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ELECTION DAY 2018: What you need to know

07 November 2018
ELECTION DAY 2018: What you need to know

The record for most early voters in any SC election was in November 2016 when more than 500,000 absentee votes were cast.

Officials said voters who received a notice and an affidavit stating there was something wrong with their mail-in ballots had until 5 p.m. on Monday to address the issue.

Oklahoma voters are required to show identification before receiving a ballot, which can include a state driver's license, US passport, military identification or a Voter Identification Card issued by a county election board. Once you are verified, your ballot will be counted. In 37 states where early voting is offered, Americans can vote in person before Election Day. How do you figure out that voter's propensity at the ballot box?

"We have more than 4,000 lawyers this election cycle helping answer phones", said Kristin Clarke, executive director of the Lawyers Committee.

There were 368 early votes cast at the Kirkland location and 728 at the polls in Sandwich, both of which were closed for early voting after Sunday. A full list of the candidates can be found here. (For example, if the poll must stay open if you're already in line at closing time, will tell you.) The site will also display a map showing how you can get from where you live to the poll location. "We just want everybody to get out today and go vote".

MyVote Wisconsin website is where people can find more information about where and when to vote along with what's on the ballot, absentee voting and voter registration.

Recorder Adrian Fontes said his office knew the day before the election that contractors who had been hired to set up voter verification machines hadn't showed up for a run-through. Ryan responded saying now was not the time to have that conversation, and that he was focusing on making certain that every voter had an opportunity to cast a ballot. "Here in the county we're calling for 44 percent voter turnout, which is on target with what the Commonwealth is calling for - a little bit higher, I believe 46 or 47 percent".

Before you vote: Answers to all your questions about mail-in ballots, registering to vote and more. Different states, even different counties within states, use different systems.

This year's election features a competitive race in Washington's 3rd Congressional district between U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, and Carolyn Long, a political science professor running as a Democrat against the four-term incumbent.