Are you prepared to vote in the 2020 election?
With just a week to go until Nov. 3, now is an important time for voters to make sure they have the information they need to make their vote count this year.
If you are considering voting at the physical polls — either early or on Election Day — you may be wondering where you will need to vote or how you can find out.
The New York Times reports that while many election agencies maintain consistent polling places as in past elections, some precincts may move this year because of the pandemic or a decreased number of poll workers.
The outlet also states a significant difference: for early voting this year, where you vote may be determined by the jurisdiction you live in, not by your street address as in Election Day voting.
So how do you find your polling place this year?
VOTE411.org offers a polling place locator on its site.
The tool lists state resources through which you can find the location of your polling place in this election.
VOTE411.org is a "one-stop-shop" for election-related information. Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF), the site is a nonpartisan resource that provides the public with general and state-specific information on different aspects of the election process.
Where can I learn more about my voting options this year?
Visit Vote: Make It Count at RADIO.COM/vote for updates, resources and other important information about how to vote and the election process.