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Home General News Early voting: Still haven’t voted? Don’t send your ballot by mail.

Early voting: Still haven’t voted? Don’t send your ballot by mail.

More than 67 million Americans have already voted in the 2020 election, and if you’re not one of them: What are you waiting for?

Whatever the reason, don’t wait any longer: Make a voting plan now.

But just one week out from Election Day, your voting plan needs to be realistic. Specifically, you should now plan to vote in person or drop off your mail ballot, if you already have one.

To put it another way: It’s now probably cutting it too close to send your ballot through the mail.

The United States Postal Service recommends that “as a common-sense measure, you mail your complete ballot before Election Day, and at least one week prior to your state’s deadline.”

Deadlines vary by state. Some states require ballots to be…

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