VOTE FROM HOME

Vote safely in 2020.

COVID-19 is changing everything across the world. Your voice is more important than ever. HeadCount is here to help! Opportunities to vote by mail vary by state.

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Alabama

Alabama has moved the Republican congressional runoff between Tommy Tuberville and Jeff Sessions from Mar. 31st to Jul. 14th due to COVID-19. You may register to vote for this election until Jun. 29th. In Alabama you can vote-by-mail with an excuse.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

10/29/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 11/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Alaska

Due to COVID-19, Alaska's Democratic Party has canceled all in-person voting and election day registration on April 4th. Instead, voters can download a voter registration form and ballot here. Once completed, drop the froms into the mail so that they received by April 10th.

Alaska's state primary election is Aug. 18th. If you are registered for Alaska’s Permanent Fund Dividend program at your current address, you are automatically registered to vote. You can request to vote-by-mail for any election without an excuse.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

08/08/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/18/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Arizona

Arizona will hold its state primary election on Aug. 8th. Voters may elect to vote by-mail by joining the Permanent Early Voting List. Simply submit a new voter registration application and select the by-mail ballot option.

 

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

07/24/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 07/29/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Arkansas

Arkansas will hold its general election runoff on Mar. 31st. Voters who wish to request an absentee ballot to vote-by-mail must do so by Mar. 24th. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all voters are eligible to make an absentee ballot request for this election.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

10/27/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 11/03/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in California

California automatically registers all eligable residents to vote based on their DMV records. If your DMV record has an old address, or you do not have an in-state ID, you must register to vote. Voters may request to receive all ballots by-mail. To register, update your address, or be added to the permanent absentee list submit a voter registration application.

If you missed the voter registration deadline, don't worry! You may “conditionally” register at your county elections office after the voter registration deadline.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

10/27/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 11/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here for More Absentee Voting Information

Colorado has automatic by-mail voting. You will automatically receive a ballot at the address on your voter registration.

Colorado is a vote-by-mail state. As long as your registration lists your current address, you will receive a ballot. If you have moved, please be sure to update your registration at least 8 days before the next election to receive a ballot by-mail. (Click here to register to vote.) You may go to your local elections office and designated polling centers to register to vote in-person through election day.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/30/2020

Click Here for More Absentee Voting InformationYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Connecticut

In response to COVID-19, Connecticut has moved its closed presidential primary election to Jun. 2nd. Absentee voting is by excuse only. Secretary of State Merill is working with the governor to extend the excuse to all voters that want to vote from home due to health risks associated with COVID-19.

General elections have in-person election day registration if you miss the voter registration deadlines.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/01/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Delaware

Due to COVID-19, Delaware has moved its closed presidential primary to June 2nd. Updated registration and ballot request deadlines will be added to our site when released by the state. Delaware is waiving the excuse requirement for absentee voting during this election. All voters can request ballots by mail.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

P.S. If COVID-19 wasn’t affecting the U.S. right now, your state would require you to have an excuse to request an absentee ballot.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

04/27/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 04/28/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in District of Columbia

Washington DC holds its presidential primary election on June 2nd. You may register to vote in person with valid ID at early voting locations and on Election Day in Washington DC. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you can apply to be on the permanent absentee voter list, receive ballots for a year for all elections, or request select elections. No excuse required.


Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/30/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Florida

Florida's closed state primary election is Aug. 18th. You may apply to receive ballots by-mail for up to two years without an excuse.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

08/08/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/18/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Georgia

Georgia will hold its presidential, congressional and state primary on May 19th. The presidential primary has been rescheduled from Mar. 24th to May 19th to coincide with the state primary due to public health issues surrounding COVID-19. By-mail ballot requests must be submitted by May 15th.

Note that voter registration is closed between elections and any runoffs.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/15/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 05/18/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here for More Absentee Voting Information

Hawaii has automatic by-mail voting. You will automatically receive a ballot at the address on your voter registration.

Due to COVID-19, Hawaii Democrats will not open any voting centers for the Apr. 4th party-run presidential primary election. The party will send a third wave of ballots by-mail to anyone that has registered by April 4th. You must be a registered voter and register directly with the Hawaii Democratic Party.

Hawaii is a vote-by-mail state. As long as your registration lists your current address, you will receive a ballot. If you have moved, please be sure to update your registration by Jul. 9th to receive a ballot by-mail for the Aug. 8th state primary. (Click here to register to vote.) You may go to your local elections office and designated polling centers to register to vote in person through election day.

