provisional ballots

Try to cast a regular ballot, rather than a provisional one, when voting this fall.
Punishing voters for understandable errors undermines the most basic right in our democracy, while the solution poses no risk to electoral integrity. Numerous states already preserve votes on out-of-precinct provisional ballots, and that should be the rule in Arizona as well.
With many ballots yet to be counted, Quinn trails by around 165,000 votes out of perhaps 4 million cast. That vote total, is an educated guess, by me, because no one really knows yet.
Recently, the Senate Rules and Administration Committee, chaired by Senator Chuck Schumer, approved the Elections Preparedness Requires Early Planning , which would require each state to develop contingency plans to address emergencies or natural disasters that threaten to disrupt the administration of federal elections.
In the 2012 general election, Democrats tend to vote early in-person and by provisional ballots, while Republicans tend to favor mail balloting, with Election Day voters usually falling in-between.
State Rep. Dennis Baxley (R-Ocala) is no stranger to controversy. He is the father of Florida's Stand Your Ground law, which
Democrats claim this mostly affects their supporters "who are more likely to be renters and move a lot like blacks and students
One of the leading fixes Perez is suggesting is changing regulations to make it easier to cast and record provisional ballots
Lehman did not return messages left for comment at her Wichita office. Lehman, an appointee of Secretary of State Kris Kobach