How to Vote in These, Well, Unprecedented Times

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How to Vote

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By Emily Jo Warry

This year's Election Day falls on Tuesday, Nov. 3, but with a global pandemic in the mix, it will be unlike any previous election in American history.

Between universal mail-in ballots, NBA arena voting centers and an underfunded postal service, figuring out how to cast a ballot can prove unusually difficult, even for regular voters.

Registering to Vote

First, check if you're registered to vote. If you are, you likely received a card in the mail that confirmed your address and offered the option of changing your ballot to one of 18 languages. If you aren't, you can still register to vote online up until Monday, Oct. 19.

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