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Early Voting

Rhode Island8

Early Voting is not available in Rhode Island.

Oklahoma Early Voting

For more information on times and locations contact your county clerkIn person absentee voting will be available at your County Election Board on Thursday (8am to 6pm), Friday (8am to 6pm) before each election.

Ohio Early Voting

Early voting starts 27 days before the election. All registered voters may request and vote an absentee ballot in person at their county board of elections or voting center as designated by the county. For specific information on times and locations contact your board of elections.

Oregon Early Voting

You can vote early and in person at your county elections office. Please contact them for specific dates and times.

North Dakota Early Voting

Early voting is available and no excuse is required. Please check with local county election officials for specific dates and times.

North Carolina Early Voting

One-stop absentee voting (early voting) begins on the third Thursday before the election and ends at 1pm the last Saturday before the election. One-stop absentee voting takes place at either the County Board of Elections office or an alternate site if the County Board office is not able to handle in-person voting.

Pennsylvania Early Voting

Pennsylvania does not have early voting. If you meet any of the below requirements you may vote before Election Day through an Absentee Ballot. Please see the "Absentee Ballot Process" question above for more information on voting Absentee Ballots.

Absentee Ballot requirements:

New Mexico Early Voting

You may vote early in-person, instead of voting by mail. You may go to your county clerk's office beginning the 28th day before the election and vote on either a paper ballot or electronic voting machine.

Early voting at alternate sites begins on the third Saturday before the election. Call your county clerk for locations.

Early voting ends the Saturday before the election.

Nevada Early Voting

Early voting is available for all registered voters and takes place at locations throughout the state beginning 14 days before an election. Please contact your local county clerk's office for specific dates and times.

New York Early Voting

New York does not have early voting.

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