Tuesday, October 26, 2004

If you vote with a provisional ballot

If, on election day, you end up voting with a provisional ballot because your polling place does not show you as being registered to vote, you have the right to learn whether your ballot was counted. Each state must set up an easy way for you to check, like a toll-free phone number or a Web site. If your vote was not counted, the state must tell you why it wasn’t.