Barack Obama: 15 votes
John McCain: 6 votes
Source for the above information
For you non-U.S. people who've never watched The West Wing, Dixville Notch, New Hampshire is the first place in the U.S. to vote. The town (electoral roll: 21, which means 100% voter turnout this year) opens the polls at midnight and less than 20 minutes later voting is done.
For more about Dixville Notch's history for first-in-the-nation voting, go here.
Hart's Location (electoral roll: 29, also 100% voter turnout this year) has announced its results.
Barack Obama: 17 votes
John McCain: 10 votes
Ron Paul: 2 votes
Source for the above information.
For more information about Hart's Location, go here.
Warning: Dixville Notch's results and Hart's Location's results are not necessarily indicative of New Hampshire, let alone the whole U.S.
But still: YES WE CAN!
For people looking for information about making sure your vote is safe when you go to the polls, check out my earlier post here.