“Dixville Notch, N.H., may have to give up tradition of midnight voting”

One piece of sad news for presidential primary human-interest stories: Dixville Notch, NH, allows voting at the stroke of midnight, and had the first voters in the country’s first primary for years.  But they’re essentially out of people – if I’m reading the article correctly, there are four residents in town, and that leaves too few people to serve as local officials to run the election.


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