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A vandalized polling station made an emergency change of location, Where are voting going now?

Posted at 7:37 AM, Nov 06, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-06 07:37:22-05

Voters should double check their polling station before heading out to vote Tuesday.

There could be a change since your last vote.

A voting location in Northwest Baltimore faced an emergency change because of vandalism. Some voters are being redirected.

The polling center for voters in Ward 15 at Precincts 24 and 25 were originally supposed to cast their ballots at the Towanda Recreation Center on Towanda avenue.

Now people will vote at the Creative City Public Charter School on Shirley Avenue, less than a mile away from the original location.

Polls will open Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

For voters who may have a hard time getting to the polls, ride sharing companies are stepping in to help.

Uber and Lyft are both offering rides either for free or at a discount today. All you must do is find your polling place and book a ride through the company's app.

Uber is partnering with hashtag 'vote together' and 'democracy works' to offer the free rides. Lyft also announced plans to get voters to the polls Today. It's offering '50 percent off promo codes' and free rides.