If I have an absentee ballot, but decide I want to vote in person on election day, can I still vote at my voting location on Election Day?

Yes. If you no longer want to use your mail-in ballot, you must surrender your ballot to your voting location in order to vote in person. If you do not bring your mail-in ballot, you will have to vote a provisional ballot.

You can also drop off your completed mail-in ballot at any precinct location’s drop box located at the Chief’s table or the drop box at the Voter Registration office until 7pm. 

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1. When are the polls open?
2. Where do I vote? How can I find my voting location?
3. How do I know who will be on my ballot?
4. Why did my voting location change?
5. Can I vote at the Office of Elections on Election Day?
6. I am not registered to vote. Can I still vote?
7. How do I vote curbside?
8. Do I need an ID to vote? What do I need to bring with me to vote?
9. What do I do with my mailed in ballot?
10. How do I know who my current representatives are?
11. Why should I feel secure about the election process in Louisa County?
12. I live in Mineral. Why do I not get to vote for town offices?
13. If I have an absentee ballot, but decide I want to vote in person on election day, can I still vote at my voting location on Election Day?
14. Where can I find information on Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) requests?