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Time to Vote for Military and Overseas Voters in U.S. Elections

PEW CENTER ON THE STATES INFOGRAPHIC . DATAPOINTS TIME TO VOTE * * * * * Four key reforms that states and the District of Columbia have implemented to help military and overseas voters cast timely ballots 45-day minimum e-transmission no notary/witness expanded FWAB use of blank ballots requirement transmittal time for state/local elections require ballots allow electronic do not have allow Federal Write-in Absentee Ballots (FWABS) to be used in state and local elections to be sent out at transmission witness or least 45 days of unvoted blank notary requirements before an election ballots 47 50 46 34 STATES & DC HAVE THIS STATES & DC STATES & DC HAVE THIS STATES & DC HAVE THIS HAVE THIS KY O LA O ND OA AK AZ ME OK MD OR CA MA MI RI E MN SC DE MS SD DC MO TN FL MT TX GA NE UT HI NV VT ID NH VA O9 NJ WA IN JA O NM WV NY KS NC WY NOTES: Massachusetts: State law was amended in 2011 Pew Center on the States, 2011 Infographic by Carla Uriona and Sean Greene to change the primary date for the 2012 election to allow for 45-day transmittal time. Alaska, California, and West Virginia currently meet the MOVE Act's 45-day requirement in practice. They do not explicitly require 45-day transmission time in state law. New York was denied a waiver from this requirement for the 2012 election. deda_deCCd_ddde

Time to Vote for Military and Overseas Voters in U.S. Elections

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