 

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 08/07/2020

Click Here for More Absentee Voting InformationYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Idaho

Idaho will hold its state primary election on May 19th. The state is requesting that voters participate by-mail and request an absentee ballot. Requests must be submitted by Friday, May 8th.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/08/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 05/19/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Illinois

Illinois has multiple options for voter registration for the Nov. 3rd general election. You may register to vote by mail through Oct. 6th, or in-person during the "grace period" from Oct. 7th to Nov. 3rd. Voters with in-state IDs may also use the online system to register through Oct. 18th. If you would prefer to vote-by-mail, you must submit an application for each election, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

10/28/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 11/03/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Indiana

Due to COVID-19, Indiana has moved its May 5th primary election to Jun. 2nd. Secretary of State Lawson is working with the state to remove the absentee voting excuse requirement for this election only.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

P.S. If COVID-19 wasn’t affecting the U.S. right now, your state would require you to have an excuse to request an absentee ballot.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

04/23/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 05/01/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Iowa

Iowa has multiple options for voter registration for the June 2nd state primary election. You can register to vote-by-mail through May 21st, or in-person through May 22nd. Voters with in-state IDs may also use the online system to register through May 25th. If you would prefer to vote-by-mail, you must submit an application by May 22nd, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/22/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Kansas

Kanas Democrats are continuing with their party-run presidential primary election on May 2nd. The party is sending by-mail ballots on Mar. 30th. If you do not receive a by-mail ballot you can request one from the party through Apr. 17th.

Kansas' state primary election is Aug. 4th. If you would prefer to vote-by-mail, you must submit an application by Jul. 28th, no excuse required.

Note: Due to court order in June 2018, Kansas no longer has a proof of citizenship requirement for voter registration or access to elections.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

07/28/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/04/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Kentucky

Kentucky’s closed 2020 presidential and state primary election has been rescheduled for June 23rd due to COVID-19. The election dates provided are based on the information we have at this time.

If you are new to the state and registering for the first time, be sure to select your party affiliation when registering if you want to participate in the primary. Existing Kentucky voters that want to change their party must do so by Dec.31, 2019.

 

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/13/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/23/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Louisiana

Due to COVID-19, Louisiana has moved its presidential preference primary to Jun. 20th. Louisiana also moved their municipal elections across the state to Jul. 25th.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/16/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/19/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Maine

Maine voters have options for voter registration for the June 9th state primary election! You can register to vote by-mail through May 19th, or in-person on election day. If you would prefer to vote-by-mail, you must submit an application by June 4th, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/04/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/09/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Maryland

Due to COVID-19, Maryland has postponed its closed primary election to June 2nd. If you would like to vote by-mail, you must apply for an absentee ballot by May 26th.

You may register to vote with valid ID in person at early voting sites. Be sure to affiliate with your party of choice at registration so that you can participate.

The special election for Maryland’s 7th Congressional District will continue on Apr. 28th. By-mail ballots will be mailed to eligible voters.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/26/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Massachusetts

Massachusetts will hold its state primary election on Sep. 1st. If you would prefer to vote-by-mail, you must submit an absentee ballot application by Aug. 31st, excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

08/31/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 09/01/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Michigan

Michigan will hold its state primary election on Aug. 4th. Voters may register to vote by-mail or online through July 20th, or in-person on election day. Vote-by-mail ballots can be requested for each election, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

07/31/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/04/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Minnesota

Minnesota will hold its state primary election on Aug. 11th. Voters may register to vote by-mail or online through July 21st, or in-person on election day. Vote-by-mail ballots can be requested for each election, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

08/04/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/11/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Mississippi

Due to COVID-19, the Congressional republican runoff election between Brian Flowers and Thomas Carey is rescheduled to Jun. 23rd. See the state website for more details on this election as they become available.

Mississippi voters may register to vote for the Nov. 3rd general election by-mail or online through Oct. 5th. To vote by-mail, voters must request an absentee ballot and provide an excuse.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

10/26/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 11/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Missouri

Due to COVID-19, Missouri has moved its statewide municipal elections to Jun. 2nd. To vote by-mail, voters must submit an absentee ballot application by May 20th, with an excuse.

