Apps and tools including Turbo Vote, Voting Information Project, Ballot Scout, and the National Association of State Election Directors give information about what's on the ballot, how to register to vote, and can track a mail-in ballot.
From the site: "Our mission is to produce and disseminate peerless data and analysis on money in politics to inform and engage Americans, champion transparency, and expose disproportionate or undue influence on public policy."
From the site: "Our goal is to inform people about politics by providing accurate and objective information about politics at all levels of government."
Check out this site to learn more about your ballot!
In addition to all sorts of other helpful info on the election process, this nonpartisan site has a helpful "polling place locator" component. If you don't know where to go on election day, check out this link.
From the site: "Americans are eager to adopt digital voting solutions. Vote.org has built and will continue to iterate the digital technology that removes barriers to voting and increases voter turnout."
From the website: "The United States Elections Web Archive includes sites archived weekly during the election seasons since 2000, documenting sites associated with the Presidential, Congressional, and gubernatorial elections. The campaign sites archived for the U.S. Elections typically include social media channels as well, in order to provide a fuller representation of how candidates presented themselves via the Internet to the electorate."