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N.H. towns vie for late-night voter limelight

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / January 7, 2008

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A remote pass in the White Mountains, deep in the Great North Woods, tiny Dixville Notch, N.H., is steeped in New England folklore and political tradition. Every four years, every registered voter in town treks to the polling place at midnight to cast the first ballots in the nation's first primary and presidential election, drawing worldwide attention to the little ... (Full article: 971 words)

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