Tom Brady and Bill Belichick are two pretty popular men in the New England area. After all, the duo led the Patriots to four world championships, established one of the best dynasties of all time and are widely regarded as the greatest quarterback and the greatest head coach to ever grace the face of the earth.
Apparently, their popularity is even able to extend beyond the boundaries of professional football and into the world of politics: according to a list released by election officials, both Brady and Belichick received votes in Tuesday's New Hampshire presidential primary.
The Patriots' quarterback, who has made it clear in the past that he won't run for public office after his career is over, received four votes via the write-in voting process. Two Democrats and two Republicans decided to write "Tom Brady" on their ballot.
Meanwhile, one participant of the Democratic primary wrote down the name "Bill Belichick"; it was the lone vote the Patriots head coach received.
On to the White House!
(as part of the Super Bowl champion celebrations)