US Presidential voting begins in tiny New Hampshire towns as clocks strike midnight

As the US heads to the polls in what might be a historical Election Day, the actual physical voting began in two tiny towns in the Eastern state of New Hampshire, Dixville Notch and Millsfield, where voters cast their ballots after Midnight. Meanwhile, close to 100 million voters have already cast their ballots in early voting, due to the Covid-19 pandemic – a record that is almost 75% of the entire turnout for the 2016 Presidential Election.