If You Can Pass This Voting History Test, We’ll See You at the Polls

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How many states allow early voting?

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42 states in addition to the District of Columbia allow their residents to vote early and avoid long polling lines. 

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42 states in addition to the District of Columbia allow their residents to vote early and avoid long polling lines. 

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