Where I voted (in Michigan) all I had to do was sign my name and print my address. No ID necessary. If what I placed on the sign-in card didn't match what was in the registration book then they would ask for ID to confirm.<br><br>No sig right now, waiting for the next Kerry flip-flop. .
that's true for you and me, but anyone who was registered without showing ID (e.g., those people who go around and register folks) will get challenged and asked for ID. if you registered when you got your DL then it's all good. i saw one challenge in the 2 hours i watched 2 precincts in grand rapids. first time voter with 2 digits transposed on his card. he voted provisionally and we had a ride waiting to take him to the clerks office to seal his vote, which he did. the guy who challenged was polite, but i thought it was pretty goofy to challenge this guy . . . his DL name matched his voter ID card. his b-day was supposed to be the 12th and it said the 21 instead. silly challenge, but it all worked out. <br><br><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
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