Election Day 2018: Where To Vote, What’s On The Ballot, And More

Justice Department sending staff to monitor Tarrant County polling sites on Election Day

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Election officials said most voters already have the photo ID they need to vote, such as a Wisconsin Driver License or ID.

"It's important for voters to think ahead of time about how and when they are going to cast their ballot so they don't forget or run out of time on Election Day", Ziriax said.

Most polling locations are open from 7 a.m.to 8 p.m. on November 6.

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If you fail to bring your ID with you to the polls, all you have to do is claim a disability, illness, work conflict, transportation issue, family responsibility or ... And after learning it was in a locked closet, workers said they had no key to open the door.

"This will expedite the process", Jefferson said.

In a midterm election, overall turnout typically ranges from 50 to 55 percent of the voting age population, compared to 65 to 70 percent in a presidential election.

In Marshall County, 850 voted early in the primary election.

Updated at 1:15 p.m.: Revised to include information from the Justice Department about how locations are selected to be monitored.

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Officials said voters who received a notice and an affidavit stating there was something wrong with their mail-in ballots had until 5 p.m. on Monday to address the issue. Wind gusts could reach 40 to 50 miles per hour as the line of storms moves through this afternoon, Okulski said.

Early indications show that Washington voter turnouts could be quite similar to the 2016 president election, and might even surpass that mark. It can't tell us if demographic changes in a county mean that a reliably red county is now voting much more purple. The lack of a centralized national system could make it more hard for hackers to achieve a widespread attack. Henson says that's where the dozens of other data points attached to most of us come into play.

The data suggests an electorate deeply engaged in voters' first real opportunity to offer a verdict on the presidency of Donald Trump, who has actively tried to turn the election into a referendum on himself.

Maybe your name isn't on the registered voter's list.

Polls open at 6 a.m. statewide.

Asked at a press conference if she's 100 percent certain that Democrats will regain control of the House of Representatives in today's elections, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-San Francisco, replied "Yes, I am", reported ABC News.

The South Carolina Election Commission said more than 230,000 votes were cast as of Friday evening.

The numbers are sure to rise.

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