Every person who comes into a polling place has the right to cast a ballot and cannot be turned away.
In certain situations however, a voter may be required to vote a provisional ballot.
A provisional ballot is a ballot that will only be counted if the County Recorder can determine the voter's eligibility.
If you cast a provisional ballot, your ballot will be counted ONCE IT HAS BEEN VERIFIED that you have:
1. Voted at the correct polling place,
2. Provided the required identification documents, and
3. Are registered to vote in the county in which you voted.
After the election you can check the status of your provisional ballot by visiting MOBILE VoterView