Terry Burton, deputy director of the Wood County Board of Elections, said no major issues have been reported so far.
Wait ... didn't the Palmetto State pass a voter identification law several years ago?
How do you know if you should fill one out? If your precinct did not change, you can vote normally and update your address at your polling place. Those are printed later and have additional names on them. Are you ready to vote?
Your ballot needs to be postmarked by Tuesday to count.
The mail-in ballot numbers have not just increased over the last midterm election but have surpassed the record-breaking numbers of the 2016 Presidential election, said County Clerk Scott Colabella.
Again, don't leave without asking to vote provisionally.
If you don't have an ID, you can still cast a provisional ballot. Under the Voting Rights Act, the two cities are required to provide election materials in other languages - Spanish and Cambodian in Lowell and Chinese, including Taiwanese, in Malden. "It's a safe assumption that many of those polling places now have the personal electronic ballots". For information on voting outside of Chicago, visit the Illinois Board of Elections website. Voters can still go to the polls any time between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., there just may be longer lines during the three expected rushes. Presently, 95 percent of the county's polls are accessible and have wheelchair-accessible booths. All you have to do is find your polling location at SOS.Iowa.gov or VoterReadyIowa.org, and then use the My DART App to learn which routes you should take to get there.
A total of 302,076 Miami-Dade residents voted early, up from 116,905 in 2014.
Ballot drop-off boxes at the city council building in Omaha were packed after a weekend of votes being turned in.
Amid predictions of high voter turnout in this year's midterm elections, ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft are both offering free rides to the polls for many voters. "There's lines in some polling locations".
A day ahead of the 2018 midterms, the Justice Department announced it will monitor almost three dozen communities, including two MA cities, for compliance with federal voting rights laws on Election Day. California's Secretary of State runs a hotline that offers help in various languages.