Election countdown, tips for election day

In Maricopa County more than one million people cast early ballots.
Republicans had the most early ballots with nearly 434,000.
More 338,000 Democrats voted early and nearly 278,000 Independents and other voters have cast their ballots already.
Over one million out of 2.1 million eligible voters have already voted in Maricopa County.
There are 724 polling places in Maricopa County for election day.
If someone does not have the sample ballot, check out maricopa.vote for your polling place.
When you go to your polling place tomorrow you are going to have to identify who you are. 
One way to do that is by bringing a photo i.d. like a driver's license. 
The other way of doing it is by bringing two other pieces of identification. If you don't have a photo ID., it could be a voter identification card and a bill with your name on it.
"We have a lot of people asking us that question, do I have to go to my own polling place? No, you are passing polling place drop it off. You do not have to go to your own polling place to drop off an early ballot," said Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell.
Just walk right up and drop it in the box. You do not have to wait in line.
To avoid a long line, try to vote mid-morning or mid-afternoon but polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
And lastly, if you are in line at 7 p.m. you will be able to vote.
Need a a ride to the polls tomorrow?
Companies like Uber, Lyft and Google are also offering special discounts or promotions for election day rides.
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