The polling place chief judge at the Enka/Candler Library in Buncombe County, Beth Aldecoa, sprays hand sanitizer on a voter's hands as she enters. Colby Rabon / Carolina Public Press

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Voters who requested absentee ballots may change their minds and choose to vote in-person, either early (through Saturday, Oct. 31) or on Election Day. Be clear with voting officials about your choice. Let them know if you have already mailed the ballot but it has not yet been accepted so they can cancel it.

Elections reporter Jordan Wilkie explains:

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