1.Know where your polls are and when they close. Most polls close between 6pm and 9pm. In some states, such as Maine, you only need to be in line at the time the polls close in order to vote – others may not be as lenient. Also, make sure you are voting at the correct voting place – your vote may not count if you go to the wrong location. 2.Make sure you’re registered. In some states you can register …
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