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Canaan Selectman Scott Borthwick holds the curtain up for Pat Stevens, of Canaan, N.H., as she goes to vote at the fire station in Canaan on Nov. 4, 2014. (Valley News – Ariana van den Akker)

Hey, everybody. Wanna vote on Tuesday? Cool!

I just put together a big Twitter thread with links to resources from the Valley News and other media in the Twin States. If Twitter is your jam and you wanna share the thread, here it is.

For folks who want to see it all on a webpage, instead of in a series of tweets, I’ve deconstructed that thread below.

1. Upper Valley candidates for the VT & NH legislatures

Ahead of the election, the Valley News has put together a voters guide made up of the reporting of about 10 reporters, edited by editors including political expert John Gregg, and compiled by Chris Reinhardt, a colleague at our parent company, Newspapers of New England, and me.

Believe me, it is pretty sweet. Here is the link:

www.vnews.com/election2018 ←

We also previously shared links to all of our election stories here on UV INDEX, if reading stories is more your style.

2. Polling places and locations

We also have put together this list of polling places and times in the Upper Valley.

3. Statewide races in Vermont

The Valley News had both gubernatorial candidates, Republican incumbent Phil Scott and Democratic challenger Christine Hallquist, in the newsroom for editorial boards, which is when someone sits down with a bunch of reporters and editors and answers questions.

For a guide on the rest of the statewide races, VPR has put this together just for you.

And for all you need to know about voting in Vermont, VTDigger has you covered. (Even though the full voting guide is dated for the August primary, it holds true today.)

4. Statewide races in New Hampshire

One of the two gubernatorial candidates, Democrat Molly Kelly, came in for a Valley News editorial board. She is challenging Republican incumbent Chris Sununu.

Our colleagues at the Concord Monitor have more of a breakdown on the rest of New Hampshire’s statewide races.

NHPR also has a great voter’s guide (this is the Granite State parallel to the VTdigger guide above) about who can vote in New Hampshire, what you need to bring to the polls, what to do if you have problems, etc.

Also, NHPR has done great work by making that same guide available in Spanish, due to the work of Daniela Vidal Allee.

5. Got questions, or want to share another handy guide?

Email me at mcassidy@vnews.com.