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Find Your Polling Place With Google's Help

A poll worker rips "I Voted" stickers from a roll at a polling place in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, June 24, 2014.
Sue Ogrocki
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AP

If you haven't voted since the last presidential election, your polling place might have changed.

Google has built this map-based web tool to help spread information about the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Information is available in English or Spanish.

Type in your home address to see where to vote and what will be on your ballot.

KGOU provides this information as a public service. The authority on election information is Oklahoma's State Election Board.

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