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March 3, 2008
Presidential primary coverage on projo.com
Projo.com will be on the job throughout the day Tuesday and into the night as Rhode Islanders go to the polls for what may become a historic presidential primary for the nation's smallest state.
We'll be posting information about what's happening at some of the polls around the state, especially as local canvassers cope with fewer polling places and predicted longer lines.
At any time, voters can find information about where their polling places are, either through an online search or by checking lists by town.
They can also look back at Journal and projo.com coverage on the campaigns, including stories, audio reports and more, and take surveys on the election.
You can find all of this information on our main Politics page. We'll also offer key resources and latest news via our home page; and in our 7to7 news and politics blogs.
Shortly after the polls close statewide at 9 p.m., projo.com will have results directly from the state Board of Elections, which we expect will be updated every 15 minutes. You can check results by primary race, by town and by poll.
We'll also have early news reports on the R.I. primary from projo.com and Journal staff, as well as full coverage of the three other key primaries tomorrow via the Associated Press.
And you'll have a chance to react to the results as they develop, via surveys and bulletin board.
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