Voting at home — also known as voting by mail — is a secure, time-tested way to increase voter participation. Voters get their ballot delivered to them weeks before Election Day, fill it out at their convenience, then return it either in-person or by mail.
Explore our latest map below showing data on states' vote at home policies as of November 2021
Much has been written about the success of temporary policies states put in place for mailed-out ballot access during the 2020 election due to the pandemic. The resulting use of those ballots, and the percentage of the popular vote they represented was indeed stunning.
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