United States Absentee and Early Voting
The ICE Exchange pre-conference sessions and opening reception will be held on Tuesday, November 6 - U.S. Election Day. If you are planning on attending these events or arriving for the conference on Tuesday, November 6, you should consider taking advantage of early voting (if available), or requesting an absentee ballot from your state or territory prior to the event.
Register to Vote
Each US state, territory, and the District of Columbia manages its own election processes. Visit your state or local elections office to find more information on how to register to vote.
- USA.gov provides information in English and Spanish on how to register to vote, and how to find your state or local elections office.
All States provide an option for voters to receive their ballot in the mail. If you choose this option, make sure you allow time to submit your ballot by your state or territory's deadline.
- Vote.org provides a list of absentee ballot deadlines, and your state or local elections office will have information on how to request an absentee ballot.
Most states and territories allow an individual to vote in-person prior to Election Day. Make sure to review the requirements and deadlines for early voting options in your state.
- Vote.org provides a list of states and deadlines for early voting. Confirm these deadlines with your state or local election office.
The National Conference of State Legislatures also provides a chart detailing each state's pre-election day voting options which may help you make the best decision on how to cast your vote.