New Hampshire's Record Turn Out

Another record turn out, the Boston Globe reports.

With ballots from 12 percent of voting precincts still to be counted, about 453,000 residents had cast votes, breaking the previous primary turnout record of 396,385 ballots cast in 2000.

State officials predicted that when all ballots were counted, the total would surpass 500,000.

That's good for everybody. As Barack repeatedly points out.

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