Absentee & Voting by Mail
Visit vote.org to request an absentee ballot (deadlines apply). Voting by mail works much the same as voting with an absentee ballot, though some states require you to provide a qualifying reason.
- Carefully read the instructions when the ballot arrives.
- Ensure that you apply the proper postage and signatures
- Be sure to have your ballot postmarked before your state’s deadline.
Check out vote.org to see your state’s rules about voting early in person. Many states have the option available now, so mask up, show up, and make your vote count! Bring your ID.
- Check the accessibility of your polling place if you have a disability or language barrier.
- Inquire about parking at your polling place.
Election Day Tips!
Visit vote.org to find your Election Day polling location and its hours of operation.
- Be sure to bring a valid photo ID with you to the polls.
- If you’re in line when the polls close, you will still be able to vote.
- Don’t forget to wear a mask!
Are you registered to vote?
In some states, there’s still time. Visit vote.org to check your registration status or start the registration process!
- Have your Social Security Number and/or State Driver’s License or ID Card handy.
- Once you submit your application, be sure to check your status with your State or local elections office.