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-- today huge turnout we're hearing.
It's a -- polling locations in the critical state of New Hampshire.
Workers saying the crowds are much larger than four years ago what does that mean in the end of four electoral votes at stake and Molly Line is live in Manchester there what do you see in this morning Molly good morning.
Good morning -- well we're in the Webster school in Manchester and as you can see these enormous lines this is just one room this line stretches.
To the back of the room around a curve up the stairwell down a hallway and out of the building so.
They're saying than just the first hour they have 100 people voting here and the -- is even bigger than they saw in 2008.
Absolutely incredible to have a chance to speak to some of the voters here today and here's what they had -- -- Romney who.
Because of on the -- number one and transparency.
I want to know what's going on in one in the yeah I want the president and tell us the truth.
That's -- -- belonged to him he's going to do it I profile found my I can't think he's a great person for that job.
He's done a good job in four years and the next four years with the excellent.
The secretary of state bill Gardner is expecting a big big -- all across the state.
720 to some people expected to vote that is seven out of ten people here in New Hampshire that are of voting age.
You know New Hampshire voters are active participants in the democratic process they -- -- every year in 2008 they -- the second highest across the nation they repeat out only by Minnesota.
So big numbers here today big numbers expected by the end of the day could possibly be record breaking we started the day earlier -- -- notch -- the first votes cast.
It was a -- there.
And that and that's another interesting aspect of New Hampshire it they don't -- early.
Unless you count midnight as the early voting.
And -- -- -- -- that's a 55 tie and that's the moment to be clear there is not the early voting in New Hampshire correct.
There's not really -- you -- vote by absentee but they don't have the big early voting you see across the country and other states.
So that's why they have these huge turnout on Election Day.
Despite the fact that they don't have early voting they still have this enormous amount of participation all across this kind of thank you Molly Molly Line in New Hampshire we'll check in throughout the day there.
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