Voters will be asked to make many decisions during the November 2020 Election, from national and state elections to important races at the city and county levels. Many school districts are also holding board and bond elections this fall. While a few races soak up most of the media attention, it’s important to go all the way down to the bottom of your ballot.

It is important to do your homework and research what is on your ballot. Then make a plan for how you intend to vote. Early voting runs from Tuesday, October 13 through Friday, October 30. You can even vote on the weekends! Then, if you haven’t already voted early, you can vote on Election Day, which is Tuesday, November 3.

You can check your registration and find in-person polling places near you at You can also drop off a mail-in ballot at your county’s approved site. To drop off a mail ballot, you need identification. You cannot drop off someone else’s ballot.

If you are looking for more information about candidates on your local ballot, please consider visiting these sites as part of your pre-voting homework:

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