The presidential election is Tuesday, Nov. 6: who do you think will be the winner?
With the election only days away, pundits are analyzing polls and trying to predict who will be the next president: Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. Gallup's final pre-election polling, for one, will be tallied after Sunday. The organization had suspended its national daily tracking surveys for several days this week after Superstorm Sandy. By now, you likely know for whom you'll be casting your vote on Tuesday. But, regardless of whom you may want to win, who do you think will win? Which political analysis do you think is right on the mark? Which websites/polls are you following? Vote in our poll and tell us in the comments. And, if you want to use our comment section to make a final argument for why an undecided voter should support your …
MassVOTE gives tips on what to plan for on election day.
Friday, November 2, 2012
Information courtesy of MassVOTE For many reasons, including a wave of new voter registrations and the hard-fought, close race between Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren, MassVOTE projects record-breaking voter participation in Massachusetts. More than 1 in 4 voters will be either a new voter or a person who hasn’t voted since 2008. Here is some advice to make sure your vote counts. Know where to go. You may be voting in a different place from previous years. Go to wheredoivotema.com and enter the address where you are registered or call 1-800-462-8683. Don’t vote in the wrong place – your ballot will not be counted. Know how you’ll get there. Will you walk? Take a bus? Drive? Get directions now, not on Election Day. Know who will be …