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The Real Story Behind New Hampshire's Midnight Voting Tradition06:02
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First-in-the-nation primary state New Hampshire is also known for an unusual tradition: A handful of small communities cast their vote right after midnight.

The township of Dixville and a man named Neil Tillotson have gotten the credit for this tradition. But midnight voting really started a few miles away with a woman named Genevieve Nadig.

Casey McDermott (@caseymcdermott) of NHPR reports.

This segment aired on February 5, 2020.

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