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Question 1: Who is required to show identification to vote?


A - Voters who are voting for the first time in the precinct.

B - Voters whose names are hard to pronounce.

C - Voters who you do not know personally.

D - All of the above.


Question 1: If a voter tells you that they need help to vote, but the poll book does not say that they require assistance, what should you do?


Question 1: True or False?


People who are voting in the first time in your precinct must show photo ID.

Question 1: Which of these is a valid reason for voting a provisional ballot?


A - The voter requested an absentee or mail-in ballot but did not return their voted ballot.

B - Someone challenges a voter’s eligibility to vote, and the voter does not produce a witness to affirm their eligibility.

C - The voter is voting for the first time in your precinct, and they do not have an approved form of identification.

D - All of the above.


Question 1: If someone needs help understanding the ballot because they don’t speak English very well, can someone else help them vote?

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Question 2: True or False?


Voters who turned in a voted absentee or mail-in ballot to the county are still allowed to vote a regular ballot on election day.



Question 2: Do voters with disabilities have to vote independently?



Question 2: What kinds of photo identification can a first-time voter present?


A -Student ID

B -Employee ID

C -ID Issued by any Commonwealth agency

D - All of the above

Question 2: What should I do if a voter objects to voting by provisional ballot?

Question 2: Which of these is NOT an effective way to communicate with voters who are limited English proficient?


A -Speak clearly and be respectful.

B -Be attentive and patient.

C -Speak very loudly.

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Question 3: True or False?


Only registered Democrats and Republicans are allowed to vote for candidates in primary contests.



Question 3: Can voters bring their own devices to help them vote?


Question 3: What kinds of non-photo identification can a first-time voter present?


A -Firearm permit

B -Current utility bill

C -Voter registration card issued by the County Registration Office

D - All of the above

Question 3: What three people must sign the provisional ballot envelope?

Question 3: What should you do if a voter says they need help voting, but the poll book does not say that they require assistance to vote?


Question 4: If you find out that a voter is registered, but showed up at the wrong precinct, what two options do they have?


A - Go to the correct precinct to vote

B - Vote at that precinct

C - Vote a provisional ballot

D - Vote an absentee ballot


Question 4: My county uses hand marked paper ballots. Do we have to provide accessible voting equipment?


Question 4: True or False?


A paycheck is an acceptable form of non-photo ID for a first-time voter to present.


Question 4: How will a voter know if their provisional ballot is counted?


Question 4: What should you do if a voter says they need help voting, but the poll book does not say that they require assistance to vote?

Question 5: True or False?


If a voter requested an absentee or mail-in ballot, it will say so in the poll book.



Question 5: Which of the following are good tips for interacting with voters with disabilities?


A - Speak directly to the voter, even when someone is there to assist them.

B - Be attentive, patient and allow the voter to complete their thoughts or actions.

C - Do not automatically assist unless the voter clearly needs help or has asked for assistance.

D - All of the above.


Question 5: Who might be voting for the first time in your precinct?


A -18-year-olds

B -Naturalized citizens

C -Voters who moved

D - All of the above

Question 5: True or False?


The voter scans their voted provisional ballot using the scanner when they are done voting.


Question 5: If you are a bilingual poll worker, what should you do to prepare?