Voters came out to the polling station at Ledge Street Elementary School in Nashua, N.H.

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Voters came out to the polling station at Ledge Street Elementary School in Nashua, N.H.

Terry Tillitson applauded as results were announced in Dixville Notch.

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Terry Tillitson applauded as results were announced in Dixville Notch.

Voters in Hart’s Location didn’t just vote. They also shared cake.

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Residents in Hart’s Location didn’t just vote. They also shared cake.

An official counted ballots early Tuesday in Hart’s Location, N.H.

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An official counted ballots early Tuesday in Hart’s Location, N.H.

A resident of Hart’s Location reviewed a sample ballot.

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A resident of Hart’s Location reviewed a sample ballot.

A ballot box in Hart’s Location.

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A ballot box in Hart’s Location.

Tom Tillotson announced results in Dixville Notch, N.H., after early voting.

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Tom Tillotson announced results in Dixville Notch, N.H., after early voting.

Jeff Stevens (center) cast a ballot just after midnight in Dixville Notch.

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Jeff Stevens (center) cast a ballot just after midnight in Dixville Notch.

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All eyes are on the Granite State Tuesday.

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If Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders win Tuesday, the victories would lend needed credibility to their campaigns.

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The state has maxed out in the amount of solar certificates it can award to developers.

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A prime piece of state-owned land, at the southern entrance to downtown Boston, is going on the market.

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Regardless of his prospects of winning, Michael Bloomberg’s candidacy would be a jolt to our electoral system.

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Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, Babson extend partnership

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