If you've moved since the last election, or are new to the area, here is the information you'll need for Election Day.
Pennsylvania: 7 a.m – 8 p.m.
New Jersey: 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Delaware: 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Because of Hurricane Sandy, some polling places in New Jersey and New York may be changed, and hours may be extended. We are still waiting for final information, and will provide it to you when the states make their decisions.
We do know now that in Jersey, you can vote today, tomorrow or Monday at your county clerk's office. Text 877877 or log onto www.elections.nj.gov to find your specific location. Jersey will likely use National Guard trucks and FEMA generators at locations that are accessible, but have no power. Decisions are still being made about inaccessible areas. NY is still making decisions, and NJ is still evaluating options for Election Day polling locations.
Where to vote:
Overall website, click here. From that same site you can get related information like ballot information, absentee ballot information, and maps. If the site cannot find your polling place, make sure to retry with your zip+four number.
If you need a ride to the polls, contact your campaign's local headquarters and they will be able to arrange for someone to drive you.