Early voting is not available.
Early voting is available to all voters for any reason and begins 15 days before an election. Locations vary, you can find your early voting location on the Early and In-Person Voting Locations webpage.
Early ballots cast through the Thursday before the election will be counted on election night. All early ballots cast after that date, and all absentee ballots are counted beginning the 7th day after the election through the 15th day after the election.
In-person early voting begins 27 days before the election and ends the Friday before the election. You may vote early in person at the County Recorder's office or on-site voting locations designated by the county recorder.
You can also sign up for the Active Early Voting List (AEVL) to receive an early mail ballot for all elections you are eligible to vote in. If you are on the AEVL you can check the date your ballot was mailed to you, the date the ballot was returned to the county and whether your ballot was accepted on the Arizona Voter Information Portal. Sign up for the AEVL here.
Early voting dates depend on the type of election, ranging from 7-15 days before the election. Early voting will take place at the county clerk's office. Some counties have other early voting locations around the county.
Preferential Primary and General Elections:
Early voting begins 15 days before the election and is available from 8am - 6pm Monday to Friday, and 10am-4pm on Saturday. Early voting ends at 5pm on the Monday before the election. Hours may vary at the non-county clerk office locations, contact your county clerk for more information.
All other elections (runoff, school, etc.):
Early voting begins 7 days before the election, and is available during normal business hours at your county clerk's office.
For more information check your state's resource.
You can vote early either in person at your county elections office or by using the vote-by-mail system. Any registered voter may vote early instead of going to the polls on Election Day. In-person early voting locations and hours may vary by county. To locate an early voting location near you, visit CAEarlyVoting.sos.ca.gov or contact your county elections office.
All valid vote-by-mail ballots are counted in every election in California, regardless of the outcome or closeness of any race.
Once your application is processed by your county elections official, your ballot will be sent to you. After you have voted, insert your ballot in the envelope provided, making sure you complete all required information on the envelope. You may return your voted vote-by-mail ballot by 1) mailing it to your county elections official; 2) returning it in person to a polling place or the elections office in your county on Election Day; or 3) authorizing anyone to return the ballot on your behalf.
Early voting is available and no excuse is required. Early voting is available during regular business hours for 8 days before a primary election and for 15 days before a General election.
Note: Colorado conducts elections primarily by mail. Each county clerk and recorder shall provide one or more early voting polling place(s), each of which shall be accessible to persons with disabilities. Information regarding early voting availability, locations, and schedules may be obtained by visiting your county website or by contacting your county clerk and recorder's office.
Early voting is not currently available.
Beginning in 2024, Connecticut will require each municipality in the state to establish at least one early voting location. There will be 14 days of early voting for general elections, 7 days for most primaries, and 4 days for special elections and presidential preference primaries.
Delaware will offer early voting for 10 days prior to primary and general elections at designated sites. Early voting will be available up to and including the Sunday before Election Day. Early voting sites and dates are now available on the Department of Elections website.
Early voting information can be found at the DC Board of Elections website.
You may register to vote during early voting (and on Election Day), you must just show proof of residence. Acceptable forms of proof of residence include:
Early in-person voting in Florida starts at least 10 days before the election and cannot end prior to the 3rd day before Election Day. Specific early voting dates and times in your county are determined by your local Supervisor of Elections. Early voting will end the weekend before the election. There is no early voting the day before Election Day.
All supervisors will hold early voting in their main and branch offices and may designate additional early voting sites. Check-in with your county election officials for more information.
Early voting access has recently been modified for most counties, adding an additional mandatory Saturday and formally classifying Sunday voting hours as optional. Counties can have early voting open as long as 7 a.m. to 7 pm or 9 am to 5 pm at a minimum.
Find available early voting locations by visiting the Secretary of State’s website and selecting your county of residence from the list. You can also find available sites by logging into your My Voter Page and looking at your polling place information.
Note: A recent change prohibits a mobile poll or early voting bus except during an emergency declared by the governor.
VOTER SERVICE CENTERS: Voter Service Centers will be open in each county beginning ten (10) business days before the election. Voter Service Centers provide accessible in-person voting, same day voter registration, and collection of voted ballots. Voter service centers are open ten business days prior to the election and on Election Day.
To find the location of a Voter Service Center in your county of residence go to elections.hawaii.gov or contact your city or county clerk.
PLACES OF DEPOSIT: Places of deposit are established beginning ten (10) business days before the election for voters to drop off their voted mail ballot packet to be collected by the County Elections Division. The locations and hours of operation are can be found here or by contacting your local city or county clerk.
Voting before Election Day at an absentee polling place is available in counties that choose to conduct early voting. Contact your county clerk for dates, times, and location of the absentee polling place in your county. Election Day registration is permitted at your polling place on Election Day as well as the Elections Department during Early Voting.
Early voting is available to all voters beginning 40 days before an election and ends the day before the election. Locations and hours for early voting are determined by each election authority.
For more information about early voting locations, check our your state's resource.
In-person absentee voting can be done at your board of elections beginning 28 days before Election Day and no later than 12:00 pm on the day before Election Day. Each county has its own schedule, so be sure to check what the dates and times are in your area.
The early voting period begins 20 days before Election Day. You can vote at your County Auditor's office during business hours Monday-Friday. Additionally, county auditor offices are open the Saturday before Election Day. For more information, contact your County Auditor.
You will need to fill out the Absentee Ballot Request Form used in Iowa for In-Person Absentee “Early” voting. Note: Using a label printed from the check-in tablet is no longer a valid method of completing the form.
You are required to show an ID when voting early in person. You can find more information on acceptable forms of ID, here.
You may vote in person at your county elections office starting the Tuesday before Election Day or up to 20 days before the election, depending on the county. Some counties offer satellite voting sites during the 20-day advance voting period. To find such locations, contact your county election office.
To locate the exact time and location of early voting in your county, please visit GoVote.ky.gov.
All registered Kentucky voters who have not requested a mail-in absentee ballot can vote early without an excuse. State law calls this a “no-excuse in-person absentee ballot.”
When: The Thursday, Friday, and Saturday before Election Day. At least eight hours between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. each day, with the county board of elections choosing the exact times.
Where: Your county clerk's office or a place chosen by your county
board of elections.
Extra-Early Excused in-person absentee:
Who: Registered Kentucky voters can vote extra early if they have one of the excuses listed here and cannot vote early or on Election Day.
When: The six business days before early voting times during normal business hours.
Where: Your county clerk's office or a place chosen by your county board of elections. Contact your county board of elections for more location details.
Registered Kentucky voters can vote extra early if they have one of the excuses below and cannot vote early or on Election Day:
Find polling locations and times here: https://elect.ky.gov/Voters/Pages/Polling-Locations.aspx or contact your county clerk for additional information about voting locations and times.
Voters who wish to vote early may do so at their parish Registrar of Voters office or designated voting location in the parish from 14 days to 7 days before a scheduled election (For presidential elections, early voting is 18 to 7 days before the election). You do not need a reason to vote early.
For more information on dates and locations for early voting, please use your state's resource.
As soon as absentee ballots are available, 30 days before the election, you may vote in person at your town office. Voting dates and hours vary by town; check with your town clerk or look up your town on the Secretary of State's website.
You can vote in an early voting center in the county where you live. Please be sure to check with your local Board of Elections or the State Board of Elections to ensure you know your correct voting locations.
Note: If you are eligible but not yet registered to vote, you can register and vote during early voting. Go to an early voting center in the county where you live and bring a document that proves where you live.
In-person early voting is now available for both state primary and general elections. Check with your local election office - Elections: Find My Election Office (state.ma.us) for specific hours and locations. Those hours and locations will also be posted on the Secretary of State’s website starting five days before early voting begins.
Beginning 40 days before the Election you can vote early in person or apply for an absentee ballot at your City/Township Clerk's office. You can apply for the absentee ballot and vote that ballot during the same visit! Early voting continues until 4pm the day before the Election.
If you prefer, you can bring your ballot home to vote; just be sure to return the ballot by 8:00 pm on Election Day. However, a voter who visits their clerk’s office to obtain an absentee ballot on the day before the election must vote the ballot in the office; the voter is not permitted to leave the office with the ballot.
City/Township Clerk offices must be open for at least 8 hours the weekend before the Election to allow for registration and voting by absentee ballot. To check your specific clerk's hours, please click here.
You can vote early at your local elections office. For most elections, early voting takes place during normal business hours, beginning 46 days before the election.
For federal, state, or county elections, early voting locations must be open the last Saturday before the election (10am-3pm) and the day before the election until 5pm.
If you are not registered before going to vote early, you may register in person as long as you show proof of residence.
Some places may have additional early voting hours. Be sure to contact your local election official for more information.
Early voting does not exist in Mississippi. In-person absentee voting will begin as soon as absentee ballots are available. Check with your county circuit clerk’s office for more details about when and where to vote.
During the two weeks before an election, you may vote a no-excuse absentee ballot in person at a location designated by your local election authority. When voting an absentee ballot in person, you must show an acceptable form of photo ID.
Please check out Absentee Voting to see how to vote before Election Day.
Early voting takes place in the form of in-person absentee voting that allows voter, as soon as absentee ballots are available, to receive, mark and submit an absentee ballot in person at the election office or by mail to the election office.
However, ballots are not counted until election day. Early-in person absentee voting does not require a reason and starts as soon as ballots are available – by not later than 30 days before an election. For more information about times and locations please contact your local election officials.
Early voting is available from 30 days before a statewide election and 15 days before a special election.
For more information on early voting, please see the section on Absentee Ballot Process.
Early voting is available 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.
There is no early voting.
Early voting is allowed and no excuse is required. This option allows registered voters to cast their ballot in person, using a voting machine, during a three-day period before the Primary Election and a nine-day period before the November General Election. A list of early voting sites is available here. Voters can select any site in their county.
You may vote early at your County Clerks office, beginning 28 days before an election. Early voting at alternate sites begins on the third Saturday before the election in many counties. Early voting information may be found on this state website.
Indigenous nations, tribes, and pueblos may make written requests for early voting locations from county clerks.
Early voting begins 10 days before the election and continues through two days before the election (not voting the day before Election Day). Many counties have multiple voting sites available. Each voting site has different hours, so check here to determine the best voting site for you.
One-stop early voting begins on the third Thursday before the election and ends at 3pm 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 your County Board office is not able to handle in-person voting.
For specific locations of where you can vote, please click here.
If you are not registered by the registration deadline, you may register during the one-stop early voting period and vote that same day. In order to register during the one-stop early voting period, you must show proof of address. This can include a valid and current photo ID or any document showing your name and current address.
Early voting is available and no excuse is required. Please check with local county election officials for specific dates and times.
Early (in-person absentee ballot) voting starts 28 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.
Note: Beginning in 2023, early voting will no longer be available on the Monday before Election Day. To find the early voting hours in your county, please click here.
For specific information on times and locations, contact your board of elections.
In-person absentee voting (no-excuse early voting) will be available at your designated early voting location on the Thursday and Friday before Election Day from 8am to 6pm. Suppose it is a state or federal Primary Election, Runoff Primary Election, General Election, or Presidential Preferential Primary Election. In that case, in-person absentee voting will also be available on the Saturday (9am to 2pm) before the election.
Note: Early voting is also available from 8 am to 6 pm the Wednesday before the General Election.
For more information, please visit your state's resource.
Oregon has all mail-in ballots.
Early voting is in the form of Absentee in Person. Counties may make mail ballots available to voters in person up to 50 days before Election Day. Varies by county.
If you meet any of the requirements you may vote before Election Day through an Absentee Ballot or mail in ballot process.
Early voting takes place in the 20 days before the Election and takes place at your city or town hall during their regular business hours. Just be sure to bring your photo ID with you in order to cast your ballot. Otherwise, early voting is very similar to Election Day voting at your polling location.
