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As of 2015, citizens may use any early voting location to cast an early vote, according to the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners. Dozens of these locations exist, and some are going to be more convenient than other... More »

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Registered voters who want to vote early in Ohio can usually cast their votes in their county's Board of Elections Office. The address and contact information of the 88 counties in Ohio can be found on the County Boards ... More »

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In Georgia, early voting is a privilege for all registered voters in the state, and doing so only requires finding an early-voting polling location. A resident must also have an approved form of identification when going... More »

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North Carolina voters may vote early by absentee voting. There are three methods of absentee voting: by mail, in-person or from overseas. All registered voters may request absentee ballots. Requests may come from voters,... More »

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Find early voting information through the Florida Division of Elections. According to its webpage, early voting for state or federal elections must begin 10 days before the official election date and end three days befor... More »

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To be eligible for early voting, voters need to be registered to vote in a state that offers early voting. Voter registration varies by state, and voters can determine where to register by visiting the state election boa... More »

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After submitting a voter registration application, approved voters in many states receive voter registration certificates with information regarding the voting precinct for their registered address. Counties assign polli... More »

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