We made a sincere effort to get the latest and most accurate information, but It’s best to double check with your local registrar for any recent changes to early voting in your state.

Early voting by state

COVID-19 Info: With cases of COVID19 spiking again in many regions of the country, this information may have have changed in your state’s next election, check the COVID-19 page for more info.

StateEarly in-person voting beginsEarly in-person voting endsMore Information
AlabamaAlabama does not have early voting, but they do have in-person absentee voting. Voters can request their absentee ballot and cast their in-person absentee ballots at their local absentee ballot office during regular business hours beginning 55 days before the Election. In-person absentee voting ends 5 days before the Election.Contact your Local Election Office 
Alaska15 days before the election.The day before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Arizona27 days before the election.The Friday before the election, but some counties may offer emergency early voting through November 2.Contact your Local Election Office
Arkansas15 days before the election.The Monday before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
California29 days before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office to see if they offer early voting.The day before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office to see if they offer early voting.Contact your Local Election Office
ColoradoN/A. Colorado has all mail-in votingN/A. Colorado has all mail-in voting.Contact your Local Election Office
ConnecticutN/A. Connecticut does not have in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.N/A. Connecticut does not have in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.Contact your Local Election Office 
DelawareN/A. Delware does not have in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.N/A. Delware does not have in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.Contact your Local Election Office
District of ColumbiaVaries as the period is set by the Board of Elections, but not more than 10 days before the election.Varies as the period is set by the Board of Elections.Contact your Local Election Office
FloridaAt least 10 days before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office to determine if more early voting dates are available.3 days before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office to determine if more early voting dates are available.Contact your Local Election Office
GeorgiaThe fourth Monday before the election.The Friday before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
HawaiiN/A, Hawaii has transitioned to all mail-in voting starting 2020.N/A, Hawaii has transitioned to all mail-in voting starting 2020.Contact your Local Election Office
IdahoOn or before the third Monday before the election. Not all counties conduct early voting. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.The Friday before the election. Not all counties conduct early voting. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.Contact your Local Election Office
Illinois40 days before the election.The day before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Indiana28 days before the election.The day before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Iowa29 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).The day before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office
KansasUp to 20 days before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.Up to the day before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.Contact your Local Election Office
Kentucky21 days before Election Day.The Saturday before Election Day. Contact your Local Election Office
Louisiana14 days before the election.7 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Maine30 days before the election (in-person absentee).The Thursday before the election (in-person absentee).Contact your Local Election Office
MarylandThe second Monday before the election.The Thursday before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Massachusetts11 days before the election. In light of COVID-19, the state will have more specific instructions on early voting procedures at a later date.The second business day before the election. In light of COVID-19, the state will have more specific instructions on early voting procedures at a later date.Contact your Local Election Office
Michigan45 days before the election.The day before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.Contact your Local Election Office
Minnesota46 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).The day before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office
MississippiN/A. Mississippi does not offer in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.N/A. Mississippi does not offer in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.Contact your Local Election Office
MissouriN/A. Missouri does not offer early voting or in-person no-excuse absentee voting.N/A. Missouri does not offer early voting or in-person no-excuse absentee voting.Contact your Local Election Office
Montana30 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).Noon on the day before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office
Nebraska30 days before the election.1 day before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Nevada17 days before the election.4 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
New HampshireN/A. New Hampshire does not offer in-person early or no-excuse absentee voting.N/A. New Hampshire does not offer in-person early or no-excuse absentee voting.Contact your Local Election Office
New Jersey45 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).3pm on the day before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office
New Mexico28 days before the election.3 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
New York10 days before the election.2 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
North Carolina19 days before the election.3 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
North DakotaAt least 15 days before the election. Varies by county. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.The day before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Ohio28 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).2pm on the day before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office
Oklahoma5 days before the election.2pm 3 days before Election Day.Contact your Local Election Office
OregonN/A. Oregon has all mail-in ballots.N/A. Oregon has all mail-in ballots.Contact your Local Election Office
PennsylvaniaVaries by county. Pennsylvania does not offer early voting, but counties may make mail ballots available to voters in person up to 50 days before Election Day.Mail ballots may be dropped off in county offices until Election Day.Contact your Local Election Office
Rhode Island20 days before the election.The day before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
South CarolinaN/A. South Carolina does not offer in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.N/A. South Carolina does not offer in-person early voting or no-excuse absentee voting.Contact your Local Election Office
South Dakota46 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).The day before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office
Tennessee20 days before the election.5 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Texas22 days before the election.4 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Utah14 days before the election.4 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Vermont45 days before the election.The day before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
Virginia45 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).3 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office
Washington18 days before the election.Through Election Day (state does not distinguish between early voting and voting on Election Day)Contact your Local Election Office
West Virginia13 days before the election.3 days before the election.Contact your Local Election Office
WisconsinAt least 14 days before the election (in-person absentee voting). Varies by municipality. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.As late as 2 days before the election (in-person absentee voting). Varies by municipality. Voters should contact their county elections office for additional information.Contact your Local Election Office
Wyoming45 days before the election (in-person absentee voting).The day before the election (in-person absentee voting).Contact your Local Election Office

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