New Hampshire’s tradition of midnight voting was on display last night. In Dixville Notch, a crowd of reporters, photographers and TV cameras captured the moment when the community’s five registered voters cast their ballots just minutes past midnight. But just up the road, next door in Millsfield, twice as many voters gathered at midnight – with much less fanfare, but a lot of hometown pride. Sixty-five voters scattered across three communities in Northern New Hampshire cast the first ballots of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary, just after midnight Tuesday morning. The (very) early returns on Tuesday offered a few surprises. Perhaps most unexpected, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who spent next to no time campaigning in...
READ MORE >
North Of The Notches, Midnight Voters Carry On The Primary Tradition