Jessica Bies and Matthew Albright Delaware News Journal Published 1:56 PM EST Nov 6, 2018 To find out where your polling place is in Delaware, and what will be on your ballot, go to the state elections website, ivote.de.gov. To find your polling place, click "Where do I vote on election day?" To see what you will be voting for, click "What's on my ballot?" Both will ask you to input some information and generate a personalized report for you. You'll need to enter your name, date of birth and zip code, or your address. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. You will be asked to show proof of identity and address. If you have trouble voting, call the Delaware Department of Elections at (302) 739-4277. You can also call your local Department of Elections office: New Castle County — (302) 577-3464 Kenty County — (302) 739-4498 Sussex County — (302) 856-5367 If you want to talk to a reporter about any issues … [Read more...] about Where do I go to vote? Find your polling place in Delaware
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Shelby Fleig Des Moines Register Published 3:57 PM EST Nov 5, 2018 Election Day is nearly finally here. But there's still plenty of time to find your polling place and get prepared before Tuesday. To find out where you should vote, use the Iowa Secretary of State's online tool. First, you'll plug in your zip code. Then, you'll give your house number and street name. The website will tell you your precinct and polling place for general elections. Polling places are often schools, churches, libraries, and other businesses near your home. Links to online maps and directions are also provided in the online tool. Polls are open statewide from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Nov. 6. Need a ride? Voters in the Des Moines metro can get free or discounted rides to the polls using DART, Uber or Lyft. Now that you know where to go, see what's on your ballot before you show up. The races on the ballots vary slightly depending on where you live. Polk and … [Read more...] about Iowa election 2018: Where do I vote and what’s on my ballot?
Melissa Brown Montgomery Advertiser Published 2:44 PM EST Nov 5, 2018 Polls in Alabama will open Tuesday at 7 a.m. for voters to cast their ballots in the 2018 midterm elections. Alabamians will vote on races from Congress to governor to public service commission, as well as cast their ballots on four potential amendments to the state’s heavily amended 1901 Constitution. You can read the Montgomery Advertiser's voter guide for statewide races here and our guide to the amendments on the 2018 ballot here. Read on if you have questions about where to go, what to bring and how to cast your ballot when you get there. What forms of voter ID does Alabama accept at the polls? The Secretary of State's website states the following forms of photo ID will be accepted at the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 6: Valid Driver's License Valid Non-driver ID Valid Alabama Photo Voter ID Valid State Issued ID (Alabama or any other state) Valid Federal Issued ID … [Read more...] about What photo ID do I need to vote and how do I find my polling place in Alabama?
U.S. 2018 Midterms The midterm elections will take place Tuesday, with Democrats, Republicans and nonpartisan organizations alike urging Americans to vote in order in one of the most heated election cycles in recent history. Midterm elections are held halfway between presidential elections and one-third of Senate seats and all 435 seats of the House of Representatives are up for grabs. In addition, 36 state governors and three U.S. territory governors and many city mayors are on the ballot. Voters should contact their state or territorial election offices to find out polling places and hours. A locator can be found on USA.gov’s website: www.usa.gov/election-office. Polling locations are assigned to voters based on their residential address. Voters should not go to a polling location they are not assigned to because their names will not be on the roster. Checking before going to vote is important because assigned polling locations could change from previous elections. … [Read more...] about Where Do I Vote? Midterm Election 2018 Polling Places and Early Voting Information
Bro Krift Montgomery Advertiser Published 10:25 AM EDT Nov 1, 2018 Montgomery County polling locations Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you are in line before 7 p.m. you will be able to cast a ballot after 7 p.m. You can find your polling location by entering your county, last name and date of birth here on the Secretary of State's website. 101 Drum Theater/Huntingdon College, 1125 E. Fairview Ave. 102 Vaughn Park Church of Christ, 3800 Vaughn Road 103 Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts 1 Museum Drive 104 Whitfield United Methodist Church, 2673 Fisk Road 105 Aldersgate United Methodist Church, 6610 Vaughn Road 106 Peter Crump Elementary School, 3510 Woodley Road 107 Trenholm State (Patterson Campus, Bldg. D), 3920 Troy Highway 201 St. Paul AME Church, 706 E. Patton Ave. 202 Beulah Baptist Church, 3703 Rosa L. Parks Ave. 203 Hayneville Road Community Center, 3315 Hayneville Road 204 Fresh Anointing House of Worship, 150 E. Fleming Road 205 … [Read more...] about 2018 Alabama election: Where do I vote? Montgomery County polling locations