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Ah the fall. Autumn sweaters, falling leaves, Halloween, the World Series — and elections! While we’re certain you’re completely aware of this, we’ve seen some great roundups of election tools to help you with the nitty gritty. If you’re a bit behind on your local politics, the location of your polling place, which candidates stand behind which exact policies — the internet is here to help.
Netted has the lowdown on 13 tools to make an informed decision, here.
Show your Quaker Pride and try Electioneering, a side-by-side candidate comparison web app, written at the PennApps Hackathon this fall. And keep all those last minute policy spins straight with Annenberg’s FactCheck.org.
Find your polling place and basic candidate information with VoterHub, available for iPhone, Android and Windows phones.
And you know there’s no way to get out of an election post without an inforgraphic, so here it is, your moment of mobile-meets-election zen, courtesy of Mashable: