Another day and all the robo-calls and annoying TV ads of this campaign season will be over.

But what if you don’t know where to cast your vote tomorrow or who you want to vote for?

The County Clerk’s Office has an online form that lets you enter your address and find out where your polling place is, along with a map and directions on how to get there. If you enter your name, it will also tell you whether you’re registered to vote.

And it also provides a sample ballot showing all the candidates vying for your support.

As to who you should vote for, there’s no shortage of views about that. Just looking at the two Chicago daily papers:

In the U.S. Senate race the Chicago Tribune has endorsed Republican Mark Kirk, while the Sun-Times is backing Democrat Alexi Giannoulias.

In the governor’s race the Trib is backing Republican Bill Brady, while the Sun-Times has endorsed the Democratic incument, Pat Quinn.

Both the Trib and Sun-Times have endorsed Democratic incumbent Jan Schakowsky over Republican challenger Joel Pollak.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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