NON-ROUTINE VOTERS, PART 2: What if...voter is already checked in?
What should you do if a voter is already listed in the pollbook as having voted earlier in the day?
- This may have happened if one of your officers checked in someone manually with the wrong name. For example, Bob Voter, Jr. arrived to vote, but was checked-in as Bob Voter.
- Unless both voters are present, do NOT edit the previous check-in.
- Instead, offer the voter a provisional ballot.
The Electoral Board will review the situation and determine if the ballot should be counted.