With record numbers of area voters casting a ballot early, some have speculated that an October surprise or changing election momentum may lead some to change their minds. Wisconsin is one of seven states to allow that.
The process is known as spoiling your ballot. For an early voter to change their selection, it had to be done by Friday when absentee ballots were due. Egg Harbor Clerk Lynn Ohnesorge details how those are tracked.
Those who vote on election day proper also can spoil their ballot as long as they have not fed it through the machine to be counted. Wisconsin law allows for a voter to fill out up to three ballots, but no more.