| Diane -- |
I've been through many Election Days -- every one is a rush of nerves, excitement, anxiety, and exhaustion all at once.
The secret to getting through: Always be doing something.
So here's a resource you can keep coming back to until the polls close.
Obviously, the most important thing you need to do is vote. Confirm your polling location and hours.
Make sure you ask some neighbors to go with you when you head over.
But when you're done with that, don't wait around for the news. Make the news -- do something:
You don't even have to wait for Election Day to start. You can do something right now.
See you when it's all over.
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