Preparation for Voting
Well, it's finally here, after nearly 2 years of primaries and the last month filled with political calls, mailers and commercials, it's time to vote if you haven't done so by absentee, mail in voting or early voting.
If you are heading to the polls tomorrow, please be sure to take this number with you: 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683). This national, toll-free election protection hotline can help with any voting-related questions or problems you might encounter.
Before going to vote, please be sure to:
- Find out in advance where your polling place is. http://www.canivote.org
- Know what you need to bring to the polls for identification.
- Vote early if possible. Give yourself plenty of time to vote. Lines will likely be long in many places.
- Bring a sheet of paper with you to write down any irregularities and bring a camera or at least your cell phone if you want to document something that is happening a the polls or long lines.
November 3, 20080 found this helpful
Maybe now we can get some good TV, without all the political bickering.
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