With Election Day two weeks away and voting in full swing, NPR answers listener questions about voting do’s and don’ts this year.
AUDIE CORNISH, HOST:
We asked for, and you sent in, lots of questions about voting. What’s the best way to make sure a ballot is counted? Can someone else bring in your ballot? And does everything on a ballot need to be voted for? Well, besides the date – Nov. 3 – everything seems up in the air this year. So to help us cross our Ts and dot our Is on our voting to-do list, NPR’s Pam Fessler and Miles Parks join us to explain.
MILES PARKS, BYLINE: Hi there.
PAM FESSLER, BYLINE: Hi.
CORNISH: I want to start with a question from Betsy Alles of Frankfort, Mich.
BETSY ALLES: I received my absentee ballot but have changed my mind and would like to actually