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Early Voters Can Change Their Ballot

By | 2020-03-04T14:35:11-05:00 March 4th, 2020|Michigan, News|

So what if you voted already in Michigan’s primary and the person you voted for has dropped out – like Buttigieg, Steyer or Klobuchar – or you’ve just changed your mind about who you want to vote for? It’s still possible to change your vote!
Start by contacting your city or township clerk’s office. They will provide you with a “spoiled ballot” form and give you a new ballot.
Most cities and townships have these forms available on their websites, or you can go in person to your city or township hall, get the form and vote again right then. But you have to do it by 4 p.m. on Monday, March 9. You can’t change your vote on voting day.
Find out more about the process online at:

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