federal gender pay audit Overnight Defense: Trump hopes to normalize relations with North Korea | Senate defense bill would limit help for Saudis in Yemen | US to honor temporary Taliban ceasefire Senate defense bill includes limits on US support for Saudi campaign in Yemen MORE (D-N.H.), his campaign confirmed to The Hill, despite holding out early on in the night for final vote counts.

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With 80 percent of precincts reporting, Shaheen had 51 percent support to Brown's 49 percent support.

Multiple news outlets called the race for Shaheen early on in the night, but Brown initially held out for late returns from Republican strongholds. While Shaheen's margin narrowed, Brown's campaign said it became clear as votes were counted that there was no path to victory for the Republican.

New Hampshire's Senate race was a rare bright spot for Democrats on an election night that saw them lose at least seven seats and control of the Senate.