Axios(!) did something useful, guys!
Millions of Americans who normally vote in person on election day will turn to early voting or mail-in ballots this fall — but that only works if you understand your state’s election rules, deadlines and how to ensure your vote is counted.
They’ve collected it all and broken it out in a useful chart (un-embeddable) that you should go see. It lists for every state:
- Where to apply for absentee ballots
- Deadlines to apply
- When early, in-person voting starts
- Mail-in ballot deadlines
“The more early voting there is, the greater the impacts if there are problems with the U.S. Postal Service, ballot shortages, confusion, lawsuits or delays.”