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Connecticut voters who may not be happy with how they cast their absentee ballot have until 10 a.m. on Nov. 8 to get a do-over.

Maybe the FBI probe of Hillary Clinton’s emails, or coverage tying Donald Trump to Russia changed your mind about your vote and suddenly your business trip was canceled. Well, in Connecticut you get a second bite of the apple.

A voter who already cast an absentee ballot can go down to their town hall and request that the ballot be withdrawn. Once the ballot is withdrawn and voided they can go vote again, this time in person at their polling place on Election Day.

But they only have until 10 a.m. on Election Day to withdraw their absentee ballot.

Voters cannot request a second absentee ballot to recast their vote.