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In most states and the District of Columbia, qualified voters have the opportunity to cast a ballot in person, by mail or by absentee ballot. It is critical that the issue of Alzheimer's remain a top priority with elected officials. Between busy schedules, long lines and last-minute emergencies, there are many factors that can make getting to the polls on election day difficult, and even prevent people from voting. Voting early ensures that you don't miss the opportunity to support candidates who are champions on critical Alzheimer's and dementia related issues.