Finding where to vote is really simple. Pull up your favorite search engine and look up “How to vote.”
Granted, there will be a lot of paid ads from various interested groups. Make sure you take caution before clicking any links, and remember government websites end in “ .gov “
For example, if you live in Texas you can go to VoteTexas.gov to find out all the information you need.
If you still need help, Google has a handy button under the search bar today that will help you out.
Make sure to look up locations, hours and other relevant information to your specific area. Many states even allow you to register to vote online.
Sometimes employers will let you leave a little early to accommodate voting, but some polling stations are open from 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.
One of the most American things you can possibly do is voting for your elected officials. Sometimes, people get wrapped up in thinking only voting for a president matters. However, state, county, and city elections can arguably have a larger impact on your day-to-day lives. So, make the effort and help decide our elected officials!