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Hello, voters:

Welcome to Election Day 2010.

On your computer and cell phone, Tampabay.com and St. Petersburg Times journalists are ready to guide you, to inform you of the latest news, to provide a forum for your voices.

Bookmark one or both of these Web addresses:

tampabay.com tampabay.com/kyc2010

Here are some of the things you'll find:

The day begins: time to vote

Click on the words "Where do you vote?" Enter your address and find your polling place.

Or "How did it go?" Share a comment on your voting experience.

Our videographers will file short pieces to our special Twitter destination: twitter.com/tampabaycom/elections. Send your "tweets" to @tampabaycom.

Join the community conversation in the comments area of our stories and on Twitter and Facebook.

The polls are closed

Now it gets really exciting.

On the Tampabay.com home page, headlines will be updated frequently to reflect breaking news. Dynamic results tables will report the returns in the elections for governor and the U.S. Senate. Refresh the page for the latest numbers.

With one click, you can get real-time counts for every vote: local and legislative races, county offices, statewide elections and congressional results across the nation.

The reports of Times journalists throughout the Tampa Bay area, Florida and Washington, D.C., will begin populating the home page.

Photo galleries will preserve the voters and the candidates in images. Send your pictures to submit@tampabay.com.

The winners are …

As soon as we know them, you will.

We will send mobile text alerts for the major developments. It's a free service. Subscribe at tampabay.com/mobile/.

The headlines on the home page will trumpet our new U.S. senator and the governor-elect and his or her Cabinet members. With one click, links will take you to stories and results tables for your county.

Interested in the new Congress? The Times' Alex Leary will monitor returns from Western states Tuesday night and Wednesday morning and update his story. An interactive national map will track all the Congressional elections.

Upon reflection …

At 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, a member of our politics team will respond to voters' questions and comments in an online chat.

A map of Florida will provide county-by-county totals for the statewide races.

Maps of Pinellas and Hillsborough counties will provide vote breakdowns by precinct.

Our visual journalists will produce a video record of Election Day 2010.

Last word

Make your vote count and join us as history unfolds.

Kevin McGeever, the senior editor/online news, can be reached at kevin@sptimes.com.

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