Jon Hamm is asking Colorado voters to vote early — and he’s spelling out how to do it in a new video for President Obama. While we appreciate the instructions, we can’t help but wish there were a little more Jon in the video (he’s covered by graphics for a good chunk of it).
You don't have to be from Colorado to watch the video, though, and you may also be able to vote early.
New York only offers early or absentee voting if you have an excuse (such as illness, travel or business), but many other states — including California, Florida, Maryland, and Illinois — offer in-person early voting, regardless of whether your reason is a business trip on Election Day or just a desire not to stand in line November 6.
The rules vary by state. To find out more about early voting in your town, visit your state’s Board of Elections page — or just watch the video a few (dozen) times, then vote on Election Day. You won’t get any judgment from us. (YouTube)
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