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By Isabella Grullón Paz and Margaret Kramer

Election Day is Nov. 6, but voter registration deadlines in many states are well before that. So far, no deadlines have passed, though many are close.

Here’s a list of each state’s voter registration deadline. The mail deadlines are when the applications should be postmarked, unless stated otherwise. Some states allow you to register through Election Day, but may have special requirements to do so.

Registered already? Here is a list of states that allow early voting.

Tap on a state’s name for more detailed information.

  • Alabama: The deadline to register in person, online or by mail is Oct. 22.

  • Alaska: The deadline to register in person, online or by mail is Oct. 7.

  • Arizona: The deadline to register in person, online or by mail is Oct. 9.

  • Arkansas: The deadline to register in person or by mail is Oct. 9. Online registration is not available.

  • California: The deadline to register in person, online or by mail is Oct. 22. Residents who miss the deadline can still register at an election office and vote with a provisional ballot. The vote will be counted when the registration is verified.

  • Colorado: The deadline to register by mail or online is Oct. 29. Residents can register in person by Election Day.

  • Connecticut: The deadline to register in person, by mail or online is Oct. 30. Residents can still register to vote through Election Day at a local election office.

  • Delaware: The deadline to register in person, online or by mail is Oct. 13.

  • District of Columbia: The deadline to register in person is Election Day. The deadline to register by mail or online is Oct. 16.

  • Florida: The deadline to register in person, by mail or online is Oct. 9.

  • Georgia: The deadline to register in person, by mail or online is Oct. 9.

  • Hawaii: The deadline to register in person, by mail or online is Oct. 9. Residents who miss the deadline can still register to vote and cast a ballot during early voting or on Election Day.

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