With the primary election only two weeks away — it’s been moved up this year to Aug. 10 — it’s time for voters to get serious about voting. At least the small percentage of voters expected to vote in the primary.
To help in the effort, the Secretary of State’s office has a web page that will help voters find their polling places and list the candidates running in that precinct.
Enter your ZIP code and then address and you’ll get the address of your polling place. Then click on candidates for a list of those running.
Each voter will get a ballot with all major parties listed; the voter will be instructed to vote only one party’s column on the ballot.
Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated the ballot format.