What is grace period voting?

Voter Registration closes 28 days prior to election day but with new legislation there is now “Grace Period” Registration/Voting.  This option extends registration from the 27th through the 3rd day before the election.  This “Grace Period” allows a new voter to register to vote, or to update their registration information during this 25-day period at the County Clerk’s Office only and once the voter has registered or updated their registration they must cast their ballot at that time.  “Grace Period” Persons voting early do not get to cancel their ballot and vote at the polls on election day.

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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?