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Here’s when early 2018 midterm voting begins in your state

Here’s when early 2018 midterm voting begins in your state
[Photo: Flickr user Adam Baker]

If you’re unhappy about the way things seem to be going in Washington–or just like checking off things on that to-do list–why wait until November 6th to cast your ballot in the midterm elections?

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Plenty of states allow voters to cast their vote early. Each state’s requirements and process for early voting is a bit different, but the New York Times has an excellent rundown of the rules. As for if and when you can vote early, here’s a list of dates early voting begins in eligible states.

September 20

  • Wisconsin

September 21

  • Minnesota
  • South Dakota

September 22

  • Maine
  • New Jersey
  • Vermont

September 27

  • Wyoming
  • North Dakota

October 7

  • California
  • Nebraska

October 8

  • Iowa

October 9

  • Montana

October 10

  • Indiana
  • Ohio
  • Arizona

October 15

  • Georgia

October 17

  • Tennessee
  • North Carolina
  • Oregon

October 19

  • Washington

October 20

  • New Mexico
  • Nevada

October 22

  • Alaska
  • Arkansas
  • District of Columbia
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Massachusetts
  • Texas

October 23

  • Hawaii
  • Louisiana
  • Utah

October 24

  • West Virginia

October 25

  • Maryland

October 27

  • Florida

October 30

  • Colorado
  • Kansas

November 1

  • Oklahoma
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