Find answers to many student questions about how Election Day works and what happens if the election results aren't immediately clear.
Video clips with Dr. David Crockett, an American Presidency scholar from Trinity's Department of Political Science, and Professor Alex Gallin-Parisi, Outreach & Engagement Librarian and Political Science Librarian at Trinity's Coates Library, all have closed captioning.
Infographic from https://www.usa.gov/election
***NOTE: Neither Alex Gallin-Parisi or David Crockett knew the answer to which states do not have in-person early voting. The correct answer is six states do not offer pre-Election Day in-person voting options: Connecticut, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, and South Carolina.
Please see State Laws Governing Early Voting from the National Conference of State Legislators to find out more about states' early voting laws. While the 2020 election will have certain policy changes, this is the most up-to-date information.