**NOTE: Please check your state's mail-in ballot deadline before mailing in your ballot.
Infectious disease specialist Dr. Ravina Kullar shares good practices for safely voting in person. She shares that you're if you're immunosuppressed or have other conditions that you should consider voting by mail. Dr. Kullar recommends voting midday when lines might be shorter. When you are at your polling place, you should wear a mask, keep your distance from others, and use hand sanitizer after you touch any surfaces.