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Nov 3, 2016 11:41 AM

Facebook's ballot preview wants you to know everything about NH's Election Day

Not sure who will be on your ballot during election day, well Facebook has you covered.

Facebook has launched a new feature allowing those to preview their ballot, showing candidates from president to local office like city council.

The election day guide also shows where candidates stand on the issues, making it easier to figure out which candidates share your view points.

Along with finding their issue positions, you can also read about their endorsements, recent posts and go to their website.

Center for Technology and Civic Life (CTCL) gathered data from election officials in order to give users a preview of the ballot they will receive on Nov. 8. If someone notices an issue with the CTCL data, there is a built in way to provide feedback and help correct the dataset.

The choices that you add to your favorites can be emailed to yourself for later reference. You also have the option to share your picks with your friends, or to keep them to yourself with the "only me" setting.

To get started, visit

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