All five villagers voted for the Democratic candidate just after midnight.
US presidential candidate Joseph Biden won the vote in the small town of Dixville Notch in New Hampshire, which opened the US general election on Tuesday, November 3.
Since 1960, five residents of the village have been the first to vote in elections at about midnight local time, that is, a few hours before the opening of polling stations in other parts of the country.
Voting ended within a few minutes after the start, the same amount was required to process ballots. The results were shown in a live broadcast on Facebook. Five people voted for Biden's Democratic Party representative. Not a single voter supported the incumbent President of the United States, Donald Trump, who is a Republican.
At the same time, voting in Dixville Notch is not considered a barometer that could predict the outcome of the US presidential election. Often, the results of the expression of will in the town do not at all coincide with the results for the country.
As you know, in the general election in the United States on Tuesday will be elected president and vice president, 435 members of the House of Representatives, 35 senators, and 13 governors of states and territories.
Earlier it was reported that Trump is ahead of Biden in key states, but in the country as a whole, Democrat Biden is more popular among voters than Republican Trump.
Recall that 95 million Americans voted early in the US elections.