These States Allow You To Change Your Vote Up Until Election Day

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MICHIGAN -- It's human nature to be indecisive at times and right now people are making the hardest decision of 2016: who'll be their next president? So, for obvious reasons, it kind of sucks you can't change your mind once you cast your vote. Unless you live in Wisconsin.

Early voters there can legally change their mind up to three times before their official ballot is counted. So, say they initially vote for him but then change their mind to her.

No problem.

They'll just need to show up to the polls on election day , get their original vote voided, then re-vote.

Other states like, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut and Mississippi also lets early voters do one-to-two switcharoos up until election day.

But, deep in the heart of Texas, there's no such thing as a "change of heart" in politics.


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