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For the most part, getting your absentee ballot is a two step process. You must both request a ballot and return a completed ballot with your vote. This varies from state to state (as some states automatically send ballots by mail), but this process applies for many.
We suggest you mail your absentee ballot requests at least 21 days in advance of Election Day. Most ballots need to be received by your election officials before the end of Election Day, so we suggest you return your completed ballot 14 days before Election Day.
Please note that state deadlines are subject to change, especially in contentious election years as candidates and political parties issue lawsuits on behalf of voters. If you have questions about the vote-by-mail or absentee ballot voting process in your state, connect with your local elections official (in different states this may be a Town Clerk, a Registrar of Voters, or a County Board of Elections Officials).