To be clear, early voting is distinct from voting by mail (also known as ‘absentee voting’). Early voting happens at a physical polling place; voting by mail is done remotely, with a ballot that is sent to your place of residence. You can learn more about your state’s rules for voting by mail--including how to request and return your ballot--on
Have you made your plan to vote
yet? If you are voting in-person, think through what day and time you’re going to your polling place, how you’re going to get there, and whether or not you should bring along family members or friends. If you’re planning on casting a mail-in ballot, consider dropping it off at your local election office (or a polling place or secure ballot box, if your state allows). Please email email@example.com
with any questions.
As always, the Sikh Coalition urges you to practice your faith fearlessly.
Note: The Sikh Coalition is a non-partisan, non-profit organization. All Get Out The Vote (GOTV) work is being done in support of broader Sikh American civic engagement, and not for the benefit of any candidate, elected official, or political party.