Election Season Web Tools (for Canadians, Too)
It's Sunday, so that means talking-heads day as analysts on every channel dissect the words and moves of John McCain and Barack Obama. However, thanks to the magic of the Internet, you can A) hang out with us here at NowPublic, and B) do your own election-season analysis.
Lifehacker has a list of pertinent online tools for the election run-up, though I seriously, seriously doubt that too many people are truly undecided.
With all the instant-access news, video, data, and social networking available in a few seconds' time, election season is a prime time to dig in and find out where the candidates are getting and spending money, what's being by and about them and which of it is true, and how to make sure you get your vote in on Nov. 4.
Where do I Vote?
Simply put, you vote at what is called a voting location.
Skip the searching and go here to find your Ontario voting location by postal code.