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How to Vote in the 2020 General Election in Your State

Get the latest information on how and where to cast your ballot


En español | Click or tap on your state to learn about options for safer voting during the pandemic. Many states have expanded absentee voting, so that any registered voter can safely cast a ballot from home this year. Others are going further, mailing absentee ballots — or applications for absentee ballots — to all registered voters. Our state guides tell you how to register to vote, how to vote absentee or early — where those options are available — and the key deadlines you need to know.
 


Editor's note: State guides have been updated with the latest information.
 

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