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Early and Absentee Voting in the States

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Early and Absentee Voting in the States

State

Early Voting

Absentee Voting

Voting Machines or Same Method as on Election Day

In Person Absentee Only

Excuse Required for Absentee Voting by Mail

Voters May be Placed on Permanent Absentee List

Alabama

   
X
 
Alaska
X
 
Arizona
X
     
Arkansas
X
 
California  
X
 
 X
Colorado
X
X
Connecticut    
 X
 
Delaware
X
 
Florida
X
 
   
Georgia
X
 
Hawaii  
X
   
Idaho
X
 
Illinois
X
 
X
 
Indiana
X
X
 
Iowa  
X
   
Kansas
X
 
Kentucky  
X (requires excuse)
X
 
Louisiana
X
X
 
Maine  
X
   
Maryland
X
 
Massachusetts    
X
 
Michigan
X
 
Minnesota  
X (requires excuse)
X
 
Mississippi
X
 
Missouri    
X
 
Montana
X
X
Nebraska
X
     
Nevada
X
 
New Hampshire    
X
 
New Jersey
 
New Mexico
X
     
New York
X
 
North Carolina  
X
   
North Dakota
X
 
Ohio  
X
   
Oklahoma
X
 
Oregon
Mail-in voting
Pennsylvania
X
 
Rhode Island    
X
 
South Carolina
X
 
South Dakota  
X
   
Tennessee
X
X
 
Texas
X
 
X
 
Utah
X
   
Vermont
X
     
Virginia  
X (requires excuse)
X
 
Washington      
X
West Virginia
X
X
 
Wisconsin  
X
   
Wyoming  
X
 

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