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when the clock strikes midnight in Dixville notch New Hampshire on one single night this coming February this sleepy little town with a population of less than twenty , transformed into de model for the American democratic process , with small white mountain community is home to the longest running tradition of midnight voting associated with the new hand , and while the blossoms in behind me which is hosted it is currently closed via man redeveloping the other end says that he plans to keep the tradition going on even in the end current shuddered state , our however this has great opportunities for other New Hampshire communities to live to hone in on this tradition loan says that sparked a friendly but competitive rivalry with nearby Millfield and Hart's location found that want to get in on the action and the spotlight that primary elections really an element of competition between the three communities in terms of who can get the votes in first and I get the attention that comes from our bank , on primary night , we actually pre date , %HESITATION Dixville notch and near midnight voting by several years antics mill has taken over from millstone reverse most alternate cycles , and that never happened , there's a little friendly competition between the midnight boating parent who can get their results are , none of that really matters all boiled down to the fact , the eight hours like every other town in the state but it's unlikely the pulled in these little hamlets will stay open for more than fifteen minutes , because for these rival town