On Election Day, America will select a new President.
A significant portion of Americans will vote by absentee ballot.
What is an absentee ballot?
The absentee ballot looks like the regular ballot.
It's a form that allows you to vote, even if you're out of the state or country.
Every state has their own rules for absentee ballots.
If you're a registered voter and live out of the country or the state you're registered in, you can get an absentee ballot.
Voters need to request a ballot roughly 90-days before election day.
The ballot must be filled out, signed, and mailed in on time.
Counting of absentee ballots begins on election day.