The tiny New Hampshire hamlet of Dixville Notch hands Hillary Clinton her first win as it opens voting in the presidential election. Paul Chapman reports.
Voting got underway in the New Hampshire hamlet of Dixville Notch on the stroke of midnight. It was all over about a quarter of an hour later with a resounding victory for Hillary Clinton. Of the eight votes cast, Clinton took four, Trump two. The hamlet's one of three White Mountain communities with populations of less than 100 allowed to open the polls at midnight and close as soon as everyone's voted. As the final countdown to election day ticked on, Clinton and Trump have been touring battleground states as the race tightens.