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Election Day 2016: Where should you go to vote?

Election Day 2016 Where To Vote

It’s finally that day, folks! The ultimate Pokemon confrontation: Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton. But it all seriousness, the choice you make today will certainly affect your life in the immediate future, and probably even further down the road. So go out and vote! Oh, you have no idea where to do it? There’s a handy Google trick for that.

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Some people already know where to vote and what’s required to complete the process, while others might be less informed. If you have no idea where to go and vote, then just go to

No, you can’t vote online via Google, but the search giant set up a special home page for the 2016 presidential election day.

You can do one of three things to find out where you need to go: click on the Google Doodle, click on the button in the bottom right corner, or type this question in the search bar: “Where do I vote in the 2016 United States election #Everyonein2016.”

Google will then pull up a box that lets you enter your address. Once you enter it, Google will give you information on where to vote, complete with address, requirements, and ballot.

google-com-election-day-2016-where-to-voteImage source: Business Insider

What Google won’t tell you is who to vote for. That’s up to you. All you need to do is get out of the house — you can get directions from right inside that card, as seen in the Business Insider’s image above — and go vote. Because you have to. Seriously.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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