You may vote early during a two-week early voting period. You can vote at any early voting location in your county (locations may be found at https://www.scvotes.gov/early-voting) and vote exactly the same way you would at your polling place on Election Day. You must still show an acceptable form of photo ID in order to cast your ballot.
For more information, please contact your local elections officials.
Early Voting begins 46 days before the election (in-person absentee voting) and ends the day before Election Day.
Voting early is convenient and easy. You don't need any special reason to vote early. The early voting period starts 20 days before Election Day and ends 5 days before it. For the Presidential Preference Primary, early voting ends 7 days before the election. Please note that there is no early voting available on holidays, but you can still vote early on Saturdays.
You should bring both your voter registration card and an acceptable photo ID to vote early.
In a city election where there is no opposition on the ballot, early voting is not available.
For more information on early voting, contact your local county election commission office.
Early in-person voting in Texas starts 17 days before the election (unless it falls on the weekend) and ends 4 days prior to Election Day.
You may vote at any voting location in your county, and weekend voting may be available. Check in with your county election officials for more information.
In-person early voting is allowed, and no excuse is required. Early voting begins two weeks before Election Day and ends the Friday before Election Day. The polls will be open for at least 4 hours each early voting day and will close at 5pm on the last early voting day.
In order to vote during the early voting period, you must show a valid voter ID. This is either a form of ID that has you name and photo or two forms of ID that bear your name and show evidence of your residence. To see the complete list of acceptable ID, please visit your state's website.
Early voting is also available with no excuse required. You may vote at your town clerk's office in person during the hours the office is open to the public, within 45 days before a primary or general election or 20 days before a municipal election. Due to the pandemic, Some Vermont town offices are closed to the public or have limited hours to protect health and safety, and most have a secure ballot drop box available whether or not the office is open. Please contact your town clerk.
Any registered voter in Virginia is eligible to vote early, either by absentee ballot or early in-person.
Voters should check with their local registrar's office for details on early voting opportunities in their locality, including in person, by mail, and drop boxes. Same-day voter registration is also available.
WHEN IS EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING?
You can vote early in-person at your local registrar’s office beginning 45 days before Election Day and ending the Saturday before Election Day. Before visiting your local registrar’s office, we recommend checking your registration status or calling your registrar’s office to confirm. You can find your registrar’s phone number here.
WHAT IS THE EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING PROCESS?
At the registrar’s office or satellite voting location, you must provide your name and address and show an acceptable form of identification (ID) or sign an ID Confirmation Statement.
If you do not provide an acceptable ID or sign an ID Confirmation Statement, you will be offered a provisional ballot. You are allowed until the Friday at noon following Election Day to provide a copy of acceptable identification to the electoral board or sign an ID Confirmation Statement.
Accessible equipment or curbside voting is available for early in-person voting upon request.
HOW DO I VOTE AN ABSENTEE BALLOT?
All registered Virginia voters are eligible for absentee voting either in-person or by mail 45 days before the election. You can request mail ballots be sent to you permanently. Absentee ballot envelopes submitted by mail or drop box no longer require a witness signature. Instead, voters must include their birthdate and the last four digits of their social security number. For more information about absentee voting, please review the Absentee Voting Process for Virginia.
Washington conducts elections primarily by mail. In-person Early Voting in Washington begins 18 days before the election and goes through Election Day.
The County Clerk is responsible for early voting. The locations will be in the County Courthouse, annex or on the property of the courthouse. The regular period of early voting begins 13 days before the election and ends 3 days before the election. Voting is available during regular business hours and on any Saturday on or between the 13th and 3rd days before the election.
Contact your county clerk for more information on times and locations.
Early voting is available in the form of in-person absentee voting. Each city, village and town is responsible for setting the dates and hours of in-person absentee voting for their municipality, though it can begin no earlier than 14 days before the election and ends no later than the Sunday before the election. To find the dates and hours for in-person absentee voting where you live, contact your municipal clerk.