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Election Division > Help America Vote Act > Voting Systems in Indiana > Poll Worker Training Materials > Online Poll Worker Training: Chapter Five Online Poll Worker Training: Chapter Five

Chapter Five: Additional Documentation Requirements

1. How can a poll worker know that a particular voter is required to provide additional documentation to verify their address?

            a. The poll worker must rely on the voter to notify them of this requirement

            b. The information will be marked in the poll book

            c. The poll worker must call the Secretary of State’s office

d. The poll worker must ask each voter whether or not they are required to provide additional documentation

 

2. Who is exempt from the additional documentation requirement?

a. Voters over the age of 65 and voters who can prove they don’t have additional documentation

b. Voters who know the poll worker on staff personally and voters who use a US passport to vote

c. Military and overseas voters and voters who present documents at the time of registration

d. Voters without a driver’s license and voters with US passports

 

3. What kinds of documents meet the additional documentation requirement?

a. An Indiana Driver’s License or an Indiana State Identification Card, a current utility bill, a current bank statement, a government check, a paycheck, or other government documents with the voter’s current name and address

b. Only Indiana Driver’s Licenses and Indiana State Identification Cards will meet the additional documentation requirement

c. Documents with name and a previous address will suffice

d. Documents with name and a previous address will suffice if the poll worker knows where the voter currently lives

 

4. What should a poll worker do with additional documentation?

            a. Keep the documentation in the poll book

b. Make a copy of the documentation for record keeping and return the original to the voter

            c. Only match the name on the documentation with the name in the poll book

d. Match the name and address on the documentation to the name and address in the poll book, mark in the poll book the code.

 

5. What should a poll worker do if the documentation a voter presents does not meet the requirements or if a voter forgets to bring additional documentation?

            a. Turn the voter away without any instruction

b. Allow the voter to leave the polls and return with the correct documentation

            c. Allow the voter to cast a provisional ballot

            d. Either b or c

 

6. What should a poll worker do if a voter who must provide additional documentation signs the poll book by mistake without having the required additional documentation?

            a. White out the signature in the poll book and instruct the voter to return later

            b. Cross out the signature and ask the voter to leave

            c. Allow the voter to cast a provisional ballot

            d. Allow the voter to cast a ballot

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