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(219 posts)
1. In Georgia, you take it to your polling place.
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 11:19 AM
Oct 2020

They will cancel it, and then you will cast your ballot like a traditional vote



(44,956 posts)
3. In OH a voter can deliver his or her ballot on election day to the board of elections.
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 11:21 AM
Oct 2020

Can't take ballots to the polling places.
Won't be able to vote on election day by a regular ballot if absentee was requested.


(4,883 posts)
4. You should check for your specific state.
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 11:22 AM
Oct 2020

Every state has their own laws.

Info should be available on your state's Secretary of State website.


(25,614 posts)
9. Clearly you haven't been paying much attention.
Thu Oct 29, 2020, 12:21 PM
Oct 2020

This kind of thing has been asked and answered dozens, maybe hundreds of times in the past two months.

As several others have already said, check the laws in your state. Every state is a bit different. Some absolutely require mail in only, so if your ballot isn't already in the mail, you may be s.o.l. on your ballot being received and counted. Unless your state accepts and counts ballots received after November 3.

The internet is your friend.

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