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Dixville Notch, Still Casting That First Vote

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Dixville Notch, Still Casting That First Vote

Dixville Notch, Still Casting That First Vote

Dixville Notch, Still Casting That First Vote

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For the past 40 years, the registered voters in Dixville Notch, N.H., have enjoyed the privilege of being the first to cast their ballots in the state's "first in the nation" presidential primary. Their polling place opens at midnight on election day. This year the tradition continues... with some adjustments. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and town councilor Stephen Barba.

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