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10/2: QUESTION: CAN I STILL VOTE IN PERSON EVEN IF I RECEIVE A MAIL-IN BALLOT? ANSWER: YES. I just called the Registrar of Voters in Santa Rosa ... Santa Rosa (565-6800). My question: When I receive my ballot in the mail this coming week, what do I do if I would prefer to have my vote treated as an in-person vote? The answer (drum roll please) is: Take your ballot to an in-person voting location and turn it in, saying you want to exchange it for an in-person ballot. They'll hand you a new ballot and you can vote right there on-site. And no, it doesn't matter if you've already opened the mail-in ballot and written on it. Just don't seal it up and sign it, because then it will look final and might cause some problems.

Diana Rich, Sebastopol City Council
321 S. Main St. #60 
Sebastopol CA 95472
FPPC #1430199
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