Provisional Voting

What is Provisional Voting?

Your eligibility to vote has been questioned on Election Day. You will be voting a Provisional Ballot. Your ballot will be processed and counted if you are found eligible to vote.

Why am I voting a Provisional Ballot?

  • If your name does not appear on the Pollbook and you have refused an opportunity to register at the polling place or another registration site; 
  • Your name does not appear on the Pollbook and you do not have the proper identification to register to vote;
  • Your right to vote has been challenged;
  • Your registered by mail, did not provide ID and do not have ID with you at the time of voting;
  • The Pollbook states you have already voted in this election but you claim you have not;
  • You received a vote by mail ballot but did not return it; or
  • Voting hours have been extended after 7:00 p.m. by court order.
     

What can I do after I vote to ensure my vote is counted?

  • If you did not bring any identification you can bring that to the Election Office by the Tuesday following the Election.
  • If you have proof of registration you can bring that to the Election Office by the Tuesday following the Election. 

How do I know if my vote counted?

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