[Ed. – Not the way it works, folks.]
Democratic party and state officials in Colorado and Utah say early voters have inundated them with requests to recast their ballots because they voted before two major Democratic presidential candidates withdrew from the race, according to a report.
“When Pete Buttigieg dropped out we had a lot of voters who wanted to know if they could vote over, and later on Amy Klobuchar dropped out,” Salt Late County Clerk Sherrie Swensen told Fox News, “But we were already answering phone calls, emails from voters who wanted to know because they had submitted their vote by mail ballot or voted early if they could have a chance to vote over.”
The Utah official told the network that the county had received “hundreds” of calls from early voters who wanted to know what would happen to their ballot if they voted for Buttigieg or Klobuchar before either suspended their campaigns.