You're on your own when it comes to picking who to vote for. However, if you have questions or concerns about your polling place, a national hotline has been set up by a coalition of government watchdog groups.
The hotline offers information on polling place locations, what information you should bring if you aren't registered to vote yet, and what you should do if voter suppression or intimidation is taking place. The hotline can be reached at 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683).
Jay Heck with Common Cause in Wisconsin says it can be especially helpful if a voter feels they're being intimidated or are turned away, because many people don't know how to react in those situations. He says the hotline will be able to offer legal advice for what a voter can do to counter that behavior.
Meanwhile, with turnout expected to top 75-percent today, Heck says voters should be prepared to wait in line or at least head to the polls early. Heck says off-peak voting times should be mid-morning and mid-afternoon. If you go before or right after work though, you can expect to wait.
Polling places statewide are open until 8 p.m. this evening.