Tuesday, more than 100,000 Rhode Islanders will vote in the Democratic and Republican Primaries. For the first time, a photo ID will be required – although it is important to note that all voters – with ID or not – will be allowed to vote.
Confused? Don’t be. Voters who do not bring a Photo ID can still vote using a Provisional Ballot. The voter can then check the status of their provisional ballot and whether the Board of Canvassers approved or rejected his or her ballot here. The ballot should be counted if the signature he or she gives at the polling place matches the signature on the voter registration card.
Voters can also check their polling location and view a sample ballot here.