This is the closest thing you will ever find to political statement on this blog:
If you need any help, these are the tips from electoral-vote.com:
- Find out today where your polling place is by calling your county clerk or checking www.mypollingplace.com
- Alternatively, call 1-866-MYVOTE1 to find your polling place.
- Check the hours the polls are open with your city or county clerk.
- Print the League of Women Voters’ card in English or Spanish and put it in your wallet or purse.
- Bring a government-issued picture ID like a driver’s license or passport when you vote. Some states require it but if there are problems, you will certainly need it. If you have a cell phone, take it to call for help if need be.
- If you are not listed as a registered voter, try to register on the spot. Some states allow that. Otherwise, talk to the Election Protection person if there is one or call 1-866-OUR-VOTE for instructions. If neither of these helps, ask for a provisional ballot, but you will need a picture ID to get one.
As you enter the polls, note if there is an Election Protection person outside the polling place.
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