All 50 states offers mail-in voting; however, each states’ rules are different. Visit your state election office website to find out if you are able to vote by mail or the website Can I Vote takes you right to your state’s absentee voting page.
Most states also have early voting to accommodate those who cannot make it to the polls on Election Day. The early voting will let registered voters vote on specific dates before Election Days. This early voting chart lists time frames for states that offer early voting. But the best place to check is your state/territorial election office website. Check under “absentee voting” if you don’t see information listed under “voting in person” or “early voting.”
When trying to figure out when and how to vote make sure you are visiting reputable government websites.
For more frequently asked questions like “do you have to vote for the party you’re registered with?” or “who can and can’t vote in U.S. elections?” visit USA.gov