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The 2020 election is right around the corner, and BMI has kicked off a social media campaign called #BMIVotes to help you understand the ins and outs of voting. Here, you'll find information about voter registration, absentee and mail-in ballots, early voting, and more. We're also providing tips on how to make sure your vote counts, how to find your polling location, and what to bring with you on Election Day. Check out the tips below, and be sure to visit BMI’s social media channels to share them with your audience. Voting is one of the most important things we can do, so on November 3, mask up, show up, and make your voice heard!

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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.

In-Person/Early Voting

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.

Election Day Tips!

Visit vote.org to find your Election Day polling location and its hours of operation.

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!

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