That way, all citizens can register to vote, learn about the election and cast a ballot without language barriers.
"From our magazine subscriptions to our shopping habits to our income levels", he says, "all these things. go into trying to make an educated estimate, let's call it, about what you're going to do on Election Day". Early morning, lunchtime and after work will be the busiest times for voting.
"I always vote", Alspaugh said. Election officials said most voters already have the photo ID they need to vote, such as a Wisconsin Driver License or ID. The voter will then have five business days to show an acceptable form of photo ID, or apply for a MS voter ID card, at the their local circuit clerk's office.
Lowell and Malden - which are among the more diverse cities in the state - made the list of 35 places in 19 states where the DOJ said it will scrutinize polling stations. "We're open from 7 [a.m.] to 7 [p.m.] Please exercise your right to vote".
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He added: "Voting should not be this hard", and said he was "proud" of his "neighbors around the five boroughs who are voting today in what looks like huge numbers". If you are in line when the polls close, you will still be able to vote. "We're lucky to have the Cale precinct", said Jenny Robinson.
Voters across the country and right here in Virginia are heading to the polls Tuesday to participate in the 2018 midterm elections.
In total, officials say Georgians cast 2,071,830 ballots with 1,886,905 in-person and 184,925 by mail.
"It's often said by election experts that early voting cannibalizes turnout", Schier said.
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Anyone who needs assistance on Election Day may ask poll workers for help, Garcia said. In Broward, 299,154 cast their ballots ahead of Tuesday, as compared to 129,073 in 2014.
Vu acknowledged that his office anticipated voters experiencing longer waits because of the length of the ballot and is prepared to quickly send out extra voting booths to polling locations that need them. One man in a hurry filled out his provisional ballot on a piano instead of waiting in line for a booth.
"For the next few hour we're looking at cloudy skies", he said just after the polls opened at 7 a.m.
Once the ballot comes out of the envelope, the vote becomes anonymous, ready to be counted on Tuesday.
How the vote reflects on President Donald Trump
Attacks on favorite Trump foes House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and U.S. Trump was spending Election Day at the White House and tweeting support for Republicans in the toughest races.
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