While Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton won the vote in two of those communities, she trails her Republican challenger, Donald Trump, 32-25.
In Millsfield, Trump won decisively, 16-4, with one write-in for Sanders.
The US presidential election got underway - on a small scale - as seven people in a tiny New Hampshire village cast their ballots at the stroke of midnight.
Dixville Notch, N.H., one of the first precincts in the U.S.to cast votes in this presidential election, has gone for Hillary Clinton.
The town voted unanimously for Republican Richard M. Nixon in 1960, when Democrat John F. Kennedy was elected president.
Dixville Notch has been voting at midnight every elections since 1960. Bernie Sanders, John Kasich and Romney also got write-in votes.
The other parts of the United States will mostly begin the voting on Tuesday morning.
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Bank Stadium, then dispersed into four sgroups and zigzagged their way into lobbies across downtown Minneapolis. On Wednesday night, tens of thousands of people all over the country protested Trump's election victory.
Well, the eight voters of Dixville Notch voted mostly in favour of Clinton with four votes. The process took just one minute, with Clinton taking four votes to Trump's two.
He told Xinhua news agency that the ballot booths - just small cubicles - were not enough for all the six voters and two of them had to mark their ballots at a writing desk nearby.
In 2012, the Dixville Notch vote ended in a draw, with both President Barack Obama and Romney earning five votes apiece.
New Mexico truck driver Richard Grasmick said he admired Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and meant to vote for him, but grew disillusioned by Johnson's televised flubs on foreign affairs issues.
In Alexandria, Virginia, Heather O'Beirne Kelly says she's wearing a white pantsuit, inspired by the Facebook group and organized efforts to get women to wear white to vote. Obama has, of course, been campaigning hard for Hillary Clinton, who previously served as his secretary of state, in 2016.
Democratic Rep. Annie Kuster and Republican challenger Jim Lawrence each received four votes in the race for the second Congressional District seat.
Win or lose (in Dixville), the tradition of the midnight vote is also a celebration of democracy, as "The West Wing" television show captured in an episode about Hartsfield's Landing, a fictional New Hampshire town based on Dixville, Millsfield, and Hart's Location.