Missouri will hold its primary election on Aug. 4th. To vote by-mail, voters must request an absentee ballot and provide an excuse.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

07/22/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/04/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Montana

Montana will hold its primary election on June 2, 2020. Voters may register by mail through May 4th, or in-person valid ID on election day. You may vote by-mail without an excuse, either by selecting to be permanent absentee voter or requesting a ballot for a specific election.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/01/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Nebraska

Nebraska will hold its presidential and state primary election on May 12th. You may select to vote by-mail be requesting an absentee ballot by May 1st.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/01/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 05/11/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Nevada

Nevada will hold its state primary election on Jun. 6th. Voters may register to vote by-mail or in-person through May 12th, or those with in-state IDs may also use the online system to register through June 4th. Voter registration is also open during early voting and on election day. You may vote by-mail without excuse, either by selecting to be permanent absentee voter or requesting a ballot for a specific election.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/26/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/09/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in New Hampshire

New Hampshire will hold its state primary election on Sep. 8th. You may register to vote with a valid ID on election day. Local clerks determine advance voter registration deadlines.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

09/01/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 09/08/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in New Jersey

New Jersey will hold its presidential and state primary election on Jun. 2nd. Voters affiliated with a party that wish to participate in New Jersey’s closed primary elections under a different affiliation must change party by Apr. 8th. Unaffiliated voters may choose to vote in either party’s primary.

You may vote by-mail without an excuse either by selecting permanent mail-in voter when registering to vote, or by submitting a county-based request for mail-in ballots.

 

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/26/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in New Mexico

New Mexico will hold presidential and state primary elections on June 2nd. Voters that wish to participate in New Mexico’s closed primary elections must affiliate with their party of choice 28 days before the primary election. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you may submit a request for an absentee ballot without an excuse for each election.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/28/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in New York

New York will hold its closed presidential and state primary elections on June 23rd. If you are an existing New York voter and would like to update your registration to declare or change party, you must do so by Feb. 14th. New voters must register and affiliate with a political party no later than 25 days prior to participate. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you can submit an annual request for absentee ballots, excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/16/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 06/22/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in North Carolina

North Carolina voters may register to vote by-mail through Oct. 9th, or in-person during early voting. Vote-by-mail ballots can be requested for each election, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

10/27/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 11/03/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in North Dakota

North Dakota will hold its state primary election on Jun. 9th. The state does not have voter registration. To vote you must be a resident of North Dakota and reside in the precinct for 30 days before the election. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you may submit an annual request for absentee ballots, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

N/A

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/09/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Ohio

Ohio will hold its primary election to April 28th due to COVID-19. This election will be held entirely by mail. Only voters registered to vote as of Feb. 18th will be able to participate. You must submit a request for an absentee ballot by April 25th at noon. Your ballot must be postmarked by April 27th.

The only people that can vote in-person on April 28th are those without a home address or those that have a diability that prevents them from voting by mail.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

04/25/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 04/27/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Oklahoma

Oklahoma will hold its state primary election on Jun. 30th. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you may submit a request for absentee ballots annually, no excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/24/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/30/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here for More Absentee Voting Information

Oregon has automatic by-mail voting. You will automatically receive a ballot at the address on your voter registration.

Oregon will hold its presidential and state primary election on May 19th. Oregon voters are automatically registered at the address on their state issued ID. All voters receive a ballot by-mail to their DMV or voter registration address. If you have moved or are new to Oregon please update your information by registering to vote by Apr. 28th.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By N/A

Click Here for More Absentee Voting InformationYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Pennsylvania

Due to COVID-19, Pennsylvania has moved its closed presidential primary to June 2nd. The new deadline to register to vote is now May 18th. The state is requesting that all voters use its new mail-in ballot system.  Your application for a mail-in ballot must be received by May 26th at 5 pm and your ballot must be received by 5pm on June 2nd.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/26/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Rhode Island

The Rhode Island Board of Elections has requested that the state move its April 28th presidential primary election to June 2nd. We will update you if and when a new date is formally announced. Rhode Island will hold its presidentail primary on April 28th. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, absentee ballot requests will be accepted until Apr. 7th at 4:00 pm.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

04/07/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 04/28/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in South Carolina

South Carolina will hold its state primary election on June 9th. Voters can register to vote-by-mail through May 11th, or in-person through May 8th. Voters with in-state IDs may also use the online system to register through May 10th. If you would prefer to vote-by-mail, you must submit an application by June 5th, excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/05/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/09/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in South Dakota

