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How to Check the Status of Your Ballot in Nevada, Georgia, Arizona & all 50 States

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Many states notify a voter automatically if their vote is rejected, typically it’s because the voters ballot signature does not match their signature on file. But in most states you must check the status of your ballot yourself, online.  And each state has their own cut-off date for how long a voter has, to correct the mistake:

How do I know if there’s a problem with my ballot? In 18 states—including California, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, and Ohio—voters are automatically notified by the state of any discrepancies and given the opportunity to fix them. If there’s an issue with your ballot, election officials may contact you by mail, email, or phone alerting you to fix your ballot. If you don’t live in one of the states that automatically notify you about ballot concerns, you can track the status of your ballot to confirm that your ballot was received and counted.

Nevada Voters: 
If you voted absentee check the status of your ballot now:  https://www.nvsos.gov/votersearch/
If it was REJECTED…you have until THURSDAY 11/12 to fix it and make sure your vote counts. https://democrats.org/NV-ballot/

Georgia Voters:
If you voted absentee in Georgia, please check the status of your ballot now: https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do
If it was REJECTED…you have until 5pm on Friday, 11/6 to fix it and make sure your vote counts. democrats.org/ga-ballot/

Arizona Voters:
If you voted absentee in Georgia, please check the status of your ballot now: https://my.arizona.vote/AbsenteeTracker.aspx
If it was REJECTED…you have until TUESDAY 11/10 to fix it and make sure your vote counts: https://democrats.org/az-ballot/

Here are the ballot checking sites for all 50 states:

 

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