Can I vote in person after requesting a ballot?

If you change your mind and want to vote in person after being approved for a mail in ballot you can bring your ballot and the envelopes to the polls with you. You will need to give your ballot and envelopes to a poll worker at your designated polling location and they will void it for you; enabling you to vote in person. The poll workers will have access to look up mail-in ballot requests, so if you forget to bring your mail-in ballot & envelopes with you, you will be given a provisional ballot to complete at your polling location. This ballot will only be counted once we verify that your mail-in ballot has not been received by the Election Board. 

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1. How do I check my voter registration status?
2. How do I register to vote?
3. My mail-in ballot application was declined because it was a duplicate. What does that mean?
4. I do not want to return my completed mail-in ballot via US postal mail. What are my options?
5. What is a "naked ballot"?
6. How do I check the status of my mail-in ballot?
7. Can I drop off a family member’s ballot?
8. What do I do if my mail-in ballot is damaged? Do I need to return the damaged ballot?
9. Can I vote in person after requesting a ballot?
10. How can I verify my polling place?
11. How can I become a poll worker?
12. How can I view a sample ballot for the upcoming election?
13. As a first-time voter, do I need to bring proof of identification to the polls?
14. What is the minimum age to volunteer to work at the polls?