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What To Do If You Change Your Mind About Voting By Mail

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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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