The New Hampshire primary vote happened on Tuesday, with Donald Trump winning on the Republican side and Bernie Sanders for the Democrats.
This was the second state to vote for presidential candidates -- the first being Iowa, where Ted Cruz won Republicans and Hillary Clinton eked out a win on the Democratic side.
With so many people voting, it's easy to think your vote doesn't count. But many people in New Hampshire still went and hopped in the voting booth to cast their ballot.
We stopped by polling places in Nashua and Hooksett, New Hampshire and asked voters why they decided to come out and vote.
These are their reasons.
Shanna, 20, and her mother, Diana
Yamil, 20, and his father, Enrique
Southern New Hampshire University students
Calvin, 21, and Luke, 20
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