South Dakota will hold its presidential and state primary on Jun. 2nd. If you would like to vote by-mail, you must submit an absentee ballot application by Jun. 1st.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/01/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 06/01/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Tennessee

Tennessee will hold its state primary election on Aug. 8th. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you must submit an absentee ballot application. Excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

07/30/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/06/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Texas

Due to COVID-19, Texas has move primary runoff elections, including Democratic Senate runoff between MJ Hegar and state Sen. Royce West, from May 16th to July 14th. Expanding Texas' excuse required absentee voting system for this election is also the subject of litigation. We will keep you up to date as changed are formalized. The Texas governor has also issued an order that municipalities can move their May 2nd municipal elections to Nov. 3rd. The date change will be up to each municipality.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

10/23/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 11/02/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here for More Absentee Voting Information

Utah has automatic by-mail voting. You will automatically receive a ballot at the address on your voter registration.

Utah is a vote-by-mail state and will hold its state primary on Jun. 30th. As long as your state issued ID or registration form lists your current address you will receive a ballot. If you have moved or are new to Utah, please update your information by registering to vote by Jun. 19th.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/30/2020

Click Here for More Absentee Voting InformationYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Vermont

Vermont will hold its state primary on Aug. 11th. Vermont voters are automatically registered at the address on their state issued ID. If you have moved or do not have a state issued ID, please register to vote. You can register to vote in-person any day in Vermont, including during early voting and on election day. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you must submit an absentee ballot application.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

08/10/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/11/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Virginia

Virginia will hold its state primary on Jun. 9th. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you must submit an absentee ballot application. Excuse required.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. Excuses could include being sick or out of town, but it’s best to check with your state directly to see what counts as an excuse.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

06/02/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 06/09/2020

Permanent Absentee

You can request permanent absentee status in your state– that means you’ll automatically receive a ballot in the mail every election year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here for More Absentee Voting Information

Washington has automatic by-mail voting. You will automatically receive a ballot at the address on your voter registration.

Washington will hold its state primary on Aug. 4th. Washington is a vote-by-mail state. As long as your registration lists your current address, you will receive a ballot. If you have moved, please be sure to update your registration by the voter registration deadline, Jul. 27th. You may register to vote in-person through election day.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By N/A

Click Here for More Absentee Voting InformationYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in West Virginia

West Virginia will hold its state and presidential primary on May 12th. Due to COVID-19, the state has expanded its absentee ballot access for the May 12th election.  All registered voters will receive an application to request a ballot by mail the week of April 6th. The application for a ballot by mail must be received by May 6th.

New voters may register through April 21st and request an absentee ballot by the May 6th deadline.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

P.S. If COVID-19 wasn’t affecting the U.S. right now, your state would require you to have an excuse to request an absentee ballot.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

05/06/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Postmarked By 05/11/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Wisconsin

Wisconsin will hold its primary election on April 7th. Due to COVID-19, Wisconsin has extended its online voter registration deadline to March 30th and requests that all voters request a by-mail ballot by April 3rd at 5 p.m.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

04/03/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 04/07/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.
Your state allows for permanent absentee status for elderly or disabled voters.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub

Note: As election rules change daily due to COVID-19, make sure to check back here and with your state frequently.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee Ballot

You can vote by mail in Wyoming

Due to COVID-19, Wyoming Democrats have canceled in-person participation in their April 4th presidential caucus. The caucus will be a 100% mail in caucus. On March 10th, all registered Democrats were sent a ballot by mail. If you have not received a ballot, you may request one through March 31st. Completed ballots must be received by April 17th.

Wyoming will hold its state primary election on Aug. 18th. If you would prefer to vote by-mail, you must submit an absentee ballot application.

Click here to access your state's COVID-19 voting page.

No Excuse Needed to Vote Absentee

You don’t need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You can request an absentee ballot for any reason.

Think everyone should be able to vote safely without an excuse? Sign our petition encouraging all 50 states to offer no excuse Vote-By-Mail.

Deadline to Request Ballot

08/17/2020

Deadline to Return Ballot

Must be Received By 08/18/2020

Permanent Absentee

Your state doesn’t have permanent absentee as an option for everyone. Instead, you can request a ballot by mail every year.

Click Here to Request Your Absentee BallotYour Voter Info Hub