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For those early voters who already cast their ballots absentee for Amy Klobuchar or Pete Buttigieg, what's next?
Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar announced Monday, just a day ahead of Super Tuesday and Minnesota's primary, that she is ending her bid for president and throwing her support behind former Vice President Joe Biden.
The announcement came one day after Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, ended his campaign.
So for those who voted early and chose those candidates, is it too late to switch to someone else?
The answer is a bit complicated.
“If the voter’s absentee ballot has already been accepted, there is no way to vote again," said Hennepin County Election Official Ginny Gelms.
That means if you voted absentee in person, you're out of luck.
However, if you mailed a ballot in recently, it's possible that it has not yet been accepted. In Hennepin County, Gelms said, you can call the county — or the city of Minneapolis if you're a Minneapolis voter - and ask them to "reject" your mailed-in ballot.
If you're successful in that endeavor, you will need to re-cast a ballot, according to Gelms. You can either do that in person on Monday, at your absentee voting location; or on Super Tuesday (March 3) at your Primary Election Day polling place.
Voters can check their absentee ballot status at mnvotes.org. If it says it's been "accepted," then it's too late to change it.
Gelms also said that election officials will not let voters know which candidates are still in the running. It's up to the voter to find that out from their party or their candidate.
"This is so that election judges can remain neutral," Gelms said.