On Tuesday, New Hampshire — a traditionally indicative bellwether for the nation's vote — will cast its votes for the next President of the United States. After a flurry of visits from both campaigns, the Obama and Romney camps will each be looking to secure a win in New Hampshire as a good sign for the overall outcome in this election.
Although Obama won the state in 2008, New Hampshire as a state has become increasingly Republican. However, the large independent contingent in the state is what will determine the election in New Hampshire; and odds are that whichever candidate who wins over that demographic will take the state.
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Dixville Notch's results — the first of the 2012 presidential election — are in:
Please don't let this be indicative of the entire election... or else we're in for another Bush/Gore debacle. Time wonders about this, too.
He isn't going to win this election, but Gary Johnson has 4.5% of the popular vote in NH so far.
While we're waiting on NH... here are some NH voters telling us why they voted how they did.