Joe Biden captured the main triumph of Election Day — winning every one of the five votes of a little New Hampshire town that generally counts their outcomes soon after 12 PM.
The last vote count in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire — which is for the most part among the first in the country to uncover their political race results — was shown soon after 12 PM on a manually written banner board.
In the 2016 official political decision, Hillary Clinton won the Dixville Notch vote. At that point, the town, which is near the Canadian fringe, had eight electors.
Two different territories in the express, Hart’s Location and Millsfield, have likewise verifiably offered 12 PM casting a ballot.
Yet, because of the pandemic, citizens in Hart’s Location should stand by until 11 a.m. to project their voting forms over Covid concerns, media revealed.