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When, Where and How to Vote in the Midterm Elections on Tuesday

But of course, before the results can be counted, voters will need to actually head to the polls on Tuesday. Here's everything you need to know about how to vote in the midterm elections. RELATED: The 10 Hottest Races to Watch in the Midterm Elections ...



Voting day guide: Polling hours, where to vote and more

You may be tempted to post a photo on Instagram when you hit the voting booth, but selfies with your ballot could get you in trouble in some states. There are 18 states that don't allow photographs in polling places or voting booths, or both. Read up ...



Can I Vote Online? Your Voting Questions, Answered

A: You can use the internet to post a tweet that loses you billions of dollars, if you are Elon Musk. Or that nearly starts a war, if you are the president of the United States. But, unless you are serving overseas in the military, you cannot vote from ...



Here's why 6 in 10 eligible voters might not vote tomorrow

But a look back at the history of midterm elections makes one thing very clear: A majority of people who are eligible to vote don't traditionally exercise that right. In the last midterm election -- 2014 -- just over 36% of the voting eligible ...


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A Guide to How, When and Where to Vote on Tuesday

Find out when and where to vote. In most states, polling places open at 6 or 7 a.m. and close at 7 or 8 p.m., but it's important to check, as times can vary by location. Most state election offices make it easy for voters to find their polling place ...

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Today is the last day to early vote in Georgia. Here's where and how

Fulton County has 20 early voting locations, stretching from Milton to College Park. If you want to cast your ballot at Adams Park Library, be aware that it's closed and you should instead to go Adams Park Recreation Center. Find the full list of ...

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How to vote

"There is a rumor out there that elections aren't necessarily going to be counting absentee ballots or provisional ballots if the election's not close," said Jen Tolentino, the director of policy and civic tech at Rock the Vote. "That's 100% untrue ...

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