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If you've received a mail ballot but have changed your mind and want to vote in person, there's some good news: You probably can do this.

The details differ from state to state. In some, you'll be allowed to cast a regular ballot, and in others you'll cast a “provisional" ballot, to be counted once election officials determine you haven't already voted.

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A top Trump administration appointee resigned on Sunday over the administration's latest attack on federal workers. In a scathing letter, he accused the administration of creating a "smokescreen" for its attempt to ensure federal employees show total loyalty to Donald Trump.

Ronald Sanders, who Trump picked in 2017 to chair the Federal Salary Council, wrote that he was resigning "with great regret," but that he "concluded that as a matter of conscience, I can no longer serve him or his administration."

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