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DateStateElectionStep 1: Voter Registration DeadlinesStep 2: Absentee Ballot Applications & Deadlines
Step 3: Ballot Return Options
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In-PersonFalls On:By-MailFalls On:OnlineFalls On:Excuse to Apply? COVID?State Sending:Application DeadlineFalls On:
Online Request?
Permanent List?
Early Voting Site Drop Off?
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May 19Idaho state, local primariesElection Day at polls with IDE.D.
postmarked 25 days before Election Day
April 2525 days before Election DayApril 25no excuseApplications to all voters to vote by mail11 days before electionMay 8yes-no
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May 19Oregonpres, state, local primary21 days before Election DayApril 28received 21 days before Election DayApril 2821 days before Election DayApril 28no excuseBallots (already 100% Vote At Home).n/an/ano-no
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May 23HawaiiD presidential primaryElection Day & at early votingE.D.received 30 days before Election DayApril 2330 days before Election DayApril 23no excuseBallots (already 100% Vote At Home).n/an/ano-no
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June 2
Washington, DC
D, R presidential primariesElection Day at polls with IDE.D.received 21 days before Election DayMay 1221 days before Election DayMay 12no excuseApplications sent to registered voters.7 days before electionMay 26yes-no
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June 2IndianaD, R presidential primaries29 days before Election DayMay 4
postmarked 29 days before Election Day
May 429 days before Election DayMay 4
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Nothing. Voters must apply.12 days before electionMay 21yes-yes
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June 2Iowastate, federal elections
10 days before, but also on E.D.
May 23
postmarked 15 days, arrives 10 days out
May 1810 days before Election DayMay 23no excuseApplications sent to "active" voters.11 days before electionMay 22no-yes
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June 2MarylandD, R presidential primaries
Election Day & early voting w/ ID
E.D.
postmarked 21 days before Election Day
May 1221 days before Election DayMay 12no excuseBallots (going to 100% Vote at Home).7 days before electionMay 26yes-no
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June 2MontanaD, R presidential primariesElection DayE.D.
postmark 30 days, arrives by 27 days out
May 3not availablen/ano excuseBallots (going to 100% Vote at Home).1 day before electionJune1no -yes
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June 2New MexicoD, R presidential primaries28 days before Election DayMay 5
postmarked 28 days before Election Day
May 528 days before Election DayMay 5no excuseApplications sent to Dem/GOP voters.Thursday before electionMay 28yes-yes
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June 2PennsylvaniaD, R presidential primaries15 days before Election DayMay 1815 days before Election DayMay 1815 days before Election DayMay 18no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.7 days before electionMay 26yes (Drivers Lic.)ADA, illnessyes
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June 2Rhode IslandD, R presidential primaries30 days; E.D, only for pres.May 3received 30 days before Election Dayby May 130 days before Election DayMay 3
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Applications sent to registered voters.21 days before electionMay 12no -yes
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June 2South DakotaD, R presidential primaries15 days before Election DayMay 18received 15 days before Election DayMay 18not availablen/ano excuseApplications sent to registered voters.1 day before electionJune1no-yes
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June 9GeorgiaD, R presidential primaries29 days before Election DayMay 11
postmarked 29 days before Election Day
May 1129 days before Election DayMay 11no excuseApplications sent to "active" voters.Friday before electionJune 5no-no
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June 9Nevadastate primaries28 days before Election DayMay 12
postmarked 28 days before Election Day
May 125 days before Election DayJune 4no excuse
County option. Clark County to send ballots.
7 days before electionJune 2noADA, 65+no
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June 9North Dakotastate primariesno voter registration requiredJune 9bring ID and residency proof to pollsJune 9
bring ID/residency proof to polls
June 9no excuseApplications sent to registered voters.no deadlineJune 9no-no
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June 9South Carolinastate primaries30 days before Election DayMay 8
postmarked 30 days before Election Day
May 830 days before Election DayMay 8
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Nothing. Voters must apply.4 days before electionJune 5no-yes
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June 9West VirginiaD, R presidential primaries21 days before Election DayMay 19
postmarked 21 days before Election Day
May 1921 days before Election DayMay 19
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Applications sent to registered voters.6 days before electionJune 3no
ADA, confidential
no
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June 23Kentuckypres, state, local primary29 days before Election DayMay 25
postmarked 29 days before Election Day
by May 2329 days before Election DayJune 8
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Sending post card. Voters can apply online.
7 days before electionJune 16 yes-yes
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June 23New YorkD, R presidential primaries25 days before Election DayMay 29
postmark 25 days, arrives by 20 days out
May 2925 days before Election DayMay 29
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Applications sent to registered voters.7 days before electionJune 16no ADA, illnessyes
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June 23Mississippistate, local primaries30 days before Election DayJune 24
postmarked 30 days before Election Day
by May 23not availablen/aExcuse stateNothing. Voters must apply.no deadlinen/ano ADA, illnessyes
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June 23Virginiacity elections22 days before Election DayJune 1
postmarked 22 days before Election Day
June 122 days before Election DayJune 1
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Nothing. Voters must apply.7 days before electionJune16yes-yes
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June 30Coloradostate, local primariesElection DayE.D.received 8 days before Election DayJune 228 days before Election DayJune 22no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.n/an/ano-no
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June 30Oklahomastate, local first round25 days before Elecrtion DayJune 5
postmarked 25 days before Election Day
June 5not availablen/ano excuse.Nothing. Voters must apply.
