Where Do I Vote and What are the Voting Hours? Find your Polling Place and Go Vote

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Where to Vote

It’s November 6, 2012, voting day. The problem is, finding your polling place to submit your vote. Make sure you vote at your precinct. If you don’t vote at the precinct you’re registered for, your vote will not count. If you get a random phone cell telling you that your polling location has changed or that the election day has been moved to another date, don’t believe it, it’s a scam.

If you live in New York and were affected by Hurricane Sandy, your voting location most likely did change. In this case, you should verify the new polling location. New Yorkers, text “NYCVOTES” or “DONDE” (Español) to 877-877. There are also services available nationwide for people who need to look up their voting location. One option is to simply text the word “Where” to 877877 and then enter your address.

For the rest of us in the United States, Google has made it easy, like they do with most things that we need information on. All you have to do is type your home address into the field to find out where do you vote.  Where do I Vote? Find your Polling Place.

Do you need to know if you can vote? CanIVote.org can help verify if you are registered to vote as well as lists polling places, what to bring in order to vote and information about the candidates.

As far as voting hours go, it depends on the state in which you are in. Starting at 7 p.m. polls start to close in Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, South Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia. By 7:30 p.m. Ohio, West Virginia and North Carolina close their polls. Tonight at 8:00 p.m. will be when most voting hours come to an end with Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts  Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Tennessee. One lonely state of Arkansas will close polling at 8:30 p.m.

Voting hours start to wrap up and come to end by 9 p.m. with Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana  Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, South Dakota, Texas, Wisconsin, and Wyoming closing polls.

At 10:00 p.m. the big state of Iowa, Montana, Nevada, and Utah will close their voting polls. Coming to an end of the night, 11:00 p.m. is when Hawaii, California, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington wrap up their voting hours for registered voters. With the last state of Alaska closing their polls at 1:00 a.m. tonight.

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