Yes, for certain qualified voters, the county clerk’s office will have a voting machine available for in-person absentee ballot voting at least twelve (12) working days prior to the date of the election. You can vote early if you will be out of the county on Election Day, if you are in the military, a dependent of a person in the military, or a citizen living overseas, if you are temporarily residing outside your county, if you or your spouse have surgery scheduled for Election Day, if you are a pregnant woman in your third trimester, or if you are a certain election official.
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