Yes, if you meet the requirements for receiving an absentee ballot, in that you are unable to vote on Election Day for a specified reason, such as absence from your city or town on Election Day, physical disability, and/or religious beliefs. You can request an absentee ballot by submitting an application for an absentee ballot or a written request to your local election office.
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