I’m impressed! Seven U.S. states announce they will allow voters to change their cast ballots

The countdown to the U.S. presidential election is on and 70 million Americans have already finished voting, already setting a new record for early voting. But because of the Biden son scandal and Biden’s wavering position on oil exploration, many are asking on Google if they can vote for someone else. As a result, states such as Arkansas, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, Delaware, New Hampshire, and Connecticut allow voters to change after casting their ballots. The point is that each state still has different rules on the timing of recantation. Presumably some states in the U.S. feel that the U.S. election isn’t messy enough, so they are ready to add to the chaos.