EDITOR'S NOTE: Shortly after the election, Blenheim mayor Bobby Brock was contacted by the Blenheim newspaper for a story about voting in the community.
That is the Marlborough Express newspaper in Blenheim, New Zealand.
"I didn't even realize there was a Blenheim in New Zealand," said Brock.
He was interviewed by reporter Jennifer Eder for the Express's website stuff.co.nz.
Worldwide, the U.S. election was a fascination and subject to some sensationalism in regards to nationwide violence.
The following is the article, reprinted with the Express' permission.
Protests, violence and a bomb threat have marred the United States elections but at least one small southern town has managed to keep the peace.
Blenheim is a “crossroads” community of 157 people in Marlboro County, with an elementary school, a town hall, a gas station and four churches, on a main highway crossing South Carolina to Myrtle Beach, which is a two hours’ drive from Blenheim to the southeastern coast.