Your Voice Your Vote: Election day information

While this Election Day may have seemed as though it was infinitely long, the big day is finally here.

Election Day - Tuesday, November 16, 2012

What do I need?
Voter registration card or some form of identification (personal ID card, driver's license, ID with photo, birth certificate, official mail, passport, etc.)

Where can I vote?
Check with your local election board for polling elections in your area. Most have the information online.
Click here for voting locations in Potter County.
Click here for voting locations in Randall County.

How do I know where to vote?
Your voter registration card will have your precinct number.

What time can I vote?
Polls are open from 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

What's on the ballot?
Pronews 7 has compiled a complete list of what's on the ballot across the Panhandle. Click here for the comprehensive list.

Where can I find more information on the issues?
Click here for more information on all the issues.

What's a straight ticket?
It's voting on candidates in the same party with one punch.

How long will it take me to vote?
Election Day is often known to be a busy day at the polls. If you didn't vote early, the lines may be long. Voters are recommended to go at times like before the lunch rush.

Can I wear a button or t-shirt with a candidate's name on it?
No one is allowed to campaign within 100 feet of a polling location entrance.

Will anyone see my ballot?
No. All ballots are confidential.

Can I take my child with me in the voting booth?
Actually, yes.