Michigan voters will head to the polls on March 10th, but if you voted early with an absentee ballot, the field has changed quite a bit.

If you are one of the thousands of Michigan voters that have already put your vote in, you might be having second thoughts. With four candidates dropping out in the last week, odds are good your candidate might not even be running anymore. Don't worry, it's not too late to change your vote.

The process is actually pretty simple. Just head to your local clerk's office anytime before 4pm on Monday, March 9th. You can request a new ballot, fill out a form, and leave it with the clerk.

The best resource for voter information in Michigan is the Michigan Voter Information Center.

According to the Free Press, nearly 800,000 people in Michigan requested absentee ballots, and almost 4,000 of them have already been returned.