November 4th, 2008 | Published in Google Earth
Today, citizens across the country will vote -- and be antsy to find out how everyone else voted. Today you'll be able to access voting results as they occur with our 2008 Election Results Map. You can follow along in our Google Maps Elections Gallery or embed the results onto your own site. Real time results will begin in just a few hours, so stay tuned!
While you wait for results to come it, we want you to find as much information as you'd like concerning this historic 2008 election. Here are a few of our latest geo tools for getting the full scoop:
- Catch a glimpse of the best political map mashups in the Google Maps Elections Gallery
- See historical voting results dating back to 1980 on Google Maps and Google Earth (KML)
- Find out where to vote on our U.S. Voter Info site (on your mobile phone, head to m.google.com/elections).
- Bring a video camera with you to the polls to capture your voting experience on YouTube's Video Your Vote channel. We're using Google Maps to track these videos across the country -- and to see where polling problems might be occurring during the day.