After the majority of Americans showed their discontent with President Johnson and his decision to push U.S involvement in the war, New Hampshire primary voters announced their support for another candidate, one who was for the anti-war movement. After this took place, Johnson announced he would not be running another election. Richard M. Nixon won the election, and with his election, he endorsed his campaign with a promise to restore "law and order" after all of the the anti-war movements. Towards the beginning of Nixon's presidency, he further divided nation with new policies that did not solve the problem Americans had been in opposition to for many years. For example, Nixon's war policy that called for a lottery military draft, the first one since World War II, that caused many men to flee to Canada. The results of Nixon's decisions created even more room for tension and violence among America. However, in response to the 1971 release of the Pentagon papers, Nixon announced the end of U.S involvement in Southeast Asia in 1973, solving a multitude of issues with the American government and people.