Yes. Any registered voter may vote by absentee ballot, either by mail or in person at the office of the clerk or recorder. If you apply for and vote an absentee ballot in person in your local clerk or recorder’s office, however, you must do so no later than the Friday prior to the election. The clerk or recorder may also designate other early voting sites.
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