|REMEMBER! All voters this year will be required to either have bowler derbies or handlebar moustaches, so please, have yours ready to present to your local pollworker.|
That said I am not, nor should I be, the only source of information you turn to tomorrow. Thus I have included this list of sources that you can turn to for both coverage and online communities to discuss the events of the day.
The Department of Justice Civil Rights Division: In particular see their section on Electoral Monitoring and Observation and their Voting section.
The Federal Elections Commission
The American Reform Party
The Constitution Party
The Democratic National Committee
The Democratic Socialists of America
The Green Party of the United States
The Libertarian National Committee
The Obama/Biden Campaign
The Republican National Committee
The Romney/Ryan Campaign
The Socialist Party USA
The American Civil Liberties Union: You might be particularly interested in the Voting Rights section.
The International Foundation for Electoral Systems: Focus on the United States section.
The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe: Elections.
The Atlantic: Politics
The Chicago Tribune: Election 2012 coverage. . .
The Christian Science Monitor: Three little letters - USA.
CNN: Election Center 2012
The Economist: Check out the US Elections 2012 section.
The Los Angeles Times: Politics Now.
The New York Times: Head straight for the Politics section.
The Newshour with Jim Lehrer on PBS: Especially check out "Vote 2012" and "The Rundown"
NPR: Election 2012
PBS: Election Coverage 2012
Politico: 2012 Live
The Wall Street Journal: Election 2012
The Washington Post: Coverage details.