It’s time to vote!
Chances are you may be able to vote early in person in your state, right now. If you’re safely able and eligible to vote early in person, that’s the best way to make sure your vote is received on time and processed securely.
Plus, by voting early in person, you can avoid crowded polling places on November 3rd, and vote on your own time.States are taking real precautions to ensure voting is safe — including ensuring social distancing, PPE requirements, and regular disinfecting.
Even if you requested an absentee or mail ballot already, you may be able to still vote in person, including by picking up your ballot and/or returning it to an early vote polling site. That way, you know your vote is counted on time. Check your state page for more specific information on what options are available to you.
If you feel uncomfortable or can’t make it to the polls, you can also vote by mail or absentee by mail. Some states have expanded vote-by-mail options because of Covid-19, so be sure to double check deadlines and requirements on this site – and double check with your local election officials. And, if you’re filling out an absentee or mail ballot at home, check our FAQs for some tips to make sure your ballot is completed correctly.
Select your state from the drop-down menu to get started. You will find key information about all your voting options, registration deadlines, and ID requirements.
Information can vary between states and is still being updated, so we encourage you to consult with your county election officials. Remember, websites can be out of date – it’s always best to call and speak to someone directly if you can.