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NBC Plan your Vote:
Can I Vote by Mail without an Excuse?

The answer to this question is, literally, all over the map. In many states, an excuse is not necessary to vote by mail. In other states, an excuse is necessary. Valid excuses may include one of the following: being over 65, physically unable to vote in person, or you may be out of town or out of state on election day. In a few states, COVID-19 is an acceptable excuse. Click on your state to find your particular answer as it pertains to voting by mail.

About USHLI

USHLI is an award-winning Chicago-based national non-profit, non-partisan, tax-exempt organization. Since 1982, USHLI has registered 2.3 million new voters; published 425 reports on Latino demographics and the Almanac of Latino Politics; sponsored 38 national conferences, each attended by leaders from 40 states; trained over 1.1 million present and future leaders; and awarded over $1.3 million in scholarships and internships.
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