A voter without one of many acceptable types of photograph identification can vote on a provisional ballot. He or she will have up to three days after the election to current applicable photograph identification on the county registrar’s office in order for the provisional ballot to be counted. If the elector fails to furnish the required image identification with signature as required, the elector shall be allowed to vote a provisional ballot. The canvassing board shall decide the validity of the ballot by figuring out whether or not the elector is entitled to vote at the precinct where the ballot was solid and that the elector had not already forged a ballot within the election.
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