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‘Can I Change My Vote’ searches have recently spiked on Google, according to Breitbart News.
As new and compromising information continues to come to light connecting Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, to international criminal activity, social media touts a significant trend in a particular search– “Can I change my vote?” And data from Google confirms these claims about the trend.
BTW, did you hear that “Can I change my vote” is trending as a search term on Google? ROFL!
Started peaking right after the final debate / Hunter Biden controversy. This is why social media is trying so hard to censor.#FoxAndFriends
— Nick Flor-ProfessorF (@ProfessorF) October 27, 2020
Nearly 60 million early ballots have already been cast and apparently some voters are having second thoughts in the wake of these breaking news stories. Which is probably why the mainstream media has refused to cover and tried so hard to bury these stories. Luckily for unsure voters, there are some states where you are permitted to change your vote, with certain restrictions.
New York–if you have already submitted an absentee ballot, you can go to your polling place during early voting or on Election Day and cast a new vote, in which case the absentee ballot will not be counted.
Michigan–if you have already submitted a ballot, you can submit a written and signed request to their voting clerk by 5 p.m. Oct. 30 requesting to have the ballot nullified, and then cast a new vote.
New Hampshire–If you have already submitted a ballot, you can go to the polls on Election Day during the first hour of opening and vote in person, or before your absentee ballot is processed.
Wisconsin–a voter can cancel their original absentee ballot and request a new one if there is sufficient time, but the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot by mail is Oct. 29.
Connecticut–depending on the town and local city officials, voters can request to rescinded their ballots and can be issued a new ballot.
Many other states have rules for “spoiled” ballots and how to receive a new one as long as the vote has not been processed, and some states may also require an affidavit.
Democrat ballots are far outnumbering Republican ballots during these weeks of early voting. And considering the damaging information that is being made public almost daily, President Trump is confident that most of these searches are hoping to change their vote to him.
Strongly Trending (Google) since immediately after the second debate is CAN I CHANGE MY VOTE? This refers changing it to me. The answer in most states is YES. Go do it. Most important Election of your life!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2020