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Voting Time-Off Laws by State

Filed under Managing the Workplace. Fact checked on May 25, 2012.

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State law may govern the time-off requirements for voting that employers must follow for their employees.

Many states have laws that require private employers to give employees time off to vote. The laws vary among states, and time-off for voting may only be required under certain circumstances. In addition, state law may require that the employee must be paid for this time.

Click on your shaded state on the map for which requirements you must meet regarding voting leave for your employees.

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  1. Alabama - Time Off for Voting Rules
  2. Alaska - Time Off for Voting Rules
  3. Arizona - Time Off for Voting Rules
  4. Arkansas: Time Off for Voting Rules
  5. California - Time Off for Voting Rules
  6. Colorado - Time Off for Voting Rules
  7. Connecticut - Time Off for Voting Rules
  8. Delaware - Time Off for Voting Rules
  9. District of Columbia - Time Off for Voting Rules
  10. Florida - Time Off for Voting Rules
  11. Georgia - Time Off for Voting Rules
  12. Hawaii - Time Off for Voting Rules
  13. Idaho - Time Off for Voting Rules
  14. Illinois - Time Off for Voting Rules
  15. Indiana - Time Off for Voting Rules
  16. Iowa - Time Off for Voting Rules
  17. Kansas - Time Off for Voting Rules
  18. Kentucky - Time Off for Voting Rules
  19. Louisiana - Time Off for Voting Rules
  20. Maine - Time Off for Voting Rules
  21. Maryland - Time Off for Voting Rules
  22. Massachusetts - Time Off for Voting Rules
  23. Michigan - Time Off for Voting Rules
  24. Minnesota - Time Off for Voting Rules
  25. Mississippi - Time Off for Voting Rules
  1. Missouri - Time Off for Voting Rules
  2. Montana - Time Off for Voting Rules
  3. Nebraska - Time Off for Voting Rules
  4. Nevada - Time Off for Voting Rules
  5. New Hampshire - Time Off for Voting Rules
  6. New Jersey - Time Off for Voting Rules
  7. New Mexico - Time Off for Voting Rules
  8. New York - Time Off for Voting Rules
  9. North Carolina - Time Off for Voting Rules
  10. North Dakota - Time Off for Voting Rules
  11. Ohio - Time Off for Voting Rules
  12. Oklahoma - Time Off for Voting Rules
  13. Oregon - Time Off for Voting Rules
  14. Pennsylvania - Time Off for Voting Rules
  15. Rhode Island - Time Off for Voting Rules
  16. Puerto Rico - Time Off for Voting Rules
  17. South Carolina - Time Off for Voting Rules
  18. South Dakota - Time Off for Voting Rules
  19. Tennessee - Time Off for Voting Rules
  20. Texas - Time Off for Voting Rules
  21. Utah - Time Off for Voting Rules
  22. Vermont - Time Off for Voting Rules
  23. Virginia - Time Off for Voting Rules
  24. Washington - Time Off for Voting Rules
  25. West Virginia - Time Off for Voting Rules
  26. Wisconsin - Time Off for Voting Rules
  27. Wyoming - Time Off for Voting Rules

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