The big three of social media -- Facebook, Google and Twitter -- are helping users get information for today's election with various tools on their respective sites.
Facebook, for example, is reminding its users who are older than 18 to go out and vote with notifications that appear atop their News Feed. Those users will also be able to click "I'm a Voter" or "I'm Voting" buttons that will show up on their timelines and their friends' feeds.
Besides reminding users to vote, Facebook is also using its U.S. Politics on Facebook page to provide users with information about today's election.
Additionally, the Menlo Park-based social network has set up a neat little map that shows you each time a person indicates they have voted. Blue circles burst on the map showing where those voters are located. You can check out the map here.