Remember, whether you choose to vote early, vote by mail, or in-person, you have options to make voting safe and convenient for you. Learn how to make a plan that’s flexible for your schedule and to get information on when, where, and how to vote.

Make a Voting Plan

Use our voting resources below to check if you're registered and make a plan for voting in 2024.

Check Your Voter Registration

Ways to Vote

In Person:

  • Early voting for the November 5, 2024 general election varies by state, with some states starting as early as 46 days before election day to some not offering early voting at all. Check the early voting calendar for your state on
  • Find your polling location and check the deadlines and hours for your location.
  • Check your state’s COVID-19 Election information before you head to the polls. Also check out these tips on how to vote safely in-person on election day — based on the CDC guidelines.

Vote By Absentee Ballot:

  • To vote by mail, request an absentee ballot as soon as possible. Complete the form to request your absentee ballot before the deadline for your state.
  • Complete your absentee ballot and be sure to mail it in well before your state’s deadlines. You can also find your nearest ballot dropbox to return your mail-in ballot before your election deadlines.
  • If you cannot find a nearby ballot dropbox, then you may need to make plans to vote early in-person. The rules for your state may vary, so if you requested a mail-in ballot, you may need to exchange your mail-in ballot for a provisional ballot. Look up the rules for your state at

Be vote ready

Stay safe from COVID

  • Bring your own black ink pen, or a stylus or similar object for use with touchscreen voting machines.
  • Wash your hands before entering and after leaving the polling location.
  • Masks. The CDC recommends wearing a mask when indoors in public areas. Some counties might need you to remove your mask for identification purposes.
  • Bring hand sanitizer. After you cast your ballot, touching doors, or any other shared surfaces: sanitize.
  • Be prepared in case you need to wait. Bringing your own snacks and water!
  • Stay 6 feet apart. Just like at the grocery store, don’t shake hands, maintain social distancing.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow. Throw used tissues in lined trash cans.

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