Use your address to find your voting location by zipcode and street address. These resources find the polling location by address, not by registered voter information. In some states including Maine and New Hampshire registration happens through election Day, so a more general resource to find voting locations by zipcode works best. Election Day is Tuesday, November 2, 2010. Polls open early and stay open late, giving voters enough time to get there before or after work. No matter which party you are affiliated with, or if you’re voting for incumbents or challengers, get out and vote.
Voting Locations by Zipcode
In addition to typing in your zipcode to find your voting location, you’ll need to type in your entire address.
Most states have polling information available on their official state pages. One national resource where anyone can find a polling place is Find Out Where to Vote from MyBarackObama.com. The advantage to using this site (regardless of your party affiliation or political views) is that it not only includes the address, the polling hours are also there.
Watch this brief video showing you how to use Google Maps to find your voting location, in any state.
The URL in the video is Google Maps Polling Place – Google Polling Place Map