Dixville Notch, a symbolic village of U.S. elections

2012-11-05 08:08:31 GMT2012-11-05 16:08:31(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows a view of Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows a view of Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows a view of Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows a view of Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows Dixville Notch and a sign indicating its special character in U.S. presidential elections as "First in the Nation" in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows Dixville Notch and a sign indicating its special character in U.S. presidential elections as "First in the Nation" in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)
Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows the polling station of Dixville Notch outside the village in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2012 shows the polling station of Dixville Notch outside the village in New Hampshire, the United States. Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960. This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6. (Xinhua/Zhang Chuanshi)

Dixville Notch, a small village located in the far north of New Hampshire, is well known for its longstanding middle-of-the-night vote in the U.S. presidential elections, a symbolic event which marks the casting of the first ballots and the polls' initial results since 1960.

This year, a total of ten residents of the village will cast their ballots from 0000 eastern U.S. time on Nov. 6.

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