All states offer some form of absentee voting and some form of in-person voting—what differs is what the balance is between the two. For states that are expecting (or even encouraging) more absentee voting this year, a number of policy details may make a difference in whether election night runs smoothly, and accurate election results are available in a timely manner.
This webinar is part of a series, Voting Outside the Polling Place.
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- Wendy Underhill, program director, Redistricting and Elections Program, NCSL
- Amber McReynolds, CEO, National Vote at Home Institute, former director of elections for Denver
- Commissioner Benjamin Hovland, U.S. Election Assistance Commission
- E. Mark Braden, BakerHostetler