November 7, 2017
Here is what you need to know:
How do I find my polling place?
If you have voted at your polling location before, you do not need to bring ID to vote. Only voters who are voting for the first time in their election district need to show ID. Acceptable ID includes both photo and non-photo ID.
Acceptable IDs for first-time voters:
Note: An ID without your photo must have your address on it.
The local officials at your poll should call the County Board of Elections to determine if you are registered. If you are, you should be able to vote normally.
If you are registered but in the wrong precinct, you should go to the correct precinct.
If you believe you were registered and omitted from the poll book, you may vote a provisional ballot.
A provisional ballot is a paper ballot which should be provided to voters who believe they are registered voters but whose names are not on the rolls, or first-time voters who do not provide ID at the polls on Election Day.
Yes, but only for certain reasons and by certain people. A poll worker, poll watcher, or other voter may only challenge a voter on the grounds that the voter does not live in the precinct or the voter is not the person the voter says he or she is.
The voter may still vote normally by signing a challenge affidavit and producing a witness to vouch for him or her (have a witness come to the polling location with you).
For Election Day issues contact the Election Protection hotline (866-OUR-VOTE).