Early Voting allows you to cast your vote ahead of time as a convenience for those who can't make it to the polls on election day. Over the past few elections, early voting has become increasingly popular. Thirty-two states provide some form of "no excuse" early voting, whether by mail-in absentee ballots or "Early In-Person" (EIP) ballots, permitting any registered voter to cast an early ballot. To find out which regulations apply to you, click here and read about your state's rules for early voting. Keep in mind that before you can vote early, you must first register to vote. If you haven't registered yet, go back to our home page and select your state to get started.