What is Early Voting?

Early voting refers takes place in person before Election Day. Most states offer early voting at this point. You don’t need an excuse to vote early — you can vote early even if you are capable of voting at the polls on Election Day.

A handful of states will allow you to cast an absentee ballot in-person, as long as you have a valid excuse for not voting on Election Day. This is technically NOT early voting, although it does take place before Election Day. We call this “absentee in-person voting.”

Early voting starts 15 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 26 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 15 days before a primary or general election, and 7 days before a special election.
Early voting start times vary by county. In general, early voting starts 30 days before Election Day.
Every Colorado voter receives a ballot in the mail, but you can still vote in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center if you’d like. In-person voting voting begins at least 7 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 15 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 10 days before Election Day.
Early voting start times vary by county.
Early voting starts two Tuesdays before Election Day.
Early voting starts as soon as ballots are available.
Early voting begins 15 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 29 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts as soon as ballots are available.
Early voting must start by the Tuesday before Election Day. In some counties early voting starts as early as 20 days before Election Day.
If you can’t vote in person on Election Day, you can vote absentee In-person starting 12 days (or more) before Election Day.
Early voting starts 14 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts as soon as ballots are available (usually 30-45 days before Election Day)
Early voting starts the second Saturday before Election Day Early voting centers are open from 10 am until 8 pm every day of early voting except on Sundays; on Sundays, they are open from 12pm to 6pm.
2016 will be the first year that Massachusetts offers early voting. Early voting starts 11 business days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 46 days before Election Day.
If you can’t vote in person in Missouri on Election Day, you can vote absentee in-person starting as soon as absentee ballots are available.
Early voting starts as soon as the official ballot becomes available, usually 30 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 35 days before Election Day (15 days before special elections).
Early voting start times vary by county.
Early voting starts as soon as ballots are available. The exact start times vary by county, so it’s best to call your Local Election Official and ask.
Early voting starts the 28 days before Election Day.
If you can’t vote in person on Election Day, you can vote absentee in-person as soon as ballots are available (at least 32 days before Election Day).
Early voting starts the 3rd Thursday before Election Day.
Early voting start times vary by county.
Early voting starts 35 days before Election Day
Early voting is available from 8am to 6pm on the Friday and Monday before any election. Early voting also takes place from 8am to 1pm on the Saturday before a state or federal election.
If you can’t vote in person on Election Day you can vote “absentee in-person” soon as ballots are available. You can apply for and vote your absentee ballot during the same visit to your Local Election Official.
Early voting start times vary by county.
Early voting starts 20 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 17 days before most elections in Texas. If that day falls on a weekend, then early voting starts the following Monday.
Early voting starts 14 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 45 days before a primary or general election – 20 days before a municipal election.
If you can’t vote in person on Election Day, you can vote “absentee in-person” starting as soon as ballots are available – usually between 45 days before Election Day. You can apply for and vote your absentee ballot during the same visit to your Local Election Official.
Early voting starts 13 days before Election Day.
Early voting starts 2 weeks before Election Day. Wisconsin has very strict voter ID laws, so don’t forget to bring your ID with you when you vote.
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