If you have any concerns about the status of your postal ballot when the mail is slowing down, you can check here that it has been received and counted.
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This story originally appeared on PC Mag
The 2020 vote looks very different across the country. People will be voting by absenteeism, and with the postal system experiencing long delays, the question of whether your vote counts can be overly literal. Fortunately, most states and the DC have systems in place for voters to check whether or not their ballot has been received.
The first step, of course, is to vote and request or fill out this ballot. Once that's done, you can enter your name and date of birth in the following states to find out the status of your voting slip.
FPCA Ballot Tracker (Note: Only military personnel and their families and US citizens living abroad can track ballot papers.)