Transcript for How voting rules and deadlines differ in some key states
breaking down the rules and voting deadlines in some of the key states. So let's go to North Carolina first here. The last day to request an absentee ballot is October 27th. Ballots must be postmarked by election day. But the state is allowing until November 12th for those to be received in case the mail is slow. Voters must complete their absentee ballot in front of a witness and the witness must also sign that ballot envelope. North Carolina voters have already requested 1.4 million absentee ballots. Let's go to Texas now. Another potential battleground state. Absentee ballots must be postmarked by 7:00 P.M. On election day and received no later than 5:00 P.M. The day after the election. If you are voting in person, you are required to show a photo I.D. There. At the polls no one is allowed to use wireless communication devices, that includes cell phones and cameras within 100 feet of voting stations. Right now, Texas leads early vote counts with nearly 6.4 million ballots already being cast by mail or in person. For more information on how to vote in your state, you can go to fivethirtyeight.com. Dan over to you. We want to remind everybody we'll have election night coverage all night long led by George Stephanopoulos and the team at election headquarters in New York, D.C. And Delaware plus correspondents reporting live from battleground states across the country including correspondents named Eva and whit, November 3rd, 7:00 eastern right here on ABC.
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