2)  Be sure you know where your polling place is located.  Sometimes the County Commissioners will combine polling places if they don't expect strong participation in the election.  The polling place is listed on your voter registration card.  You can find the address and an interactive map to your polling place here.

3)  It is perfectly legal to carry a sample ballot or paper notes that list how you intend to vote, especially for remembering some of the down-ballot candidates or issues.  You can download a sample ballot here.

1)  Decide if you plan to early vote or vote on election day.  Early voting is usually done at the court house annex, while voting on election day is done at your designated polling place.  If you work nights or odd shifts, voting early gives you more opportunities to vote.  Click here to see the hours and dates of early voting.