By Megan Carpentier
Monday, November 5, 2012 16:01 EDT
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Tomorrow, November 6th, 2012, is Election Day. And as many, many people have noted, your right to vote is something people died for, protested for, were beaten and tortured for and, in some cases, immigrated here to get.

If you need more information on where to vote and who and what will be on your ballot, please visit the League of Women Voter’s website, which also contains hotlines to call in case of voting problem.

Those hotlines — and an app — can also be found through the Election Protection Coalition, which is administered by the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law and the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Education Fund (which runs the Spanish language line). If you have any trouble voting tomorrow, call them immediately!

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Megan Carpentier
Megan Carpentier is the executive editor of Raw Story. She previously served as an associate editor at Talking Points Memo; the editor of news and politics at Air America; an editor at Jezebel.com; and an associate editor at Wonkette. Her published works include pieces for the Washington Post, the Washington Independent, Ms Magazine, RH Reality Check, the Women's Media Center, On the Issues, the New York Press, Bitch and Women's eNews.
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