Here's what you need to know for the 2016 general election in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

POLLING HOURS AND LOCATIONS

RESOURCES

Committee of Seventy: Philadelphia-based government watchdog

Ballotpedia: Online encyclopedia for American elections and politics, sponsored by the nonpartisan Lucy Burns Institute

Election Protection: Nonpartisan effort to protect voters' rights

For complaints about election fraud or voting rights abuses: Tomika N.S. Patterson, the Justice Department's district election officer for eastern Pennsylvania (215-861-8200), local FBI field office (215-418-4000), DOJ Civil Rights Division's Voting Section (1-800-253-3931 or 202-307-2767; voting.section@usdoj.gov), Philadelphia District Attorney's Office Election Fraud Task Force (215-686-9641, 9643 or 9644), Montgomery County prosecutors (610-278-3090), New Jersey U.S. Attorney's Office Election Day hotline (888-636-6596)

Complete politics coverage from the Inquirer, Daily News, and Philly.com

THE RACES

EDITORIAL BOARD INTERVIEWS

What candidates said when they spoke to the Inquirer and Daily News editorial boards:

Republican Sen. Pat Toomey and Democratic candidate for Senate Katie McGinty

INQUIRER ENDORSEMENTS

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