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    Voter Registration Deadlines & Early Voting Dates

    ELECTION DAY IS Tuesday, November 8, 2016

    Most voter registration deadlines are 30 days prior with variations (See List Below). Many states allow early voting.

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    STATE Voter Registration Deadline Election Day Registration
    Alabama Postmarked 11 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Alaska Received 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Arizona Received 29 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Arkansas Postmarked 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    California Postmarked or submitted to an elections office (or NVRA voter registration agency) on or before 15 days prior to Election Day. (to vote in that election) You must register before the deadline.
    Colorado Postmarked 22 days before an election if through a voter registration drive. All other applicants may register at any time through Election Day; however, if you register after the 8th day before an election, your ballot will not automatically be mailed to you and you must appear in person to obtain your ballot. You may also register in person on Election Day.
    Connecticut Postmarked 14 days before the election or received in person 7 days before the election. You may also register on Election Day.
    Delaware Postmarked by the fourth Saturday before a general or primary election, or 10 days before a special election.
    District of Columbia Postmarked 30 days before the election. You may also register in person on Election Day as long as you can provide proof of residency
    Florida Postmarked 29 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Georgia Postmarked by the fifth Monday before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Hawaii Received at least 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Idaho Postmarked 25 days before the election. You may also register in person on Election Day.
    Illinois Postmarked 28 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Indiana Postmarked 29 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Iowa Received in-person 10 days before General and Primary Elections (11 days before all other elections), or postmarked 15 days before Election Day. You may also register in person on Election Day.
    Kansas Postmarked 21 days before the election if mailed, received at the county office 21 days before the election if delivered in person. You must register before the deadline.
    Kentucky Postmarked 29 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Louisiana Received 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Maine Received 21 days before the election. You may also register in person on Election Day.
    Maryland Postmarked 21 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Massachusetts Postmarked 20 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Michigan Postmarked 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Minnesota Received 21 days before the election. You may also register in person on Election Day as long as you can provide proof of residency.
    Mississippi Postmarked 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Missouri Received before 5pm (or normal close of business) on the fourth Wednesday prior to the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Montana Postmarked 30 days before the election. You may also register in person at the County Clerk's office on or before Election Day.
    Nebraska Postmarked by the third Friday before the election, or received in-person by 6pm on the second Friday before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Nevada Postmarked by 31 days before the election, or submitted online by 21 days before an election, or received in-person at a clerk's office 21 days before an election. You must register before the deadline.
    New Hampshire Received 10 days before the election. You may register in person on Election Day.
    New Jersey Received 21 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    New Mexico Postmarked 28 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    New York Postmarked 25 days before the election and received no less than 20 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    North Carolina Received 25 day before the election. You can register in person and vote early during the "one-stop" voting period.
    North Dakota N/A N/A
    Ohio Received 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Oklahoma Postmarked 25 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Oregon Postmarked 21 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Pennsylvania Received 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Rhode Island Received 30 days before the election. Mailed voter registration forms received after the deadline will be accepted as long as the mail is postmarked on or before the voter registration deadline. You may register in person on Election Day, but only for Presidential elections.
    South Carolina Postmarked 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    South Dakota Received 15 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Tennessee Postmarked 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Texas Postmarked 30 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Utah Postmarked 30 days before the election, or received in person 15 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Vermont Received by 5pm on the Wednesday before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Virginia Received 22 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Washington Postmarked by the Monday four weeks before the election, or received in person at the county elections department the Monday one week before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    West Virginia Postmarked 21 days before the election. You must register before the deadline.
    Wisconsin Postmarked 20 days before the election. You may also register in person on Election Day.
    Wyoming Received 14 days before the election. You may also register in person on Election Day.

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    When does early voting start in every state?


