- The first polling stations in the United States opened Tuesday. In the tiny villages of Dixville Notch and Hart's Location, both in the state of New Hampshire, voters could already midnight local time voting. At the last census Dixville Notch had twelve people in 2010, Hart's Location had 41. The outcome in both places is normally published a few minutes after the ballot boxes are opened.
In the rest of the country use the more traditional polling hours. On the east coast open the first states their polling stations at 12. 00 pm Dutch time. Polling stations in Hawaii and parts of Alaska, where five hours earlier than on the East Coast, will finally open.
Moreover, does not accept anyone on 8 November. Many states offer voters the opportunity to come earlier at a polling station, or to return their ballot by mail. Last Friday, nearly forty million people had already made use of that option.