Concerns about postal service delays and the coronavirus are setting the stage for an increase in postal ballots and early voting in the crucial presidential election.
Officials and lawyers across the country encourage residents to do so take measures ranging from voting by mail to early in-person voting leading to the November 3 election.
On Friday, the first batch of ballots for the 2020 general election was sent to North Carolina, where more than 500,000 residents applied for absentee ballots.
Here is the first where you can vote in person or by mail in every state.
Will to vote absent Start no later than 9 September. Alabama does not offer early voting in person.
Absent and early voters can vote in person or by mail starting October 19.
Vote in advance and by post Start October 7.
Absent and early voting will be voted available October 19.
Start On 5 October, all voters will receive a vote in the mail which can be returned immediately. Early voting will be available in several counties starting October 27.
The absentee forms will be sent by post of departure October 9. There is no in-person early voting in Colorado.
The absentee forms will be sent by post Start October 3. Connecticut does not offer early voting in person.
No cards will be sent by post no later than 30 October. There is no in-person early voting in Delaware.
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All registered voters will be sent a vote starting from the first week of October. These forms can be completed and returned immediately. Early voting starts on October 27.
Ballots by post will be sent to eligible voters starting September 24th. Early voting will be available starting October 5th.
The absentee forms will be sent by post Start September 15. Early voting starts on 12 October.
Voters will automatically receive a vote by mail around October 16th. There are no early voting in Hawaii.
The absentee ballots will be mailed to the voters starting from 5 October. Early voting varies by county, but starts as early as October 19.
Early voting it will start on September 24, the same day that the absentee ballots will begin to be sent.
Voters should receive absentee votes no later than 19 September. Early voting it begins on October 6.
No cards will be available by mail or in-person delivery starting October 5.
Residents can vote in person or absent as already October 14.
The absentee forms will be sent from mid-September. Early voting it begins October 13.
Early voting will start on October 20. Parishes will send votes of eligible absent electors starting from the third week of September.
The absentee ballots will be available for mailing or in person delivery Start October 4th.
No cards can be downloaded and sent starting October 13th. Early voting in person starts October 26th.
Early voting, by post and in person, it begins on October 17.
Early voting it begins September 24, the same day, voters can request absentee voting.
Soon in person is absent voting will start on 18 September.
Early voting and absentee voting will be available not later than 21 September.
The correspondence and absentee ballots will be sent to eligible voters no later than 22 September. There is no early voting in Missouri.
Voters can submit vote absent in person as soon as October 5th. In Montana you don’t vote in person in advance.
Incoming mail ballot papers it will be sent starting from September 28th. Early in-person voting at county polling offices will begin on October 3.
The absentee ballots and ballot papers by post will be sent to voters from the end of September. Early voting it begins October 17.
There are no early voting in New Hampshire. The state does not specify exactly when he is absent ballot papers It will be sent.
Ballots will be mailed to all registered voters of October 5th.
Absentee ballots can be presented already 6 October. In-person early voting starts on October 17.
Early voting he begins on October 24, the same day he is absent ballot papers can start receiving mail.
Both early and absent voters can vote of departure October 15.
Absentee and voting forms will be sent by post of departure September 24. Early person voting availability varies per county, but starts as early as October 19th.
Early voting in person it begins On 6 October, absentee ballots can be sent on the same day.
The renunciation of absentee voting is available starting from 29 October, the same day will start the voting in person in advance.
All voters get their mail automatically ballot papers, which must be received no later than 20 October and can be filled in and sent immediately.
Voters can submit Incoming mail is absent voting as soon as 14 September. There are no early votes in Pennsylvania.
Early voting in person it begins October 14. The status does not specify exactly when the cards will be sent by mail.
Absent voters can leave ballots at county offices of departure September 28. There is no in-person early voting in South Carolina.
Absent voters can submit their ballots by post or in person Start September 18. There is no early voting in person in South Dakota.
The absentee ballots will be sent to the voters starting September 18th. Early voting in person starts on 14 October.
Voting by post will be sent from September. Early voting in person it begins October 13.
The absentee ballots will be sent by post to all voters of departure October 13. Advance voting in person can Start as early as October 20, but varies by county.
The absent will be voted available no later than 21 September. There is no advance voting in person.
Early voting both absent and in person Start September 18.
The absentee ballots will be sent by post to the voters of departure October 16. There is no advance voting in person.
The absentee forms will be sent by post starting from 19 September. Early voting in person it begins October 21.
Absent voters can leave their ballots in person of departure October 20. There are no early voting in Wisconsin.
Ballots can be requested for absent voters of departure September 18. There are no advance in-person votes in Wyoming.