Utah Inundated With Calls from Early Voters Asking for a “Redo” After Dems Drop Out

Monday evening, former 2020 candidates Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar threw their support behind former Vice President Joe Biden.


Now, Utah State officials are reporting that they are being inundated with early voters who are asking if they can redo their vote.

Unfortunately for all of them asking, they can’t.

Fox News reports Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen told Fox News that the county has received “hundreds” of calls, adding that it has been “nonstop” with early voters asking what happens to their ballot if they voted for Klobuchar or Buttiegieg who have since dropped out of the race.

“I mean it’s just sad because so many calls, so many emails – ‘can I have another chance to vote again?’” Swensen told Fox News.

Unfortunately, there are no redos for those who cast their vote early and their ballot will be tabulated on election night just like everyone else’s. As of Monday, roughly 140,000 early ballots had been returned, according to the Salt Lake County Clerk’s office.