Yes. Last week, American astronaut Kate Rubins cast ballot from the International Space Station (ISS). The tweet mentions "From the International Space Station: I voted today".
NASA officials said in the Tumblr post that the "voting process starts a year before launch, when astronauts are able to select which elections (local/state/federal) that they want to participate in while in space".
Kate Rubins, a US Astronaut, voted from overseas the International Space Station on October 22, 2020.
Meanwhile, SpaceX is not the only company that pays astronauts into space for NASA. Rubins and several other astronauts live in the vicinity of the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Rubinz voted from the International Space Station.
"The arrival of Crew-1 will increase the regular crew size of the space station's expedition missions from six to seven astronauts, adding to the amount of crew time available for research", NASA said in the statement.
They will be casting their votes from the ISS. "The clerk has their own password to ensure they are the only one who can open the ballot".
Once approved by the FCPA, the astronaut sends a test ballot to a team at NASA's Johnson Space Center, according to NASA, the county clerk who manages the election in the astronaut's home county.
"Voting in area has been attainable since 1997 when a invoice handed to legally permit voting from area in Texas", NASA stated in an announcement. A space station test is then used to test the computer to see if it can be filled and sent back to the county clerk.
Most U.S. astronauts reside in Houston, where Texas law allows them to vote from space using a secure electronic ballot process.
The U.S. space agency said Monday that it is now aiming for a November 14 liftoff of a spacecraft developed by U.S. company SpaceX, which will carry Japan's Soichi Noguchi and three other astronauts. Then they ship an e-mail with crew-member particular credentials to the astronaut.
Speaking with the Associated Press last month, the scientist discussed the importance of voting, pointing out to fellow US citizens that if she can do it, then they can as well.