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Google launches new feature for 'how to vote' searches




Rosa Ayala checks her ballot after voting in the US presidential primary June 7, 2016 at Sabores de Oaxaca, a Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles, California.
Rosa Ayala checks her ballot after voting in the US presidential primary June 7, 2016 at Sabores de Oaxaca, a Mexican restaurant in Los Angeles, California.
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There's a lot for California voters to keep track of this election year.

Not only all the local races and statewide ballot measures, but also things like how to vote by mail and when you can vote.

If you're confused, fret not. Google wants to help.

Yesterday the search engine unveiled a new tool to help voters out. 

Type in a query about voting (something like "how to vote") and you'll automatically see a pop up box with information tailored to the state you're clicking away in. 

Kim Alexander, president of the nonpartisan California Voter Foundation, joined Take Two to talk about how technology could affect voter habits in an election year that's exciting, but also pretty confusing.

Kim's picks for other online resources: