Wednesday's Google Doodle offers no smooth activity or beguiling delineation. Only two
words: Go Vote.
The tech giant logo on its main search page includes the message with connections to data on Election Day in the U.S.
At the point when a user taps on the logo, they get a box requesting to fill in their address deliver to discover their voting location and hours.
Search results for "Where do I vote #ElectionDay" also features additional information such as ballot tools and polling place locators.
Google also says searching "how to vote" will provide more information on the voting process in both English and Spanish.
Voters across the U.S. will head to the polls for the first nationwide election since 2016, when President Donald Trump was elected. Polls give Democrats a chance to control the majority in the House, while Republicans are favored to hang on to the Senate majority.