If you haven’t cast your ballot yet, it’s not too late to make sure your vote counts in this year’s election.
Early voting records have been broken through the expansion of absentee ballots as states aim to provide voters more options amid the coronavirus pandemic.
But despite high voter turnout so far, there are still many voters expected to show up at the polls on Nov. 3.
Here are your options if you still have to vote in the 2020 election.
Even if you are already registered to vote this year, make sure you have some logistical information covered.
While voting rules vary by state, many states require you to bring some form of identification with you. Prior to going to the polls, check your state’s voter ID requirements here.
You should also double check where you’ll be voting by using this polling place locator.
Change your mind about voting by mail?
Whether you are unable to confirm your ballot when you track it or you decided that you’d prefer to vote in person instead of by mail, you have some options.
Some states may let you vote on a provisional ballot, which will count if your original ballot wasn’t received, per Vox. Other states, like Michigan, provide the option to annul or “spoil” a mail-in ballot by signing an affidavit cancelling the ballot you mailed in.