Presidential Election LibGuide

Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 3rd, and polls in New York are open from 6:00am to 9:00pm. You can check to see if you are registered and find out where you can vote at the NYC Board of Elections website: https://vote.nyc/

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Another useful resource to prepare for Election Day is Touro’s Presidential Elections LibGuide: https://libguides.tourolib.org/election

This guide has links to a variety of non-partisan resources about the candidates and where they stand on critical issues, the electoral process, how to vote, and municipal Boards of Elections sites.

Learn more — then get out and vote!

Disclaimer: This post is not an endorsement of any political candidate, party, or policy.

Election Day 2016

are-you-ready-to-vote-with-blue-border-web-300-pxQuick, how many electoral votes are needed to win the presidential election? And what exactly is the electoral college? Find out those answers and more, like information on the candidates’ positions, election updates, and information on the U.S. political process on our Election LibGuide, just in time for election day.

Much discussed and highly anticipated, Election Day 2016 will take place on Tuesday November 8th. Hopefully you’re already registered and planning to vote! If you’re not sure if you’re registered, or where your polling place is, you can look up that information at HeadCount.org. Once you know the zip code for your polling place, visit the Vote NY website to view a sample ballot. You can view down ticket candidates and plan your vote, so you’ll be ready to go on Tuesday. Happy voting!