Yes. Any registered voter may vote early in person at their city or town clerk’s office, beginning thirty (30) days prior to any primary or general election, or twenty (20) days prior to any municipal election. You can also complete an early voter absentee ballot and submit it by mail to your city or town clerk’s office. Absentee ballots are mailed to voters beginning thirty (30) days prior to the election.
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