11/05/2012 - To help American participate in and follow the results of the presidential and state elections, Pew is providing a variety of resources, including tools to help you cast your ballot, updates on how the elections are running, and Stateline’s analysis of what’s at stake.
Voter Info? There’s an App for That
Where’s my polling place? What initiatives are on the ballot? How can I contact a state or local election official? Working in partnership with Microsoft, Google, and AT&T, the Pew's Voting Information Project
is working around the clock to make sure you've got the voting information you need, where and when you need it.Look up your polling place.
The Latest: Election Data Dispatches Election Data Dispatches
(EDD) provides research related to U.S. election administration each Tuesday and Thursday. On November 6, EDD will be taking it up a notch. Visit the website
throughout the day for Election 2012 analysis, including a tally of early voting in battleground states, Hurricane Sandy polling relocations by numbers, absentee ballot data for military and overseas voters, and more.
Stateline: Day of Decision in the States
Browse Stateline’s extensive reporting on issues voters will decide on Tuesday’s ballot
as well as our collection of infographics and interactives
that focus on issues in the 2012 elections.