Officials Aren't Worried About the Snow Affecting Voter Turnout in NH

By Alex Rose | arose@nexstar.tv

Published 02/08 2016 05:39PM

Updated 02/08 2016 05:39PM

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The weather was whipping. The shovels are out and so is local support for candidates.

Local 22 and Local 44 talked to the city clerk's office in Manchester, N.H. They aren't worried about the weather for the vote.

This isn't the first time they've seen snow for a vote and hearty New England voters have a lot at stake in this election. Officials are confident the masses will show.

"I think this election is a little more hyped up because of all the contestants and everything. We're the chill ones," Bill Nicolades, of Manchester, N.H., said.

Iowa had a record breaking turnout for the caucuses and the same is projected here on the GOP side.

There was the issue of running out of voter registration forms in that election. Local 22 and local 44 asked the clerks here and they laughed and said New Hampshire won't have the same problem.

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