How to find your polling place
It's finally time.
It's been a long, excruciating road, but election day is finally here.
The only thing left to do is vote, which apparently really matters now, given recent polls show the gay marriage and voter I.D. amendments are suddenly nail biters. (Obama, on the other hand, still has a commanding lead in Minnesota, if communist pollsters like Nate Silver and KSTP are to be believed).
For those still unsure of where to cast your votes, there are a few different places to find your polling location, the most reliable of which probably being the Secretary of State website, which you can access here. Or you can try this other site brought to our attention over the weekend, whose title captures where we're all at patience-wise with this election: "Where's my fucking polling place."
First, simply type in your address as shown:
The results should not only show you where to vote, but who will be on your ballot, meaning you can do some research before you head to the polling booths:
Simple as that. Now, let's get this thing over with.
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