I requested an absentee ballot; can I vote on Election Day?

If you have your absentee ballot, you can still vote on Election Day. When you arrive at your polling location, the poll book election inspectors will see that you’ve been issued an absentee ballot.  You can vote only if you haven’t returned the ballot.  It’s illegal to vote twice, so when you go home, please ensure you’ve destroyed the absentee ballot sent to you in the mail. 


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1. When can I vote early?
2. Where's my polling place on Election Day?
3. Have you received my absentee ballot?
4. I requested an absentee ballot; can I vote on Election Day?
5. Is it too late to request an absentee ballot?
6. Where can I return my absentee ballot?
7. Do I need a witness for my absentee ballot?
8. Do I need to register to vote?
9. Can I register to vote?
10. What ID do I need to vote?
11. What do I need to register to vote?
12. Do I need to wear a mask? Will I be safe voting in-person?
13. Is my polling place accessible to voters with disabilities? Can I vote from my car?
14. Do you still need poll workers?