Nevada Vote by Mail

Nevada is now a vote by mail state, so all registered voters will receive a ballot by mail. You may opt-out from receiving a mail-in ballot if you wish to vote in person. Do not mail a ballot and vote in person. Voters who vote in person will have two options:

Utah Vote by Mail

Utah is primarily a vote-by-mail state, meaning that almost all registered voters will receive their ballots in the mail before Election Day. Mail in ballots must be postmarked by the day before the election in order to be counted. Or you can drop your ballot off on Election Day at you Voting Center or any Ballot Drop Boxes in your county. You can sign up to track your mail ballot on your Lieutenant Governor website.  

Hawaii Vote by Mail

Beginning in 2020, all registered voters will automatically receive a mail ballot about 18 days before the election! The ballots are mailed to the address on your registration form, so if you have moved, changed your name or any other updates, please be sure to update your voter registration.

All voted ballots must be received (either by mail, in person or at a drop box) by 7pm on Election Day in order to be counted.

Colorado Vote by Mail

All registered voters will receive mail ballots no later than 18 days before Election Day. You must request a mail ballot by the 8th day before an election in order to receive your ballot in the mail. The County Clerk will then mail your ballot within one business day after receiving your request.

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