What is early voting?

This law allows any person to vote early during the 15th through the 3rd day preceding an election. Any voter may cast a ballot during this 13-day period, needs no excuse or reason, but must show a valid government ID, unlike the requirements for absentee voting. The law prohibits a person who voted during the early voting period from voting again on election day, and a list of all early voters will be provided to the judges of election prior to the opening of the polls.

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1. Can I receive help in voting my ballot?
2. How do I vote?
3. May I vote for a write-in candidate?
4. My next door neighbor's ballot is different than mine, why?
5. What if I can't make it to my vote center?
6. What if I make a mistake on my ballot?
7. What is early voting?
8. What is grace period voting?
9. What is absentee voting?
10. When is a person allowed to vote absentee?