I did not know this.
Apparently in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania, you can void an early voting ballot and enter a new vote. And Trump is trying to capitalize on that.
Voters in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota and Pennsylvania are allowed to void their early or absentee ballots and cast a new vote. While normally not an issue, that could end up playing a bigger role this year, with October surprises and each campaign fighting vigorously to disqualify the other.
Dan Scavino, who handles social media for Donald Trump, sent out a tweet on Tuesday telling early or absentee voters in the four states there was still time to switch if they regretted voting for Mrs. Clinton.
“Feeling duped?” he said in his invitation for do-overs.
The Washington Times article goes on to say that experts don’t think that there will be much to any early vote switching, But ZeroHedge has a graph of Google Trends showing skyrocketing interest in changing early voting ballots for the last 90 days,
which looks a lot like the Michael Mann’s (discredited) IPCC global warming Hockey Stick graph.
I wouldn’t make much of this, but it does seem to show that the Wikileaks leaks and Hillary/Huma/Weiner email investigation reopening are having an effect. What that is I guess we’ll see in 6 days. Unless we end up in another Bush-Gore situation – a situation for which which both Trump and Hillary are preparing.