Registration Deadlines, state by state

Alabama: in person/online/mail is Oct 22.

Alaska: in person/online/mail is Oct 7.

Arizona: in person/online/mail is Oct 9.

Arkansas: in person/mail is Oct 9.
Online registration is not available.

California: in person/online/mail is Oct 22.
Register at election office & vote with provisional ballot.
The vote will be counted when registration is verified.

Colorado: by mail/online is Oct 29.
Register in person by Election Day.
Connecticut: in person/mail/online is Oct 30.
Residents can register to vote through Election Day at local election office.

Delaware: in person/online/mail is Oct 13.

DC: in person is Election Day, by mail/online is Oct 16.

Florida: in person/mail/online is Oct 9.
Georgia: in person, by mail/online is Oct 9.

Hawaii: in person/mail/online is Oct 9.
Residents who miss deadline can register to vote & cast ballot during early voting or Election Day.
Idaho: in person up to Election Day, by mail/online is Oct 12.

Illinois: in person is Oct 9, online is Oct 21.
After that, register & vote at local election office during “grace period.”

Indiana: in person/mail/online is Oct 9.
Iowa: online is Oct 27, mail is Oct 22.
Register & vote in person on Election Day.

Kansas: in person/online/mail is Oct 16.

Kentucky: in person/online/mail is Oct 9.

Louisiana: in person or by mail is Oct 9, online until Oct 16.
Maine: by mail is Oct 16, in person until Election Day.
Maine doesn't have online registration.

Maryland: in person is Oct 16 or during early voting with a state-issued ID, by mail/online is Oct 16.

Massachusetts: in person/online is Oct 17, by mail is Oct 16.
Michigan: in person/mail is Oct 9.
Online voter registration is not available.

Minnesota: online/mail is Oct 16, in person until Election Day.

Mississippi: in person is Oct 8, by mail Oct. 9.
There's no online voting registration.

Missouri: by mail/person_online is Oct 10.
Montana: in person is Oct 7, by mail, the form must be received by Oct 10.
After that, late registration is available through Election Day at county election offices.
Online registration is not available.

Nebraska: by mail/online is Oct 19, in person up to Oct 26.
Nevada: by mail/in person Oct 9, online Oct 18.

New Hampshire: in person is on Election Day, by mail form must be received Oct 27.
Residents can't register online.

New Jersey: in person/mail is Oct 16.
There's no online registration.

New Mexico: in person/mail/online is Oct 9.
NY: in person/online is Oct 12, by mail, form must be received Oct 17.

North Carolina: in person/mail is Oct 12.
Extended to Oct 15 for 28 counties affected by Hurricane Florence.
Oct 17 to Nov 3, register & vote at one-stop early voting sites.
Residents cannot register online.
North Dakota: Voters not required to register before Election Day, but must bring acceptable proof of ID & residency to the polls.

Ohio: in person/mail/online is Oct 9.

Oklahoma: in person/mail is Oct 12.
Online registration is not available.
Oregon: in person/mail/online is Oct 16. Many of the state’s residents are automatically registered when they renew their driver’s licenses.

Pennsylvania: in person/online/mail is Oct 9.

Rhode Island: in person/mail/online is Oct 7.
South Carolina: in person/mail/online is Oct 17.
Extended 10 days, from Oct 7 because of Hurricane Florence.

South Dakota: in person is Oct 22, by mail, form must be received by Oct 22.
Online registration is not available.

Tennessee: in person/mail/online is Oct 9.
Texas: in person/mail is Oct 9.

Utah: by mail is Oct 9, in person/online is Oct 30.

Vermont: Voters can register online or in person through Election Day.

Virginia: in person/online/mail is Oct 15.

Washington: online/mail is Oct 8, in person by Oct 29.
West Virginia: in person/online/mail is Oct 16.

Wisconsin: online/mail is Oct 17, in person up until Election Day.

Wyoming: in person is on Election Day, by mail, form must be received by Oct 22.
Online registration is not available.

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