Today is a big day as folks get fired up for the mid-term elections, and there are plenty of resources for helping voters, too. There are now Android apps that offer up information on political parties, election results, polling centers and more. There is even an app that lets you report voting fraud if you suspect it’s taking place at your polling center or anywhere nearby.
Here is a quick rundown of the Android apps available to make this election day a little easier and more interactive for you:
CNN Elections Center: “Follow the race to Election Day with the CNN Election Center App. Contribute to the iReport Elections Project and help CNN take the political pulse of the country. Follow up to 15 races and locate your polling center with the app. Then on November 2, get Election Day news alerts and follow race results as they come in.”
Election Caster: “TalkBack feature enables you to send a note or share stories directly with your elected officials! Covers U.S. issues, elections, candidates, government, law, republicans, democrats, congress, President Obama.”
VoterMap: “VoterMap is the map based forum for political discussion, anywhere in the world. Post and comment on current issues: Pres. Obama, Elections, Tea Party, Democrats, Republicans, Mosque at Ground Zero, Immigration, Abortion, local and regional issues. Debate with others and vote!”
Voter Fraud Mobile: “Voter Fraud for the Android was built with American liberty in mind. Voter Fraud provides a free and intuitive platform to help citizens report instances of vote fraud, illegal campaign tactics, and intimidation at the polls. With its easy to use design the Voter Fraud application drives transparency and accountability.”
Google Election Center (mobile site): “Google Election Center helps you provide up-to-date election information to voters and create custom search tools for your website. The Election Center Data Manager will guide you through the process of uploading and validating your information. After receiving your information, Google will display election information to your voters through our Maps application.”