Voters in Deerfield New Hampshire say ''there's gonna be a lot of surprises'' as they cast ballots in first primary in Presidential race. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Deerfield, New Hampshire -- where the town hall has become a voting center. In the final hours of voting a WMUR-CNN poll showed Donald Trump leading the Republican race -- which is just fine for Glenn Robbins. (SOUNDBITE) (English) GLENN ROBBINS, VOTER, SAYING: "I kinda feel it's gonna go Trump because I think the country is ready for a different venue, lets say. Then again, that's what makes this country great. Everybody has a choice. All's I know is I'm going for Trump." On the Democratic side, Senator Bernie Sanders holds a strong lead over former secretary of state Hillary Clinton. Caroline Robbins says, expect the unexpected. (SOUNDBITE) (English) CAROLINE ROBBINS, VOTER, SAYING: "I just think there's gonna be a lot of surprises. I think it's gonna be close because I think people are actually gonna go out and do their thing and vote. " That's a view shared by Charles Kelsey (SOUNDBITE) (English) CHARLES KELSEY, VOTER, SAYING: "I think we're going to have a surprise that will include Trump taking a fall and some of our congressional, actually governor candidates will emerge in particular. I think either Bush or Christie." New Hampshire is the second state to pick party nominees for the Nov. 8 election to replace President Barack Obama. State officials are predicting a historically high turnout, with voters in Deerfield saying the winners could be anyone's guess.