Tuesday, November 6, 2012

First in the Nation Voters Give President an Early Lead

   Two remote locations in New Hampshire have given President Obama an early lead in the race for the White House. The combined 28-14 edge comes from Dixville Notch and Hart's Location. Both rural spots have a tradition of voting at midnight since 1948.
    Obama, Romney Tie in Dixville Notch - ABC News


Anonymous said...

Your headline says it gives the president a lead.
but the story headline says it is a tie.
Which is it?

Jeff Graham said...

THe Hamlet of Dixville Notch was 5-5 and the hamlet of Hart's Location was 23-9. Combined the two places favored Obama.

Anonymous said...

Today is the day we symbolically pin Mitt Romney down on the ground and give him a haircut.