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Granite Staters vote

  • A statue of Major Caleb Stark stands in the Dunbarton town center with a flag draped over the front on Tuesday evening, November 6, 2012. According to the plaque accompanying the statue, Stark was the first child of General John Stark and was born in Dunbarton in 1759. He represents the town's minutemen during the Revolutionary War.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    A statue of Major Caleb Stark stands in the Dunbarton town center with a flag draped over the front on Tuesday evening, November 6, 2012. According to the plaque accompanying the statue, Stark was the first child of General John Stark and was born in Dunbarton in 1759. He represents the town's minutemen during the Revolutionary War.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Annette Kimball holds her son Emmet, 1, while waiting in line to vote in Henniker on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Annette Kimball holds her son Emmet, 1, while waiting in line to vote in Henniker on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Election workers at the West Street Ward House in Concord, from left, Cathy Thompson, Freda Spiro, George Cilley, Don Brodeur, Margaret Gegas, and Judy Dickinson, work to move people through the registration and voting process on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Election workers at the West Street Ward House in Concord, from left, Cathy Thompson, Freda Spiro, George Cilley, Don Brodeur, Margaret Gegas, and Judy Dickinson, work to move people through the registration and voting process on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Austin Vanacore, sitting on his father John Vanacore's shoulders, peeks over the voting booth at the West Street Ward House on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Austin Vanacore, sitting on his father John Vanacore's shoulders, peeks over the voting booth at the West Street Ward House on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • Nancy Dindorf checks a name off her list as town moderator Les Schoof places a ballot in the box at Hart's Location Town Hall just after midnight on Tuesday,  November 6, 2012. Twenty-three residents voted for Barack Obama, nine for Mitt Romney and one for Gary Johnson.

    Nancy Dindorf checks a name off her list as town moderator Les Schoof places a ballot in the box at Hart's Location Town Hall just after midnight on Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Twenty-three residents voted for Barack Obama, nine for Mitt Romney and one for Gary Johnson.

  • Selectwoman Sandy Plessner (right)  gives a pamphlet explaining the ballot amendments to Alyce Becule as Patricia Bilopeau, June Tilton and Janna Oliver wait to cast their ballots at Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

    Selectwoman Sandy Plessner (right) gives a pamphlet explaining the ballot amendments to Alyce Becule as Patricia Bilopeau, June Tilton and Janna Oliver wait to cast their ballots at Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

    (ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)

  • Voters wait in line outside the West Street Ward House in Concord on Tuesday night, November 6, 2012, before polls close in the 2012 elections.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

    Voters wait in line outside the West Street Ward House in Concord on Tuesday night, November 6, 2012, before polls close in the 2012 elections.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

  • A statue of Major Caleb Stark stands in the Dunbarton town center with a flag draped over the front on Tuesday evening, November 6, 2012. According to the plaque accompanying the statue, Stark was the first child of General John Stark and was born in Dunbarton in 1759. He represents the town's minutemen during the Revolutionary War.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Annette Kimball holds her son Emmet, 1, while waiting in line to vote in Henniker on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Election workers at the West Street Ward House in Concord, from left, Cathy Thompson, Freda Spiro, George Cilley, Don Brodeur, Margaret Gegas, and Judy Dickinson, work to move people through the registration and voting process on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Austin Vanacore, sitting on his father John Vanacore's shoulders, peeks over the voting booth at the West Street Ward House on Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)
  • Nancy Dindorf checks a name off her list as town moderator Les Schoof places a ballot in the box at Hart's Location Town Hall just after midnight on Tuesday,  November 6, 2012. Twenty-three residents voted for Barack Obama, nine for Mitt Romney and one for Gary Johnson.
  • Selectwoman Sandy Plessner (right)  gives a pamphlet explaining the ballot amendments to Alyce Becule as Patricia Bilopeau, June Tilton and Janna Oliver wait to cast their ballots at Winnisquam Middle School; Tuesday, November 6, 2012. <br/><br/>(ALEXANDER COHN / Monitor staff)
  • Voters wait in line outside the West Street Ward House in Concord on Tuesday night, November 6, 2012, before polls close in the 2012 elections.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor Staff)

People across New Hampshire headed to the polls on Tuesday to vote.

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