Making a plan to vote doesn’t end at thinking about how, when, and where you will cast a ballot. It’s about making sure your vote counts, too.
If you requested an absentee ballot and haven’t yet returned it, NOW is the time to do so. Find your nearest ballot dropbox.
Millions of people have already voted by mail this Election Season. One of the last steps in the voting process is making sure your ballot is received. Once your ballot has been received, your vote officially counts.
Tracking your ballot varies state-by-state, but you can easily track your ballot online in most states and the District of Columbia. In Oregon, Wyoming, and Montana, you’ll have to call the local election office to check if your ballot has been counted.
Below are the resources for verifying and tracking your ballot in every state:
You will need to call your elections office to track your ballot in Mississippi.
You will need to call your elections office to track your ballot in Montana.
You will need to call your elections office to track your ballot in Oregon.
You will need to call your elections office to track your ballot in Wyoming.
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