Today, November 2nd, is Election Day! Make sure to get out and vote. Voting is pretty simple, but if you have any questions, here's an outline of helpful information. Please share this information widely - repost this information, link to it on Facebook and Twitter.
(Reading this on your mobile phone? You can get voting info here: m.google.com/elections)
Where and when do I vote?
* Find your polling place, voting times, and other important information at http://pol.moveon.org/votinginfo2010.html
, using an application developed by the Voting Information Project.
* You can also get your polling location by texting "where" to 30644 from your mobile phone.
* These resources are excellent, but not perfect, so to double-check information, you can use the Voting Information Project application to find contact information for your state or local election official.
What do I need to bring?
* Voting ID laws vary from state to state, but if you have ID, bring it. To find out the details, check out your state's info at http://www.866ourvote.org/state
* You can also find more information by calling or checking out the website of your state election official. Look up their contact information here: http://pol.moveon.org/votinginfo2010.html/
What if something goes wrong?
* Not on the voter list? Make sure you're at the right polling place, then ask for a provisional ballot.
* Need legal help? Call 1-866-OUR-VOTE or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
On your ballot
* The League of Young Voters has put together a site where groups and individuals can post do-it-yourself voter guides. Check out your state here: http://theballot.org/
Remember, if you don't vote, you lose all right to complain about our government's asshattery until the next time you DO cast your ballot! ;)