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article imageNH voters make a big showing at the polls Special

By Tucker Cummings     Nov 6, 2012 in Politics
Dover - All across America, voters are casting their ballots in the Presidential election. In the city of Dover, New Hampshire, the lines at the polls were quite long, even during the normally quiet mid-morning period.
While the line for registered voters was quite short, the line for new voter registration at Dover's Ward 1 voting location extended down a hall, and out onto the sidewalk. The majority of these voters looked young. It could be that this was simply the first election they were eligible to vote in, or they could be young voters registering in support of Obama.
Compared to the 2008 Presidential Election, this polling location seemed far busier this year. In particular, the number of people in the new voter registration line seemed much higher than in 2008.
New Hampshire allows same-day voter registration. Voters inside the polling plaza were asked to show a photo ID with their current address on it before being given a ballot.
Despite temperatures in the low 40s, most people waiting in line seemed excited to vote.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
Voters on Election Day 2012 in NH.
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