First Rolling Results Are In: Uh Oh... [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in

Dixville Notch, New Hampshire has always had the first results tabulated in EVERY election. Here"s what they got today.
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Male 38,501
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Male 37,826
It`s like those sports updates that scroll across the bottom of the screen:

Toronto 2 New York 3 - 1st Quarter (it`s a basketball game! LOLZ! 0:48 into it!)

Meaningless, but funny!
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Male 2,711
HG: You watched them vote live in the primaries? That is all I am talking about. It is entirely likely that the breakdown may have changed slightly since then. My original point still stands: 6 people voted in the Republican primary, but only 5 voted for Bishop Mitt. 3 voted in the Democrat primary, but 5 voted for Obama. As I said, good news for Obama.
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Male 8,132
Chalket

I gotta backup Crakr here bud. I watched it live. 2 Dems, 3 Reps, and 5 Independents.

So obviously some independents voted in the primaries. That doesn`t necessarily make them republicans.
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Male 4,395
Actually Harts may be the second. I don`t know. They closed their polls at 12:05.42. When did Dixville close theirs? And why did I not notice until now how awesome their name is?
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Male 4,395
I like how Fancy doesn`t say anything about the other first in Harts Location, NH where Obama won by a landslide. Obama 23, Romney 9, Gary Johnson 1.
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Male 2,711
According to the Associated Press, there were 9 registered voters in Dixville Notch for the primaries; 3 Republicans, 2 Democrats and 4 undeclared. 3 people voted in the Democrat primary (all for Obama). 6 people voted in the Republican primary (2 for Huntsman, 2 for Romney, 1 each for Gingrich and Paul). Prove any of that wrong before you proclaim "Not true."
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Male 17,512
chalket: Not true. CNN Said that there were 2 registered Dems, 3 Reps, and 5 Ind.
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Male 2,711
You know the old adage... "As goes Dixville Notch, so goes the nation."

Wait, that`s never been true, and I`d like to have a word with the 2 people who didn`t vote! (Population: 12) :D

Actually, this is good news for Obama. At least 1 Republican switched to Obama. (6 people voted in the Repub primary this year, and 3 voted in the Dem primary.)
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Male 390
Why do they post this???? Now they`re going to throw the whole election off!!!

(P.S. I`m being sarcastic)
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Male 1,364
Meh. It will be like Gore vs Bush.
See you in 3 weeks Burgerpeople.
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Male 20,194
Link: First Rolling Results Are In: Uh Oh... [Pic] [Rate Link] - Dixville Notch, New Hampshire has always had the first results tabulated in EVERY election. Here`s what they got today.
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