Re: Why I am a Poll Worker

From: Arthur Keller <voting_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Tue May 23 2006 - 12:56:45 CDT

At 6:34 PM +0200 5/23/06, Jan Karrman wrote:
>Alan Dechert wrote:
>> Besides that, early voting, which vote by mail encourages, is a problem. In
>> a radio program I was on last week, Jill LaVine, Registrar for Sacramento
>> County, said that voters sometimes call and say they want to change their
>> vote. They voted early but by Election Day they changed their mind.
>Here in Sweden it is possible to change your mind, after making an
>absentee vote, by voting at the polling place. I believe I have heard
>that in Denmark you may change your mind any number of times by sendng
>new absentee votes...

In California, if you vote absentee, then polling place votes are
provisional. If your absentee ballot is received on time, then your
provisional ballot is not counted.

Best regards,

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