Feb 8, 2016 7:04 PM
DIXVILLE NOTCH - A small mountain town just south of the Canadian border will be the first to vote in NH's First-in-the-Nation Primary.
Dixville Notch has the longest continuous record of midnight voting. They've been keeping the tradition alive since 1960.
Monday night, nine voters will cast their ballots.
That's 100% voter turnout.
Four are registered Republican, 4 are Independent and 1 is a Democrat.
We'll be live at midnight on WBIN-TV, NH1.com and 99.1 NH1 News from the Balsams.
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