With the midterms only 38 days away, several states have already started early voting. There are two types of early voting – absentee and in-person voting. Absentee voting allows voters to mail in a ballot, whereas in-person voting allows voters to go to their local election office and vote just as you do on election day, except without a line. While 23 states are currently allowing absentee voting, only 5 states, Iowa, Georgia, Vermont, South Dakota, and Wyoming, have opened their offices to in-person voting, according to the National Association of Secretaries of State. Check out this link to see the details of each state.