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What if I apply to vote by mail in Colorado, but I decide later to vote in person at my polling place?

If you have applied to vote by mail in Colorado, but you decide later to vote in person, you will be permitted to cast what is called a provisional ballot. As long as you properly complete your provisional ballot at the polling place, and do not later attempt to submit your absentee or mail-in ballot, your provisional ballot will count in the election just like a regular ballot. 

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