The Board of Election site provides a complete list of polling places in Genesee County.
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., so if you're registered to vote, there's pretty much no excuse not to show up at your polling place today.
Even if you're fed up with the race, turned off by the robo calls and the greasy commercials, go vote. Turn in a blank ballot if you must.
This is shaping up to be a VERY tight race. Unlike any congressional race in this area for a long, long time, your vote carries more weight and counts like never before. Don't miss you chance to cast a ballot that really matters. Genesee County voters, especially, could make all of the difference in the race.
Here's the lastest on The Batavian challenge (pledges paid to local charities if Genesee County leads all counties in the NY-26 in voter turn out):
The Batavian, $100 to the Genesee Justice Foundation.
Jeff Allen, $100 to Care-A-Van Ministries.
Dan Jones, $26 dollars to Care-A-Van Ministries and another $26 dollars to the USO.
Dave Olsen, $25 tor GJ and $50 for The Loyola Recovery Foundation.
Joanne Rock has pledged $25 to GJ.
Lorie Longhany, $26 to the Child Advocacy Center wing of Genesee Justice.
Ricky G. Hale, a local plumber, has pledged $100 to Genesee Justice.
District Attorney Lawrence Friedman has pledged $1,000 -- with $500 going to the Genesee Justice Foundation and $500 going to Justice For Children GLOW Foundation. Any other members of the legal community like to step forward?
Ken Mistler pledged $100 for Volunteers for Animals.
County Clerk Don Read has pledged $100 for Crossroads House.
James Renfrew has pledged $50 for Genesee Justice.
Chris Charvella has pledged $50 to Loyola Recovery.
That's more than $1,700 in pledges.
Genesee County is counting on you to vote today.