Elections and Voting Information for each State

Many of the processes and laws that govern voting, the options voters have, and the deadlines for various stages of the process, vary from state to state.

It is essential that voters inform themselves of how elections work in the state where they are registered. This website allows you to find the election website for your state: https://www.usa.gov/election-office.

As for voter registration, please note that (with the exception of Wyoming and North Dakota) you can utilize the National Voter Registration Form (find it here in English and in other languages). You can download copies of the form, and instructions on using it.

Also see information on Preregistration for young voters.

Calendar of Key Election Dates

Below is a calendar of events related to the Elections of 2024. Click here for the information in alphabetical order by State.

July 15-18,2024: : 2024 Republican National Convention, Milwaukee

July 30, 2024: Arizona State Primary

August 1, 2024: Tennessee State Primary

August 6, 2024: Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Washington State Primary

August 10, 2024: Hawaii State Primary

August 13, 2024: Connecticut,Minnesota,Wisconsin State Primary

August 20, 2024: Alaska, Florida, Wyoming State Primary

August 19-22, 2024: : 2024 Democratic National Convention, Chicago

September 3, 2024: Massachusetts State primary

September 10, 2024: New Hampshire and Rhode Island State primary

September 10, 2024: Presidential Debate, hosted by ABC

November 5, 2024: Louisiana State primary

December 10, 2024: (at least six days prior to the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December): the "safe harbor" deadline under the Electoral Count Act, where states must finally resolve any controversies over the selection of their electors of the Electoral College.

December 16, 2024: (the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December): The electors meet in their respective state capitals and the District of Columbia to formally vote for president and vice president. The number of states that prohibit faithless electors is subject to change. In 2020, 33 states and DC had such laws.

December 17, 2024: Electors cast their votes

January 6, 2025: : Electoral votes formally counted before a joint session of Congress; the President of the Senate formally announces the electoral result.

January 20, 2025: Inauguration Day.

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