20 days out, more than 70,000 mail-in ballots already returned in North Dakota

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The United States Postal Service logo is seen on a mailbox outside a post office in Los Angeles, California, August 17, 2020. – The United States Postal Service is popularly known for delivering mail despite snow, rain or heat, but it faces a new foe in President Donald Trump. Ahead of the November 3 elections in which millions of voters are expected to cast ballots by mail due to the coronavirus, Trump has leveled an unprecedented attack at the USPS, opposing efforts to give the cash-strapped agency more money as part of a big new virus-related stimulus package, even as changes there have caused delays in mail delivery. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)

Tens of thousands of ballots have already been filled out and mailed back less than three weeks before Election Day.

The Secretary of State’s office says over 195,000 absentee and mail-in ballots were sent out statewide for the 2020 general election.

As of Wednesday afternoon, more than 77,000 of those ballots have been returned.

If you plan to vote by mail, you have until Monday, November 2nd to have your ballot postmarked and mailed in.

Click here to check the status of your ballot.

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