I wasn't sure of the exact location of my polling booth, so this site showed me who to email: New York City Voter Assistance Commission
I just like to be sure. I want everyone else to be sure as well. Of your rights, of your polling locations, of the fact that you don't need ID in some states but might in others, of exactly how early or how late you can get there to punch that chad.
This website has a lot of great info for New Yorkers. There are other sites for other states, other cities. Try Googling "Voting assistance," "Where to Vote" and your state, "Polling Locations," etc.
Vote your heart. Vote in hope.
Update: This Non-Blogger (who really ought to be one!) says:
"You don't need an ID in any state. If I'm not mistaking, this practice was outlawed during the civil rights movement, as demanding ID was a way to keep people from the polls."
Important! I know in NYC you will be led away from the machine and given an affadavit ballot, which is counted differently, which gives me the creeps in and of itself, because I'm not the most trusting person... but you CAN VOTE.