(1)(a) Before an elector is permitted to receive a ballot or vote, the elector shall
present to an election judge a current photo identification showing the elector's
name. If the elector does not present photo identification, including but not limited
to a valid driver's license, a school district or postsecondary education photo identification,
or a tribal photo identification, the elector shall present a current utility bill,
bank statement, paycheck, notice of confirmation of voter registration issued pursuant
to 13-2-207, government check, or other government document that shows the elector's name and
(b) An elector who provides the information listed in subsection (1)(a) may sign the
precinct register and must be provided with a regular ballot to vote.
(c) If the information provided in subsection (1)(a) differs from information in the
precinct register but an election judge determines that the information provided is
sufficient to verify the voter's identity and eligibility to vote pursuant to 13-2-512, the elector may sign the precinct register, complete a new registration form to
correct the elector's voter registration information, and vote.
(d) An election judge shall write “registration form” beside the name of any elector
submitting a form.
(2) If the information presented under subsection (1) is insufficient to verify the
elector's identity and eligibility to vote or if the elector's name does not appear
in the precinct register or appears in the register as provisionally registered and
this provisional registration status cannot be resolved at the polling place, the
elector may sign the precinct register and cast a provisional ballot as provided in
(3) If the elector fails or refuses to sign the elector's name or if the elector is
disabled and a fingerprint, an identifying mark, or a signature by a person authorized
to sign for the elector pursuant to 13-1-116 is not provided, the elector may cast a provisional ballot as provided in 13-13-601.
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