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Election Day Resources

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November 8, of course, is Election Day! We’ve pulled together some important resources and articles for readers — and please add additional ones in the comments!

  • Need help finding your polling place? (Don’t forget, your designated location can change.) Find where to vote by entering your street address in Google’s built-in tool.
  • Enter your street address at Vote411 to .
  • Ballotpedia has details on (or doesn’t).
  • The ACLU explains , resist voter intimidation, and access disability-related accommodations and language assistance at the polls. For help on Election Day, call the non-partisan Election Protection Hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE.
  • (Hopefully you won’t need this, but Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection has created fact sheets for all 50 states — and what to do if groups of armed individuals are near a polling place.)
  • NPR lists (in one way or another) this year.
  • Here are and their info on .
  • FiveThirtyEight has an interactive tool that lets you for the House and Senate.
  • put together a fun quiz called “Test Your Ability to Pick Out a Democrat From a Republican Based on Their Campaign Logos.” (I only got 7 out of 13.)

Also, on the “interesting to know but not essential” side of things, here are a few interesting resources from Rutgers’ Center for American Women and Politics: (1) , (2) , e.g., no state has ever had women serving as both governor and lieutenant governor at once, but that could change this year!), and (3) .

Happy Voting!

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