Polling Place Locator
November 2, 2010 by USA Post
Polling Place Locator, To get know Your Vote and polling stations by zip code on Election Day 2010 – The much-awaited U.S. election midterm arrived. A large number of voters who ask questions: “Where do I vote?” “Where am I registered to vote?” And “Where do I vote?” Because they want to know their voting rights and offices to vote.
Fortunately, Google helped us find information of voters per polling station their “Where to Vote” link on their homepage. When you go to this link, you will be redirected
And you must enter your complete mailing address where you are registered to vote, including city, state and zip code. After successfully entering this information, Google returns the result of your polling place, including a link to your voting status and directions on how to get there.
There is also information included in the election results as the website of your state, your voter registration status, and a voter hotline in your state. Google implements the project in conjunction with voting information on the project. This is the same application used by Facebook to their identification to vote
Unfortunately, after reading some complaints from users on the retrieval effectiveness of Google instead of voting, we decided to seek alternatives to ensure that you are in the location of voting. After all, who wants to fall in a long line only to discover at the end when they are about to cast their vote they are in the voting location wrong?
So, outside of Google, you can also check your polling station by zip code to Raise Your Vote to see if it matches the one provided by Google. If you are still not satisfied and I would really like to check or if you have any questions on Election Day 2010 today, you can visit the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and connect to resources voters in your state
Remember that voting hours are hours 30 06:30-19 so be sure to cast your votes in this period. Whether your candidate is up to the Republican Party or Democrat, be sure to cast your vote on Election Day today and let your voice be heard. Happy voting!
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