One Last Thing…

Today’s the day! There’s nothing left to do but cast your vote and hope for the best while fighting against the worst. We’re here to help: First, take off or cover up an campaign paraphernalia. Then throw some water, a snack or two, a magazine and maybe a deck of cards in your bag (lines are expected to be on the long side, and making mobile calls in the polling place is illegal in some states). Then print this post and run out to your polling place right now. Then call your family and friends (especially your folks in the swing states) and make sure they’ve done the same. Got your sticker already? Tell us how it went. And remember, now is the time to be a snitch, so keep your eyes open! (And send positive thoughts out into the Universe!)
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Election Protection Coalition

Through their hotline (administered by the NAACP, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and more than 60 other partners), this non-partisan organization is providing both real-time advice and collecting voter irregularity information, which will aid with any lawsuits that arise from this election. Call them if you see something fishy, your machine acts a monkey, you see folks being intimidated or you are denied the vote.
1.866.OUR-VOTE (1.866.687.8683)

CNN Voter Hotline
CNN is tracking (and publicizing) voting irregularities nationwide, so call them anytime you are forced to call the BOE or the Election Protection Coalition.
1.877.GO.CNN.08
1.877.462.6608

State Board of Elections
Call your state BOE if the machine malfunctions, your vote is recorded incorrectly, or you are denied the vote or pushed to cast a provisional ballot when another option exists.

Alabama: (800) 274-8683
Alaska: (907) 465-4611
American Samoa: (684) 633-2522
Arizona: (602) 542-8683
Arkansas: (800) 482-1127
California: (800) 345-VOTE
Colorado: (303) 894-2200
Connecticut: (860)-256-2940
Delaware: (302) 739-4277
District of Columbia: (202) 727-2525
Florida: (866) 308-6739
Georgia: (404) 656-2871
Guam: (671) 477-9791/2/3
Hawaii: (808) 453-8683
Idaho: (208) 334-2852
Illinois: (217) 782-4141 (Springfield) / (312) 814-6440 (Chicago)
Indiana: (317) 232-3939
Iowa: (515) 281-0145
Kansas (785) 296-4561
Kentucky: (502) 564-3490
Louisiana: (225) 922-0900
Maine: (207) 624-7736
Maryland: (800) 222-8683
Massachusetts: (800) 462-8683
Michigan: (517) 373-2540
Minnesota: (877) 600-8683
Mississippi: (800) 829-6786
Missouri: (800) 669-8683
Montana: (888) 884-8683
Nebraska: (402) 471-2555
Nevada: (775) 684-5705
New Hampshire: (603) 271-3242
New Jersey: (609) 292-3760
New Mexico: (800) 477-3632
New York: (518) 473-5086
North Carolina: (866) 522-4723
North Dakota: (800) 352-0867
Ohio: (877) 767-6446
Oklahoma: (405) 521-2391
Oregon: (503) 986-1518
Pennsylvania: (717) 787-5280
Puerto Rico: (787) 777-8675
Rhode Island: (401) 222-2345
South Carolina: (803) 734-9060
South Dakota: (605) 773-3537
Tennessee: (615) 741-7956
Texas: (800) 252-8683
Utah: (800) 995-8683
Vermont: (802) 828-2464
Virginia: (800) 552-9745
Virgin Islands: (340) 773-1021
Washington: (800) 448-4881
West Virginia: (304) 558-6000
Wisconsin: (608) 266-8005
Wyoming: (307) 777-7186

Happy voting!
—Kenrya

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