CAN EARLY VOTERS CHANGE THEIR VOTES?

Written by Dennis Michael Lynch

Earlier this week I wrote an op-ed about why I do not like early voting.  You can read the op-ed by clicking here.  The op-ed offers explanations about why some states offer early voting, and I express reasons how it can negatively effect an election.

Of all my opinions given, the one that stands out most today is this one: Anything can happen in a presidential election. By voting early, early voters cut themselves short in the event something negative happens to the candidate they voted for.

With just ten days left until Nov. 8, it was revealed yesterday that Hillary Clinton is once again under FBI investigation for her private email server. Thus, the question becomes can citizens who voted early change their votes?  Here is a video that provides the answer:

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