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Get all your election news online & interactively from KUAM

Posted: Aug 10, 2018 9:40 AM Updated:

The big news heading into this fall is the election, and so our digital team has put together a series of helpful and fun products to help you make an informed decision when you head to the polls.

We're all over the map with our coverage of the Decision 2018 election season - literally! KUAM's bringing you integrated and interactive coverage on a variety of platforms and devices to keep you up to speed with all that's happening with the choosing of the next generation of our island's leaders.

First, check out our storymap. It's a really cool way to find out about how to get involved in the primary within your village, and share useful bits of information about polling stations and precincts near your neighborhood.

We're always adding things to it, so check back often to see what we've got for you.

You can also follow our DecisionWatch series of stories to stay on top of what we're covering.

Next, there's our archive of every episode of D18 Tonight and The After Party. You can find our playlist on our YouTube channel and join the always-lively conversations on Facebook, whether you catch it live or after-the-fact.

Whether you're a concerned voter who takes copious notes about the plans and platforms of each candidate, or you're someone who send us your questions to be answered by our guests in realtime, or you're just a good old fashioned political armchair quarterback who likes watching our expert analysts talk smack, there's something for everyone.

You can additionally find candidate bios and profiles for your favorite races on KUAM.com and our mobile app, along with voter tips and guides for youth voters.

Lastly, we want you to listen to our Decision 2018 Podcast - our series of on-demand audio interviews, topical discussions and insights on the election season that you can take with you anywhere and enjoy anytime, no matter what you're doing. Just look for us on Soundcloud, Apple Podcasts, and your favorite podcatcher platforms.

So count on KUAM to be with you every step of the way, for experienced practitioners of democracy or anxious first-time voters.

We've got something for everyone online.

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