The votes are in and have been counted -- and it's a tie. At least that's the way the presidential election played out in Dixville Notch, New Hampshire, one of two locations that have the honor of casting the first votes on Election Day after midnight.
President Obama and Mitt Romney each got five votes from Dixville Notch voters. It's the first time in the unincorporated village's history that there's been a tie.
In 2008, Obama won Dixville Notch with 15 votes to John McCain's six.