The run-up to Super Tuesday has been rife with questions about the state of the race to the Republican nomination and the voters who will eventually select the nominee.

Chief Election Officer for Precinct 305 Sue Longerbeam in Philomont, Va. explains that the Philomont Fire House has two precincts inside on March 6, 2012. Her precinct is 305, while precinct 315 is just on the other side of the same building. (Tracy A. Woodward/The Washington Post)

We have reporter-videographers on the ground with the candidates and scattered around the Super Tuesday states as we await answers to those questions, but with 10 states holding nominating contests, there are many important scenes they won’t be able to record.

You can help us complete our coverage of Super Tuesday by sending photos and descriptions that help us paint a picture of the atmosphere at the polls and around the states holding primaries and caucuses Tuesday.

Are you being bombarded by campaign ads and paraphernalia? Have you seen any irregularities at a polling place or caucus site? Are there signs President Obama’s campaign is already shoring up against the eventual nominee in your state? Which issues are motivating voters to go to the polls? How is local media covering the story?

We may use your input in our Super Tuesday live blog, which gets started around noon and will run through the final results. Here’s how you can submit information:

Tweet observations and photos using the hashtag #votewatch. Include your zip code or city and state in your tweets.

Tweet #VoteWatch

Fill out this form with a description (150 words or less) of what you observed on Super Tuesday in your area.