Every state except Colorado offers absentee ballots for people who are unable to vote in person during the early voting period or on Election Day.
If you've missed regular absentee ballot deadline, you might be able to apply for an emergency absentee ballot. Emergency absentee ballots are generally used by people who are hospitalized right before an election, and after the regular absentee ballot deadline has passed.
Not all states offer emergency absentee ballots, and the exact process for getting one is often unclear. If you need an emergency absentee ballot, it's best to call your Local Election Office as soon as possible. They will let you know if you qualify for an emergency ballot, and they'll help you with the application.
The table below summarizes the information we were able to find on emergency absentee ballots.
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