You won't need your Voter Registration Card when you head out to the polls, as long as you go to the correct place. Your name will be listed at your polling location and that will give you the green light to move ahead. However, you do need ID. Voters will be asked to present acceptable identification in order to vote. If you don't have a photo ID, you can still vote, however you have to sign an affidavit stating that you are not in possession of photo ID.
Acceptable forms of photo ID are:
Michigan driver's license or state-issued ID card
Driver's license or personal identification card issued by another state
Federal or state Government-issued photo ID
Military ID with photo
Student ID with photo from high school or institution of higher learning
Tribal identification with photo
Lastly, you can not bring a camera into the polling location. This includes still cameras or other recording features built into mobile phones. The ban on cameras applies to all voters, poll watchers and election workers.
A reminder, this primary is the first step in making a decision for the state's next Governor, races for U.S. Congress and Senate and ballot proposals and legislation.
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