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Remote Voting


In the U.S., voters have two options for casting their ballots outside the polling place: automatic voting by mail, in which ballots are mailed to every registered voter; and absentee/mail-in ballots by request.

Automatic vote-by-mail is now the primary means by which elections are conducted in Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Washington, D.C. Several other states, including California and New Jersey, made temporary pandemic-related switches to automatic mail-in voting either for the entire state or for individual counties.

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