Can I vote in Person before Election Day?

Yes. All states allow some form of early voting, with the exception of New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Oregon. In states like California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Virginia, Maryland, and New York, voters can vote early absentee or early in person. Other major states, like Washington, Colorado, Texas, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, and Massachusetts, voters can only vote early in person. Key states, like Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, only allow early absentee voting.

Voting season has begun, so please plan your vote and vote. If you’re not registered to vote, the deadline in most states is just three weeks away. If your state allows online voter registration, you may have more than three weeks. If you plan to vote by mail, you should request an absentee ballot immediately. If you plan to vote early in person, know when early voting starts.

All of these options have deadlines. Just click on your state and get all the information you need in order to cast your vote correctly and before any deadlines. Don’t take anything for granted or assume anything. PLAN YOUR VOTE. Make sure your vote will count. The absolute last day to vote is only 49 days away.


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