(NEWSER) – One of two things is going to happen at the Republican National Convention this summer: Dixville Notch's long streak of predicting GOP nominees is going to end, or John Kasich will prevail. The tiny New Hampshire town is one of three that voted at midnight, and it has picked the eventual GOP nominee every year since 1968, though there was a tie in 1980 between George HW Bush and Ronald Reagan, and one between Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman in 2012, reportsNPR. This year, Kasich got three votes to Donald Trump's two in Dixville Notch, though it was a three-way Kasich/Trump/Ted Cruz tie across the three towns, with scattered votes for other GOP candidates, including ex-candidate Rand Paul.

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