First in the Nation: Voters Cast Ballots in New Hampshire Primary
Tuesday is the country's first primary — and New Hampshire will be a critical factor in the race to the White House.
A voter leaves the Canterbury Town Hall after casting a ballot in Canterbury, New Hampshire, on Feb. 9.
2016 is the 100th anniversary of the first-in-the-nation primary.
Polling station workers take the pledge of allegiance before voting begins in Laconia.
An election official takes a voting token from young Bryan Townsend before handing his father a blank ballot to mark his vote at the Ward 6 polling place in Manchester. A voting token shows that a voter is eligible to vote and has checked in.
Volunteers and staff for Marco Rubio run past trackers and demonstrators, including Eddie Vale of American Bridge 21st Century political action committee who was dressed as a robot, as Rubio stopped to thank supporters outside the polling place at Webster School in Manchester.
Richard Haskins puts a ballot in a ballot box in Hancock.
People line up to vote at a high school in Belmont.
Wayne Peirce, who works for Laconia Parks and Recreation, shovels snow off the sidewalk at a polling station just before it opens for voters in Laconia, N.H.
Terry Tillitson applauds as the results of the nine votes cast shortly after midnight are displayed on a board at the Hale House at Balsams Hotel in Dixville Notch.
Jeffrey Stevens, left, one of nine registered voters, waits to cast his ballot, in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire. Dixville Notch is a small town that votes at midnight on Election Day.
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People vote at Merrimack High School in Merrimack, N.H.