Residents of a small township in the New Hampshire State would be the first to cast their ballot just shortly after midnight when polling gets underway in the US Presidential elections today.

Dixville Notch in New Hampshire has been casting the first ballot of presidential elections since 1960. Since then it has picked seven out of 13 winners.

According to local news media, the 25-odd registered voters of the town gather to cast their ballots at midnight, and the polls are closed one minute later.

(This article was published on November 6, 2012)
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