Election Day 2010: Where do I vote, times, ID info and more

Election Day 2010: Where do I vote, times, ID info and more

Tomorrow, Tuesday November 2, is time for the midterm-elections 2010 in the U.S. It’s time to cast your votes and this election result could be very interesting. Although it’s usual for the party with control to lose some seats in the midterms, the economic crisis has been severely damaging for President Obama and the Democrats and it’s looking likely that they’ll lose control of the House of Representatives.

For those of you that need to know all about how to vote, where to vote and more you’ve come to the right place. Nate Jones over on Time Newsfeed gives details of where to vote with a polling place locator over at Google Maps Voting. Simply enter your full address for where you’re registered to vote in the search bar and you’ll be shown exactly where to go to place your all-important vote.

Other voting procedures to remember are to take I.D. A photo identity is usually adequate but James Monaco over on LongIslandPress suggests checking your state’s election website to confirm this. You should also check your state’s election website for eligible voting times. As long as you’re in line by the time stated you will be able to vote. If you go to vote411.org and check out the ‘voting in your state’ section you’ll find everything you need. Simply enter your state and it will tell you the times and whether you need I.D. or not.

For plenty of othere voting information go to vote411.org. where you should find everything you need. Get down and place your vote because every one really does count and while you’re at it remember how lucky you are to live in a democratic country where voting is your right. We’d welcome your thoughts about Election Day 2010 so please feel free to send us your comments.

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