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En español | The U.S. midterm elections are Tuesday, Nov. 8, and voters who haven’t already voted early or by mail will take to the polls to decide federal, state and local contests, along with some state constitutional amendments and ballot initiatives.
More than 40 million Americans are already believed to have voted early or by mail, and millions more are expected at polling places across the country.
But voting procedures have changed in many states since 2020, and redistricting following the 2020 U.S. Census may have changed which local races and candidates appear on your ballot. We’ve spoken with election officials in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, for our comprehensive guides to when, where and how to vote this year.
Find out how to vote in your state, and read all AARP’s election coverage, including top issues for older Americans and exclusive polling, at aarp.org/elections.
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