Sickened By The Biden Email Scandal? Here’s How To Change Your Early Vote

( Following the recent release of emails from a laptop abandoned by Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, Google saw a spike in people searching the words, “Can I change my vote?”

The email scandal, which has been covered up by social media and left-wing news outlets, shows how Hunter Biden discussed business deals in Ukraine and China while his father was vice president, and made cryptic references to paying a percentage of the earnings to “the big guy.”

After left-wing media pundits claimed that the emails were not real, a series of sex tapes from the hard drive was released by an anti-CCP Chinese news website, suggesting otherwise. Not only that, but a former business associate of Hunter Biden, Tony Bobulinski, came forward recently to confirm the authenticity of the emails. Bobulinski gave a press conference an hour before the second and final presidential debate in which he also said that Joe Biden had intimate knowledge of the business deals that were being made off the back of Biden’s influence and power as the sitting vice president of the United States.

Citing the news that people appeared to be wondering if they could change their vote after learning of the scandal, President Trump told his Twitter followers that yes, you can change your vote.

“The answer in most states is YES,” the president said. “Go do it.”

The president was right, for the most part. While it is not actually possible to change your vote in most states, you can change your vote in certain states.

According to a CNN report, states that allow people to change their early votes include Mississippi, Connecticut, New York, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania. Many of those states happen to be battleground states – so if you voted Democrat but want to change your vote in any of these states, you can do.

The list, however, is not exhaustive. Breitbart notes how Washington also allows you to change your vote right up to election day.

The process of changing your vote varies depending on the state, but it should always start with contacting your town or city’s clerk’s office. Deadlines vary, but the clerk’s office will inform you of the process.

But with only a week left to go…you don’t have much time!