Google’s midterm election Doodle wants you to ‘Go Vote’


Listen to the Google Doodle.
Listen to the Google Doodle.

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Google wants its users to get out and vote — so much so that the website’s latest Google Doodle is dedicated to the midterm elections.

On Tuesday the search engine changed its iconic logo from “Google” to “Go Vote.” If you click the Doodle, you’re taken to the search results page for, “Where do I vote #ElectionDay.”

Google's "where to I vote" search results

There, you can easily determine your polling place by entering you address into Google’s 2018 election tool. Underneath the tool are additional resources that can help users check if they’re registered to vote, and get familiar with candidates and issues on the ballot.

“…Other tools help explain the voting process with information on how to vote in both English and Spanish,” Google explained in its Google Doodle archive.

For more information on how to vote in Tuesday’s midterms, check out our guide.

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