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WRAL explains: Can you vote in-person after requesting an absentee ballot?
Did you decide to vote in-person after requesting your absentee ballot? Make sure to rip up that absentee ballot and go ahead and vote. Just because you requested your absentee ballot, doesn't mean you have to use it.
SO IF YOU NEED HELP, HEAD TO WRAL.COM. >>> LET'S TURN TO BRETT KNESE, OUTSIDE OF A VOTING SITE AND SELMA, IN JOHNSTON COUNTY. SET THE SCENE FOR US.>> Reporter: GET THE QUICK VOTING DAY FOR PEOPLE IN JOHNSTON COUNTY, THIS IS THE FRONT ENTRANCE HERE AT THE HARRISON HIGH SCHOOL. PEOPLE ARE GETTING IN, VOTING AND GETTING OUT OF HERE. THIS SITE OPEN UP AROUND 7:30 PEOPLE STARTED LINING UP AT 6:30. 100 PEOPLE WERE IN LINE BEFORE THE DOORS OPEN. I WANT TO TELL YOU QUICK ABOUT ABSENTEE BALLOTS, IF YOU HAVE THOSE. IF YOU'RE WANTING TO VOTE IN PERSON BUT YOU GOT AN ABSENTEE BALLOT, AND YOU WANT TO VOTE IN PERSON. YOU CAN DO THAT BUT JUST TEAR UP THE ABSENTEE BALLOT AND GO OUT TO ONE OF YOUR EARLY VOTING SITES IN YOUR COUNTY TO DO THAT. IF YOU DECIDE YOU WANT TO STILL USE THE MAILING BALLOT AND YOU FILLED IT OUT, YOU CAN DROP IT OFF AT AN EARLY VOTING SITE AS WELL. AND, YOU CAN JUST VOTE RIGHT NOW. OCTOBER 27 IS THE FINAL DAY TO