When voting in person, voters
are required to present a current and acceptable
photo and signature identification.
If the picture identification does not contain the
voter's signature, an additional identification with the voterís
signature is required.
If the voter fails to furnish the required
identification, he or she may vote a provisional ballot.
When someoneís eligibility to vote cannot be
confirmed, that person is entitled to a provisional ballot.
Most provisional ballots can be avoided by providing
proper ID when voting and by keeping voter registration information current.
For more information on Provisional Ballot
Voting, click here.
A voter may bring someone with them to assist with
voting or may request that two Election Officials provide the
Voters with special needs may request to use the ADA
compliant voting equipment that allows persons with special needs to
vote independently without assistance.
Methods of Voting