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Your choices will shape our global future. Do not allow others to limit or otherwise force that decision upon you. Speak up. Stand out. Use your voice.
usa.gov provides the following guidance on write-in candidates:
Besides the names on your ballot, you may be able to write in names of other candidates. Most states let you write in votes for president, U.S. senator, and U.S. representative. They may also allow write-in votes for governor and other state offices.
Check with your state election office to find out the rules for your state. If you check using your state’s election website, enter “write-in candidates” in the search bar.usa.gov
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