Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Dixville Notch NH results: Obama

The voters of Dixville Notch, a small unincorporated town in New Hampshire, are known for being the first to report in each presidential election since 1960. The voters gather at midnight in the ballroom of The Balsams resort and cast their ballots. The polls are closed one minutes later, and the results are generally broadcast around the country.
This year, for the second time in history, Dixville Notch voted for the Democrat. In 1968 they supported Hubert Humphrey.
Thanks to We Saw That for the video.

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