SNAP THE VOTE: Your go-to guide on the midterm elections - Tucson News Now

SNAP THE VOTE: Your go-to guide on the midterm elections

ARIZONA (Tucson News Now) -

The U.S. Congressional race is fast approaching, and we’ve got a how-to guide on voter registration and polling places right here.

In order to see if you’re registered to vote, simply follow this link and enter your country, last name, date of birth or driver’s license number. If your name does not appear after pressing search, go here in order to register.

After registration, it’s time to find out where to cast your ballot. To learn where your nearest polling place is, follow this link and enter the same information — after pressing ‘search’ you will be directed to that location.

The midterm elections will take place on Aug. 28, 2018.

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