In many states you can vote early in person. Given Trumps efforts to undermine the postal service, if this is available in your area it may be worth considering (and is generally a great option to avoid long lines).
The US Vote Foundation has an excellent chart of all the methods and options available.
vote.org also has great information and tools, including election reminders.
Here’s a breakdown of when voting starts, with links giving details.
Recently, an old friend of mine asked the following
How much of this is hyperbole? From an outsiders perspective much of the USA (news, politics, entertainment, ..) is loaded with hyperbole. Facts & intellectual discussion seem to be obscured by emotions and extremes.
in response to a post linking American Democracy Will Die in 150 Days and having the following lead:
There is only one issue in this US election: Fascism vs not Fascism.
If you’re interested in political history (or just current affairs viewed through the lens of a political historian) haven’t come across Heather Cox Richardson, I highly recommend her daily summaries.
Specific to this one, it’s worth remembering that we still have an election running and, it seems that the Republican Party is intent on using the pandemic as a way of magnifying their power.
In this case, we have primary elections which really should be either postponed, moved to vote by mail or otherwise have significant allowances for the pandemic.