Your right to vote is important. If you believe you are at your correct polling place, but there is a dispute regarding your voter registration, you may request a provisional ballot.
You have the right to request a provisional ballot:
- if you do not have a valid ID,
- if your name is not in the precinct registry, or
- if you believe your voting information is incorrect and affects your ability to receive certain ballots – for example, to vote in a party’s primary election.
To receive a provisional ballot, you will need to sign a Provisional Ballot Affidavit and the Provisional Ballot Roster.
After the election and before results are certified, the Secretary of the County Election Board will research your voter registration information. If your eligibility can be verified – your ballot will be counted.
If you have a disability and would like to vote using an audio-assisted ballot, please let a poll worker know and they will assist you. All voting devices, in every precinct, are equipped with an audio tactile interface (ATI) to provide disabled voters with the ability to cast their ballot privately and independently. Learn more.