Election Day in Bellows Falls. (Zachary P. Stephens/Reformer)
Election Day in Bellows Falls. (Zachary P. Stephens/Reformer)
Reformer staff reporters share what they're hearing at the polls, today.

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Dover Town Clerk: "Dover people like to vote; (turnout) record may be beat."

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"I voted for the four Americans who died in Libya. I voted for (Border Patrol) Agent (Brian) Terry who died at the border with the ATF. And I voted for the people down in New York who have been sold out." -- Ken Rooney, Hinsdale voter

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Wilmington town clerk feeling less busy today; points to decreasing population of town (2,225 in 2000 vs. 1,876 in 2010 according to Census)

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"Town politics are just as important as national politics," said Ginny Irish, after voting at Brattleboro Union High School. "Town government is a part of the government and I come out to vote whenever I can."

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"My son is in the military and he is defending our right to vote," said a voter in Brattleboro who only gave his name as 'Henry.' "I'd like to see Obama continue to do what he is doing."

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Megan Becker said she votes at every election. "I think my vote is more important at the local level, but I always vote," she said. "I am glad to be here."

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In Rockingham, several voters professed to vote Democratic because their Number 1 concern in this election revolves around women's rights.

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"Yes I vote. It's my right as an American." unnamed Walpole, N.H., voter

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"I vote at every election. I think my vote counts," said Dorothy Riccardi. "I am pretty passionate about it."