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Voting in California will be different in November due to pandemic

In-person voting in California is back on -- with a few changes. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law a bill that allows counties to open voting centers for the Nov. 3 election with COVID-19 modifications. This follows an earlier law Newsom signed requiring every active registered voter to receive a mail-in ballot. Voting in person will be available from Oct. 31 to Election Day on Nov. 3. Ballot drop-off sites will still be available, and mail-in ballots will still be sent to every registered voter. Get the full story in the video above.

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