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The voting at the Balsams Resort lasted about 10 seconds, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader, which noted that votes were cast in two other small communities early Tuesday.

Kasich edged out Trump, five votes to four, in Hart’s Location, according to the newspaper, while Sanders topped Clinton by a 12-to-7 margin.

Clinton beat Sanders with two votes in Millsfield, however, the Union Leader reported, adding that Ted. Cruz was the winner on the GOP side, with nine votes in the small township.