For the rest of you, there is a great Google Map that will show you exactly where your polling place is, take you to the web site of your local board of elections, etc.
I got up at 5:00 am this morning and got to the polls at 5:30. I was the first person at the polls, but within 15 minutes there was a line of 20, and when the polls opened at 7:00 am there were hundreds of people in line. It made me damn proud to see how many people wanted to vote.
When I was in Seychelles as a Peace Corps volunteer, they had the first democratic elections after 17 years. People went wild. It was near 100% voter turnout, and might have ended up being more that 100% as many tried to scrub the ink off their thumbs and go back.
So who did I vote for? If you've followed this blog for a while, you'll notice that I don't blog on politics any more. Read this for further details. In any case, I voted for who I thought was best. Go do that, too, whoever you believe that may be.