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              "I was just happy to get in," said Chelin Lyles, second from left, a first-time voter from Evansville, who listens to election deputy, Don Assalone, left, as he tells her how to work the voting machine on the last day of early voting at the Civic Center in Evansville, Ind. on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ The Evansville Courier & Press, Molly Bartels)
              "I was just happy to get in," said Chelin Lyles, second from left, a first-time voter from Evansville, who listens to election deputy, Don Assalone, left, as he tells her how to work the voting machine on the last day of early voting at the Civic Center in Evansville, Ind. on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. (AP Photo/ The Evansville Courier & Press, Molly Bartels)   

Election tool for voters unsure where to vote

Voters who are still not sure where to go to cast their ballot Tuesday are in luck.

Google is featuring a Voter Information Tool which is part of Google’s Politics Elections page.

The tool integrates Google’s location-based data from Google Maps and helps voters identify their polling location.

The tool is part of the Pew Center on The States partnership with Google, Microsoft, FourSquare, Facebook, AT&T and Politics 360 to develop the Voting Information Project.

Microsoft also has its own tool for the occasion.

“By collaborating with election officials and harnessing the knowledge of programmers, information architects, and designers, we are helping voters get on demand access to information they need,” stated the Voting Information Project on its website.

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