This year has been a surprising election season - with both the WikiLeaks document dumps surrounding the Democratic Candidate, and the sexual misconduct allegations regarding the Republican Nominee - which may have some voters reconsidering their original loyalties.
For the average voter, you have until election day to make up your mind. But what if you've already sent in an absentee ballot?
Election officials say you can take back your absentee ballot, up until one week before election day. All you have to do is call your county's board of elections, and you can have them find your ballot, void it, and send you a new one.
Then, you have to mail in the new absentee ballot before November 1st, or deliver it in person before November 8th.