Wednesday before election
June 24yes-yes
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June 30Utahstate/local primaryElection Day at polls or 7 daysJune 23
postmarked 30 days before Election Day
by May 307 days before Election DayJune 23no excuseBallots (already 100% Vote At Home).7 days before electionJune 23yes-no
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July 7DelawareD, R presidential primaries24 days before Election DayJune 12
postmarked 24 days before Election Day
June 1224 days before Election DayJune 12
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Applications sent to registered voters.1 day before electionJuly 6yesADA, UOCAVAyes
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July 7New Jerseypres, state, local primary21 days before Election DayJune 16received 21 days before Election DayJune 16not availablen/ano excuse
Ballots to active Ds & Rs. Applications to rest.
7 days before electionJune 30no-yes
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July 11LousianaD, R presidential primaries30 days before Election DayJune 11recieved 30 days before Election DayJune 1120 days before Election DayJune 21Excuse state. COVID for 65+
Nothing. Voters must apply. Seniors okayed.
4 days before electionJuly 7yesADA, 65+no
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July 14Alabamastate primary runoff15 days before Election DayJune 29
postmarked 15 days before Election Day
June 2915 days before Election DayJune 29
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Nothing. Voters must apply.5 days before electionJuly 9no-yes
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July 14Mainestate, local primariesElection DayE.D.received 21 days before Election DayJune 23not availablen/ano excuseNothing. Voters must apply.
three business days before
July 9yes-yes
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July 14Texasprimary runoff30 days before Election DayJune 14
postmarked 30 days before Election Day
by June 13not availablen/aExcuse stateNothing. Court battle if virus applies.11 days before electionJuly 3yes-no
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August 4Arizonastate primaries29 days before Election DayJuly 6
postmarked 29 days before Election Day
July 629 days before Election DayJuly 6no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.11 days before electionJuly 24yes-no
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August 4Kansasstate primaries21 days before Election DayJuly 14
postmarked 21 days before Election Day
July 1421 days before Election DayJuly 14no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.7 days before electionJuly 28noADAno
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August 4Michiganstate, local primariesElection Day w/ residency IDE.D.
postmarked 14 days before Election Day
July 2114 days before Election DayJuly 21no excuseApplications sent to registered voters.Friday before electionJuly 31no-yes
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August 4Missouristate primaries27 days before Election DayJuly 8
postmarked 27 days before Election Day
July 827 days before Election DayJuly 8Excuse state.Nothing. Voters must apply.
second Wednesday before
July 22noADA caregiversyes
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August 4Ohiospecial elections30 days before Election DayJuly 5received 30 days before Election Dayby July 330 days before Election DayJuly 5no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.3 days before electionAugust 1no-yes
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August 4Washington state primariesElection DayAugust 4
postmarked 8 days before Election Day
July 278 days before Election DayJuly 27no excuseBallots (already 100% Vote At Home).n/an/ano-no
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August 6Tennesseestate primaries30 days before Election DayJuly 7
postmarked 30 days before Election Day
July 730 days before Election DayJuly 7Excuse stateNothing.Voters must apply.7 days before electionJuly 30no
ADA, illness, 60+
no
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August 11ConnecticutD, R presidential primaries7 days before or at E. Day siteAugust 4
postmarked 7 days before Election Day
August 47 days before Election DayAugust 4
Excuse state. COVID allowed.
Applications sent to registered voters.1 day before electionAugust 10noADAyes
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August 11Minnesotastate primariesElection DayAugust 11
postmarked 21 days before Election Day
July 2121 days before Electrion DayJuly 21no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.1 day before electionAugust 10yes-yes
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August 11Vermontstate primariesElection dayAugust 11received by Election DayAugust 11received by Election DayAugust 11no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.1 day before electionAugust 10yes-yes
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August 11Wisconsinstate primariesElection DayAugust 11
postmarked 20 days before Election Day
Juky 2220 days before Election DayJuly 22no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.5 days before electionAugust 6yesADA, illnessyes
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August 18Alaskastate, local primaries30 days before Election DayJuly 18
postmarked 30 days before Election Day
July 1830 days before Election DayJuly 18no excuseNothing.Voters must apply.15 days before electionAugust 3yes-no
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August 18Floridastate, local primaries29 days before Election DayJuly 20
postmarked 29 days before Election Day
July 2029 days before Election DayJuly 20no excuseNothing. Voters must apply.10 days before electionAugust 8
county by county
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Sources:
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https://lawyerscommittee.org/state-election-law/
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https://www.thegreenpapers.com/P20/events.phtml?s=c&f=m
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https://ballotpedia.org/Changes_to_election_dates,_procedures,_and_administration_in_response_to_the_coronavirus_(COVID-19)_pandemic,_2020
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https://www.voteathome.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Voting-policy-changes-from-COVID.pdf
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https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2020/5/11/1943109/-Our-new-guide-shows-you-how-to-vote-from-home-in-every-primary-this-year
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https://www.vote.org/voter-registration-deadlines/
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https://www.eac.gov/sites/default/files/eac_assets/1/6/2018_EAVS_Report.pdf
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(Editor's note: Please call your local election officials to verify deadlines, procedures and for the most up to date information. These rules are in flux.)
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