posted by Alan Greenblatt For what it's worth, Dixville Notch closed its traditional midnight voting with a win for Obama, 15-6. That's roughly ...
For what it's worth, Dixville Notch closed its traditional midnight voting with a win for Obama, 15-6. That's roughly a reverse of the 2004 Bush-Kerry results and, according to Internet chatter, the first Democratic win since 1968.
No result will be too small to parse today, until we actually know something.
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