Here’s how it works

2011-05-18 00:00

IF you feel flustered and overwhelmed by the idea of voting in today’s local government elections, don’t worry — here are a few tips to make the process easier.

When you walk through the door, an elections official will scan your ID with a scanner. The official will give you a slip with your number on the voters’ roll. This slip must be given to the voters’ roll officer who will cross your name off the voters’ roll. He or she will also check the photo in your ID book.

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