Posted at 5:50 AM on November 4, 2008
by Julia Schrenkler
Nervous? Excited? Hopefully those feelings are out of sheer civic enthusiasm, but if you're undecided or want to take a few more moments to prepare...
Find your polling place. You have to know where you're going.
Before you head out the door, check your outfit. Believe it or not, there's a dress code. Really! Consult the survival guide for details and to answer the tougher questions.
Once you've prepared yourself, prepare yourself in another way. Take a few minutes to play Select A Candidate. It does not tell you who to vote for, it will better introduce you to the people behind the campaign ads. There's a wealth of information in MPR's Campaign 2008 collection if you want to do some more digging.
Better prepared? Great. Go vote, and tell MPR your voting story. Your experience could inform our coverage.
You can also participate online: Share your photos with us or join an online discussion.
Tonight track results on minnesota.publicradio.org. Just like that, your Election Day.