Dixville Notch finds enough people to retain claim to fame
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A tiny New Hampshire community whose tradition of being among the first to cast ballots for president in primaries and the general election was endangered now has enough people to go ahead, the town moderator said Thursday.
“We’re all a go,” said Tom Tillotson, of Dixville Notch.
Dixville Notch has been in the spotlight for nearly 60 years for casting votes just after midnight in the first presidential primary and in November general elections.