When voting in the US stops on election day – tech2.org

When voting in the US stops on election day


Americans will have the opportunity to lead elections on Tuesday amid an epidemic that has preserved the traditional way elections are conducted in the US

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When voting stops in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. All times are adjusted for Eastern time. Local time in which elections are close is also taken into consideration.

6 PM ET

Indiana (6 pm local time: most of the state is in eastern time zone, while some is in central time zone)

Kentucky (6 pm local time: some states in eastern time zone, some in central time)

7 pm ET

Florida (7 pm local time: most of the state is in eastern time zone, part is in central time zone)

Georgia (7 pm local time)

new Hampshire (Most voting is 7 pm local time, although may vary by municipality)

South Carolina (7 pm local time)

Vermont (7 pm local time)

Virginia (7 pm local time)

7:30 PM ET

North carolina (7:30 pm local time)

Ohio (7:30 pm local time)

West Virginia (7:30 pm local time)

8 am ET

Alabama (7 pm local time)

Connecticut (8 pm local time)

Delaware (8 pm local time)

District of Columbia (8 pm local time)

Illinois (7 pm local time)

Kansas (7 pm local time, but some elections may be open later)

Main (8 pm local time)

Maryland (8 pm local time)

Massachusetts (8 pm local time)

Mississippi (7 pm local time)

Missouri (7 pm local time)

New jersey (8 pm local time)

North dakota (7 pm local time: parts of the state are in mountain time)

Oklahoma (7 pm local)

Pennsylvania (8 pm local time)

Rhode Island (8 pm local time)

South dakota (7 pm local time)

Tennessee (8 pm local time in eastern time zone, 7 pm local time in central time zone)

Texas (7 pm local time: Parts of the state are in Mountain Time and will close at 9 pm ET)

8:30 PM ET

Arkansas (7:30 pm local time)

9 PM ET

Arizona (7 pm local time)

Colorado (7 pm local time)

Louisiana (8 pm local time)

Michigan (8 pm local time)

Minnesota (8 pm local time)

Nebraska (8 pm Central Time, 7 pm Mountain Time)

new Mexico (7 pm local time)

New York (9 pm local time)

Wisconsin (8 pm local time)

Wyoming (7 pm local time)

10 AM ET

Idaho (8 pm local time)

Iowa (9 pm local time)

Montana (8 pm local time)

Nevada (7 pm local time)

Utah (8 pm local time)

11 am ET

California (8 pm local time)

Oregon (8 pm local time) – Oregon is an all-vote-by-mail state; Ballots should be received by 8 pm local time

Washington (8 pm local time)

12 PM ET

Alaska (8 pm local time)

airy (7 pm local time)

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