Once that ballot has been signed, sealed and delivered, implied finality sets in and any mistakes made in selecting a candidate or issue will forever gnaw at the back of the mind. However, for residents in certain states, there is the valid opportunity for a second chance in righting a monumental wrong. The voter rage enable write-in of an ex for president can be neutralized or the waste of a filled-in circle on an obscure third-party candidate. According to ABC news, three states currently have stipulations in place that allow for some leniency in canceling votes and obtaining a new ballot. In this election that will surely lead towards a paradigm shift, the reality of indecision can be tempered and managed thanks these specific and quirky election laws courtesy of ABC News-
Voters have a right to three ballots in Wisconsin, according to state law. If they vote at the polls or absentee, they are allowed to cancel their ballot if they believe they made the wrong choice. “Any elector who, by accident or mistake, spoils or erroneously prepares a ballot may receive another by returning the defective ballot but not to exceed three ballots in all,” state law reads.
The use of “any elector” indicates the law is applicable to people voting absentee.”
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