Bloomberg received three write-in votes, one from a Republican and two from Democrats. The remaining votes went to Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders.

The weird turn pro
An Annie Liebowitz photograph

– News covered by Quincy Quarry News with commentary added  

Bloomberg Wins Dixville Notch vote in New Hampshire Primary Early Voting.

While major media continue to milk often mindless video and inane column inches from the first presidential primary this election season even though it is held in one of the less populated states in the country, Quincy Quarry can only properly point out that things have already gone weird in early voting. 

Exercising the right to vote for the candidate of their choice.
An old photo

Way a matter of hard to deny fact.

For example, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was the top vote getter in the traditional first in the nation midnight voting in Dixville Notch. 

Bloomberg’s win in Dixville Notch comes a shock as he was a write-in candidate as he did not file to be on the official primary election ballot in New Hampshire.

Additionally, also midnight voting Hart’s Location and Millsfield both most unexpectedly went for Democratic Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar.

“I’m in it to win it.”
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Granted, while the total vote at all three polling venues combined is minimal at best, one cannot help but suspect a long election day for both former Vice President Joe Biden as well as Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and maybe trim the recent high expectations for former South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg

Needless to say, Quincy Quarry’s ever-growing legions of loyal reader can count on the Quarry offering its own unique slate on the final presidential prmary election day results from New Hampshire.

Source: Mike Bloomberg Wins Dixville Notch Vote In New Hampshire Primary

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