The general election is on Tuesday, November 3rd, but 39 states as well as the District of Columbia offer voters the option of casting ballots in advance of the general election. With the current political climate amidst a national pandemic due to COVID-19, it may be in your best interest to vote sooner rather than later.
The states that do not participate in early voting are Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
Find your state’s early voting date and click on it for the early voting process below.
When Early Voting Begins:
When Early Voting Ends:
Early Voting Dates By State:
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2020 Early Voting Dates By State For Presidential Election was originally published on wzakcleveland.com