When does early in-person voting end in your state? Here is a list of dates

Presidential election 2020: What to do when you have trouble voting

People are turning out in record numbers to cast their votes in the run-up to in the 2020 election.

Roughly 28 million Americans have already voted, and election officials across the country are reporting long lines at early voting sites.

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Does your state offer early voting? Here is a list of in-person early voting beginning and ending dates by state.

State early voting began early voting ends
Alabama No early voting No early voting
Alaska Oct. 19 Nov. 2
Arizona Oct. 7 Oct. 30
Arkansas Oct. 19 Nov. 3
California Oct 5 Nov. 2
Colorado Oct. 19 Nov. 2
Connecticut No early voting No early voting
District of Columbia Oct. 27 Nov. 2
Delaware No early voting No early voting
Florida Oct. 19 Nov. 1
Georgia Oct. 12 Oct. 30
Hawaii Oct. 24 Nov. 2
Idaho Oct. 12 Oct. 30
Illinois Sept. 24 Nov. 2
Indiana Oct. 6 Nov. 2
Iowa Oct. 5 Nov. 2
Kansas Oct. 14 Nov. 2
Kentucky Oct. 13 Nov. 2
Louisiana Oct. 16 Oct. 27
Maine Oct. 4 Oct. 29
Maryland Oct. 26 Nov. 2
Massachusetts Oct. 17 Oct. 30
Michigan Sept. 19 Nov. 2
Minnesota Sept. 18 Nov. 2
Mississippi No early voting No early voting
Missouri No early voting No early voting
Montana Oct. 5 Nov. 2
Nebraska Oct. 5 Nov. 2
Nevada Oct. 17 Oct 30
New Hampshire No early voting No early voting
New Jersey Sept. 19 Nov. 2
New Mexico Oct. 6 Oct. 31
New York Oct. 24 Nov. 1
North Carolina Oct. 15 Oct. 31
North Dakota Oct. 19 Nov. 2
Ohio Oct. 6 Nov. 2
Oklahoma Oct. 29 Oct. 31
Oregon Mail-in voting Mail-in voting
Pennsylvania Sept. 14 Nov. 3
Rhode Island Oct. 14 Nov. 2
South Carolina Oct. 5 Nov. 2
South Dakota Sept. 18 Nov. 2
Tennessee Oct. 14 Oct. 29
Texas Oct. 13 Oct. 30
Utah Oct. 20 Oct. 30
Vermont Sept. 21 Nov. 2
Virginia Sept. 18 Oct. 31
Washington Oct. 16 Nov. 3
West Virginia Oct. 21 Oct. 31
Wisconsin Oct. 20 Nov. 1
Wyoming Sept. 18 Nov. 2