Rules for registering in-person versus mail-in-voting for key states

ABC News’ Whit Johnson clarifies the rules and voting deadlines for Minnesota and Arizona.
1:04 | 10/25/20

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With early voting happening now, it is your voice your vote. We're breaking down the rules and voting deadlines in some of the key states. In Minnesota the deadline for registering online or by mail has passed. Minnesota resident can register in person at poling places on election day, November 3rd. Minnesota agreed to drop the witness requirement for mail-in ballots. More than 1.1 million ballots have been accepted statewide. That's almost twice as many as in the 2016 election. In Arizona the voter registration deadline was October 15th. You can sign up for a permanent early voting list which means they'll automatically be sent a ballot by mail. 3 million of the state's voters have signed up for that list. Counties are required to have one tamper-proof rob boxes.

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