Posted November 25, 2018 09:20:48 Election Day 2016 is coming and you have plenty of time to make the best decision you can about how you want to vote.

Election Day voters should make sure their ballots are secure, the right size, the correct color, the proper seal and have a tamper-evident seal.

You should also keep in mind that you can’t vote at a polling place where you cannot be certain that a seal is not tampered with.

Here’s a guide to help you get ready for your election.

The most important thing to remember when voting is your personal information.

You may want to give your name and address, but you may also want to provide other personal information about yourself, such as your social security number and any other personal identifying information you might have.

Election officials may ask for this information when they check your driver’s license, or when you’re asked to provide your Social Security number.

Some states require that voters submit this information if they don’t have it on file with the state.

Some states also require voters to provide proof of citizenship, such a utility bill, birth certificate or military ID.

If you can provide proof, the state may not require that you provide it.

However, if you can show that you have a birth certificate, then you should.

The same is true for a driver’s or passport photo.

If it’s not on your record, you can still vote.

If not, you should contact your state elections department to request a new photo.

The final piece of information to keep in your mind is your voting rights.

It’s also important to keep your vote secure, and not give out your information to anyone.

If your ballot has been tampered, your vote is safe and you can cast it for yourself, but it could be compromised if you’re a poll worker.

If this is the case, you’ll need to have your vote sealed and tamper proofed before you can vote.

This article has been updated to include election officials’ instructions on the correct way to cast your vote.