The 2016 US election has officially begun, with Hillary Clinton coming out on top in the first results to come back – the nine-person community of Dixville Notch.
Clinton came out with just under half the vote, as a whopping four people picked her to win. Trump did half as well with two, while Gary Johnson racked up one.
But the real surprise was a written-in vote for 2012 candidate Mitt Romney.
Clinton’s success may seem odd: Not only does the community usually vote Republican, there are only two women and seven men.
Then again, the remote New Hampshire community voted overwhelmingly for Obama in the 2008 election – giving him 15 votes to John McCain’s six.