...wear comfortable shoes. Go early. Take a camp chair, a book, something to drink and a poncho or umbrella just in case. Make friends with those around you and enjoy the fact that although you may have to wait in line for a while, you're all a part of something truly historic. I can't wait to see the numbers on just what percentage of the country voted. It's a start - and we've got to keep the momentum of participation going after the election, but for now the focus is on tomorrow.
I could retype everything here, but check out this great post at the Clay Club blog for good information.
And if you have voted, check with people you see tomorrow to make sure they do to! Or check out the political office and/or staging office for your preferred candidate(s) - I'm sure they could use a hand, either getting others to the polls, answering phones, making soup.