Voting by mail, sometimes called absentee voting, is a way that you can vote before Election Day using a ballot mailed to the address you used to register to vote.
Although state’s rules around this kind of voting can vary in normal years, COVID in 2020 has made it easier than ever to get your ballot this way.
Don’t panic! You may still have time to get your registration in. Deadlines vary by state and can be anywhere from requiring paperwork one month before the election to allowing you to register at the polling place on Election Day.Rules in your state
You may need to reregister so you should check your voter registration to make sure you are still registered and you are registered at your current address. If you do not appear as registered, go ahead and reregister!Check Your Registration
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