Amid Election Scrutiny, Dixville Notch’s Midnight Voting Tradition Could Be At Risk
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Once every four years, for a brief moment, it seems the whole world turns its eyes to Dixville Notch.

Since 1960, voters in this tiny Coos County community have been casting their ballots just after the stroke of midnight to mark the official start of the New Hampshire presidential primary.

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