US ELECTIONS: What To Know about Absentee Voting (Mail-in Voting) - Everything You Should Know About Everything including Music, celebrities, and your mentors

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

US ELECTIONS: What To Know about Absentee Voting (Mail-in Voting)

US ELECTIONS: What To Know about Absentee Voting (Mail-in Voting)



Abentee voting which is also known as “mail-in voting” or “by-mail voting”) is conducted by mail-in ballot before the day of Election Day. All states will mail a ballot to voters if certain conditions are met. The voter may return the ballot in person or by mail. Some states will let voters apply for an absentee ballot in person before Election Day and then vote the ballot that same day.


A. Excuse: Voters in these conditions will need to provide a proofable and valid excuse for not voting on Election Day in order to vote by absentee ballot.

B.  No Excuse: Any voter in these states can vote by absentee ballot, even if they are able to vote in person on Election Day.

C. Mail-in Only: Voters in these states only need to request an absentee ballot if they need their ballot mailed to a different address.


No comments: