Early Voting Dates By State! Get the Word Out To Friends & Family……

Below you will find when states allow Early Voting for the November 6th Election. If a state is missing, there is no Early Voting or Absentee Ballots permitted.

Alaska – 10/22

Arizona – 10/11

Arkansas – 10/22

California – Early voting varies by county but most will begin 10/8

Colorado – Every Colorado voter receives a ballot in the mail, but you can still vote in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center if you’d like  starting on 10/30

Connecticut – Absentee Ballot in person 10/7

Florida – 10/27

Georgia – 10/22

Hawaii – 10/23

Idaho – 10/15 (in some cases, earlier)

Illinois – 10/22

Indiana – 10/10

Iowa – Absentee Ballot (in person) only if you can’t vote before Election Day when ballots are available

Kansas – 10/30 some counties 10/17

Kentucky – Absentee Ballots  in person 10/27 if you qualify for absentee ballot

Louisiana – 10/23

Maine – As soon as ballots are available (30 – 45 days before Election Day / 9-23 – 10/8)

Maryland – 10/25

Massachusetts – 10/26

Minnesota – 9/22

Mississippi – Absentee Ballot in person only if you can’t vote before Election Day when ballots are available

Missouri – Absentee Ballot in person only if you can’t vote before Election Day when ballots are available

Montana – You can vote early by casting an absentee ballot in person starting as soon as the official ballot becomes available, usually 30 days before Election Day / 10/8)

Nebraska – 10/8

Nevada – Early voting start times vary by county

New Jersey – As soon as ballots are available (on or about the 45th day before election / 9-23)

New Mexico – 10/20

New York – Absentee Ballot in person only if you can’t vote before Election Day when ballots are available

North Carolina – 10/13

North Dakota – Early voting start times vary by county

Ohio – Absentee Ballot in person only if you can’t vote before Election Day 10/9

Oklahoma – Oklahoma does not offer Early Voting, but does allow you to vote in person by absentee ballot from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on the Thursday and Friday before Election Day and from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on the Saturday before Election Day.

Oregon – All Oregon elections are held by mail-in ballot. You can turn in your ballot by mail or in person any time before 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Rhode Island – Rhode Island does not have early in-person voting, but any Rhode Island voter can register and vote early by mail.

South Carolina – Absentee Ballot in person only if you can’t vote before Election Day when ballots are available

South Dakota – You can vote early by submitting an absentee ballot in person. Start times vary by county, but absentee ballots are usually available 46 days before Election Day (9/22).

Tennessee – 10/17

Texas – 10/22 for most elections

Utah – 10/23

Vermont – 9/23

Virginia – If you can’t vote in person on Election Day and meet the requirements to vote by absentee ballot, you can vote by absentee ballot in person starting as soon as ballots are available, usually about 45 days before Election Day (9/23)

Washington – 100% vote by mail (Ballots will be sent out on Oct 19)

West Virginia – 10/24

Wisconsin – Early voting starts weeks before the Election Day — each municipality (town or village) has a different start date

Wyoming – 9/28

Link to the site where I obtained the data can be found below:

https://www.vote.org/early-voting-calendar/

7 thoughts on “Early Voting Dates By State! Get the Word Out To Friends & Family……

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s