    Here’s when early voting begins in each state.
    (Note, the below dates represent the earliest date that voters statewide can send for a ballot or vote in person without a special exemption.)
    Alabama — There’s no universal early voting in Alabama, as voters need a state-approved excuse to vote absentee.
    Alaska — Oct. 24.
    Arizona — Oct. 12. Local counties are still finalizing the locations where voters can vote in-person, but ballots for mail-in voting begin going out on the 12th.
    Arkansas — Oct. 24.
    California — Early voting opening dates are set by the county/municipality. Oct. 10 is the first day to vote early in Los Angeles County.
    Colorado — Oct. 24.
    Connecticut — There is no early voting in Connecticut, as voters need a state-approved excuse to vote absentee.
    District of Columbia — Oct. 22 at One Judiciary Square, Oct. 29 for all other locations.
    Delaware — There is no early voting in Delaware, as voters need a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    Florida — All counties are required to allow voting from Oct. 29 to November 5. Some have the option to start earlier.
    Georgia — Oct. 17. Voters can sign up for an absentee ballot starting Sept. 20.
    Hawaii — Oct. 25.
    Idaho — Sept. 23. Counties must send out absentee ballot requests no later than the 23rd, but are allowed to offer early voting. Early voting opening dates are set by the county/municipality.
    Illinois — Sept. 29 to Nov. 7. Starting Sept. 29 voters can only cast their ballots and their local election authority or a temporary location, but early voting expands to permanent polling places starting Oct. 24.
    Indiana — Oct. 12. Early voting starts at the local county election board office or another designated location, but with an excuse, voters can cast a ballot by mail.
    Iowa — Sept. 29.
    Kansas — Oct. 19. Counties are allowed to set earlier extended early voting dates.
    Kentucky — There is no early voting in Kentucky, unless voters have a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    Louisiana — Oct. 25 to Nov. 1.
    Maine — Oct. 9 is the general opening date, but the state allows you to vote as soon as the ballots are printed, and some people have already cast their ballots
    Maryland — Oct. 27 to Nov. 3.
    Massachusetts — Oct. 24 to Nov.4.
    Michigan — There is no early voting in Michigan, as voters require a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    Minnesota — Sept. 23.
    Mississippi — There is no early voting in Mississippi, as voters need a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    Missouri — There is no early voting in Missouri, as voters need a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    Montana — In-person early voting begins as soon as ballots are ready, which is expected to be around October 11.
    Nebraska — Oct. 3. The counties mail out requests starting on the 3rd, but the first day to vote early in-person is Oct. 7.
    Nevada — October 22
    New Hampshire — There is no early voting in New Hampshire, unless voters have a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    New Jersey — September 24. In-person early voting may begin sooner (it starts as soon as ballots are available), but mail-in ballots are sent out beginning on the 24th.
    New Mexico -- Oct. 11 to Nov. 5. Voters can apply for an absentee ballot on Oct. 11, but starting on the 22nd they can vote early in person.
    New York — There is no early voting in New York, as voters require a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    North Carolina — Sept. 9, Oct. 20 to Nov. 5. Absentee ballots have already been sent out, but the formal early voting period does not start until October.
    North Dakota — Sept. 29. Absentee and mail ballot can be sent out by county officials starting on the 29th, but the exact date might vary from one location to the next.
    Ohio — October 12.
    Oklahoma — Nov. 3 to Nov. 5.
    Oregon — Oct. 19.
    Pennsylvania — There is no early voting in Pennsylvania, as voters need a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    Rhode Island — There is no early voting in Rhode Island, unless voters have a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    South Carolina — There is no early voting in South Carolina, unless voters have a state-approved excuseto vote absentee. The state does, however, give voters more absentee leeway than many.
    South Dakota — Sept. 23.
    Tennessee — Oct. 19 to Nov. 3.
    Texas — Oct. 24. to Nov. 4.
    Utah — Oct. 25. to Nov. 4.
    Virginia — There is no early voting in Virginia, unless voters have a state-approved excuseto vote absentee.
    Vermont — Sept. 23 to Nov. 7. Early voting could start before the 23rd, but it will not begin any later than that date.
    Washington — Oct. 21. Some voters may receive their ballot earlier, but this is the latest counties can mail them out.
    West Virginia — Oct. 26 to Nov. 5
    Wisconsin — Early voting opening dates are set by the county/municipality. Wisconsin Rapids began voting Sept. 19.
    Wyoming — Sept. 23 to Nov. 7.
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