Pennsylvania State election officials say, as of Tuesday night, about 65 percent of mail-in-ballots have been returned. Pennsylvania Secretary of State Leigh Chapman wants voters to turn in their ballots as soon as possible. She also says if you lose or misplace your mail-in-ballot, you can vote by provisional ballot. Additionally, you can also vote in person at a polling place, even if you requested a mail-in ballot. But Chapman says you must bring the mail-in-ballot and declaration envelope with you to do that.