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Early voters can still change their mind in Indiana

You can update your ballot until early voting ends
Posted at 5:38 PM, Oct 31, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS -- Thousands of voters have already cast their ballot early in this year’s election, but in Indiana – they can still change their votes until the deadline.

Marion County Election officials say every voter that has cast their ballot early can still come in before noon on November 7, to change their vote.

 “But we have had zero incidents where that has happened in Marion County,” said Marion County Clerk Myla Eldridge.

With a record number of voters turning up to cast their ballots early, it’s something most voters say they didn’t even know was an option.

 “I think that is interesting, “said voter Kevin Ruble. “I don’t know if I would exercise it, but I think it’s interesting. “

Voters have until noon on Monday November 7 to vote early, or change your early vote. 

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