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FAQ: General elections in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana

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General elections in the United States are Tuesday, Nov. 4. All residents of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana have items to vote for. If you're still unsure about voting, see these frequently asked questions:

Is it too late to register to vote? Voting registration is closed in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. If you're not sure about your registration status, check here for Kentucky, Indiana and here for Ohio.

Where do I vote? On Nov. 2, cast your ballot at in your precinct at your designated polling place. Click here to enter your address and find out your polling location.

When do I vote? Nov. 4 is the general election day across the country. 

Ohio: 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Kentucky: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Indiana: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.

What's on the ballot? All residents of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana have elections to participate in.

Kentucky: The most notable race in Kentucky is for a seat in the Senate where incumbent Mitch McConnell is taking on Alison Lundergan Grimes. See the ballot for your county here.

Ohio: Ohioans will decide their Governor, Attorney General and numerous other elected officials. See the ballot here.

Indiana: Among the ballot options in Indiana are Secretary of State and Treasurer of State. See ballots here.

What to bring: Each state requires some sort of identification, but voter ID laws differ by state.

Kentucky: Voters will need a form of identification, which includes driver's license, social security card or credit card. 

Ohio: Residents need a form of identification or document with name and address. Click here to see a list of acceptable forms of identification. In 

Indiana: Voters must have a state or U.S. government issued ID.

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