Google is covering all the bases for voters as we near Election Day on November 8. Today, the site rolled out an interactive tool that displays at the top of search results for “who’s on my ballot” and “where to vote” queries.
Now “who’s on my ballot” searches will return the following box for users to enter their address. Google then delivers a full list of candidates in the user’s voting district.
Searches for “where to vote” returns a similar voting tool that lists polling locations according to the specified address.
These voter search tools from Google follow the site’s State-by-State Voting Guide rolled out in August.
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