After FBI announcement, early voters want to switch to Trump
It seems that a number of people who voted early for Democrat Hillary Clinton are having a case of buyer’s remorse and want to switch their votes to Trump after FBI Director James Comey said he was looking further into her emails.
Seven day trend for these searches. #CanYouChangeYourEarlyVote spiked at 5pm on Friday afternoon. pic.twitter.com/IocD7y30LO
— Reno Berkeley (@RenoBerkeley) October 31, 2016
As it turns out, early voters in some states can change their ballots.
“Wisconsin state law actually allows a person to change their mind and vote a new ballot if they have submitted an absentee ballot,” said Neil Albrecht, the executive director of the Milwaukee Election Commission.
Albrecht said election officials will destroy the original ballot, and voters are allowed to do that up to three times.
“I don’t need to change it, but that’s nice to know,” said Gary Mahone, of Milwaukee.
Most voters WISN 12 News spoke with said they’re confident with who they’re supporting but are concerned with the FBI’s move to re-open the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails as secretary of state.
States where you can change an early vote – MN, WI, MI, PA, NY, LA pic.twitter.com/mu5aRKxtnz
— Dave ??? (@trumpencexual) October 29, 2016
A post at Heavy.com observed:
Fox News says you can change your early or absentee vote in at least eight states: Wisconsin, Minnesota, New York, Connecticut, Louisiana, Hawaii, Pennsylvania, and Michigan. Check with your local election officials. Here’s a searchable directory. However, the Louisiana Secretary of State said the Fox News account was not accurate regarding Louisiana.
In a few other states, it wasn’t clear, so there could be more, said Fox News’ Trace Gallagher. According to Fox and Gallagher, in Minnesota, Hawaii and Connecticut, you have until November 1 to change your early vote. In Pennsylvania, you can cancel your ballot any time. In New York, you can request a new absentee ballot up until the day before the election, added Gallagher. In Wisconsin, you can change your vote three times.
Exit question: Will Democrats accuse voters who want to change their ballots of being Russian agents?
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