Rick Bowmer, AP In this Nov. 1, 2016 file photo, people vote during early voting for the 2016 general election at the Salt Lake County Government Center, in Salt Lake City. SALT LAKE CITY — Tomorrow is Election Day. And that means you’ll probably spend some time figuring out where to vote. Here are some quick resources to use. Type “Where do I vote?” into Google. A box will appear that will allow you to enter in your full address. Once you click the search button, the location of your voting location will tell you where to vote. Visit USA.gov, which includes resources about state and territorial election office contact information. You can also use Get to the Polls, which allows you to enter in your address. HeadCount offers a search bar and a state-by-state breakdown of where to find your polling place. Vote.org has a search bar that helps you find where to vote. It also includes a polling place by state list. GetToThePolls.com shows you where … [Read more...] about Where do I vote?: A quick guide to help you find where, when and how to vote on Election Day 2018
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Staff Updated 11:10 am CDT, Monday, October 22, 2018 The early voting period begins Monday, Oct. 22, until Friday, Nov. 2. Election day this year will be on Tuesday, Nov. 6. >>Check out the crowd that showed up early Monday to vote in Houston... The early voting period begins Monday, Oct. 22, until Friday, Nov. 2. Election day this year will be on Tuesday, Nov. 6. >>Check out the crowd that showed up early Monday to vote in Houston... Photo: Mark Mulligan, Houston Chronicle / Houston Chronicle People cast their vote on the first day of early voting at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center on West Gray Street Monday, Oct. 22, 2018, in Houston. People cast their vote on the first day of early voting at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center on West Gray Street Monday, Oct. 22, 2018, in Houston. Photo: Godofredo A. Vasquez, Staff … [Read more...] about When, where can I early vote in Houston? Here’s everything you need to know
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page James Pindell Globe Staff June 12, 2018 As Mainers head to the polls Tuesday — one of five states holding primary contests — they won’t just be voting, they’ll be participating in a first-of-its-kind experiment in state politics. Instead of just marking a single vote when there are more than two candidates in a given race, voters will be asked to rank each name on the ballot, in order of preference. It is called “ranked choice voting,” and while some local communities use the system (including here in Cambridge), it has never been piloted statewide and could signal a change in how Americans vote going forward. Advertisement The idea behind ranked choice gained traction after nine of the past 11 contests for governor were won with less than a majority of votes, or 50 percent, including the last two in which Governor Paul … [Read more...] about Maine is making history with a new voting system. It could also vote to never do it again
IT MAY not seem long since you were last in the polling station, but Britain will soon find itself back in the booth for local elections. Thousands of seats are up for grabs TODAY, May 3, 2018, as 156 councils go to the polls - here's everything you need to know about casting your vote. Where is your local polling station? Voting can be done in a number of ways – by proxy, by post, or in person. Those voting in person will need to head to their local polling station to cast their ballot. Voting is normally held in a large local building, such as a school, community centre or church. The location of your polling station will be on the poll card sent to you. If you can’t find the poll card, you can contact your local authority to find out. Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm on the day of the election, known as polling day. You can find contact details for your local Electoral Registration Office on the government website. How can you check you’re registered? In … [Read more...] about Which polling station do I go to for the local elections 2018, am I registered to vote and what are the closing times?