Democratic Party supporters living in New Zealand's capital Wellington turned up at a local bar to become the first in the world to cast Super Tuesday votes in the U.S. presidential primary.
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The vagaries of the international dateline meant that U.S. citizens living in Wellington got to vote almost a day ahead of many back home when they cast ballots just after midnight Tuesday local time. Wellington was the first of 111 cities in 41 countries outside the U.S. to cast ballots.
The results remain unofficial until confirmed later this month at the global voter tally center in Germany.