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Must a voter show a proof of identity to a poll worker to vote a regular ballot?
Yes. All voters must bring acceptable identification to the polls in order to verify their identity. Acceptable identification includes a current and valid photo identification; military identification; or a copy of a current (withtin the last 12 months) utility bill (including cell phone bill), bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document, other than a voter registration acknowledgement notification mailed by the board of elections, that shows the voter's name and current address.

Board of Elections- Poll Workers

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1. Must a voter show a proof of identity to a poll worker to vote a regular ballot?
2. Are passports an acceptable form of voter identification?
3. How long does a poll worker work on Election Day?
4. How is the presiding judge chosen for a precinct?
5. May a voter receive assistance in voting?
6. What address may a voter list as their residence address?
7. What is a provisional ballot?
8. Who brings the ballots back to the Board of Elections on Election Night?
9. If a voter arrives at 7:30 PM, can they still vote?
10. Is there a time limit for voters to vote?
11. What does a poll worker do if they are asked about a write-in?
12. What should a poll worker do if a voter enters the precinct with campaign materials?
13. What do you do if a voter brings their absentee ballot to you and tries to turn it in as the voting precinct?
14. Can the Secretary of State's prescribed form, Identification Envelope Provisional Ballot Affirmation Statement be used to register a voter?
15. If a voter is voting provisionally, do they actually have to show the Precinct Election Official their identification?
16. What should a poll worker say if a voter asks a specific question about a candidate or issue?
17. Can a poll worker refuse a drunken or irate voter?
18. Should I absentee vote if I am a poll worker?
19. May a 17-year-old ever vote in an election?