Attorney Maggie Hassan has won the Democratic primary for governor in New Hampshire and will face attorney Ovide Lamontagne in November. Unofficial results showed her with about 55 percent of the vote to 37 percent for business professor Jackie Cilley. Cilley saw the writing on the wall and conceded that race. One key difference between Cilley and Hassan was Cilley's refusal to take New Hampshire's traditional pledge to veto personal income and general sales tax. The state has neither. Hassan took the pledge and said government can be adequately funded without either tax.