Transcript for How voting rules and deadlines differ in Minnesota and Wisconsin
In the final countdown to the election it's "Your voice, your vote," and we are helping to make it count by breaking down the rules and voting deadlines in key battleground states. Let's go to Minnesota here. A federal appeals court ruled absentee ballots there will need to be received by local officials by 8:00 on election night to be counted. The court ordering any ballots received after polls close in the state to be segregated or separated in a way that would allow their votes to be removed from voting totals if they are ruled invalid after the election. Now, if your ballot is not received by election day, you can vote in person. If you haven't mailed your ballot yet you can hand deliver it to your county election office but you must do so by 3:00 P.M. On election day. Let's go to Wisconsin now. The potential for a delay in election night results is now growing. The state's sixth largest county will be duplicating all misprinted ballots, more than 13,000 ballots in the county were misprinted with a scratch mark that makes them unrea by voting machines, so the county will have to refill out all the misprinted ballots onto new ballots and then run each one through the machines. And for those who plan to vote in person, remember, you will need to show an acceptable photo I.D. At your polling P for more information on how to vote in your state, you can go to fivethirtyeight.com. Of course, tune in as well on election night for our complete coverage all night long as the results roll in, George Stephanopoulos will anchor our live coverage with our powerhouse political team at election headquarters in new York, D.C. And Delaware, plus, we'll have correspondents reporting live from battleground states across the country. That is on Tuesday, November 3rd, starting at 7:00 P.M. Eastern.
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