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Sun Sep 27, 2020, 05:29 AM

If you request a mail-in ballot in Pennsylvania, can you change your mind and vote in person? [View all]

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The quick answer is, I wouldn’t - your name will appear on the voting rolls (the page you sign at the polling place) as having requested an absentee ballot and you will be required to vote by provisional ballot, which will not be counted until up to 7 days after the election.

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Freddie Sep 2020 OP
dem4decades Sep 2020 #1
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Voltaire2 Sep 2020 #3
PA Democrat Sep 2020 #4
HockeyMom Sep 2020 #6
Dark n Stormy Knight Sep 2020 #9
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