With Trump declaring war on mail in ballots, you may want to verify that you ballot was received and counted.
(UPDATE: Oct. 28, 2020, 12:06 p.m. PDT: As of Oct. 28, officials recommend against returning your mail-in ballot via the USPS. Instead, if you are able, the recommendation is now to return it directly to an official ballot drop-off location yourself. This will ensure that your ballot is received ahead of your state’s deadline.)
You may want to check whether or not your ballot was received and counted.
How to track your mail-in ballot at every step and make sure it’s counted in November