It’s only March 1, but it seems like this election cycle has been dragging on forever. But don’t let the seemingly interminable process fool you—now is the time that matters. Vote, and you’ll help determine your party’s nominee for president. Today is Super Tuesday, which means more states are holding elections today than on any other day during the presidential primary election season. This year, 12 states and one U.S. territory are set to hold either a primary vote or caucus today. Plus, Dems living abroad will begin casting their votes in person at sites in 40+ countries.

Ten states will cast their votes for the Democratic and Republican nominees today:
Alabama
Arkansas
Georgia
Massachusetts
Minnesota (caucus)
Oklahoma
Tennessee
Texas
Vermont
Virginia

Democrats only:
American Samoa (caucus)
Colorado (caucus)
Citizens living abroad (through March 8)

Republicans only:
Alaska (caucus)

Not sure how or where to vote? Click here to verify your registration status and find election dates, registration deadlines, and candidate and issue information. And click here to see your state’s voter identification requirements. If you are a Democrat living abroad who needs to vote on-site, click here to find a voting site near you.