Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were neck and neck in the polls Monday evening, heading into Election Day. Both candidates campaigned up to the wire, with Obama making yet another stop in Iowa Monday night and Romney stumping in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
During this feverish election time, the question on most people's mind isn't "Who is going to win the 2012 Presidential Election?" instead they are asking "Where do I vote?"
Below is a comprehensive set of online tools to help you find out how, when, and where to vote.
From where to find the nearest polling station to what’s on the ballot in local elections, these sources should provide answers.
Another site called Vote411.org writes on its landing page: “Voting is the most important thing we can all do to take control of our country’s future.” It provides a comprehensive set of voting tools, from where to vote to what’s at stake in smaller-scale elections (click here).
In the Northeast, especially in New York and New Jersey, many polling stations have been shifted and provisions have been made for displaced residents to cast their ballots. If you're in that situation, it might be best to check with local officials and ask "where do I vote today?"
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