The write-ins are in, and New Hampshire residents cast votes for some unusual candidates in Tuesday's primary.
According to the Secretary of State's Office, those receiving votes included New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, deceased former President Ronald Reagan, and Barbara Bush, wife to former President George H.W. Bush and mother to former President George W. Bush and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush.
Brady wasn't the only Boston sports figure to get a vote. Celtics coach Brad Stevens was also written in on one Republican ballot.
Rapper Kanye West, actors Tom Cruise and Bill Murray and TV personality Bill Nye also received write-in votes.
One fictional character - Frank Underwood from "House of Cards" - was also written in on one ballot.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is flirting with an independent bid for president, received write-in votes from both Democrats (44) and Republicans (24).
Also receiving write-in support from New Hampshire voters were political figures including former Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Ron Paul, former GOP vice presidential nominees Sarah Palin and Paul Ryan, Vice President Joe Biden and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.