PROVISIONAL BALLOTS: Filling out a no-ID provisional envelope

Let’s continue the example with a voter with no acceptable ID.

  • Because this is a no-ID provisional situation, you will use the lime green envelope. 
  • The officer helping the provisional voter completes 3 fields: the precinct number and name in the top right, their signature, and today’s date towards the bottom.
  • The voter completes all other fields, including their name, address, and date of birth. And don’t forget the most important thing - check to make sure the voter signed the envelope!

Do not mark or write anything on the back of the no-ID provisional envelope. That is for the Electoral Board.