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USA.Gov - In most U.S. elections, an individual either needs to vote in-person at an official polling place or by casting an absentee ballot, which at this time, may no longer be accessible. Once a polling place has been found in an individual's respective state, it's important to bring a form of government ID and/or a voter registration card. And just like that, another vote has been casted!
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