Monday, February 4, 2008


It is not a secret that we here at Alternating Current are voting for Barack Obama; we will gladly tell you why if you have any questions. And although we will push Barack Obama in every way we can, it is even more important to us that you just get out and vote in the elections tomorrow, February 5, 2008.

Find your polling location and vote tomorrow:

Tomorrow is Primary Day in Massachusetts. Use Barack Obama's online tool to find your polling location.

In addition, here are a few details and rules that will help make the voting process run smoothly. Make sure to share these with your friends:

  • If you are in line or in the process of voting when the polls close, you have the right to vote even after closing of the polls.

  • If you registered to vote, but your name does not appear on the voter list, you still have the right to vote by using a provisional ballot. If this happens to you, you should ask the poll workers for a provisional ballot and should be prepared to provide proof of identity and address through documentation such as a driver's license.

  • If your right to vote is challenged for any reason, you have the right to know the reason and the right to vote by provisional ballot.