9/17: Citing the possibility that the US may leave an international mail agreement, election officials are recommending that overseas voters send their absentee ballots early.
9/9: Pennsylvania has decided to allow voters to apply for absentee ballots online this year.
8/12: The Texas Civil Rights Project is suing the state on behalf of two people who had their ballots rejected, claiming Texas has unconstitutional absentee ballot policies.
8/7: Nearly 1,000 voters in Tucson were sent primary ballots for the wrong political party, while nearly 2,000 ballots were mailed to incorrect addresses.
8/6: Alabama has changed it's voting laws so that anyone applying for an absentee ballot must provide approved voter ID.
6/20: Albany County District Attorney David Soares urged voters to be careful when allowing someone representing a campaign to fill out their absentee ballot application this election cycle.