With so many presidential candidates dropping off the ballot on the Democratic side, maybe you already voted absentee, and think your vote was wasted. Or, maybe, you simply listened to the remaining candidates and changed your mind. All is not lost (or wasted)

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson released a video on Friday reminding (and instructing) voters of the process to spoil and recast ballots "if they’d like to change their vote for whatever reason."

(Michigan Secretary of State via YouTube)

For voters who have already submitted a ballot by mail, they must visit their local clerks by 4 p.m. Monday, March 9, to spoil the original ballot and cast a new one. Voters who have already mailed their ballots cannot change their vote at the polls or at their clerk’s office on Election Day. -Michigan Secretary of State's office release

Voters who still have their ballot can also bring the ballot to their polling location on Election Day and surrender it to poll workers to receive a new ballot, allowing them to vote in person.

Voters with questions can contact the Nonpartisan Voter Protection Hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE.