Google’s doodle tells users where to vote

Google’s search page doodle on Election Day.
(Credit: Screenshot by Shara Tibken/CNET)
Google’s latest doodle may not be as interactive as some in the past, but it’s pretty appropriate for the day.
The doodle follows an Election Day theme, directing people where to vote when they click on the Google search page image.

The first link listed is a box for users to enter their addresses for where they’re registered to vote. Clicking “get my info” sends voters to Google’s politics & elections page, with details about the user’s polling place and ballot summary, as well as links to “insights,”…

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