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Midnight vote tradition lives on in New Hampshire mountain hamlet

Reuters Tuesday, 11 February 2020 ()
As they have for six decades, the residents of the mountain hamlet of Dixville Notch cast the first ballots in the New Hampshire primary just after midnight on Tuesday, picking former New York City Michael Bloomberg as their choice for Democratic nominee.
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